This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section


Download 43.42 Kb.
NameThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section
A typeDocumentation
manual-guide.com > manual > Documentation

Copyright 2014 AIA MasterSpec Premium 06/14

PRODUCT MASTERSPEC LICENSED BY ARCOM TO BEHR PROCESS CORPORATION.


This Product MasterSpec Section is licensed by ARCOM to Behr Process Corporation ("Licensee").

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section.

Revisions made to the original MasterSpec text are made solely by the Licensee and are not endorsed by, or representative of the opinions of, ARCOM or The American Institute of Architects (AIA). Neither AIA nor ARCOM are liable in any way for such revisions or for the use of this Product MasterSpec Section by any end user. A qualified design professional should review and edit the document to suit project requirements.

For more information, contact Behr Process Corporation, 3400 W. Segerstrom Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92704; Phone: (714) 545-7101, Ext 2458; Website: <Insert Address>; Email: architectinfo@behr.com.

For information about MasterSpec contact ARCOM at (800) 424-5080 or visit www.MasterSpec.com.

Copyright 2014 by The American Institute of Architects (AIA)

Exclusively published and distributed by Architectural Computer Services, Inc. (ARCOM) for the AIA

SECTION 099300 - STAINING AND TRANSPARENT FINISHING

TIPS:

To view non-printing Editor's Notes that provide guidance for editing, click on Masterworks/Single File Formatting/Toggle/Editor's Notes.

To read detailed research, technical information about products and materials, and coordination checklists, click on Masterworks/Supporting Information.

Revise this Section by deleting and inserting text to meet Project-specific requirements.

This Section uses the term "Architect." Change this term to match that used to identify the design professional as defined in the General and Supplementary Conditions.

Verify that Section titles referenced in this Section are correct for this Project's Specifications; Section titles may have changed.

PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1RELATED DOCUMENTS

Retain or delete this article in all Sections of Project Manual.

A.Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions and Division 01 Specification Sections, apply to this Section.

1.2SUMMARY

If this Section specifies only stains or transparent finishes, revise Section title to accurately reflect its content.

A.Section includes surface preparation and application of wood stains and transparent finishes[.][ on the following substrates:]

Revise lists below to suit Project.

1.Exterior Substrates:

a.Exposed framing.

b.Dressed lumber (finish carpentry or woodwork).

c.Wood-based panel products.

d.Wood decks and stairs.

e.Wood shingles and shakes (excluding roofs).

2.Interior Substrates:

a.Exposed glued-laminated beams and columns.

B.Related Requirements:

Retain subparagraphs below to cross-reference requirements Contractor might expect to find in this Section but are specified in other Sections.

1.Section 099123 "Interior Painting" for stains and transparent finishes on concrete floors.

2.Section 099600 "High-Performance Coatings" for transparent high-performance coatings on concrete floors and clay masonry.

1.3DEFINITIONS

Retain this Article if materials are specified by manufacturers' trade names rather than by MPI paint numbers. Definitions of MPI Gloss Levels below are from "MPI Architectural Painting Specification Manual" (hereafter, "MPI Manual").

Retain terms that remain after this Section has been edited for a project.

A.MPI Gloss Level 1: Not more than 5 units at 60 degrees and 10 units at 85 degrees, according to ASTM D 523.

B.MPI Gloss Level 4: 20 to 35 units at 60 degrees and not less than 35 units at 85 degrees, according to ASTM D 523.

C.MPI Gloss Level 5: 35 to 70 units at 60 degrees, according to ASTM D 523.

D.MPI Gloss Level 6: 70 to 85 units at 60 degrees, according to ASTM D 523.

E.MPI Gloss Level 7: More than 85 units at 60 degrees, according to ASTM D 523.

1.4ACTION SUBMITTALS

A.Product Data: For each type of product. Include preparation requirements and application instructions.

See "Writing Guide" Article in the Evaluations for discussion of first subparagraph below.

1.Include printout of current "MPI Approved Products List" for each product category specified, with the proposed product highlighted.

2.Indicate VOC content.

B.Sustainable Design Submittals:

"Product Data" Subparagraph below applies to LEED 2009 NC, CI, and CS; ASHRAE 189.1; and Green Globes. Coordinate with requirements for paints and coatings.

1.Product Data: For paints and coatings, indicating VOC content.

"Laboratory Test Reports" Subparagraph below applies to LEED 2009 for Schools, ASHRAE 189.1, and Green Globes. Coordinate with requirements for paints and coatings.

2.Laboratory Test Reports: For paints and coatings, indicating compliance with requirements for low-emitting materials.

C.Samples for Initial Selection: For each type of product.

Delete "Samples for Initial Selection" Paragraph above if colors and other characteristics are preselected and specified or scheduled. Retain "Samples for Verification" Paragraph below with or without paragraph above.

D.Samples for Verification: For each type of finish system and in each color and gloss of finish required.

1.Submit Samples on representative samples of actual wood substrates, [8 inches (200 mm) square] [or] [8 inches (200 mm) long].

2.Apply coats on Samples in steps to show each coat required for system.

3.Label each coat of each Sample.

4.Label each Sample for location and application area.

E.Product List: Cross-reference to finish system and locations of application areas. Use same designations indicated on Drawings and in schedules. Include color designations.

1.5MAINTENANCE MATERIAL SUBMITTALS

A.Furnish extra materials[, from the same product run,] that match products installed and that are packaged with protective covering for storage and identified with labels describing contents.

Retain "Stains and Transparent Finishes" Subparagraph below for projects that require only limited quantities of extra materials. If necessary, replace percentage with a specific number of gallons (liters) or cases and include an expanded description of the quantity of each material and color.

1.Stains and Transparent Finishes: [5] <Insert number> percent, but not less than [1 gal. (3.8 L)] <Insert number> of each material and color applied.

1.6QUALITY ASSURANCE

A.Mockups: Apply mockups of each finish system indicated and each color selected to verify preliminary selections made under Sample submittals, to demonstrate aesthetic effects, and to set quality standards for materials and execution.

1.Architect will select one surface to represent surfaces and conditions for application of each type of finish system and substrate.

a.Vertical and Horizontal Surfaces: Provide samples of at least 100 sq. ft. (9 sq. m).

b.Other Items: Architect will designate items or areas required.

2.Final approval of stain color selections will be based on mockups.

a.If preliminary stain color selections are not approved, apply additional mockups of additional stain colors selected by Architect at no added cost to Owner.

1.7DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

A.Store materials not in use in tightly covered containers in well-ventilated areas with ambient temperatures continuously maintained at not less than 45 deg F (7 deg C).

1.Maintain containers in clean condition, free of foreign materials and residue.

2.Remove rags and waste from storage areas daily.

If necessary, insert special requirements for fire protection, heating, ventilation, and other conditions for storage areas on-site.

1.8FIELD CONDITIONS

A.Apply finishes only when temperature of surfaces to be finished and ambient air temperatures are between 50 and 95 deg F (10 and 35 deg C).

B.Do not apply finishes when relative humidity exceeds 85 percent, at temperatures less than 5 deg F (3 deg C) above the dew point, or to damp or wet surfaces.

C.Do not apply exterior finishes in snow, rain, fog, or mist.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS

Manufacturers and products listed in SpecAgent and Masterworks Paragraph Builder are neither recommended nor endorsed by the AIA or ARCOM. Before inserting names, verify that products listed there comply with requirements retained or revised in descriptions and are both available and suitable for the intended applications. For definitions of terms and requirements for Contractor's product selection, see Section 016000 "Product Requirements."

2.1MANUFACTURERS

A.Basis-of-Design Product: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide Behr Process Corporation; <product name or designation> or a comparable product by one of the following:

1.Benjamin Moore & Co.

2.Dunn-Edwards Corporation.

3.Frazee Paint; Comex Group.

4.Glidden Professional.

5.PPG Architectural Finishes, Inc.

6.Sherwin-Williams Company (The).

7.<Insert manufacturer's name>.

See lists of products currently approved by MPI in its "MPI Approved Products List," www.paintinfo.com. See "Writing Guide" Article in the Evaluations for further discussion. Retain "Products" Paragraph below and insert lists of manufacturers and products in wood finish systems schedules to require specific products or a comparable product from other manufacturers.

B.Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, [provide product] [provide one of the products] [available products that may be incorporated into the Work include, but are not limited to products] listed in wood finish systems schedules for the product category indicated.

2.2MATERIALS, GENERAL

A.MPI Standards: Products shall comply with MPI standards indicated and shall be listed in its "MPI Approved Products List."

B.Material Compatibility:

Systems could fail if materials used for individual coats are incompatible. MPI's finish systems take product compatibility into consideration.

1.Materials for use within each paint system shall be compatible with one another and substrates indicated, under conditions of service and application as demonstrated by manufacturer, based on testing and field experience.

2.For each coat in a paint system, products shall be recommended in writing by manufacturers of topcoat for use in paint system and on substrate indicated.

"VOC Content" Paragraph below applies to LEED 2009 NC, CI, and CS Credit IEQ 4.2.

C.VOC Content: For field applications that are inside the weatherproofing system, paints and coatings shall comply with VOC content limits of authorities having jurisdiction and the following VOC content limits:

Categories in subparagraphs below are taken from LEED rating systems and the standards referenced by them; if clarification is required, see those documents or the reference guides.

1.Clear Wood Finishes, Varnishes: 350 g/L.

2.Clear Wood Finishes, Lacquers: 550 g/L.

3.Shellacs, Clear: 730 g/L.

4.Stains: 250 g/L.

"Low-Emitting Materials" Paragraph below applies to LEED 2009 for Schools.

D.Low-Emitting Materials: Interior paints and coatings shall comply with the testing and product requirements of the California Department of Public Health's "Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions from Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers."

E.Stain Colors: [As selected by Architect from manufacturer's full range] [Match Architect's samples] [As indicated in a color schedule] .

2.3SOURCE QUALITY CONTROL

Retain this article for large projects or critical coatings where additional control is desired. Delete if tests are not required.

A.Testing of Materials: Owner reserves the right to invoke the following procedure:

1.Owner will engage the services of a qualified testing agency to sample wood finishing materials. Contractor will be notified in advance and may be present when samples are taken. If materials have already been delivered to Project site, samples may be taken at Project site. Samples will be identified, sealed, and certified by testing agency.

2.Testing agency will perform tests for compliance with product requirements.

3.Owner may direct Contractor to stop applying wood finishes if test results show materials being used do not comply with product requirements. Contractor shall remove noncomplying materials from Project site, pay for testing, and refinish surfaces finished with rejected materials. Contractor will be required to remove rejected materials from previously finished surfaces before refinishing with complying materials if the two finishes are incompatible or produce results that, in the opinion of the Architect, are aesthetically unacceptable.

PART 3 - EXECUTION

3.1EXAMINATION

A.Examine substrates and conditions, with Applicator present, for compliance with requirements for maximum moisture content and other conditions affecting performance of the Work.

B.Maximum Moisture Content of Exterior Wood Substrates: 15 percent, when measured with an electronic moisture meter.

Coordinate requirement in "Maximum Moisture Content of Interior Wood Substrates" Paragraph below with Sections where wood substrates are specified. Maximum moisture content of interior wood substrates will depend on the type of wood substrates that are to be finished. Kiln-dried finish lumber is available with maximum moisture content of 15 percent for some species and 12 percent for others. Kiln-dried softwood moldings are generally limited to 15 percent moisture content and hardwood moldings to 9 percent. For woodwork, the Architectural Woodwork Institute recommends a maximum moisture content of 13 percent for damp coastal areas and 10 percent for the rest of the United States except for dry southwestern states, for which it recommends 9 percent.

C.Maximum Moisture Content of Interior Wood Substrates: [15] [13] [10] [9] percent, when measured with an electronic moisture meter.

D.Verify suitability of substrates, including surface conditions and compatibility with existing finishes and primers.

E.Proceed with finish application only after unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.

1.Beginning finish application constitutes Contractor's acceptance of substrates and conditions.

3.2PREPARATION

For renovation projects, consult "MPI Maintenance Repainting Manual" and revise first paragraph below and finish systems specified in the "Exterior Wood-Finish-System Schedule" and "Interior Wood-Finish-System Schedule" articles.

A.Comply with manufacturer's written instructions and recommendations in "MPI Architectural Painting Specification Manual" applicable to substrates indicated.

B.Remove hardware, covers, plates, and similar items already in place that are removable. If removal is impractical or impossible because of size or weight of item, provide surface-applied protection before surface preparation and finishing.

1.After completing finishing operations, use workers skilled in the trades involved to reinstall items that were removed. Remove surface-applied protection if any.

C.Clean and prepare surfaces to be finished according to manufacturer's written instructions for each substrate condition and as specified.

1.Remove dust, dirt, oil, and grease by washing with a detergent solution; rinse thoroughly with clean water and allow to dry. Remove grade stamps and pencil marks by sanding lightly. Remove loose wood fibers by brushing.

2.Remove mildew by scrubbing with a commercial wash formulated for mildew removal and as recommended by stain manufacturer.

D.Exterior Wood Substrates:

1.Scrape and clean knots, and apply coat of knot sealer before applying primer.

2.Prime edges, ends, faces, undersides, and backsides of wood.

a.For solid hide stained wood, stain edges and ends after priming.

b.For varnish-coated stained wood, stain edges and ends and prime with varnish. Prime undersides and backsides with varnish.

Avoid using steel nails under a stain because of rust. Revise subparagraph below if noncorrosive nails are specified in other Sections; delete if not required.

3.Countersink steel nails, if used, and fill with putty or plastic wood filler tinted to final color. Sand smooth when dried.

E.Interior Wood Substrates:

1.Scrape and clean knots, and apply coat of knot sealer before applying primer.

2.Apply wood filler paste to open-grain woods, as defined in "MPI Architectural Painting Specification Manual," to produce smooth, glasslike finish.

3.Sand surfaces exposed to view and dust off.

4.After priming, fill holes and imperfections in the finish surfaces with putty or plastic wood filler. Sand smooth when dry.

3.3APPLICATION

A.Apply finishes according to manufacturer's written instructions and recommendations in "MPI Architectural Painting Specification Manual."

1.Use applicators and techniques suited for finish and substrate indicated.

2.Finish surfaces behind movable equipment and furniture same as similar exposed surfaces.

3.Do not apply finishes over labels of independent testing agencies or equipment name, identification, performance rating, or nomenclature plates.

B.Apply finishes to produce surface films without cloudiness, holidays, lap marks, brush marks, runs, ropiness, or other surface imperfections.

3.4CLEANING AND PROTECTION

A.At end of each workday, remove rubbish, empty cans, rags, and other discarded materials from Project site.

B.After completing finish application, clean spattered surfaces. Remove spattered materials by washing, scraping, or other methods. Do not scratch or damage adjacent finished surfaces.

C.Protect work of other trades against damage from finish application. Correct damage by cleaning, repairing, replacing, and refinishing, as approved by Architect, and leave in an undamaged condition.

D.At completion of construction activities of other trades, touch up and restore damaged or defaced finished wood surfaces.

3.5EXTERIOR WOOD-FINISH-SYSTEM SCHEDULE

Finish systems in this article are based on "MPI Architectural Painting Specification Manual" (hereafter, "MPI Manual"). For renovation projects, consult "MPI Maintenance Repainting Manual" and revise finish systems accordingly.

A.Wood Substrates: Exposed framing.

1.Solid-Color, Water-Based Stain System[ MPI EXT 6.2B]:

a.Prime Coat: Stain, exterior, water based, solid hide, matching topcoat.

b.Topcoat: Stain, exterior, water based, solid hide[, MPI #16].

Behr Premium is a registered Trademark of Behr Process Corporation.

1)[Behr Premium Solid Color Weatherproofing Wood Stain 5011 White Base] [Behr Premium Solid Color Weatherproofing Wood Stain Cedar Naturaltone 50533].

2.Water-Based Semitransparent Stain System[ MPI EXT 6.2P]:

a.Prime Coat: Stain, exterior, water based, semitransparent, matching topcoat.

b.Topcoat: Stain, exterior, water based, semitransparent.

Behr Premium is a registered Trademark of Behr Process Corporation.

1)Behr Premium Semi-Transparent Weatherproof All-In-One Wood Stain & Sealer [5077 Deep Base] [5088 White base] [5330 Redwood] [5533 Cedar Naturaltone].

B.Wood Substrates: [Wood trim] [architectural woodwork] [doors] [windows] [wood board siding] [and] [wood fences].

1.Solid-Color, Water-Based Stain System[ MPI EXT 6.3K]:

a.Prime Coat: Stain, exterior, water based, solid hide, matching topcoat.

b.Topcoat: Stain, exterior, water based, solid hide[, MPI #16].

Behr Premium is a registered Trademark of Behr Process Corporation.

1) [Behr Premium Solid Color Weatherproofing Wood Stain 5011 White Base] [Behr Premium Solid Color Weatherproofing Wood Stain Cedar Naturaltone 50533].

2.Water-Based Semitransparent Stain System[ MPI EXT 6.3N]:

a.Prime Coat: Stain, exterior, water based, semitransparent, matching topcoat.

b.Topcoat: Stain, exterior, water based, semitransparent.

Behr Premium is a registered Trademark of Behr Process Corporation.

1)Behr Premium Semi-Transparent Weatherproof All-In-One Wood Stain & Sealer [5077 Deep Base] [5088 White Base] [5330 Redwood] [55433 Cedar Naturaltone].

C.Wood Substrates: Wood-based panel products.

1.Solid-Color, Water-Based Stain System[ MPI EXT 6.4A]:

a.Prime Coat: Stain, exterior, water based, solid hide, matching topcoat.

b.Topcoat: Stain, exterior, water based, solid hide[, MPI #16].

Behr Premium is a registered Trademark of Behr Process Corporation.

1) [Behr Premium Solid Color Weatherproofing Wood Stain 5011 White Base] [Behr Premium Solid Color Weatherproofing Wood Stain Cedar Naturaltone 50533].

2.Water-Based Semitransparent Stain System[ MPI EXT 6.4L]:

a.Prime Coat: Stain, exterior, water based, semitransparent, matching topcoat.

For a Premium Grade system, "MPI Manual" requires intermediate coat; delete "Intermediate Coat" Subparagraph below for a Budget Grade system.

b.Intermediate Coat: Stain, exterior, water based, semitransparent, matching topcoat.

c.Topcoat: Stain, exterior, water based, semitransparent.

Behr Premium is a registered Trademark of Behr Process Corporation.

1)Behr Premium Semi-Transparent Weatherproof All-In-One Wood Stain & Sealer [5077 Deep Base] [5088 White Base] [5330 Redwood] [5533 Cedar Naturaltone].

D.Wood Substrates: Traffic surfaces including [lumber decking] [and] [stairs].

1.Deck Stain System[ MPI EXT 6.5F]:

a.Prime Coat: Stain, for exterior wood decks, matching topcoat.

b.Top coat: Stain, for exterior wood decks[, MPI #33].

Behr Premium is a registered Trademark of Behr Process Corporation.

1)Behr Premium Semi-Transparent Weatherproof All-In-One Wood Stain & Sealer [5077 Deep Base] [5088 White Base] [5330 Redwood] [5533 Cedar Naturaltone].

E.Wood Substrates: Wood shingles and shakes (excluding roofs).

1.Solid-Color, Water-Based Stain System[ MPI EXT 6.6D]:

a.Prime Coat: Stain, exterior, water based, solid hide, matching topcoat.

b.Topcoat: Stain, exterior, water based, solid hide[, MPI #16].

Behr Premium is a registered Trademark of Behr Process Corporation.

1) [Behr Premium Solid Color Weatherproofing Wood Stain 5011 White Base] [Behr Premium Solid Color Weatherproofing Wood Stain Cedar Naturaltone 50533].

3.6INTERIOR WOOD -FINISH-SYSTEM SCHEDULE

Finish systems in this article are based on "MPI Architectural Painting Specification Manual" (hereafter, "MPI Manual"). For renovation projects, consult "MPI Maintenance Repainting Manual" and revise finish systems accordingly.

A.Wood Substrates: Glued-laminated construction.

1.Solid-Color Latex Stain System[ MPI INT 6.1T]:

a.Prime Coat: Stain, exterior, water based, solid hide, matching topcoat.

b.Topcoat: Stain, exterior, water based, solid hide[, MPI #16].

Behr Premium is a registered Trademark of Behr Process Corporation.

1)Behr Premium Semi-Transparent Weatherproof All-In-One Wood Stain & Sealer [5077 Deep Base] [5088 White Base] [5330 Redwood] [5533 Cedar Naturaltone].

2.Semitransparent Stain System[ MPI INT 6.1G]:

a.Prime Coat: Stain, semitransparent, matching topcoat.

b.Topcoat: Stain, semitransparent, for interior wood[, MPI #90].

Behr Premium is a registered Trademark of Behr Process Corporation.

1)Behr Premium Semi-Transparent Weatherproof All-In-One Wood Stain & Sealer [5077 Deep Base] [5088 White Base] [5330 Redwood] [5533 Cedar Naturaltone].

END OF SECTION 099300

STAINING AND TRANSPARENT FINISHING

099300 -




Share in:

Related:

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section iconThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec...

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section iconThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec...

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section iconThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec...

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section iconThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec...

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section iconThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec...

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section iconThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec...

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section iconThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec...

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section iconThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec...

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section iconThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec...

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section iconThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec...

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section iconThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec...

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section iconThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec...

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section iconThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec...

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section iconThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec...

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section iconThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec...

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section iconThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec...

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section iconThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec...

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section iconThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec...

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section iconThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec...

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text, and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section iconThis Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec...




manual


When copying material provide a link © 2017
contacts
manual-guide.com
search