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ICBO Evaluation AC148 Acceptance criteria for flashing materials

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Abbreviation
ICBO AC148
Valid from
01/01/2001

Information provider
International Code Council
Author
International Conference of Building Officials
Information type
Standard


Description

The acceptance criteria is limited to recognition of the following:

Hip and Ridge Tape: Synthetic butyl rubberbased membranes for use as a wind and rain block beneath hips and ridges of concrete or clay tile roofs under IBC ' Section 1507.3, IRC Section R905.3 and UBC Section ' 1507.7. The membranes self-adhere to substrates.

Self-adhering Flashing: Evaluation under this ' criteria is limited to rubber-based or modified asphalt membranes, or either of these materials laminated to a fabric or plastic film, used as flashing for wall penetrations ' under IBC Section 1405.3, IRC Section R703.8 and UBC ' Section 1402.2.

Mechanically Attached Flashing: Evaluation ' under this criteria is limited to kraft-paper- or polymeric' based membranes used as flashing for wall penetrations ' under IBC Section 1405.3, IRC Section R703.8 and UBC ' Section 1402.2.

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ICBO Evaluation AC148 Acceptance criteria for flashing materials

Description

The acceptance criteria is limited to recognition of the following:

Hip and Ridge Tape: Synthetic butyl rubberbased membranes for use as a wind and rain block beneath hips and ridges of concrete or clay tile roofs under IBC ' Section 1507.3, IRC Section R905.3 and UBC Section ' 1507.7. The membranes self-adhere to substrates.

Self-adhering Flashing: Evaluation under this ' criteria is limited to rubber-based or modified asphalt membranes, or either of these materials laminated to a fabric or plastic film, used as flashing for wall penetrations ' under IBC Section 1405.3, IRC Section R703.8 and UBC ' Section 1402.2.

Mechanically Attached Flashing: Evaluation ' under this criteria is limited to kraft-paper- or polymeric' based membranes used as flashing for wall penetrations ' under IBC Section 1405.3, IRC Section R703.8 and UBC ' Section 1402.2.

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ICBO Evaluation AC148 Acceptance criteria for flashing materials
Description

The acceptance criteria is limited to recognition of the following:

Hip and Ridge Tape: Synthetic butyl rubberbased membranes for use as a wind and rain block beneath hips and ridges of concrete or clay tile roofs under IBC ' Section 1507.3, IRC Section R905.3 and UBC Section ' 1507.7. The membranes self-adhere to substrates.

Self-adhering Flashing: Evaluation under this ' criteria is limited to rubber-based or modified asphalt membranes, or either of these materials laminated to a fabric or plastic film, used as flashing for wall penetrations ' under IBC Section 1405.3, IRC Section R703.8 and UBC ' Section 1402.2.

Mechanically Attached Flashing: Evaluation ' under this criteria is limited to kraft-paper- or polymeric' based membranes used as flashing for wall penetrations ' under IBC Section 1405.3, IRC Section R703.8 and UBC ' Section 1402.2.

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