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The  Evolu*on  of  High  Performance  Façades   Maximizing  Results  and  Minimizing  Cost   facilitated  by:  

David  Warden,  LEED  Green  Associate     enerGfacade®  Brand  Manager   YKK  AP  America  Inc.  


Recent  Ac*vi*es  in  Green  Building   Green Building Environment increased focus on measurable savings and environmental impact Topic Green Building continues to be strong theme

Key Element saving energy & environmental impact

Driving Forces New Base Codes

Certifications

LEED 2012 (v.4) delayed IECC 2012 version EnergyStar certifies up to 58% more stringent vs hi-rise residential ’09, U-factors as low as 0.29

New Products

to meet new codes

Legislative vs Executive Branch

Government limits use of Green Building Rating Programs

increased demand to show payback

vs Competitive Rating Systems

conflicting green building laws

New rating systems challenge LEED, USGBC’s LEED system still dominant

3rd Party Labeling

Increased Scrutiny on Green Marketing

green claims must be verifiable

New Green Guidelines E.P.A. Activity Federal Trade Commission

Life Cycle Analysis


2012  Energy  Code  requires  Higher  Performance   Boston,  MA  –  Zone  5   2009  IECC  

2012  IECC  

ASHRAE  189  

0.45  

0.38  

0.35  

16%  

22%  

vs  2009  IECC:  

New  York  City,  NY  –  Zone  4  

0.50   IECC  (Energy  Code)  Zone  Map   U-­‐factor  Requirements   Curtain  Wall,  Storefront,  Fixed  Windows  

vs  2009  IECC:  

0.38  

0.40  

24%  

20%  

BalUmore,  MD  –  Zone  4  

0.50   vs  2009  IECC:  

0.38  

0.40  

24%  

20%  

IECC  2012  adopted  by  Maryland,  eff.  7/1/2012  

Atlanta,  GA  –  Zone  3  

0.60   vs  2009  IECC:  

0.46  

0.50  

23%  

17%  


2012  Energy  Code  requires  Higher  Performance   Boston,  MA  –  Zone  5   2009  IECC  

2012  IECC  

ASHRAE  189  

0.55  

0.45  

0.35  

18%  

36%  

vs  2009  IECC:  

New  York  City,  NY  –  Zone  4  

0.55   IECC  (Energy  Code)  Zone  Map   U-­‐factor  Requirements   Operable  Windows  

vs  2009  IECC:  

0.45  

0.40  

18%  

27%  

BalUmore,  MD  –  Zone  4  

0.55   vs  2009  IECC:  

0.45  

0.40  

18%  

27%  

IECC  2012  adopted  by  Maryland,  eff.  7/1/2012  

Atlanta,  GA  –  Zone  3  

0.65   vs  2009  IECC:  

0.60   8%  

0.50   23%  


All  Products  Evolve  


Storefront  Evolu*on     Past

Slotted Pocket Filler

Future Dual Thermal Barrier

Thermal Barrier

Advanced U-Factor 0.44 CRF 60FRAME

U-Factor 0.36 CRF 66FRAME

Extended Thermal Barrier


Curtain  Wall  Evolu*on     Past

Future

Thermal Barrier Thermal Isolator

Thermal Isolator

Advanced


Window  Evolu*on  –  Awning  Project-­‐Out     Past

Future Large Thermal Barrier

Thermal Barrier

Air Tight Gasket

Advanced


Entrance  Evolu*on  –  Aluminum  Swing  Doors     Future

Past

Thermal Frame

NonThermal Frame NonThermal Door

Thermal Door

Advanced


Thermal  Performance:  Establishing  the  new  baseline     Evolved Baseline U-factor using 1 1/2” IGU (low-e, ‘heat mirror’, exotic gas)

U-factor using 1” IGU (lowe, exotic gas)

U-factor using 1” IGU (industry std low-e, air)


First  Step  Advanced  Storefront       0.50   vs  2009  IECC:  

0.38  

0.40  

24%  

20%  

Storefront (Price vs. Performance)

New  York  City,  NY  –  Zone  4  

Glass

Framing


First  Step  Advanced  Curtain  Wall       0.50   vs  2009  IECC:  

0.38  

0.40  

24%  

20%  

Curtain Wall (Price vs. Performance)

New  York  City,  NY  –  Zone  4  

Glass

Framing


First  Step  Embraced       Medical Office – The Urology Group Cincinnati, Ohio

Architect: GBBN Architects ADVANCED Curtain Wall, Storefront & Entrances


First  Step  Embraced       Ankeny Centennial High School Ankeny, Iowa Architect: DLR Group ADVANCED Curtain Wall, Storefront & Entrances


First  Step  Embraced       Private Office – Whirlpool Headquarters – Phase 1 Benton Harbour, MI LEED Platinum

Architect: Epstein

ADVANCED Curtain Wall

Phase 2 is installing now


Thank  you  for  your  a_en*on!  Ques*ons?      


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