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Testing Rainscreens to AAMA 508 & AAMA 509 - Recorded Webinar


Description

The rain screen design principle relies on the cladding panel to resist wind loads, protect the wall system from UV exposure, limit water intrusion into the wall system and allow trapped moisture to escape to the exterior of the wall system. The purpose of this free 60-minute recorded webinar is to educate manufacturers, architects/ specifiers, as well AHJ’s and the building inspection community, about the differences between rainscreen systems, and how they are tested within a laboratory environment

 

 

Objectives

  • Understand the differences between the two standards
  • Provide main attributes of testing to AAMA 508 and AAMA 509
  • Discuss the test specimen setup and pass/fail criteria as required by the standards
  • Provide examples regarding lab testing

Presenter Biography

Dave Stammen Dave Stammen is the Principal Engineer for the Building Science Group at UL LLC. He is a graduate of Wright State University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Master of Business Administration. He has over 25 years of experience designing, testing, and researching exterior Building Envelope products, specific within the Fenestration Industry. Dave is also active with the development of building codes and test standards within the building envelope community, and is a member of the American Architectural Manufacturers Association, National Fenestration Rating Council, and American Society of Testing and Materials. Dave's primary focus for UL covers the technical matters for building envelope performance testing for products such as fenestration (windows and doors), tornado and hurricane shelter components, curtain walls, air barriers, and other exterior Building Envelope products and materials.

Target Audience

This course is applicable to multiple roles and levels in an organization including, but not limited to:

  • Architects
  • Building inspector (AHJ)
  • Engineers
  • Manufacturers    
  • Specifiers

AIA Procedure

In order to receive AIA learning unit, the accompanying quiz must be completed. After the quiz is scored 80% or higher, 1 HSW LU will be credited to your AIA Membership account if that membership number is provided to us. For self-reporting purposes, you can print a Certificate of Completion from your Learning History

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Time Requirement

Cost

Web-Based 90 minutes Free
 









 
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