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Materials Panel Gary Flemming Window Business Manager YKK AP America Inc.


maintaining aesthetic flair while dealing with real-time issues presented by new and aging buildings


key themes ... New Construction

Renovation

Daylighting

Functionality

(maximize DLO’s, Solar Control)

(meet new tenant’s needs)

Sightlines

Aesthetics

(minimize & controlled across materials)

(modernize, historical preservation)

Ventilation

Operation

(indoor air quality)

(restore functionality)

Thermal Performance (reduce energy loss, lower HVAC demand)

Security / Safety (access control, blast & hurricane mitigation)

COST!

(seeking value-rich solutions)


first question ... what do you want to achieve?


Renovation ... Before

Grand Yacht Club - Ft. Lauderdale, FL After


Renovation ...

Punta Gorda High School

Before

Impact Resistant ADA Compliant Historical Preservation

After


New Construction ...

Aesthetics with Geometric Shapes


New Construction ... Minimized & Consistent Sightlines Structurally Glazed Vents designed for use with Curtain Walls, Window Walls, or Storefronts

8 operable units (can you find them?)


New Construction ... Minimized & Consistent Sightlines Structurally Glazed Vents designed for use with Curtain Walls, Window Walls, or Storefronts


maintaining aesthetic flair while dealing with real-time issues

SSG Vents (Zero Sightline Vents)

... a cost-effective solution


Cost-effective Solution ...

Fixed over Casement Windows with Mulls Cost per SF $50

Store Front with SSG Vents Cost per SF $35


SSG Vents ...

aka “Zero Sightline” Vents


SSG Vents ...

non-thermal vent

aka “Zero Sightline� Vents

thermally broken vent


SSG Vents ...

aka “Zero Sightline” Vents

NFRC Thermal Modeling 49° F 39° F

non-thermal vent

thermally broken vent

U-factor: 0.46

U-factor: 0.41

CW Rating (AAMA Class)

AW Rating (AAMA Class) Increased Surface Temperature


maintaining aesthetic flair while dealing with real-time issues

... a few CASE STUDIES


Case Study ...

Villanova University, Dougherty Hall

Original Building Circa 1955, Dining Hall addition 1964


Case Study ...

Villanova University, Dougherty Hall


Case Study ... Before

Mill Finish U-factor: 1.19 SHGC: 0.78

Villanova University, Dougherty Hall Vents

After

Champaign Bronze, Anodized Plus速 U-factor: 0.42 SHCG: 0.22


Case Study ...

Villanova University, Dougherty Hall

§  Low-E coating hides hardware §  Traditional cams §  Multipoint locks §  Egress

§  Casement & project out vents §  PO 70” x 66”

§  Uniform sight lines §  Flexible Vent locations

Champaign Bronze, Anodized Plus U-factor: 0.42 SHCG: 0.22


Case Study ...

Davis Restoration, Historical Warehouse

Steel Windows Clear Glass High Air Infiltration


Case Study ... Before

After

Davis Restoration, Historical Warehouse


Case Study ...

Davis Restoration, Historical Warehouse

Before

After

U-factor: 1.19

U-factor: 0 .46

SHGC: 0.82

SHGC: 0.24


Case Study ...

Davis Restoration, Historical Warehouse

Window Solution

Storefront Zero Sightline Solution

§  Storefront w/SSG Vent replacement for steel windows §  Small uniform sightlines §  Grid looks similar to original §  Cost per SF $37/SF (23% lower than window solution) §  System can Span 10’+ (window systems typically span 7’) §  Tested vent size 70” x 60” §  Improved Thermal Performance


maintaining aesthetic flair while dealing with real-time issues

Hung Windows w/ Panning ... a cost-effective solution


Case Study ...

Lee High School, Campus Renovation

A mix of new construction, renovation, and code compliance


Case Study ...

Lee High School, Campus Renovation

1st renovation completed in the 1980’s


Original & New Openings

Wood deterioration was evident. Replaced with concrete and double wood buck.


Case Study ...

Lee High School, Campus Renovation

Full length Sill starter w/ end dam and tied to jamb for enhanced waterproofing


Case Study ...

Lee High School, Campus Renovation

Primary Sealant Support Mulls Sill Starter

Post-set Colonial Panning


Case Study ...

Lee High School, Campus Renovation

Post renovation: maintains historic look, complies with new codes


maintaining aesthetic flair while dealing with real-time issues

Advanced Thermal Performance ... product evolution continues


Product Evolution... 3 ½” Window System Thermal Barrier

Wide Thermal Barrier

Air Tight Gasket

Traditional Method YOW 350 T

Advanced Method YOW 350 XT


Product Evolution... 3 ½” Window System NFRC Thermal Modeling

37° F

Traditional Method YOW 350 T

62° F

Advanced Method YOW 350 XT


maintaining aesthetic flair while dealing with real-time issues

... supported by YKK AP America


Gary Flemming Window Business Manager YKK AP America Inc. 941-928-4754 garyflemming@ykkap.com


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