ULTRA NT SCIF Barrier General Installation Guidelines.

*NOTE: The installation guidelines shown below are for information purposes only and do not take the place of the Architectural Specifications. Concerning the Architectural Specifications for any particular job, the appropriate products and installation methods to be used shall override information presented in the general installation guidelines.

1. Unroll the ULTRA SCIF Barrier and cut it to the appropriate length to cover all walls, ceilings, and or floors for your project. *The manufacturer recommends cutting the ULTRA SCIF Barrier 12" longer than the length of the wall, ceiling or floor to be covered to allow SCIF Barrier to wrap around corners. unless otherwise specified in the Architectural Specifications for your project.

2. ULTRA SCIF Barrier may be attached to wood using staples (every 6"-10"), tape, general purpose construction adhesive, or spray on contact adhesive unless otherwise specified in the Architectural Specifications for your project.

3. ULTRA SCIF Barrier may be attached to steel studs using tape, general purpose construction adhesive, or spray on contact adhesive unless otherwise specified in the Architectural Specifications for your project.

4. ULTRA SCIF Barrier may be attached to concrete using a general purpose construction adhesive or spray on contact adhesive unless otherwise specified in the Architectural Specifications for your project.

5. ULTRA SCIF Barrier may be attached to gypsum board using staples (every 6"-10"), general purpose construction adhesive, or spray on contact adhesive unless otherwise specified in the Architectural Specifications for your project.

6. When installing a second layer of gypsum board on top of ULTRA SCIF Barrier, the manufacturer recommends using black phosphate fine thread drywall screws for panel installation, unless otherwise specified in the Architectural Specifications.

7. ULTRA SCIF Barrier joints may be required to be butted together, overlapped, folded, or taped per the Architectural Specifications. Manufacturer recommends overlapping all joints by 6" and taping all seams with the tape size and tape type per the Architectural Specifications.

8. When you reach the top of a wall, Manufacturer recommends extending the ULTRA SCIF Barrier so that it wraps around the joint and onto the ceiling for 6" to 12." Unless otherwise specified in the Architectural Specifications for your project.

9. When you reach the bottom of a wall, Manufacturer recommends extending the ULTRA SCIF Barrier so that it wraps around the joint and onto the floor for 6" to 12". Unless otherwise specified in the Architectural Specifications for your project.

10. ULTRA SCIF Barrier material may or may not be installed on the ceiling and floor per the Architectural Specifications, to complete the job.

11. If required, ground the ULTRA SCIF Barrier enclosure per the Architectural Specifications. Grounding from any single point, separated from the electrical grounding for the building, has been shown to have a positive effect on ULTRA SCIF Barrier enclosure performance.

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