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3-Part Specifications

Duradek’s 3-Part Specifications for Master Format 07185 (95) or Master Format 071813 (2018) provides a comprehensive overview of all details required for architects or specifiers to include Duradek products in their project scope documents. Whether you seek technical intricacies or design specifications, our specifications ensure clarity and accessibility, empowering you with the knowledge needed to make informed decisions. 

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Duradek Ultra – Traffic Membrane: Specification – Waterproof Pedestrian Traffic Coating

Button-Specification: Waterproof Traffic Coating - Duradek

Choose from 4 file types to download 3-part Specification Master Format 07185 (95):

Choose from 4 file types to download 3-part Specification Master Format 07 18 13 (2018):

3-Part Specifications for Other Duradek Products

Button-Specification: Aluminum Railings - Durarail

Durarail Railing Systems: Specification – Aluminum Handrails and Railings:


Durarail 3-Part Specifications download here:

Specification Master Format 05721 (95):

Specification Master Format 05 73 00 (2018):

Button-Specification: Waterproofing Membrane for Exterior Tile - Tiledek

Duradek Ultra Tiledek: Specification – Waterproof Membrane Underlay for Exterior Tile:


View Tiledek 3-Part Specifications download here:

Specification Master Format 09305 (95):

Specification Master Format 09 30 00 (2018):

Button-Specification: Thermoplastic Membrane Roofing - Tiledek

Duradek Ultra Tiledek: Specification – Thermoplastic Membrane Roofing:


Specification Master Format 07540 (95):

Specification Master Format 07 54 00 (2018):

(Tiledek acts both as a Waterproof Tile Underlayment and Thermoplastic Membrane Roofing)

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BIM & CAD Drawings

BIM models and CAD drawings for Duradek PVC waterproof membranes are available to assist you in designing and specifying Duradek for your deck, balcony, and flat roof deck projects.

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Note: As a supplier of finished product only, Duradek does not assume responsibility for errors in design, engineering, or dimensions. The architect, engineer, specifier, contractor or owners’ representative must verify all dimensions, sizes, and suitability of details, and are in accordance with governing building codes.

View or download the following documents or drawings to specify Duradek Vinyl Membranes for your project.

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BIM models (Revit files):

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BIM model, CAD drawings, and Specifications for Duradek Ultra Vinyl Membrane on CAD details – view here.

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CAD Drawings:

Collection of all 52 Duradek Detail Drawings

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Duradek Detail Drawings: Outside Perimeters

Outside Perimeter Detail OS-01 – PVC Clip

Outside Perimeter Detail OS-02 – “L” Trim

Outside Perimeter Detail OS-03 – PVC Coated Metal Flashing with Butt Ends

Outside Perimeter Detail OS-04 – PVC Coated Metal Flashing with Overlap

Outside Perimeter Detail OS-05 – Plywood Fascia

Outside Perimeter Detail OS-06 – Concrete Fascia

Outside Perimeter Detail OS-07 – Radius Fascia

Outside Perimeter Detail OS-08 – Verge at Steep Roofing

Outside Perimeter Detail OS-09 – Deck/Wall Intersection

Outside Perimeter Detail OS-10 – Water Diverters (optional)

Outside Perimeter Detail OS-11 – Wood Curb

Outside Perimeter Detail OS-12 – Free Standing Wall

Outside Perimeter Detail OS-13 – Cantilevered Fascia

Outside Perimeter Detail OS-14 – Deck Masonry Wall Intersection

Outside Perimeter Detail OS-15 – ANSI/SPRI ES-1 Design

Outside Perimeter Detail OS-16 – Curb Tie-In to Membrane

Post Detail P-01

Column Detail C-01

Roof Covering Assembly C-A – to Achieve Class ‘A’ Fire Rating

Aluminum Railing Curb or Fascia Mounted R-01

Aluminum Railing Surface Mounted R-02

Aluminum Railing Surface Mounted – With Raised Base Plate R-03

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Duradek Detail Drawings – Inside Perimeters

Inside Perimeter Detail IS-01 – ‘L’-Trim

Inside Perimeter Detail IS-01-alt-A – Acrylic Latex Adhesive @ Field Area

Inside Perimeter Detail IS-01-alt-B – Contact Adhesive @ Field Area

Inside Perimeter Detail IS-02 – Deep Profile Cladding

Inside Perimeter Detail IS-03 – Raised Curb Door

Inside Perimeter Detail IS-03-B– Raised Curb Door ALT

Inside Perimeter Detail IS-04 – Accessible Door

Inside Perimeter Detail IS-05 – Reglet Flashing

Inside Perimeter Detail IS-06 – Through Wall Flashing

Inside Perimeter Detail IS-07 – Tie Into Existing Membrane

Inside Perimeter Detail IS-08 A – Removable Trim Board Detail
– Vinyl Install Prior to Cladding

Inside Perimeter Detail IS-08 B – Removable Trim Board Detail
– Vinyl Install After Cladding

Inside Perimeter Detail IS-09 – Raised Step Door Detail

Inside Perimeter Detail IS-10 – Tie-In to Steep Roof

Inside Perimeter Detail IS-11 – EIFS with Raised Trim

Inside Perimeter Detail IS-12 – EIFS with Removable Trim

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Duradek Detail Drawings – Over Non-Habitable Living Space (Not Governed by Building Codes)

Non-habitable NH-01 – L-Trim Flashing

Non-habitable NH-02 – Gum Pocket Flashing

Non-habitable NH-03 – Wall Water Cut-off

Non-habitable NH-04 – Concrete Slab Water Cutoff

Non-habitable NH-05 – Metal Post

Non-habitable NH-06 – Wood or Metal Post

Non-habitable NH-07 – Flush Door Sill

Non-habitable NH-08 – Raised Door Sill

Non-habitable NH-09 – Rainwater Leader (RWL) Thru Deck

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Duradek Detail Drawings – Drains

Drain Detail DR-02 – Aluminum Deck Drain

Drain Detail DR-02-alt-A – PVC Coated Deck Drain

Drain Detail DR-03 – PVC Coated Box Scupper

Drain Detail DR-04 – PVC Coated Overflow

Drain Detail DR-05 – Concrete Drain with Surface Membrane Clamp

Drain Detail DR-06 – Trough Deck Drain with Aluminum DD2/DD3 Drain

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For CAD Detail Drawings on Other Duradek Products

It’s all in the Details…

When it comes to successful deck or roof deck waterproofing, it’s all about the details. For an overview of some of the waterproofing details our installers are trained for, view or print this convenient graphic summary.

Duradek vinyl decking installation details
 
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Substrate & Edge Trims Considerations for Vinyl Decking

Duradek provides an installed waterproofing system complete with edge trims for vinyl decking. Waterproof Decks of Oregon can recommend the Good, Better and Best detail options for your decking project.

These recommendations would be determined by the specific project parameters such as new construction versus renovation work, details unique to the project, budget considerations, or by a preference of the look or function of the deck.

Please see the three substrate recommendations and four edge trim options available for a Duradek vinyl membrane installation below. Then, reach out to Waterproof Decks of Oregon to discuss which option is best for your project and your budget.

Vinyl Decking Substrate Requirements

The first step towards a completely waterproofed vinyl deck is a properly prepared substrate. Duradek must be installed on a flat, smooth surface; including untreated plywood, concrete, and sealed or coated surfaces.

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Resources for details on substrate preparation:

Duradek Techtalk 126 US - Substrate Preparation for Plywood

Techtalk #126 US: Plywood Sheathing and Deck Construction Recommendations, Rev October 2018

Duradek Techtalk 126 Supplement - Plywood Requirements

Techtalk #126 Supplement: Plywood Requirements Supplement, Rev October 2018

Duradek Techtalk 140 - Substrate Preparation for Concrete Surfaces

Techtalk #140: Duradek Application to Concrete, May 2013

Duradek Techtalk 161 - Substrate Preparation for Sealed or Coated Surfaces

Techtalk #161: Duradek Application to Sealed or Coated Surfaces, March 2012


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Edge Trims and Waterproofing Details for Vinyl Decking

Waterproof Decks of Oregon can recommend the best edge trim and other waterproofing details for your project. Recommendations are based on best water routing management and for the finished look you desire. Duradek provides 4 options of edge trims and a selection of water routing accessories.

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PVC Coated Metal Edge Trim

PVC Coated Metal Edge Trim and Water Routing Accessories

edge trim for vinyl decking
  1. Vinyl extended up the wall 6 to 8 inches (as per local code)
  2. Vinyl welded to PVC-coated overflow drain
  3. Vinyl welded to PVC-coated box scupper
  4. Vinyl welded to PVC-coated drain
  5. Vinyl welded to PVC-coated flashing

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“L” Trim Edge Trim and Sequencing

L-Trim Edge Trim and Installation Sequencing Details

edge trim for vinyl decking
  1. Vinyl extended up the wall 6 to 8 inches (as per local code)
  2. Vinyl overlapped by building paper and exterior finish
  3. Caulking in 90° corner
  4. Butyl tape behind L-Trim
  5. L-trim secures (with screws or nails) vinyl on the outside. (Inside edges optional)

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PVC Clip Edge Trim with Additional Details

PVC Clip Edge Trim with Corner, Door & Drain Detail

edge trim for vinyl decking Substrate details
  1. Vinyl wrapped door threshold
  2. Outside front corner relieved and patch welded
  3. Inside back corner folded and welded, not cut
  4. Roof-quality drain with clamping ring holds the vinyl in place (with caulking)
  5. Deck to wall intersection (with optional water diverter)
  6. Galvanized flashing with PVC clip holds the vinyl in place
  7. Outside front corner folded and welded, not cut

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Fascia Fully Wrapped and L-Trim Option

Fascia Fully Wrapped and L-Trim Option Details

edge trim for vinyl decking substrate for vinyl decking
  1. Full wrap over fascia
  2. Inverted “L” trim with caulking (Gum Lip)
  3. Butyl tape as a sealant (screw seals itself with compression)
  4. “L” trim with stainless steel color matched screws