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1How to Meet Energy Code Requirements using ZIP System SheathingIECC, R-value, U-factor, Energy, conservation, ASHRAE, R-Sheathing, Insulation, climate
ZIP System Sheathing and ZIP System R-Sheathing comply with the 2009 and 2012 IECC and can be used to meet tthe 2009 and 2012 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC). There are two methods that can be used to meet energy code requirements, the prescriptive R-value method or the U-factor alternative method.
2Rainscreen Systems with ZIP System Sheathing
A rainscreen is a moisture management system that allows for drainage and drying between two exterior wall system components. This technical tip further defines rainscreen systems and whether or not they are compatible with ZIP System Sheathing.
3ZIP System R-Sheathing in Seismic Controlled Regionsseismic, evaluation report
4What is ZIP System R-Sheathing?
This document explains what ZIP System R-Sheathing is, what it does and what codes and standards it complies with. This is a good summary document for architects, engineers, code-officials or anyone else that is not familiar with ZIP System R-Sheathing.
5ZIP System R-Sheathing in Type V Construction5, const, ZIP System R-Sheathing
This technical document details the guidelines and limitations of ZIP System R-sheathing when used in Type V construction.Topics include fire protection options, acceptable wall coverings and panel fastening requirements.
6ZIP System R-Sheathing Panel Orientation
ZIP System R-sheathing panels are manufactured with a 1/6"-1/8" polyisocyanurate foam overhang on two of its four panel edges. This document discusses the proper panel orientation when installing ZIP System R-sheathing panels.
7What is ZIP System Sheathing?what is zip, drainage
This document explains what ZIP System Sheathing is, what it does and what codes and standards it complies with. This is a good summary document for architects, engineers, code-officials or anyone else that is not familiar with ZIP System Sheathing.
8Rough Dry-In Defined
This Technical Tip is intended to clarify what is meant by the term “Rough Dry-In” when used in ZIP System product literature.
9Maximum Panel Edge Spacing for ZIP System Sheathingspace, gap, gaping, maximum, large, largest
11ZIP System Sheathing - FormaldehydeFormaldehyde , carb, California air resource board
This Technical Tip addresses concerns regarding the use of formaldehyde in the ZIP System panel manufacturing process. Learn about the adhesives used to create ZIP System® sheathing and how they are controlled.
12TT - ZIP System R-sheathing over Concrete and Masonry Walls
This tip explains some of the common details of ZIP System R-sheathing applicaitons to concrete, masonry, and CMU walls