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Page 2 of 3 documents shall be competent and qualified in the application of the structural design principles involved, and shall possess the registration or license in accor- dance with the professional registration laws of the state in which the project is constructed. 3.3 Poly-Classic ® FRP Columns have not been evaluated for decay resistance. The ability of this product to resist decay is outside the scope of this report. 3.4 Design loads shall be determined using Chapter 16 of BOCA ® National Building Code/1999. The columns have been evaluated for gravity loads only. Other loads, such as lateral loads, applied in shear to the column are outside the scope of this evaluation report. 3.5 Loads for a given column length shall not exceed the allowable design loads given in Table 1of this report. 3.5 The maximum amount of eccentricity for an axial applied load is limited to the values shown in Table 1 of this report. Eccentricities larger than this are outside the scope of this report. 3.7 Installations of Poly-Classic ® FRP Columns, which will be directly exposed to the weather, shall receive an additional coat of paint, enamel or other approved protective coatings. 3.8 The Poly-Classic ® FRP Columns shall be limited to use with buildings of Type 5 construction which do not exceed three stories or 40 feet in height. 3.9 Special Inspections of the structural column installa- tion shall be provided for columns used other than in Use Group R-3 buildings. The inspections shall be conducted by a special inspector provided by the owner of the building under construction. The special inspector shall be qualified to perform the inspections and approved by the code official. The inspections shall be of a nature, and conducted at such fre- quency, as is necessary to ensure the Poly-Classic ® FRP Columns compliance with the requirements of Code Section 1705.1.2 of the BOCA ® National Build- ing Code/1999. 3.10 This report is subject to periodic re-examination. For information on the current status of this report, con- tact the ICC-ES. 4.0 INFORMATION SUBMITTED 4.1 A Southwest Research Institute report titled, Investi- gation of the Surface Burning Characteristics of a 0.375 Inch Thick Polyester Resin Column Castings, Tested over 1.0 inch wide Flat Metal Bars Every 24 Inches, Report No. 01.04913.01.154a, dated March 4, 2002. 4.2 Architectural Testing, Inc. Report No. 01-43277.02, dated November 10, 2003, titled Performance Test Report, and contains test results establishing the effects on the flexural strength of the columns as a result of extreme temperature ranges and 2000 hours of accelerated weathering. 4.3 Metals & Materials Engineer Test Report No. 12262 for CW Ohio, titled Report of Fiberglass Column Characterization for Accreditation Through the ICC, dated November 28, 2003 containing various testing for Freeze-Thaw resistance and Fastener Withdrawal. 4.4 American Testing Laboratory, Inc. Test Report titled Load Testing of Columns, dated June 3, 2003, con- taining axial load compression test results. 22-26 4.5 Cerny & Ivey Engineers, Inc. Test Report titled Concentric Compression Testing Round Composite Columns, Report No. 23397-2, dated December 3, 2003. 4.6 Cerny & Ivey Engineers, Inc. Test Report titled Eccentric Compression Testing Round Composite Columns, Report No. 23397-1, dated December 3, 2003. 4.7 CW Ohio, Inc. Quality Control Manual with revision date February 24, 2004. 4.8 Signed third-party testing agreement between CW Ohio and Intertek Test Services NA, Ltd. (Warnock Hersey) dated January 20, 2004, effective April 5, 2004. 5.0 INFORMATION REQUIRED ON CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS To aid in the use of this report, the following represents the minimum level of information to be reflected on construc- tion documents in order to determine compliance with this report. 5.1 The language, “See ICC-ES Legacy Report No. 22-26.” 5.2 All permit applications utilizing Poly-Classic ® FRP Columns shall be accompanied by structural calcula- tions performed by a registered design professional. The calculations shall include, but not be limited to, the following: 5.2.1 The applied loads imposed upon the column by the components it supports. 5.2.2 The ability of the Poly-Classic ® FRP Columns to sustain the applied loads consistent with Table 1 of this report. 5.2.3 The ability of all connections between the column and the components framing into it to properly bear on the Poly-Classic ® FRP Columns and transfer all the imposed applied loads from the components supported by the column to the column, and from the column to its supporting footing. 5.2.4 The design of the footing which will support the Poly-Classic ® FRP Columns. 5.3 Satisfactory evidence that the Poly-Classic ® FRP Columns have been installed with the appropriate special inspection described in Section 3.9 of this report. 5.3 The manufacturer shall provide the user of this report with complete instructions on the proper installation of Poly-Classic ® FRP Columns. 6.0 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION All Poly-Classic ® FRP Columns manufactured in accor- dance with this report or the column packaging shall be labeled at the plant with the manufacturer’s name and/or trademark, the product identification, the and the identify- ing language “See ICC-ES Legacy Report No. 22-26.” Additionally, each Poly-Classic ® FRP Column or column packaging shall have a permanent label containing the mark of the third-party inspection agency, Intertek Testing Services NA, Ltd (Warnock Hersey).