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*Standard Practice for the Installation of Windows with Frontal Flanges for Surface Barrier Masonry Construction for Extreme Wind/Water Conditions
This standard practice covers the installation of frontal-flanged windows into buildings with surface barrier wall construction (masonry/concrete) of no more than three stories in height and applies to frontal flanged windows which employ an integral or applied flange that is attached and sealed to the window perimeter frame and is designed as an appendage that will cover a previously-installed buck and/or integrate with a pre-cast sill. This standard practice covers the installation process for windows from pre- to post-installation; it does not include fabrication techniques that would be required to join individual windows to each other, either horizontally or vertically.
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(FMA/AAMA 200-12)
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Design Considerations for IG Unit Cavity Pressure Compensation
This technical manual provides generic design alternatives for cavity compensation for insulating glass units and determines conditions which impact the pressure in the IG Unit cavity.

(IGMA TM-3200-21)
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FMA/AAMA Standard Practice for the Installation of Windows with Frontal Flanges for Surface Barrier Masonry Construction for Extreme Wind/Water Conditions
This standard practice covers the installation of frontal-flanged windows into buildings with surface barrier wall construction (masonry/concrete) of no more than three stories in height and applies to frontal flanged windows which employ an integral or applied flange that is attached and sealed to the window perimeter frame and is designed as an appendage that will cover a previously-installed buck and/or integrate with a pre-cast sill. This standard practice covers the installation process for windows from pre- to post-installation; it does not include fabrication techniques that would be required to join individual windows to each other, either horizontally or vertically.
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(FMA/AAMA 200-09)
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Guidelines for Insulating Glass Dimensional Tolerances
The dimensions and tolerances contained within this document are for insulating glass units as manufactured. Glazing cavity size, allowable edge seal pressure, setting block type, allowable minimum edge seal system and sightline design requirements should all be considered when designing an insulating glass unit glazing system.

(IGMA TB-1200-83(16))
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Voluntary Specifications for Performance of Exterior Walking Surface Plank Systems
This specification describes test procedures and minimum requirements for the performance of exterior walking surface planks and plank systems, regardless of material composition. There is no intent to imply acceptable use of these products for a particular installation. The specifying agency shall establish all requirements and determine product suitability for the intended use.

(AAMA 2200-01)
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