Hunter Xci AIA-CEU Course HP105

Provider: Hunter Panels K169

Course: 0HP105
Course Title:
Continuous Insulation: Code Compliance and the NFPA 285 in Commercial Wall Assemblies
(1) LU/HSW
 
Learning Objectives

  1. What is the NFPA 285 Fire Test and why is it so important?
  2. What are common concerns encountered with NFPA 285 assembly design and installation?
  3. What are the different types of CI Options that offer NFPA 285 compliance?
  4. What are the advantages and challenges of CI Board Products in NFPA 285 assemblies?

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Hunter Xci AIA-CEU Course HP109

Provider: Hunter Panels K169
Course: HP109
Course Title: Continuous Insulation: Energy Efficiency and Performance Comparison of “ci”
(1) LU/HSW

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. How and why have insulation materials evolved over time?
  2. What are some sustainability attributes of various types of “ci” products             
  3. What are major Factors that impact installation of “ci”
  4. How does Air and water performance compare for fibrous vs foam insulations?
  5. What are some new ideas for simplified design of exterior walls incorporating “ci”

 

Hunter Xci AIA-CEU Course HP110

Provider: Hunter Panels K169

Course: 0HP110
Course Title:
Continuous Insulation and Beyond. Design solutions that offer energy efficiency, thermal value, fire performance and moisture control.
(1) LU/HSW
 
Learning Objectives

  1. Understand the advancement of National Model Energy Codes as they relate to the energy efficiency of the building envelope
  2. Define and understand “continuous insulation” and how its use effects energy code compliance, current ASHRAE Standards, LEED, and the International Energy Conservation Code.
  3. Understand the environmental features and benefits of polyisocyanurate insulation including thermal performance, long service life, recycled content, negligible GWP and zero ODP.
  4. Understand the NFPA 285 fire test and its role in code compliant wall assemblies

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Hunter Xci AIA-CEU Course HP114

Provider: Hunter Panels K169

Course: HP114
Course Title:
Toruring Our Manufacturing Facility
(1) LU/HSW
 
Learning Objectives

  1. Understand the manufacturing process of polyiso and the components that are necessary to make polyiso
  2. Focus on product physical properties including: compressive strength, R-value, flute spanability and others
  3. Differentiate between flat, tapered and composite polyiso productsDescribe the applications for polyiso in construction applications – roof, both low and steep slope, exterior wall, interior wall
  4. Understand the health, safety and recycling measures taken in the manufacturing facilities

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