This standard provides guidance for specifiers and others determining whether or not a given roofing material is suitable for use in climates that are cold. The definition of a Cold Climate for this Guide is anywhere the ASHREA design low temperature is below -10C (14F) and/or the climate has more than 6,000 Heating Degree Days. The determination as to the applicability of this Guide is up to the designer.
For specifiers that are concerned about low temperature environments
Cold-Weather, Roofing, Mandrel-bend, Low-temperature
The title and scope are in draft form and are under development within this ASTM Committee.
Citing ASTM Standards
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