Technical Bulletins and tips on installation of our systems. Some are large files and take some time to download. Our Full Technical Bulletin Binder is continually updated to insure you have the latest information.

Technical Bulletin Binder


MW#101-110597 Sill Pans

MW#103-120997 Multi-Story Fire Test

MW#104-010198 AFM Perform Guard

MW#107-030114 AIA-CES Architectural Training

MW#109-070698 Aesthetic Reveals

MW#112-060114 Owners Responsibilities for Maintenance

MW#114-050105 Dryflekt Molded Flashings

MW#115-032499 EIF Systems in Wilmington, NC

MW#118-030110 Product Comparison Chart

MW#122-090403 American PolySteel Insulated Concrete

MW#125-110109 Field Observation Form

MW#127-100111 Shipping and Storage

MW#128-010101 Remedial Repairs Above Grade

MW#129-030101 Repairing Master Wall Systems

MW#130-040401 AIA Masterspec

MW#131-050110 Sealant Use With Master Wall Systems

MW#132-060101 Window Considerations

MW#133-070101 Wind-Lock Uni-Track

MW#134-080101 DuPont Tyvek FlexWrap

MW#135-090901 Fastening Systems

MW#136-100101 Acrylic Polymers

MW#137-110101 EIFS Inspection Guidelines

MW#138-120101 R-Values of Common Building Materials

MW#140-020102 Floor Line Expansion Joints

MW#141-030102 Prefabricated Architectural Shapes

MW#142-080102 Water Barrier Installation

MW#143-010103 Minimum Design Weights of Materials

MW#145-080103 Finish Drying and Color Variations

MW#146-100103 Curing & Drying of Master Wall & Other Products

MW#147-120103 New Pressure Treated Wood

MW#148-010104 Thermal Movement in Building Components

MW#149-020104 Sealant Joint Design

MW#150-030104 Ladder Use

MW#151-040104 Insulation Thickness

MW#152-090115 Plastic Components Ultra Lath

MW#153-070104 Substrate Changes

MW#154-080104 Decorative Options

MW#155-090104 Graffiti Protection

MW#156-010105 Pre/Post Application Checklist

MW#157-060105 Stucco Cracking

MW#158-100105 Drainage Options

MW#159-010106 Texture/Color Effects

MW#160-040106 Light Reflectance Values

MW#161-050106 Brick Stencil Patterns

MW#162-060106 Fade Resistance of Finishes

MW#163-080106 Vintique Techniques

MW#164-090106 Versatex 0.5 Texturing Techniques

MW#165-120107 Stucco Finishing

MW#166-010108 EIFS or Not EIFS?

MW#167-020109 Metal Building Strategies

MW#168-030110 Fire Rated Wall Assemblies

MW#169-070111 Master Wall Foam Shapes

MW#170-080111 Efflorescence Considerations

MW#171-080111 Dark Color Strategies

MW#172-090111 Cold Weather Application Strategies

MW#173-050115 Painted Surfaces Recommendations

MW#174-110111 Specifying Fluid Applied Air and Water Barriers

MW#175-120111 Wind-Rated Assemblies

MW#176-020112 Window Head Flashing

MW#177-040114 Continuous Insulation (ASHRAE 90.1, 2012 IECC)

MW#178-070114 Cemplaster Stucco Control Joint Option

MW#179-120115 Metal Lath


Discontinued Bulletins (for reference only)

MW#102-120497 Drainage Systems, MW#105-100109 Applicator Training & Applicator Certificates, MW#106-050109 Warranties, MW#108-061598 Acrylic Finishes Over Stucco, MW#110-081598 Testing, MW#111-101598 BOCA, MW#116-050199 BOCA Research Report 98-35, MW#117-070199 ICBO ER-5517/SBCCI #9631A, MW#119-010100 ICBO ER-5362, MW#120-020100 Building Codes, MW#126-011700 Enka Rain Screens – replaced with Data Sheet, MW#139-010102 Texas Department of Insurance, MW144-020103 Interior Applications – replaced with new system, MW#135-090901 Fastening Systems – Replaced with Data Sheet


Supplemental Specifications

Sealant Specification
Roofing Specification
Sheet Metal Specification
Interior Sealant Specification
Window/Door Specification


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Courses Offered

Course Title: Stucco Cladding Options

Description: Description: Stucco and stucco-look claddings such as Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS) are popular options in today’s building vernacular. This program explores how these claddings are used with the new building code requirements for energy efficiency define din ASHRAE 90.1 (2010) and the 2012 IECC. The program explores air barrier options as well as the new requirements for insulation and drainage options.

Course Information Link here.

Learning Units: 1

Credit Designations: LU

Course Format: Instructor-led face-to-face

Learning Objective 1: Outline and recognize the many positive attributes of locating rigid insulation to the exterior of traditional wall assemblies such as enhanced R-value, dew point management and improved energy efficiency.
Learning Objective 2: Define and fully understand how stucco, stucco claddings and Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS) can integrate the new code requirements into their assemblies.
Learning Objective 3: Examine how stucco claddings and Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS) fit into today’s sustainable design practices and contribute to attaining of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits.
Learning Objective 4: Explore how the energy efficient package can be designed for a variety of appearances.

Activation Date: 03/20/2014
Expiration Date: 03/19/2017
Course Approval Status: Approved


Basic Training Series

Learn the basic detail techniques for Master Wall Inc.® Aggre-flex and Rollershield Drainage Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS). Basic product application and business information is also included.

General Applicator Training


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