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TABLE OF CONTENTS

ROOFING SYSTEM
Features And Benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-2

ENGINEERING
Read This First . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-3 UL 90 Construction Numbers and Factory Mutual Windstorm Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-4 ICBO Approval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-4 24" Section Properties/Load Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-5 – 6 18" Section Properties/Load Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-7 – 8 12" Section Properties/Load Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-9 – 10

GENERAL INFORMATION
General Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-11 Product Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-12 – 16 Preparatory Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-17 Unloading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-18 Handling & Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-19

ERECTION SEQUENCE
Step Step Step Step Step Step Step Step Step Step Step Step Step Step Step Step Step Step Step Step Step 1— 2— 2A – 2B – 2C – 3— 4— 5— 6— 7— 8— 9— 10 — 11 — 12 — 13 — 13 — 14 — 14A – 15 — 16 — Rake Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-20 Low System Eave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-21 Low System Eave/ Metal Inside Closure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-22 High System Eave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-23 High System Eave/ Metal Inside Closure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-24 Thermal Spacer (for high systems only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-25 First Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-26 – 27 Back-Up Plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-28 Clip Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-29 Endlap Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-30 Standard Endlap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-31 Ridge Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-32 Subsequent Runs Eave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-33 Subsequent Runs Endlap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-34 Subsequent Runs Ridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-35 Seaming Panel Sidelaps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-36 Continued - Seaming Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-37 – 38 Last Panel Run . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-39 Last Panel Run (Optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-40 Outside Closure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-41 Ridge-Outside Closure/Flashing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-42

SPECIAL ERECTION DETAILS
Recommended Erection Practices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL- 43– DL-44 Light Transmitting Panel Trim Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-45 Roof Curb Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-46 – DL-49 Roof Curb Cross Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-50 Pipe Penetration Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-51 – DL-52 S-5!™ Double-Lok® Wind Clamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-53 Double-Lok® Repair Cap Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-54

GENERAL INFORMATION
Product Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-55 – DL-57 Proper Handling, Storage and Maintenance of Painted and Galvalume Plus® Panels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DL-58 – DL-59

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ROOFING SYSTEM
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
1. DESIGN INTEGRITY The Double-Lok® mechanically seamed system begins and ends in the high, reducing the risk of leakage at the rake that can occur when finishing in the low. The panel seam is sealed with a factory-applied hot-melt mastic, a superior grade to mastics applied in the field. FLOATING ROOF The Double-Lok® roof was designed to cope with the forces of expansion and contraction. This is accomplished by allowing the panels to freely move up and down the roof slope. FLOATING CLIPS Two floating clips, the Standard and Articulating, are available for the Double-Lok® system. The Standard clip allows for a total of two inches of thermal movement and is constructed from 14 gauge material. The articulating clip eliminates the binding and friction during panel expansion and contraction caused by a misformed, misaligned or improperly erected substructure. The clip provides a ³⁄₈" or 1³⁄₈" clearance at the purlin to reduce water ponding on low pitch roofs. Constructed from 12 gauge material, this clip is an integral part of maintaining panel module. UL 90 RATING The Double-Lok® roof system has 7 different UL 90 construction numbers, each of which is available with several options. FACTORY MUTUAL APPROVAL The Double-Lok® roof has been tested by Factory Mutual Research Corporation for wind uplift, fire and hail damage under Standard 4471 achieving various ratings. Refer to page DL-4 for summary information. FIRE RESISTANCE RATINGS The roof system qualifies for use in several UL design assemblies and carries a UL "Class A" Fire Rating. SIMPLICITY No troublesome batten cap is needed. The panels simply seam together forming a watertight seal. FLEXIBILITY The Double-Lok® roof system offers welcome flexibility to the erector. Wall covering can be erected before or after the roof is installed. Panel installation is an uninterrupted procedure. EASE OF INSTALLATION The erector has the option to sheet each side of the roof separately or both sides simultaneously, which greatly increases the speed and convenience of erection. Being reversible end-for-end, sheets do not have to be special ordered for each side of the building. No field notching of panels at endlaps or ridge is required. 2.

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10. FORGIVING SYSTEM The Double-Lok® design allows for the roof to be finished in the high when an out-of-square condition or other factors cause the roof to terminate up to 4" out of module. 11. BUILDING LENGTH Odd, as well as even, footage buildings can be terminated in a major rib with the use of our 12" or 18" panel or by field bending the panel. 12. PREPUNCHED PANELS AND COMPONENTS The prepunched system, combined with self-engaging back-up plates, assures panel module and speeds up roof installation. 13. DURABILITY Every unpainted panel is manufactured from Galvalume Plus®, your assurance of the manufacturer's commitment to quality. 14. COLOR AND FINISHES Double-Lok® is available in a wide variety of popular colors in three different paint systems. Double-Lok® is a registered trademark of Metal Building Components, L.P. Galvalume Plus® is a registered trademark of BIEC International, Inc. Vise-Grip® is a registered trademark of American Tool Companies, Inc. S-5!™ is a trademark of Metal Roof Innovations.
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ENGINEERING
IMPORTANT READ THIS FIRST
CAUTION
Application and design details are for illustration purposes only, and may not be appropriate for all environmental conditions or building designs. Projects should be engineered to conform to applicable building codes, regulations, and accepted industry practices.

CAUTION
The use of any field seaming machine other than that provided by the manufacturer may damage the panels, void all warranties and will void all engineering data. Low Floating System - Double slope buildings over 200' wide or single slope buildings over 100' wide, with or without ³⁄₈" thermal spacer. See Insulation/Thermal Spacer Selection Chart below. High Floating System - Double slope buildings over 200' wide or single slope buildings over 100' wide, with ³⁄₈", ⁵⁄₈" or 1" thermal spacer. See Insulation/Thermal Spacer Selection Chart below. Thermal calculations should be performed for each project to ensure that the thermal movement of the roof is not greater than the floating clip's capacity. Various densities of blanket insulation may affect the installation and or the appearance of a metal roof system. The installer is responsible for selecting the proper clip and thermal spacer for their conditions.

Insulation/Thermal Spacer Selection Chart
Insulation Thickness
No Insulation 3" Insulation 4" Insulation 6" Insulation
* May cause Purlin "Read"

Low System
³⁄₈" Thermal Spacer ³⁄₈" Thermal Spacer NOT RECOMMENDED NOT RECOMMENDED

High System
NOT RECOMMENDED 1" Thermal Spacer ⁵⁄₈" Thermal Spacer ³⁄₈" Thermal Spacer

NOTES: 1. As with all standing seam roof systems, sound attenuation (example: blanket insulation) is required between the panel and the substructure to prevent "roof rumble" during windy conditions. Some composite roof systems may require additional acoustical consideration to ensure that thermal vibration noises are isolated from the building interior. Contact your architect and/or engineer for proper acoustical design. 2. The following are examples of conditions that may cause condensation: (A) Projects where outside winter temperatures below 40°F are anticipated and where average winter interior relative humidity of 45% or greater is expected. (B) Building usages with high humidity interiors, such as indoor swimming pools, textile manufacturing operations, food rior concrete and masonry, plaster finishes and fuel burning heaters. Manufacturer is not responsible for determining if condensation will be an issue on any particular application.

Thermal Spacer Disclaimer
The above thermal spacer chart is intended to be used as a general guideline only. Because of the various densities of insulation currently available, the manufacturer cannot guarantee that this chart will be accurate in all situations. Further, the manufacturer does not specifically require that the roofing contractor use thermal spacers with it's Double-Lok® roof system. However, please review the following information: • Although the manufacturer does not require a thermal spacer, the architect or building owner may. • In certain environments, the compression of the fiberglass insulation, without a thermal spacer, may create a thermal break which can cause condensation to form on the purlins/joists. • On uninsulated buildings, eliminating the thermal spacer: (1) may cause "roof rumble" and (2) you may encounter problems holding panel module. • When a high clip is used without a thermal spacer: (1) you may encounter problems holding panel module and (2) foot traffic on the panel ribs may result in bent clips. • Using a low clip with too much insulation or too thick a thermal spacer: (1) may cause "purlin read" (2) may cause difficulty in properly installing the panel side laps, and (3) you may encounter problems holding panel module.
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C A. 5. P722. P508. Double-Lok® FLORIDA BUILDING CODE PRODUCT APPROVAL Roofing System details and engineering load tables have been examined by the State of Florida and comply with the 2004 Florida Building Code Product Approval Number (FL#5671. P731. The panels must be installed in a specific manner to achieve the published results. 24 min.1).C A. 24 min.) 180C 287 308A 450 538 539 540 Clip Type: Gauge 24 min. DL-4 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15. P803. P734. 2007 Double-Lok® .C A. 2. 24 min. 3. P717.C B. P726. Clip Clip Type Spacing A. ICBO APPROVAL Roofing System details. The panel system is listed under the following Fire Resistance Design Numbers: P225. P736.C B. The panels must be installed in a certain manner to achieve the published results when installed over a Class A sub structure. P230.ENGINEERING UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES APPROVAL Double-Lok® Construction Panel Number Width (In. P268. A detailed test report is available for each product above. P815. and have been found to comply with the 1997 Uniform Building Code. Tests procedures are in accordance with Underwriters Laboratories Standard UL-580 under “Tests For Uplift Resistance of Roof Assemblies”. The panel qualifies for a Class A fire rating in compliance with Underwriters Laboratories Standard UL-263. 4. P237. 24 min. P814. P701. computer printouts. 2. P711. P720. Refer to the UL Fire Resistance Directory for specific construction methods and hourly ratings. and data have been examined by the ICBO Evaluation Service. Construction Number 450 includes the use of a domed skylight. 24 min. 24 min. C (Sliding) NOTES: 1. P510.C B. B (Floating). Contact the manufacturer for more information. A detailed installation method is available for each Construction Number above and can be found in the UL Roofing Materials and Systems Directory. P265. Inc.C 5'-0" 5'-0" 5'-0" 5'-0" 5'-0¹⁄₄" 5'-0" 5'-0" Substrate Composite System Open Framing Composite System Open Framing Open Framing Composite System Composite System UL-2218 Impact Resistance Class 4 Class 4 Class 4 Class 4 Class 4 Class 4 Class 4 UL-263 Fire Rating Class A Class A Class A Class A Class A Class A Class A UL-580 Rating Class 90 Class 90 Class 90 Class 90 Class 90 Class 90 Class 90 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 A (Articulating). P512. P227. and P819. FACTORY MUTUAL APPROVAL Double-Lok® Panel Width 24 24 24 24 18 24 24 Gauge 24 24 22 22 24 22 22 Clip Type ** ** ** ** ** Floating Articulating Clip Spacing 4'-0" 5'-0" 5'-0" 4'-0" 5'-0" 3'-6" 4'-0" Substrate Open Framing Open Framing Open Framing Open Framing Open Framing Open Framing Open Framing Hail Damage Rating Class 1-SH Class 1-SH Class 1-SH Class 1-SH Class 1-SH Class 1-SH Class 1-SH ASTM E108 Fire Rating Class A Class A Class A Class A Class A Class A Class A FM Windstorm Rating Class 1-60 Class 1-60 Class 1-75 Class 1-90 Class 1-90 Class 1-105 Class 1-105 **Floating or Articulating NOTES: 1. P801. engineering calculations. Tests procedures are in accordance with Factory Mutual Research Corporation (FMRC) Standard 4471.

3224 0. 2. Maxo is allowable bending moment.3/FT. All values are for the one foot of panel width. the designer should reference the most current building code applicable to the project jobsite in order to determine environmental loads.1708 Maxo (KIP-IN. it is recommended that the design professional have a copy of the most current version of the North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members published by the American Iron and Steel Institute to facilitate design. Along with the Specification.9132 5.) 3. 3. please contact the manufacturer.0989 0.4205 POSITIVE BENDING Sxe (IN.23 1.4/FT.) 0. All calculations for the properties of Double-Lok® panels are calculated in accordance with the 2001 edition of the North American Specification For Design Of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members.) 0. 4.3/FT.) 0.2059 Sxe (IN. If further information or guidance regarding cold-formed design practices is desired. Sxe is for bending.56 Ixe (IN.ENGINEERING Double-Lok® PANEL 24" Coverage 24" 3" 19 ³⁄₈ " SECTION PROPERTIES NEGATIVE BENDING PANEL GAUGE 24 22 Fy (KSI) 50 50 WEIGHT (PSF) 1.1122 NOTES: 1. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DL-5 . This Specification contains the design criteria for cold-formed steel components. Along with this data. Ixe is for deflection determination. The Engineering data contained herein is for the expressed use of customers and design professionals. 5. APRIL 15.1741 Ixe (IN.4/FT.) 2.9619 4.) 0.1507 0.1394 Maxo (KIP-IN.1307 0.

and support plates (eave. 5. rake.1 4.1 212.1 212. The weight of the panel has not been deducted from the allowable loads.0 204.5 113.5 212. This material is subject to change without notice.0 160.7 145.0 136.0 204.0 3.7 145. it is recommended that the design professional have a copy of the most current version of the North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members published by the American Iron and Steel Institute to facilitate design.9 3. combined shear & bending.4 8.4 127. 2007 . and will void all engineering data. Along with the Specification. 6.7 92.2 65.0 127.5 247.5 127. shear. Along with this data. Above loads consider a maximum deflection ratio of L/180.9 296.5 3. The use of any field seaming equipment or accessories including but not limited to clips.9 296.5 86.0 137.0 107.6 185.0 204.0 170.0 170. 2.5 123.5 247.9 296.7 145. 7.1 129.9 5. Allowable loads are based on uniform span lengths and Fy = 50 ksi. 4. This Specification contains the design criteria for cold-formed steel components.0 98. The engineering data contained herein is for the expressed use of customers and design professionals. 3.2 5.3 113.4 5.0 170. LOAD TYPE LIVE LIVE LIVE LIVE SPAN IN FEET 2. the designer should reference the most current building code applicable to the project jobsite in order to determine environmental loads.0 247.6 76.5 204.5 296.1 212. THE ABOVE LOADS ARE NOT FOR USE WHEN DESIGNING PANELS TO RESIST WIND UPLIFT.2 22 Gauge (Fy = 50 KSI) SPAN TYPE SINGLE 2-SPAN 3-SPAN 4-SPAN 1.5 4.5 165. LIVE LOAD is limited by bending.0 115. Please contact manufacturer for most current data. please contact the manufacturer.ENGINEERING Double-Lok® PANEL 24" Coverage 24" 3" 19 ³⁄₈ " ALLOWABLE UNIFORM LOADS IN POUNDS PER SQUARE FOOT 24 Gauge (Fy = 50 KSI) SPAN TYPE SINGLE 2-SPAN 3-SPAN 4-SPAN LOAD TYPE LIVE LIVE LIVE LIVE SPAN IN FEET 2.5 145.0 3.0 102. DL-6 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15. If further information or guidance regarding cold-formed design practices is desired.7 92.0 185.3 139.3 81. etc) other than those provided by the manufacturer may damage panels.3 5.5 247.6 173.5 113. Please contact manufacturer or manufacturer's website for most current allowable wind uplift loads. void all warranties.4 165. back-up. fasteners.6 4.9 185.0 79.7 4.3 97.5 112.3 111.0 170.

1313 0. 4.) 0.66 Ixe (IN. Along with this data.2718 Sxe (IN.) 4.4/FT. 3. 2. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DL-7 .) 0.1846 Maxo (KIP-IN. Along with the Specification. Sxe is for bending. the designer should reference the most current building code applicable to the project jobsite in order to determine environmental loads. All calculations for the properties of Double-Lok® panels are calculated in accordance with the 2001 edition of the North American Specification For Design Of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members.1994 0.) 3.32 1.9397 6. The Engineering data contained herein is for the expressed use of customers and design professionals.1650 0.4962 POSITIVE BENDING Sxe (IN. APRIL 15.4449 NOTES: 1.3814 0.) 0. 5.9306 5.5274 Ixe (IN.2153 Maxo (KIP-IN. Maxo is allowable bending moment. Ixe is for deflection determination. please contact the manufacturer. This Specification contains the design criteria for cold-formed steel components.3/FT.4/FT.3/FT. All values are for the one foot of panel width. If further information or guidance regarding cold-formed design practices is desired.) 0.Double-Lok® PANEL 18" Coverage 18" 3" 13 ³⁄₈ " ENGINEERING SECTION PROPERTIES NEGATIVE BENDING PANEL GAUGE 24 22 Fy (KSI) 50 50 WEIGHT (PSF) 1. it is recommended that the design professional have a copy of the most current version of the North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members published by the American Iron and Steel Institute to facilitate design.

4 151. 6.3 194.7 104.2 8.7 226. Please contact manufacturer for most current data. shear. and support plates (eave.5 142.0 272.0 329. void all warranties.9 3.0 170.0 212. Along with this data.0 122.2 172.7 226. 2.9 329. it is recommended that the design professional have a copy of the most current version of the North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members published by the American Iron and Steel Institute to facilitate design.9 3.4 5.3 5.0 170. rake. THE ABOVE LOADS ARE NOT FOR USE WHEN DESIGNING PANELS TO RESIST WIND UPLIFT.8 282. Allowable loads are based on uniform span lengths and Fy = 50 ksi. Above loads consider a maximum deflection ratio of L/180. etc) other than those provided by the manufacturer may damage panels.5 194. 4.8 4.0 171.5 108.8 282.5 151.5 230.0 163.3 4. The weight of the panel has not been deducted from the allowable loads.5 272.0 121. DL-8 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15.1 151.3 142. 5.5 4.0 4.5 247.9 147.9 329.1 22 Gauge (Fy = 50 KSI) SPAN TYPE SINGLE 2-SPAN 3-SPAN 4-SPAN 1. LOAD TYPE LIVE LIVE LIVE LIVE SPAN IN FEET 2.0 247.8 170.5 395.0 272.0 226.4 184.9 395. please contact the manufacturer. The engineering data contained herein is for the expressed use of customers and design professionals.7 3. the designer should reference the most current building code applicable to the project jobsite in order to determine environmental loads.8 131.5 212. fasteners. 7. 3.0 131. combined shear & bending.1 129. Please contact manufacturer or manufacturer's website for most current allowable wind uplift loads.7 226. This material is subject to change without notice.9 329.0 3.8 152.6 108. and will void all engineering data. back-up.5 282. The use of any field seaming equipment or accessories including but not limited to clips. Along with the Specification. If further information or guidance regarding cold-formed design practices is desired.0 5. 2007 . LIVE LOAD is limited by bending. This Specification contains the design criteria for cold-formed steel components.3 101.9 395.3 194.0 272.0 5.8 282.3 194.3 247.9 86.0 220.9 395.ENGINEERING Double-Lok® PANEL 18" Coverage 18" 3" 13 ³⁄₈ " ALLOWABLE UNIFORM LOADS IN POUNDS PER SQUARE FOOT 24 Gauge (Fy = 50 KSI) SPAN TYPE SINGLE 2-SPAN 3-SPAN 4-SPAN LOAD TYPE LIVE LIVE LIVE LIVE SPAN IN FEET 2.2 182.

4750 0.4/FT. All calculations for the properties of Double-Lok® panels are calculated in accordance with the 2001 edition of the North American Specification For Design Of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members.2317 Maxo (KIP-IN.) 4.1612 0. Ixe is for deflection determination.) 0. Along with the Specification. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DL-9 .9371 Ixe (IN.2590 0. the designer should reference the most current building code applicable to the project jobsite in order to determine environmental loads.9189 NOTES: 1. 2. 3.2979 Maxo (KIP-IN. APRIL 15.8271 6.) 6.) 0.2290 0.4/FT. If further information or guidance regarding cold-formed design practices is desired.) 0. 5.8566 8.86 Ixe (IN.6163 POSITIVE BENDING Sxe (IN. Sxe is for bending. please contact the manufacturer. The engineering data contained herein is for the expressed use of customers and design professionals.3/FT. All values are for the one foot of panel width. This Specification contains the design criteria for cold-formed steel components. Maxo is allowable bending moment.) 0. 4.3594 Sxe (IN.48 1. it is recommended that the design professional have a copy of the most current version of the North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members published by the American Iron and Steel Institute to facilitate design.3/FT. Along with this data.ENGINEERING Double-Lok® PANEL 12" Coverage 12" 3" 7 ³⁄₈" SECTION PROPERTIES NEGATIVE BENDING PANEL GAUGE 24 22 Fy (KSI) 50 50 WEIGHT (PSF) 1.

5.8 185. please contact the manufacturer. 3. 8. This Specification contains the design criteria for cold-formed steel components.5 266.1 106. The use of any field seaming equipment or accessories including but not limited to clips. Please contact manufacturer or manufacturer's website for most current allowable wind uplift loads.0 340.9 3. void all warranties. and support plates (eave.9 494.2 22 Gauge (Fy = 50 KSI) SPAN TYPE SINGLE 2-SPAN 3-SPAN 4-SPAN LOAD TYPE LIVE LIVE LIVE LIVE SPAN IN FEET 2. This material is subject to change without notice.0 408.4 262.5 424.0 201. combined shear & bending. and will void all engineering data.0 494.2 424. Allowable loads are based on uniform span lengths and Fy = 50 ksi.0 340.6 228.4 285.1 251.2 377. rake.0 182.7 291. Please contact manufacturer for most current data. the designer should reference the most current building code applicable to the project jobsite in order to determine environmental loads.9 494.2 5.0 255. If further information or guidance regarding cold-formed design practices is desired.0 3.5 424.4 133.6 5.4 NOTES: 1.2 215.ENGINEERING Double-Lok® PANEL 12" Coverage 12" 3" 7 ³⁄₈" ALLOWABLE UNIFORM LOADS IN POUNDS PER SQUARE FOOT 24 Gauge (Fy = 50 KSI) SPAN TYPE SINGLE 2-SPAN 3-SPAN 4-SPAN LOAD TYPE LIVE LIVE LIVE LIVE SPAN IN FEET 2.5 5.5 291.4 291.7 4.9 593.0 231. Above loads consider a maximum deflection ratio of L/180.0 408. The weight of the panel has not been deducted from the allowable loads. etc) other than those provided by the manufacturer may damage panels. DL-10 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15. Along with this data.5 593.9 494.1 178.9 5.9 3.2 4.5 408.5 293. 2007 . it is recommended that the design professional have a copy of the most current version of the North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members published by the American Iron and Steel Institute to facilitate design.2 289. THE ABOVE LOADS ARE NOT FOR USE WHEN DESIGNING PANELS TO RESIST WIND UPLIFT. shear. 2. 6.9 593. fasteners. 7.9 198.5 196.0 3.9 150.4 4.4 234.7 160. 4.0 237.0 124.3 337.9 593. The engineering data contained herein is for the expressed use of customers and design professionals.0 340. back-up.4 4.5 151.5 225.0 340.7 158.9 191. Along with the Specification.6 152.8 128.6 185.0 361. LIVE LOAD is limited by bending.0 371.0 408.

Galvalume Plus® (standard) Gauge . Signature® 200 White only 24 Ga. 24 PRODUCT Double-Lok® 24" Wide 18" Wide 12" Wide K G K Ga.S.Low.24" with minor ribs .Standard: 24 Optional: 22 Finishes .I. APRIL 15.I. Signature® 200 Galvalume Plus® 24 Ga. 18".ROOFING SYSTEM GENERAL DESCRIPTION 24".I. 22 Ga. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DL-11 . Other colors. specifications. 24 Ga. Signature® 300. 22 Ga. other bracing may be required to conform to A. K K K K K K K K K K G K K K K G G G K K K Signature® is a registered trademark of MBCI.no punching Minimum Slope . Therefore. CAUTION Diaphram capabilities and purlin stability are not provided by the Double-Lok® roof system. gauges.S.Signature® 200.prepunched 6 holes 18" with minor ribs . K . or A. Galvalume Plus® is a registered trademark of BIEC International G . 12" 3" Coverage Width . please inquire.Available in any quantity.Smooth or embossed with minor ribs Coatings .¹⁄₄ : 12 Panel Attachment . articulating) Panel Substrate . is available in all widths. high (floating.C. Signature® 300 Metallic PRODUCT SELECTION CHART FINISH Signature® 300 Signature® 300 Metallic 24 Ga.Minimum quantity may be required. and materials available. at any quantity. 22 Ga. 22 Ga. finishes.prepunched 5 holes 12" no minor ribs .

4.S.Low 3³⁄₈ " HW-2126 J • Maximum of 1" movement each direction • Maximum of 1" movement each direction 4³⁄₈ " 5" 1³⁄₈" 5" HW-2124 J 1³⁄₈ " HW-2122 J NOTE: DL-12 Total clip movement should be calculated for each project based on the anticipated temperature differential of the area in which the project is located. or 12" Panel 12" 18" 24" 3" • 24 or 22 gauge • Factory-applied mastic • Pre-punched (Except 12") 24" 18" J J 12" J Standard Clip. Patent No.High *Protected by U.High J Sliding Clip .Low HW-214 J 4" Sliding Clip .796. High Floating 4³⁄₈ " • Maximum of 1" movement each direction • Do not use with S-5!™ Wind Clamp Standard Clip.Low *Protected by U.S.High • Maximum of 2" movement each direction • Maximum of 2" movement each direction HW-2128 Sliding Clip . 2007 .GENERAL INFORMATION PRODUCT CHECKLIST Double-Lok® 24". Low Floating 3³⁄₈ " • Maximum of 1" movement each direction • Do not use with S-5!™ Wind Clamp 5" 5" 1³⁄₈" HW-3160 J 1³⁄₈ " HW-3140 J Articulating* Clip .403 4³ ₈" • Maximum of 1¹⁄₄" movement each direction • Do not use with S-5!™ Wind Clamp Articulating* Clip . SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15.403 3³ ₈" • Maximum of 1¹⁄₄" movement each direction • Do not use with S-5!™ Wind Clamp 1⁵ ₈" 4" 1⁵ ₈" 4" HW-216 J 4" Sliding Clip . 18". Patent No.796. 4.

655. High J • Positive panel attachment at mid-slope • 14 gauge painted • Positive panel attachment at mid-slope • 14 gauge painted 4¹⁄₁₆" ³⁄₈" 1" 1⁷⁄₈" HW-7630 (10'-0" Long) HW-2995 (8'-0" Long) J J 2¹⁄₈" 1³⁄₄" HW-7638 (10'-0" Long) HW-2997 (8'-0" Long) J J Rake Support. Low • • • • J 2¹⁄₄" HW-7610 • • • • J 1 ¹⁵⁄₁₆" ³⁄₈" 1" 4" 8'-0" length 14 gauge painted Factory slots For use with positive panel attachment at mid-slope Floating Eave Plate.Modified (24") • For use at endlaps and at the ridge with solid substrate. High • • • • 20'-0" length 14 gauge painted Factory slots For use with high clips 3 ³⁄₈" 4³⁄₈" 2 ¹⁄₂ " HW-7710 J 1¹⁄₂" HW-7720 J Back-up Plate* . • Pre-punched 1" CROSS SECTION 12" Back-up plate is not prepunched. 18" or 12") • For use at endlaps and at the ridge • Pre-punched (Except 12") • 16 gauge prepainted Back-up Plate . Low (Optional) • • • • 8'-0" length 14 gauge painted Factory slots For use with low clips Eave Plate. 2007 J J HW-7744 (12") J HW-7740 (24") HW-7742 (18") ¹⁄₈" CROSS SECTION HW-7760 J DL-13 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE .GENERAL INFORMATION PRODUCT CHECKLIST Eave Plate.S. High • • • • 8'-0" length 14 gauge painted Factory slots For use with high clips 1 ¹⁄₂" 2¹⁄₄" ³⁄₈" 1" 1 ¹⁄₂" 1" 1¹⁄₂" HW-7600 Floating Eave Plate. High 2 ⁷⁄₁₆" 1" 1 ¹⁄₂" 4" 8'-0" length 14 gauge painted Factory slots For use with positive panel attachment at mid-slope HW-7601 Mid-Slope Fixed Plate.020 APRIL 15.Standard (24". • 16’ gauge prepainted. * Protected by U. Patent No. Low • • • • 20'-0" length 14 gauge painted Factory slots For use with low clips Rake Support. 4. Low J 4¹⁄₁₆" 1³⁄₈" HW-7611 Mid-Slope Fixed Plate.

outside closures.GENERAL INFORMATION PRODUCT CHECKLIST Light Transmitting Panel. UL 90 Double-Lok® (24" wide) Reinforced/UV Resistant Acrylit Thermal Spacer • Polystyrene block used to increase the insulation capacity ³⁄₈". ⁵⁄₈" or 1" along the purlins 23⁷⁄₈" 3" Also available for 18" panels J J HW-577 (³⁄₈") J HW-575 (1") HW-576 (⁵⁄₈") • Used to fill void at minor ribs of the panel at the eave and valleys Uninsulated . eave strut. eave. • 1¹⁄₂"x180' rolls Used to hold insulation in place at the rake. • Clamp usage to be determined by a registered professional engineer. endlaps and trim connections Tri-Bead ³⁄₁₆" x ⁷⁄₈" x 25' HW-504 • Used at valleys and roof curbs EPDM Triple Bead Triple Bead ³⁄₁₆" x 2 ⁷⁄₈" x 20' HW-502 Urethane Sealant Outside Closure (24". 2007 .HW-1702 J Tape Sealer . 18". or 12") Inside Closure HW-512 J Tri-Bead J • Special applications HW-428 J J METAL • Galvalume • For use at eave HW-426 J • For use at ridge or high eave • 24 gauge • Colored HW-540 White HW-541 Gray HW-542 Bronze S-5!™ Double-Lok® Wind Clamp J J J Double Faced Tape HW-430 (24") HW-432 (18") HW-442 (12") J J J • Use at clip locations to provide additional panel uplife capacity. and at any insulation end splices HW-568 DL-14 J HW-522 J SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15.Minor Rib Pre-Cut Beveled ⁷⁄₃₂" x 1³⁄₈" x 4" Tape Sealer • Used at the eave plate.HW-1700 10'-3" LONG J Insulated .

GENERAL INFORMATION PRODUCT CHECKLIST Fastener #1 • Clip to purlin with up to 4" insulation thickness • Eave plate to eave strut • Inside closure to eave plate or eave strut • Mid-Slope Fixed Plate to Purlin • Light Transmitting panel trim Fastener #1E • Panel to eave plate. washer APRIL 15.D. eave strut. 2007 J ¹⁄₄"-20 x 1¹⁄₄" Shoulder Tek 4 ⁵⁄₁₆" Hex Washer Head. D.5 ⁵⁄₁₆" Hex Washer Head with ⁵⁄₈" O. no washer J DL-15 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE . or valley plate • Rake trim to roof panel • Outside closure • Endlap ¹⁄₄"-14 x 1" Driller ⁵⁄₁₆" Hex Washer Head with ⁵⁄₈" O. washer Fastener #1F J ¹⁄₄"-14 x 1¹⁄₄" Long Life Driller ⁵⁄₁₆" Hex Washer Head with sealing washer (Long life exterior fastener) Fastener #2A J • Clip to Purlin with over 4" insulation thickness • Use in place of Fasteners #1E and #4 at all stripouts ¹⁄₄"-14 x 1¹⁄₂" Driller ⁵⁄₁₆" Hex Washer Head with sealing washer Fastener #4 J 17 x 1" Type AB Long Life ⁵⁄₁₆" Hex Washer Head with sealing washer (Long life exterior fastener) Fastener #5 J • Ridge and other flashing to outside closure • Gutter to panel • Gutter to strap • Trim to trim connections • Rake support to purlin • Floating eave plate to eave strut ¹⁄₄"-14 x ⁷⁄₈" Lap Tek Long Life Self Driller ⁵⁄₁₆" Hex Washer Head with sealing washer (Long life exterior fastener) Fastener #6 • Clip to joist • Eave plate to beam J ¹⁄₄"-14 x 1¹⁄₄" Shoulder Tek 2 ⁵⁄₁₆" Hex Washer Head. no washer Fastener #7 • Rake support to joist • Floating eave plate to joist J 12-24 x 1¹⁄₄" Tek 4.

OSB. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE . other solid wood deck.D. and plywood 10 x 1¹⁄₂" Woodgrip ¹⁄₄" Hex Washer Head with ¹⁄₂" O. washer Fastener #12A J ¹⁄₄" x 1¹⁄₄" Nail Drive Masonry Anchor Fastener #14 • Gutter strap to snow gutter • Trim to trim connections J • Support plate to purlins at valley and hip conditions • Rake angle to purlins 12 x 1" Pancake Head Driller #2 Quadrex Drive Pancake Head Fastener #14A J • Snow gutter to eave plate • Outside closure to backup angle at hip condition ¹⁄₈" x ³⁄₁₆" Pop Rivet Fastener #46 J • Special Application Fastener • Endlap over solid deck or rigid insulation ¹⁄₈" x ³⁄₈" Pop Rivet Fastener #226 • Dekstrip to expansion ridge/expansion lap J ¹⁄₄"-14 x ⁵⁄₈" Long Life Type B ⁵⁄₁₆" Hex Washer Head with Sealing Washer Fastener #228 J • Dekstrip to expansion ridge/expansion lap ³⁄₁₆" x ⁹⁄₁₆" Rivet Cendalum Closed End Rivet DL-16 J 10 x ¹⁄₂" Aluminum Grommet Washer J APRIL 15.GENERAL INFORMATION PRODUCT CHECKLIST Fastener #8 • Special application fastener • For use on 2 x 4 lath and other solid wood deck (Not for use in plywood) Fastener #9 • Special application fastener • For use on 2 x 4 lath.D. washer Fastener #10 J 10 x 1¹⁄₂" Long Life Woodgrip ⁵⁄₁₆"Hex Washer Head with sealing washer Fastener #11 J • Special application fastener • For use on structural steel up to ¹⁄₂" thick • Requires pre-drilled hole • Special application fastener • For use on masonry ¹⁄₄"-14 x 1" Type B ³⁄₈" Hex Washer Head with ⁵⁄₈" O.

GENERAL INFORMATION
PREPARATORY REQUIREMENTS
1. A single pitch eave strut must be used with the Double-Lok® roof system. 2. Make sure a rake angle or an alternate structural flat surface has been installed on top of the purlins to accept the “Rake Support”. 3. The walls do not have to be erected before the roof is installed. However, for the purpose of this manual, we have assumed that the wall panels have been installed. 4. All primary and secondary framing must be erected, plumbed and squared with bolts tightened according to accepted building practices. 5. The substructure (eave to ridge) must be on plane with a tolerance of ¹⁄₄" in 20' and ³⁄₈" in 40'. 6. 7. 8. Double-Lok® can be erected on various types of construction. However, for the purpose of this manual, we have assumed that the roof will be installed on a new, pre-engineered metal building. Double-Lok® roof panels can be furnished in 24", 18", and 12" widths. However, for the purpose of this manual, we have assumed that the roof panels will be 24" wide. It is critical that the purlins or joists at the ridge and endlaps be exactly located as detailed in this manual and that they are straight from rafter to rafter. Any mislocation or bowing of these members can cause the fasteners at the endlaps or outside closures to foul the purlin or the back-up plate to foul the clip as the panels expand and contract. Oil canning is not a cause for rejection. Peak purlin spacing (from the centerline of the building) - 12" (For use with Ridge Flash FL-213 and FL-214) or 16" (Use with BFL-675) or a 9" or 12" Ridge vent. For the purpose of this manual, we have assumed that this is a standard roof. If your roof is to be UL 90 rated, see special UL 90 requirements on page DL-4. Read recommended erection practices on pages DL-43 and DL-44 before proceeding with roof installation. The manufacturer recommends the use of a screw gun with a speed range of 0 - 2000 RPM to properly install all fasteners referenced in this manual. Tools rated to 4000 RPM should never be used for self drilling fasteners typically supplied with metal building components. Field cutting of the panels should be avoided where possible. If field cutting is required, the panels must be cut with nibblers, snips, or shears to prevent edge rusting. Do not cut the panels with saws, abrasive blades, grinders, or torches.

9. 10. 11. 12.

13.

NOTE
It is the responsibility of the erector to install this roof using safe construction practices that are in compliance with OSHA regulations. The manufacturer is not responsible for the performance of this roof system if it is not installed in accordance with the instructions shown in this manual. Deviations from these instructions and details must be approved in writing by the manufacturer.

CAUTION
Diaphragm capabilities and purlin stability are not provided by the Double-Lok® roof system. Therefore, other bracing may be required.

CAUTION
The minimum recommended slope for the roof system is ¹⁄₄ on 12. A slope of less than ¹⁄₄ on 12 could cause severe ponding and will void material warranties.

CAUTION
Application and design details are for illustration purposes only, and may not be appropriate for all environmental conditions or building designs. Projects should be engineered to conform to applicable building codes, regulations, and accepted industry practices. WARNING: Light transmitting panels are not designed or intended to bear the weight of any person walking, stepping, standing or resting on them. THE MANUFACTURER DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, that any person can safely walk, step, stand or rest on or near these light transmitting panels or that they comply with any OSHA regulation.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
UNLOADING
Upon receiving material, check shipment against shipping list for shortages and damages. The manufacturer will not be responsible for shortages or damages unless they are noted on the shipping list.

Each bundle should be lifted at its center of gravity. Where possible, bundles should remain banded until final placement on roof. If bundles must be opened, they should be retied before lifting.
RIGHT WAY

WRONG WAY

X

When lifting bundles with a crane, a spreader bar and nylon straps should be used. NEVER USE WIRE ROPE OR CHAIN SLINGS. THEY WILL DAMAGE THE PANELS.

5' Minimum

When lifting bundles with a forklift, forks must be a minimum of five feet apart. Do not transport open bundles. Drive slowly when crossing rough terrain to prevent panel buckling. DO NOT DENT OR PING PANELS.
RIGHT WAY

WRONG WAY

X

CAUTION
Improper unloading and handling of bundles and crates may cause bodily injury or material damage. The manufacturer is not responsible for bodily injuries or material damages during unloading and storage.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15, 2007

DL-18

GENERAL INFORMATION
HANDLING/PANEL STORAGE
10' to 12' 10' to 12' 5'

Standing on one side of the panel, lift it by the seam. If the panel is over 10' long, lift it with two or more people on one side of the panel to prevent buckling. Do not pick panels up by the ends.

RIGHT WAY

NOTE
Protective gloves and safety glasses should always be used while handling panels. OSHA safety regulations must be followed at all times.

WRONG WAY

Store bundled sheets off the ground sufficiently high enough to allow air circulation beneath bundle and to prevent rising water from entering bundle. Slightly elevate one end of bundle. Prevent rain from entering bundle by covering with tarpaulin, making provision for air circulation between draped edges of tarpaulin and the ground. PROLONGED STORAGE OF SHEETS IN A BUNDLE IS NOT RECOMMENDED. If conditions do not permit immediate erection, extra care should be taken to protect sheets from staining or water marks. Check to see that moisture has not formed inside the bundles during shipment. If moisture is present, panels should be uncrated and wiped dry, then restacked and loosely covered so that air can circulate between the panels.

BAND ONLY
This method is used on all orders, unless otherwise specified by customer. The panels are banded together, causing them to curl up. This enhances the strength of the bundles. Panels bundled in this manner may be handled by a forklift in lengths to 30'. The forklift should have at least 5' between forks. Lengths in excess of 30' must be lifted utilizing a spreader bar. Special care must be given during handling to avoid damage to the locking edges of the panels.

APRIL 15, 2007

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DL-19

ERECTION SEQUENCE STEP 1 RAKE SUPPORT RAKE SUPPORT FASTENER AT 24" O. AND BOLTS TIGHTENED PRIOR TO SHEETING. CAUTION It is important that shoulder fasteners are installed through the CENTER of the slotted holes of the rake support to allow for expansion and contraction. STEEL LINE RAKE SUPPORT 2" X 4" RAKE ANGLE FASTENER #12A RAKE SUPPORT FASTENER AT 24" O. This will help hold the insulation in place at the rake. PURLIN CAUTION ALL PRIMARY AND SECONDARY FRAMING SHOULD BE ERECTED. PLUMBED. The vertical leg is to be installed square with the eave.C. DOUBLE FACED TAPE * RAKE SUPPORT RAKE SUPPORT FASTENER • Purlins. Attach the rake support on top of the rake angle with the proper self-drilling fasteners on 2'-0" centers with a fastener in the first and last prepunched slot. Install 6" pieces of double faced tape(not by building manufacturer) on 3'-0" centers to the top of the horizontal leg of the rake support. 2007 *Not by Building Manufacturer DL-20 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE .C.Fastener #5 • Joists. APRIL 15.Fastener #7 2³⁄₄" IT IS IMPORTANT THAT THE RAKE SUPPORT IS INSTALLED STRAIGHT AND SQUARE WITH THE EAVE AS IT CONTROLS THE ALIGNMENT OF THE ROOF SYSTEM. Center fasteners in slots.

ERECTION SEQUENCE TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER FLAT EAVE TRIM FASTENER #14 AT 5'-0 O. Double faced tape must be upslope from Tri-Bead tape sealer. Apply two beads of urethane sealant between the trim pieces. For applications in which the wall panels have not been erected.C. install flat eave trim or offset panel cap trim to the eave strut with Fastener #14. Lay Tri-Bead tape sealer on top of the panel cap trim (flat eave or offset). 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE NOTE Refer to building erection drawings. use offset panel cap trim.C. approximately 1" from the end of the bottom piece. DL-21 . WALL PANEL INSTALLED BEFORE ROOF TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER OFFSET PANEL CAP TRIM FASTENER #14 AT 5'-0 O. Install double faced tape along the length of the top leg of the panel cap trim (flat eave or offset). * DOUBLE FACED TAPE STEP 2 LOW SYSTEM EAVE For applications in which the wall panels have already been erected.C. 1" 2" LAP URETHANE SEALANT URETHANE SEALANT FLAT EAVE TRIM ENDLAP DETAIL 2" LAP 1" OFFSET PANEL CAP TRIM ENDLAP DETAIL *Not by Building Manufacturer APRIL 15. bill of materials or shipping list for the type and style of eave trim. WALL PANEL EAVE STRUT FASTENER #14 AT 5'-0 O. * DOUBLE FACED TAPE EAVE STRUT WALL PANEL INSTALLED BEFORE OR AFTER ROOF FLAT EAVE TRIM OFFSET PANEL CAP TRIM Lap flat eave or offset panel cap trim 2". Trim must be pulled tight to wall panels before fastening to eave strut.

laying the side of the insulation on top of the rake support. attaching each with Fastener #1. SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15. The first fastener should be installed through the slotted hole to allow for any adjustment that may be required. These may be pre-taped before installation. * DOUBLE FACED TAPE Using Fastener #1. 2007 *Not by Building Manufacturer DL-22 . NOTE THAT THE FIRST INSIDE CLOSURE MUST BE FIELD CUT IN HALF TO FILL THE VOID UNDER THE PARTIAL RIB. Install two fasteners per closure. Measure from tab to tab located on the metal inside closure.C. FLAT EAVE TRIM CAUTION: The fiberglass insulation must not interfere with the Tri-Bead tape sealer which provides a positive seal at the eave. Allow approximately 4" of insulation to hang past the double faced tape (downslope) before sticking the insulation to the double faced tape. Place Tri-Bead tape sealer on the top and side of each closure to complete the seal at the eave.ERECTION SEQUENCE STEP 2A LOW SYSTEM EAVE/METAL INSIDE CLOSURE FASTENER #1 METAL INSIDE CLOSURE TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER FLAT EAVE TRIM FASTENER #14 AT 5'-0 O. Locate additional closures on 24" centers from the first closure to maintain panel module. EAVE STRUT WALL PANEL FASTENER #14 AT 5'-0 O. bill of materials or shipping list for the type and style of eave trim. The first roll should be 3' wide. Roll out insulation from eave to peak. 24" ON CENTER TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER CUT FIBERGLASS FROM VAPOR BARRIER AND FOLD VAPOR BARRIER OVER * DOUBLE FACED TAPE NOTE Refer to building erection drawings. locating the face of the inside closure with the steel line. This will keep insulation sidelaps 1' from panel sidelaps. metal inside closures must be installed at 24" centers. attach the first inside closure to the eave strut. Cut and remove the fiberglass approximately 4" and fold the vapor barrier back over the insulation (upslope).C. To maintain panel module.

Place an 8” length of triple bead tape sealer at each butt joint. FLAT EAVE TRIM ENDLAP DETAIL *Not by Building Manufacturer APRIL 15.C. Lay Tri-Bead tape sealer across the top of the eave plates. Be sure to butt each eave plate end to end without leaving a gap between the plates. Install double faced tape along the length of the bottom leg of the eave plate. Apply two beads of urethane sealant between the trim pieces.C. The first eave plate will butt against the rake support. WALL PANEL INSTALLED BEFORE OR AFTER ROOF (FIXED EAVE) FLAT EAVE TRIM NOTE Refer to building erection drawings. bill of materials or shipping list for the type and style of eave trim. The first eave plate will butt against the rake support. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DL-23 .C. Install Fastener #1 in prepunched slot (1'-0" on center) of the eave plate. Install flat eave trim to the top of the eave plates with Fastener #14 at 5’-0" on center. approximately 1" from the end of the bottom piece. Be sure to butt each eave plate end to end without leaving a gap between the plates. Trim must be pulled tight to wall panels before fastening to eave plates. EAVE STRUT Wall Panels Installed After Roof Install flat eave trim to eave strut with Fastener #14 at 5’-0" on center. flush with the outside edge. Install high eave plates flush with the outside of the flat eave trim. 1" 2" LAP URETHANE SEALANT Trim Laps Lap flat eave trim or offset panel cap trim 2". You may install all of the eave plates at this time. WALL PANEL FASTENER #14 AT 5'-0 O. Place an 8” length of triple bead tape sealer at each butt joint. Lay Tri-Bead tape sealer across the top of the flat eave trim. WALL PANEL INSTALLED BEFORE ROOF (FIXED EAVE) HIGH EAVE PLATE TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER FLAT EAVE TRIM FASTENER #1 TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER * DOUBLE FACED TAPE FASTENER #14 AT 5'-0 O. Install double faced tape along the length of the top leg of the flat eave trim.ERECTION SEQUENCE 2³⁄₄" STEP 2B HIGH SYSTEM EAVE Wall Panels Installed Before Roof RAKE SUPPORT FASTENER #1 EAVE STRUT EAVE PLATE TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER FLAT EAVE TRIM FASTENER #14 AT 5'-0 O. You may install all of the eave plates at this time. Double faced tape must be upslope from the Tri-Bead tape sealer. Install Fastener #1 in each prepunched slot (1'-0" on center) of the eave plate. flush with the outside edge. FASTENER #1 * DOUBLE FACED TAPE HIGH EAVE PLATE EAVE STRUT Install high eave plates flush with the outside of the high crowns of the wall panels.

Cut and remove the fiberglass approximately 4" and fold the vapor barrier back over the insulation (upslope).C. Place Tri-Bead tape sealer on the top and side of each closure to complete the seal at the eave. attach the first inside closure to the eave plate. Roll out insulation from eave to peak. locating the face of the inside closure with the downslope edge of the eave plate. Measure from tab to tab located on the metal inside closure. attaching each with Fastener #1. Allow approximately 4" of insulation to hang past the double faced tape (downslope) before sticking the insulation to the double faced tape. To maintain panel module. HIGH EAVE PLATE WALL PANEL 24" ON CENTER TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER EAVE STRUT * DOUBLE FACED TAPE METAL INSIDE CLOSURE HIGH EAVE PLATE FLAT EAVE TRIM NOTE Refer to building erection drawings. SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15.C. These may be pre-taped before installation. metal inside closures must be installed on 24" centers. The first roll should be 3' wide. bill of materials or shipping list for the type and style of eave trim.ERECTION SEQUENCE STEP 2C HIGH SYSTEM EAVE/METAL INSIDE CLOSURE Using Fastener #1. FASTENER #1 TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER FLAT EAVE TRIM FASTENER #14 AT 5'-0 O. laying the side of the insulation on top of the rake support. 2007 *Not by Building Manufacturer DL-24 . The first fastener should be installed through the slotted hole to allow for any adjustment that may be required. CAUTION: The fiberglass insulation must not interfere with the Tri-Bead tape sealer which provides a positive seal at the eave. Install two fasteners per closure. Locate additional closures on 24" centers from the first closure to maintain panel module. This will keep insulation sidelaps 1' from panel sidelaps. NOTE THAT THE FIRST INSIDE CLOSURE MUST BE FIELD CUT IN HALF TO FILL THE VOID UNDER THE PARTIAL RIB. * DOUBLE FACED TAPE FASTENER #1 FASTENER #14 AT 5'-0 O.

The thermal spacer increases the insulation capacity along the purlins. *Not by Building Manufacturer APRIL 15. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DL-25 .ERECTION SEQUENCE 24" ON CENTER STEP 3 THERMAL SPACER (FOR HIGH SYSTEM ONLY) REFER TO PAGE DL-3 TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER Position the thermal spacer on top of the insulation over each purlin and against the rake support prior to installing the roof panel. bill of materials or shipping list for the type and style of eave trim. * DOUBLE FACED TAPE 6" LONG PIECES @ 3'-0" ON CENTER RAKE SUPPORT THERMAL SPACER * SPRAY ADHESIVE Using spray adhesive. (not by building manufacturer) adhere the thermal spacer to the insulation. * DOUBLE FACED TAPE HIGH EAVE PLATE FLAT EAVE TRIM TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER INSULATION THERMAL SPACER NOTE Refer to building erection drawings.

Fasteners must go through rake support (Fastener #1E). bill of materials or shipping list for the type and style of eave trim. FOR A BUILDING WITH SCULPTURED EAVE TRIM. Oil canning is not a cause for rejection. Position so that this tape sealer will cross the Tri-Bead tape sealer on the eave trim (for low systems) or on the high eave plate (for high systems) when the panel is installed.ERECTION SEQUENCE STEP 4 1 FIRST PANEL TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER MINOR RIB TAPE SEALER Apply minor rib tape sealer to the underside of the minor ribs of the panel. The panel will not be fastened permanently to the rake support until the rake trim is installed. To prevent wind damage. THE PREPUNCHED HOLES WILL BE USED TO ATTACH THE EAVE TRIM TO THE PANEL. Lay the female lip of the panel over the rake support. SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15. embossing and installation over a solid deck minimize oil canning. 7" Position the panel so that it overhangs the eave strut as shown by the building details. secure the female lip to the rake support with a "C" clamp or temporary fasteners. NOTE Refer to building erection drawings. 2007 *Not by Building Manufacturer DL-26 . CAUTION Heavier gauges. SEE BUILDING DETAILS STEEL LINE FASTENER #1 TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER METAL INSIDE CLOSURE TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER BOX PANEL CAP TRIM WALL PANEL EAVE STRUT * DOUBLE FACED TAPE FASTENER #14 INSULATION PREPUNCHED PANEL HOLES AT THE EAVE ARE INTENDED TO BE PART OF THE GUTTER OVERHANG AND WILL BE HIDDEN BY THE GUTTER. Industry standard is a minimum 24 gauge material. The upper end of the panel must be 7" beyond the web of the purlin.

APRIL 15. 1 FIRST PANEL (Continued) Attach the panel to the eave strut and metal inside closures with Fastener #1E. CAUTION Do not. WITH THE PROPER INSTALLATION OF THE INSIDE CLOSURES AND BY INSTALLING FASTENERS IN THE PROPER SEQUENCE. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DL-27 . The roof panel may not support the weight of a man at these locations and could affect panel module. Eight fasteners are required at this location. under any circumstance. step on the panel at the seam or at the panel ends until the adjacent side. FASTENER #1E ALL LOCATIONS 1 2 8 7 6 5 3 4 NOTE: IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT THE ERECTOR MAINTAIN A 24" MODULE AT THE EAVE.ERECTION SEQUENCE STEP 4 CONT. CAUTION The roof should be swept clean of any drill shavings at the end of each day to prevent rust. end panels or eave fasteners are fully attached.

CAUTION Forcing the tape sealer back into the corners will lessen the thickness of the tape sealer where it is needed most. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE .S. TAPE SEALER ON MALE LEG Place Tri-Bead tape sealer over the entire width of the panel.ERECTION SEQUENCE STEP 5 FIELD MODIFY (FIRST RUN ONLY) 1 LOW SYSTEM CUT AND REMOVE HIGH SYSTEM CUT AND REMOVE BACK-UP PLATE* Slide a back-up plate* onto end of panel. Patent No. following the panel configuration. 4.020.655. RIGHT WAY DL-28 WRONG WAY * Protected by U. make sure the teeth on top of the back-up plate* are on top of the panel. CUT AND BEND NOTE All back-up plates* on first panel run will require field modification to avoid fouling rake support. It must be centered directly over the pre-punched holes. Visually check to see that the holes in the panel align with the holes in the back-up plate*. APRIL 15.

NOTE • When properly positioned.Fastener #6 (Two fasteners per clip) CAUTION For UL 90 Roofs. 24" CLIP FASTENER Purlins . as shown. the vertical legs of the upper and lower sections of the clip will be pointed upward. Install clips on all remaining purlins.ERECTION SEQUENCE STEP 6 1 CLIP INSTALLATION Before installing the first clip. 4. Patent No. a new clip must be used. If. DO NOT REMOVE FASTENER WASHER. IMPORTANT As each clip is installed. • Position the clip over the male leg of the panel as shown. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DL-29 . Install a clip on the male leg of the panel at the endlap. for some reason. CAUTION The panel clip has factory applied mastic in the upper lip.655. clamp the male side of the panel to the side of the back-up plate* with a pair of Vise-Grip® locking pliers. This mastic is compressed when the clip is rotated in place. position the base firmly against the purlin flange.Fastener #1 or #1F Joists .S. • With the uppper clip firmly seated. a clip must be removed. APRIL 15.020. FASTENER #1 The floating clip is designed so it can only be properly seated when the upper portion of the clip (the tab) is centered on the base. This should be the first clip installed as it controls the 24" module for the remainder of the panel. and rotate clip downward. * Protected by U. maintain a 24" panel module. see page DL-4 for special requirements. This will help maintain panel module at the endlaps.

Patent No. Install Fastener #1E in the hole by the female leg. 2007 .020. DL-30 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15. Once this is accomplished. 4.S. CAUTION The roof should be swept clean of any drill shavings at the end of each day to prevent rust. DOWN SLOPE AD TRI-BE T EALAN TAPE S C PANEL LIP R #1F ER #1 O FASTEN ED) UIR (2 REQ 3" Remove awl and insert in the middle hole nearest the male leg. Using an awl. * Protected by U. while holding male side of panel up away from the tape sealer.655. Make sure the panel notches are aligned.ERECTION SEQUENCE STEP 7 3" 2 1 ENDLAP-PANEL NOTE Step 7 applies only where more than one panel is used in a single slope. rotate the male side of the upper panel down to rest on the Vise-Grip® locking pliers. align the hole nearest the female side of the top panel with the corresponding hole in the lower panel and the back-up plate*. 4" 3" Position female lip of upper panel over rake support.

655. 6.020.S. 7. 5. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DL-31 .ERECTION SEQUENCE STEP 8 3" 2 1 STANDARD ENDLAP NOTE Step 8 applies only where more than one panel is used in a single slope. * Protected by U. FASTENER #1E ALL LOCATIONS 7 1 4 3 2 5 6 8 Install Fastener #1E in sequence 2 and 3. 8. Repeat the endlap procedures as required for each panel until the ridge or high eave is reached. FASTENER SEQUENCE FIRST RUN . All holes in the upper and lower panels and the back-up plate* should now be aligned. 4. Patent No. Make sure that the panel notches are aligned. Remove Vise-Grip® locking pliers and install remaining fasteners in sequence 4.ENDLAP FASTENER #1E ³⁄₄" TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER APPLY TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER OVER THE NOTCHED PORTION OF THE MALE LEGS. APRIL 15.

S. CAUTION Placing the tape sealer over the male leg of the panel is important. Without it. The back-up plate* is necessary to maintain panel module. DO NOT INSTALL TAPE SEALER ACROSS PANEL AT RIDGE AT THIS TIME. FASTENER #1E Install Tri-Bead tape sealer across the profile of the male leg at the ridge.655. Temporarily fasten the panel to the back-up plate* with Fastener #1E in the prepunched hole adjacent to each panel rib. 2007 . water could be driven behind the outside closure by a strong wind. Patent No.ERECTION SEQUENCE STEP 9 3 2 1 RIDGE PANEL At the ridge. This tape sealer will be centered 1¹⁄₂" from end of panel. * Protected by U. install a back-up plate* as in Step 5. 4. FASTENER #1E Install clips on ridge panel as in Step 6.020. DL-32 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15. which is also in alignment with the prepunched holes.

Install Fastener #1E at eave in the recommended sequence. Rotate the panel down. DL-33 APRIL 15. Install the next run of insulation and another inside closure using Fastener #1. lay the female lip on top of the male leg of the adjacent panel and align it flush at the eave. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE .EAVE The roof should be swept clean of any drill shaving at the end of each day to prevent rust. The second run of roof is now ready to install. Eight fasteners are required at this location. CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN TO AVOID PULLING THE FACTORY APPLIED MASTIC FROM THE FEMALE LIP. visually checking that the female lip is engaged onto the male leg of the adjacent panel along its entire length.ERECTION SEQUENCE STEP 10 3 2 1 4 SUBSEQUENT RUNS EAVE Apply tape sealer to the male leg of the first panel run directly over the inside closure. METAL INSIDE CLOSURE TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER Holding the male side of the next panel up. FASTENER #1E ALL LOCATIONS 1 2 3 8 7 6 5 4 CAUTION FASTENER SEQUENCE SUBSEQUENT RUNS . IF THE PANEL MUST BE RAISED FOR FURTHER ALIGNMENT. This will prevent water infiltration through the end of the seam.

Patent No. This procedure will assist in maintaining a 24" panel module. Install upper panel as described in Steps 7 & 8. 4. Install clips as described in Step 6. DL-34 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15.655. 2007 . However.ENDLAP * Protected by U.020. on this and all subsequent runs. FASTENER SEQUENCE SUBSEQUENT RUNS .S. care must be taken to engage the tab on the side of the back-up plate* into the slot of the adjacent back-up plate*.ERECTION SEQUENCE COMPLETE ENGAGEMENT OF BACK-UP PLATES STEP 11 3 2 5 1 4 SUBSEQUENT RUNS ENDLAP Install back-up plate* and tape sealer as in Step 5. FASTENER #1E ALL LOCATIONS 7 1 3 2 4 5 6 8 Repeat the endlap procedures as required for each panel until the ridge is reached.

S.020. taking care to engage the tab on the side with the slot on the adjacent back-up plate*.ERECTION SEQUENCE STEP 12 3 6 2 5 1 4 SUBSEQUENT RUNS RIDGE Install back-up plate*. water could be driven behind the outside closure by a strong wind. FASTENER #1E Install temporary Fastener #1E and Tri-Bead tape sealer as described in Step 9.655. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DL-35 . without it. * Protected by U. CAUTION Installing tape sealer to the male leg is important. 4. APRIL 15. Patent No. Install clips as described in Step 6.

IF THE SEAMER IS NOT PRODUCING A FINISHED SEAM IDENTICAL TO THE CROSS SECTION PICTURED. Clean dirt. 3. If the roof is being installed from right to left. If the roof is being installed from left to right. APRIL 15. 2007 CAUTION The use of any field seaming machine other than that provided by the manufacturer may damage the panels. Locate power source and check against power requirements in field manual. Panels do not have to be seamed as they are installed. the seamer will run from ridge to eave. Cross Section of Finished Seam (Actual Size) INSPECTION OF SEAM A visual inspection of the seam should be made to determine if the seam is forming properly. READ THE SEAMER MANUAL THOROUGHLY BEFORE STARTING THE SEAMING OPERATION. However. STOP AT ONCE AND CALL THE MANUFACTURER. THE ERECTOR WILL BE HELD LIABLE FOR ANY COSTS INCURRED FOR REPLACEMENT OR REPAIR.ERECTION SEQUENCE STEP 13 SEAMING PANEL SIDELAPS The seamer comes in a specially designed box accompanied by a field manual and a hand seaming tool. 2. Locate seamer box. Check seam against the cross section provided. void all warranties and will void all engineering data. 4. to prevent panel separation by a strong wind. the seamer will run from eave to ridge. stand at the eave and look upslope. DL-36 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE . DIRECTION OF ROOF INSTALLATION DIRECTION OF ROOF INSTALLATION PRE-SEAMING INFORMATION 1. Check seams for proper engagement. ⁵⁄₁₆ " ¹⁄₁₆ " ⁵⁄₈ " ¹⁄₁₆ " SEAMING OPERATION To determine the direction of the seaming process. 5. debris and excess sealant from seams and panel surfaces to avoid interfering with the seaming operation. ALL PANELS SHOULD BE SEAMED AT THE END OF EACH DAY. panels should be seamed as soon as possible. Assemble hand seaming tool. FAILURE TO ADHERE TO THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY AND DAMAGE TO THE SEAMER AND/OR PANELS.

Rotate the forming arm under the handle to produce 6" of finished PHASE 2 seam. Align the edge of the hand tool with the end of the panel. Align the edge of the hand tool with the end of the panel.ERECTION SEQUENCE STEP 13 CONT. Failure to follow these guidelines will result in damaged seams. Set hand tool onto seam making sure seam is in the PHASE 2 ACTION slot. BEGINNING PHASE 2 ACTION PHASE 1 ACTION (FEMALE LIP CRIMPED) PHASE 2 ACTION (FINISHED SEAM) 6" FINISHED PHASE 2 ACTION 24” The seam is now ready to accept the electric seamer. APRIL 15. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DL-37 . The relationship of this 6" of finished seam to the 24" of crimped seam is critical to the proper alignment of the rolls in the electric seamer. This should be done once per rib. SEAMING OPERATION CAUTION HANDLE HANDLE It is critical that the panel seams are crimped and folded as shown before using the electric seamer. This should be done four times along the seam for a total of 24" HANDLE HANDLE FORMING ARM GREASE FITTINGS FORMING ARM Return to the end of the panel to begin PHASE 2 ACTION. set the hand tool on the seam making sure seam is in the PHASE 1 ACTION slot. Rotate the forming arm under the handle to produce 6" of PHASE 1 seam. FORMING ARM FORMING ARM GREASE FITTINGS BEGINNING PHASE 1 ACTION FINISHED PHASE 1 ACTION To begin seaming with hand tool.

28069 DL-38 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15. fold and finish the seam. Check to see that the last roll of the seamer is on the finished portion of the seam and the other rolls are on the crimped portion of the seam. LOCKING ARM CAUTION Seamer motor is equipped with 15 amp circuit breaker. Repeat this procedure for all panels. Then. Disengage locking arm and remove the electric seamer. The manufacturer will not be responsible for motor damage if above instructions are not adhered to.ERECTION SEQUENCE STAGE 1 ONLY (FEMALE LIP CRIMPED) STEP 13 CONT. 18" STAGES 1 AND 2 (FINISHED SEAM) 6" SEAMING OPERATION The seam is now ready to accept the electric seamer. CAUTION Seamer operation should be closely supervised at all times. PLEASE CALL 877713-6224 EXT. using the second stage of the hand tool. IF DIFFICULTY ARISES USING THE SEAMING MACHINE. Finish seam with hand tool by first crimping the remaining portion of female lip. Stop seamer about one foot from ridge. 2007 . The rear wheels should be at the edge of the panel. A SE MI NG IO CT RE I D N Set seamer on seam with the locking arm up and to open side of the seam. A safety cable should be attached to the seamer. Extension cord wire size must be 10 gauge and no longer than 200' from power source. Push the locking arm down to engage the rolls and turn the seamer on.

or 12" panels on the last run. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DL-39 . with the exception of the first and the last 6" of each panel. The first two rolls will be under the unflattened portion of the seam.8" away from the rake support due to an out-of-square condition or other factors. Raise locking bar and remove seamer. Use hand tool to finish the unflattened portion of the male leg at the eave. install rake support along steel line. This system allows for the roof to be trimmed in the high. It must be supported during this operation. APRIL 15. This will lock the clips in place and flatten the male leg.) With locking bar up.ERECTION SEQUENCE 6" DO NOT CRIMP THIS AREA RAKE SUPPORT SEAMER DIRECTION STEP 14 3 6 2 5 1 4 LAST PANEL RUN This roof system is designed to finish in the high on even footage buildings by using 24". Install panels as usual. Use the hand tool to flatten the male leg 6" from the starting end. 18". 6" START SEAMER 6" FROM END OF PANEL STOP SEAMER 6" FROM END OF PANEL 6" FLATTENING MALE LEG BEFORE PANEL INSTALLATION 6" FLATTEN WITH HAND TOOL 9" 6" FINISHING WITH HAND TOOL AFTER PANEL INSTALLATION FINISHING OFF MODULE 4" MIN 8" MAX VARIABLE TERMINATION TRIM MINIMUM 1" RAKE TRIM If the panel ends 4" . simply install the panel clips and run seamer over male leg. Lower locking bar and run seamer to within 6" of the end of the panel. (Refer to legend plate on seamer to determine the end that the seamer will start from. PREPARING PANEL FOR SEAMER WITH HAND TOOL STEEL LINE With insulation in place. FINISHING ON MODULE If your roof is finishing on module. Repeat this procedure for all panels. place seamer on male leg so that the last two rolls of the seamer are on the flattened portion of the seam. FOLD BACK VINYL CAUTION The seamer will not support itself while flattening the male leg on the last run. the male leg of the last panel run will need to be flattened before installation. This will allow for proper panel engagement at endlaps once panels are installed. ridge and endlaps.

field cut and bend a 3" vertical leg on the panel. Temporarily fasten the formed leg of the panel to the rake support with Vice Grips®. DL-40 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15. PARTIAL PANEL (6" TO 18" SPACE PANEL MUST BE FIELD FORMED) FIELD FORM PANEL TO FIT FINAL DIMENSION RAKE SUPPORT FOLD BACK VINYL After laying the last insulation run. or temporary fasteners (#1E). 2007 . PARTIAL PANEL (18" TO 23" SPACE PANEL MUST BE FIELD FORMED) CAUTION The roof should be swept clean of any drill shavings at the end of each day to prevent rust. Odd length buildings and variations in erection practices may dictate that an alternate detail be used.ERECTION SEQUENCE FIELD FORM PANEL TO FIT FINAL DIMENSION RAKE SUPPORT FOLD BACK VINYL STEP 14A 3 6 2 5 1 4 LAST PANEL RUN (OPTIONAL) FASTENER #5 FASTENER #12 The roof is designed to finish in the high on even footage buildings. install the field formed panel. 6" TO 18" FULL PANEL When terminating in an odd dimension. 5" The combination of field formed panel and Variable Termination Trim may be used to accommodate large dimensions as shown. FASTENER #5 VARIABLE TERMINATION TRIM 18" TO 23" 18" MAX.

This tab should be attached to the panel with Fastener #1E. Using an awl. URETHANE SEALANT BETWEEN OUTSIDE CLOSURE TABS FASTENER #1E Push the other end of the outside closure into position and align the holes with the awl. the final outside closure on the last panel will require field modification as well. align the first hole on the female side of the outside closure with the corresponding hole in the panel and back-up plate. RAKE SUPPORT TAPE SEALANT FASTENER #1E BACK-UP PLATE (FIELD MODIFIED) TAPE SEALANT Install Fastener #1E in remaining hole at the panel seam of all outside closures. APRIL 15. covering the prepunched holes. return to first panel run at the ridge. Install all outside closures on both sides of the ridge. A tab should be formed on the end of the outside closure for attachment to the upturned leg of the roof panel (field formed). Use urethane sealant to fill any voids around panel seam on upslope side of outside closure. Do not install the panel seam fastener at this time. URETHANE SEALANT AS REQUIRED FASTENER #1E FIELD CUT AND BEND FASTENER #1E (2 REQUIRED) FIELD FORMED TAB UPTURNED PANEL LEG If the last panel run was field modified. Remove temporary fasteners from panel and install TriBead tape sealer across full width of panel. Remove the awl and install Fastener #1E in all remaining holes except for the hole at the panel seam. The fastener installed in the top hole must go through the panel seam and the corresponding hole of the adjacent outside closure.ERECTION SEQUENCE STEP 15 OUTSIDE CLOSURE After all panel runs are installed and seamed. two required. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DL-41 . Remove the awl and install Fastener #1E in this hole. FASTENER #1E Rotate outside closure into position contacting the female side of the panel first.

Fasten the ridge flashing to the outside closures with Fastener #4. Leave 6" unfastened on each end to allow for the rake trim to be installed later. Install a fastener 1¹⁄₂" from panel seam on both sides of panel. FASTENER #4 OUTSIDE CLOSURE 24" TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER FASTENER SEQUENCE DL-42 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15. Four fasteners are required at each panel. DO NOT FASTEN THROUGH THE LOCK OF THE STANDING SEAM. TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER OUTSIDE CLOSURE FASTENER #4 6" MINIMUM RIDGE FLASH 1¹⁄₄" PLUS WALL THICKNESS RIDGE FLASH 1¹⁄₂" 7" 7" 7" 1¹⁄₂" 1¹⁄₂" Install the ridge flashing starting and ending 1¹⁄₄" plus wall thickness outside the steel line.ERECTION SEQUENCE STEP 16 URETHANE SEALANT AS REQUIRED TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER RIDGE-OUTSIDE CLOSURE/FLASHING Apply Tri-Bead tape sealer to the top of the outside closure. 2007 . Install additional fasteners directly above minor ribs of panel.

If ¹⁄₄" is not enough. Take measurements at the ridge. APRIL 15. and all endlaps. This will cause problems engaging back-up plates at the endlap and ridge. out-of-plane purlins could effect panel module. Measure from the stringline back to the last completed panel run. This shim should be no thicker than ¹⁄₄". eave. it will go down further than those adjacent to it. Any “stripped out” fasteners at the endlaps or outside closures should be immediately replaced with Fastener #2A. This can cause the next panel sidelap to be difficult to engage in this area. GRAPHITE. When a clip is attached to this purlin. and all endlaps. COPPER. Place a 1" long piece of Tri-bead tape sealer over the “stripped out” hole before installing Fastener #2A. PEAK PURLIN EAVE STRUT 1. This also will create the need to warp the cinch strap (if used) over the high rib forcing it to align with the holes in the adjacent panel. FIRST PANEL LAST COMPLETED PANEL RUN STEEL SHIM X NEVER ALLOW PANELS TO COME INTO CONTACT WITH LEAD. Attach a stringline to the eave plate and ridge purlin. distorting the seam. To compensate for this lower purlin. This can be accomplished by two different means. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DL-43 . Also. This will allow the fastener threads to be coated with tape sealer and provide a good seal. The stringline should stay ahead of the work and can be moved across the roof as construction progresses. eave.SPECIAL ERECTION DETAILS RECOMMENDED ERECTION PRACTICES CORRECTING OUT-OF-PLANE SUBSTRUCTURE Occasionally a purlin may be encountered that is lower (out-of-plane) than those adjacent to it. a steel shim may be placed under the clip to bring it up to the proper height (in plane). GASOLINE OR OTHER HARSH CHEMICALS AS THIS WILL VOID THE GALVALUME® WARRANTY. 2. then structural modification will be necessary. running parallel to the rake support. x x CHECK ROOF FOR PANEL ALIGNMENT Check the roof every three or four runs for panel alignment as it is being erected. Measure from the rake support to the seam of the last completed panel run. Take measurements at the ridge. Avoid “stair-stepping” of the panels at the eave.

bend the sides of the back-up plate in and install at endlap or ridge. As the fastener is installed through the base of the clip and into the purlin. the clip base will rotate down to the purlin causing the top of the clip to move inward. bend the sides of the back-up plate out and install at endlap or ridge. install an articulating clip at the panel endlap or ridge with the base angled away from the panel. Install clips as usual. 2007 . FLOATING CLIP To stretch panel coverage. Install the remainder of the clips as usual. ¹⁄₄" MAX. the clip base will rotate down to the purlin causing the top of the clip to move outward. Install the remainder of the clips as usual. As the fastener is installed through the base of the clip and into the purlin. Do not bend either side more than ¹⁄₄". STRETCHING PANEL COVERAGE ¹⁄₄" MAX.SPECIAL ERECTION DETAILS RECOMMENDED ERECTION PRACTICES (CONTINUED) ARTICULATING OR SLIDING CLIP ADJUSTING PANEL WIDTH NOTE STRETCHING PANEL COVERAGE Do not adjust panel width more than ¹⁄₂" on any panel area. shrinking panel coverage. To shrink panel coverage. ¹⁄₄" MAX. Install clips as usual. install an articulating clip at the panel endlap or ridge with the base angled toward the panel. stretching the panel coverage. To shrink panel coverage. ARTICULATING OR SLIDING CLIP ARTICULATING OR SLIDING CLIP SHRINKING PANEL COVERAGE To stretch panel coverage. ¹⁄₄" MAX. SHRINKING PANEL COVERAGE DL-44 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15. Do not bend either side more than ¹⁄₄".

Install directly under male leg of light transmitting panel and clip all panels down. LIGHT TRANSMITTING PANEL TRIM INSTALLATION PROCEDURE LOWER LIGHT TRANSMITTING PANEL PURLIN UPPER LIGHT TRANSMITTING PANEL PURLIN LIGHT TRANSMITTING PANEL DOUBLE FACED TAPE Install panels up to light transmitting panel run. Fold upper insulation end tab above light transmitting panel and install upper light transmitting panel. (B) Building usages with high humidity interiors. Notch trim for back-up plates* and install directly under male leg of last panel installed. Leave enough insulation at the top and bottom of the opening to be rolled back. Install clips.SPECIAL ERECTION DETAILS PANEL RUN BEFORE LIGHT TRANSMITTING PANEL FASTENER #1 TYPICAL AT EACH PURLIN LIGHT TRANSMITTING PANEL TRIM INSTALLATION (OPTIONAL) Light transmitting panel trim is available to cover the exposed insulation at the sides of the light transmitting panel opening. running from lower light transmitting panel purlin to upper light transmitting panel purlin. Fold upper insulation end tab above light transmitting panel. such as interior concrete and masonry. THE 2¹⁄₄" LEG IS TURNED UP FOR THE LOW SYSTEM AND THE 3¹⁄₄" LEG IS TURNED UP FOR THE HIGH SYSTEM. CAUTION DIRECTION OF INSTALLATION LIGHT TRANSMITTING PANEL FASTENER #1 FASTENER #1 (2 EACH) The following are examples of conditions that may cause condensation on light transmitting panels: (A) Projects where outside winter temperatures below 40°F are anticipated and where average winter interior relative humidity of 45% or greater is expected. Manufacturer is not responsible for determining if condensation will be an issue on any particular application. DL-45 APRIL 15. textile manufacturing operations. food paper or other wet-process industrial plants. plaster finishes and fuel burning heaters. allowing only the backing to be exposed. Install lower light transmitting panel run panel. such as indoor swimming pools. Place double faced tape on next trim piece and notch for back-up plates. Fold insulation end tab under lower panel and install light transmitting panel. Cut and remove insulation where light transmitting panel is to be located. (C) Construction elements that may release moisture after the roof is installed. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE . Place double faced tape on top of the horizontal leg of the trim to hold the insulation. Attach to purlins with Fastener #1. Two pieces of 2¹⁄₄"x3¹⁄₂"x10'-3" angle are required per light transmitting panel. This angle is designed to work with either the low or the high system. Leave upper-most clip off until next trim piece is installed. Do not install clips on this run until first light transmitting panel trim piece is installed.

secure the curb to the roof panels. furnished by the curb manufacturer. Cap strips. 3" 7" 15" M IN. ensuring an exact fit. The roof curb is installed under the roof panels on the upslope end and on top of the roof panels on the downslope end. These curbs may be installed as the roof is being installed or after the roof has been installed.020. If the curb can be shifted up to 12" to either side. * Protected by U. a floating eave plate (for the upslope end of the curb).S. supplied by the metal building manufacturer or the curb supplier. Patent No. Support framing must be properly located to provide "endlap" conditions at the upslope and downslope ends of the curb. 7" DL-46 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15. The curbs can then be installed in each location.SPECIAL ERECTION DETAILS ROOF CURB INSTALLATION UPPER PANELS AT CURB DO W NS LO PE The manufacturer recommends that only onepiece aluminum curbs be used on it's standing seam roof systems.655. Measure the panel rib locations in reference to the required curb opening and order the roof curb for each location. The curb flange is constructed to match the configuration of the panel. Since the curb sides are an integral part of the roof seam. If the curb placement is critical. 1¹⁄₂" LOWER PANELS AT CURB ROOF CURB CROSS SECTION 1¹⁄₂" 12" M I N. Refer to Roof Curb Cross Section for critical dimensions. ATTENTION All curbs must be installed over support framing. the curb must align with the roof panel seams. the curb can be pre-ordered and be installed with the roof panels or installed after the roof is in place. long-life fasteners and Triple Bead tape sealer must be ordered for each curb. The side flange extends to the next natural seam in the roof panel and conforms to the seam configuration. install the curb support framing at the desired location and roof over it. 2007 . 4. Back-up plates* (for the roof panels at the down slope end of the curb). Support framing should be installed before curb installation.

It is critical that the tape sealer be installed across each panel individually so that the tape sealer can be placed over the male leg. If the lower panels are field cut to length. Install back-up plates onto each of the lower panels. DO WN S LO PE LOWER PANELS AT CURB APRIL 15. leaving a factory cut at the curb end or (2) if the curb end of the panel is field cut. To determine how far down on the panel to place the tape sealer. Place Triple Bead tape sealer across the full width of each panel as it is installed. This will give you a reference point as to how far down slope to place the tape sealer. This will provide a seal in the panel seam when the next panel is installed.SPECIAL ERECTION DETAILS ROOF CURB INSTALLATION (Continued) LOW HIGH HW-7601 HW-7619 FLOATING EAVE PLATE FASTENER #5 ¹⁄₄"-14 x 1 ¹⁄₄" SHOULDER TEK 2 @ 12" O. PURLIN FRAMING MEMBER OR SECONDARY CURB SUPPORT FRAMING 1¹⁄₂" MALE LEG TRIPLE BEAD TAPE SEALER Install curb support framing at curb location.C. notch the male leg as it is done in the factory. you must (1) cut the downslope end. Install lower panels at downslope end of curb. Install full length roof panels up to curb location. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DL-47 . temporarily lay the curb in place and mark the down slope edge of the curb on the first panel.

2007 . Apply minor rib tape sealer to the underside of the minor ribs on the down slope end of the upper panels. This will require six fasteners in the pan of the panel and one in each trapezoid for a total of eight fasteners per panel. This will prevent water infiltration through the end of the panel seam. FASTENER # 1E (6) PER PANEL DO WN SL OP E Install the roof curb on top of the lower roof panels and the curb support framing. Install the upper panels with Fastener #1E as at a standard endlap. Fasteners must go through the Triple Bead tape sealer.SPECIAL ERECTION DETAILS ROOF CURB INSTALLATION (Continued) TRIPLE BEAD TAPE SEALER FLOATING CURB 1'0" TY MIN . which is welded to the roof curb. DO WN SL OP E LOWER PANELS AT CURB DL-48 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15. Fasten the down slope end of the roof curb to the lower roof panels and back-up plates with Fastener #1E as at a standard endlap. Apply urethane sealant to the male leg of all panels directly over the inside cap cell. The down slope edge of these panels should be flush with the down slope edge of the inside cap cell. as a guide for placement of the tape sealer. BACK-UP PLATE PURLIN TRIPLE BEAD TAPE SEALER MALE LEG OF PANEL URETHANE SEALANT INSIDE CAP CELL DIR E OF CTION INS TAL LAT ION LOWER PANELS AT CURB MINOR RIB TAPE SEALER UPPER PANELS AT CURB TRIPLE BEAD TAPE SEALER Install Triple Bead tape sealer across the width of the upslope end of the roof curb. P. This will require six fasteners in the pan of the panel and one in each trapezoid for a total of eight fasteners per panel. Use the down slope end of the inside cap cell. Do not attach the curb to the support framing as this may prevent the curb from floating with the roof. Fasteners must go through the Triple Bead tape sealer.

along both sides of the curb to seal the curb to the roof panels. Lower edge of tape sealer should be flush with the lower edge of the cap strip. UPPER PANELS AT CURB FASTENER #4 6" O. Apply a generous bead of urethane sealant at both ends of the seam portion of the cap strip. Force the cap strip down tightly to the curb/roof panel sidelap and fasten both sides with Fastener #4 at 6" on center. This panel will engage the male leg of the adjacent upper and lower panels. Turn the cap strips upside down and install Tri Bead tape sealer to both sides and along the full length of the cap strip. CAP STRIP DO WN SL O PE LOWER PANELS AT CURB TRI BEAD TAPE SEALER Cap strips will be installed. Install each cap strip over the curb/roof panel sidelap with the lower end of the cap strip even with the lower end of the curb. CAP STRIP URETHANE SEALANT APRIL 15. The female leg of this full length panel will overlap the leg of the roof curb. install full length panel at side of curb. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DL-49 .SPECIAL ERECTION DETAILS ROOF CURB INSTALLATION (Continued) After all upper panels have been installed. full length.C.

Triple Bead Tape Sealer 6 2 3 7. Inside Cap Cell 12 7 3" 7" 15" M IN. Double-Lok® Panel 12" M IN. . 5 2 2. 2007 . Purlin Framing Member or Secondary Curb Support Framing 7" ROOF CURB ISOMETRIC 5 7 1 3 CAUTION The above curb type and installation instructions must be used for curbs to be included in a weathertightness warranty. Floating Eave Plate 11. Fastener #5 12. Outside Cap Cell 8 9 11 6 10 4. Back-up Plate 1¹⁄₂" 5.080 Thickness 8. Roof Curb Made From Structural Aluminum (Min. 4 5 12 10. Urethane Sealant 3. supplied by the metal building manufacturer or the curb supplier. DO WN 8 SL O PE ATTENTION All curbs must be installed over support framing. DL-50 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15. Refer to Roof Curb Cross Section for critical dimensions. Fastener #1E 6. Water Diverter 9. Support framing must be properly located to provide "endlap" conditions at the upslope and downslope ends of the curb.SPECIAL ERECTION DETAILS ROOF CURB CROSS SECTION ROOF CURB CROSS SECTION 1¹⁄₂" 1.

1'0" (TY (MIN P) ) STAINLESS STEEL CLAMP & TRI-BEAD TAPE (NOT BY BUILDING MANUFACTURER) Double-Lok® ROOF TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER (BOTH SIDES OF RIB) PIPE CURB RO OF S LO PE PURLIN CAP STRIP Double-Lok® ROOF RECOMMENDED LARGE PIPE PENETRATION INSTALLATION THIS METHOD TO BE USED IN ALL CASES WHERE A PIPE PENETRATION INTERSECTS A PANEL RIB OR WHEN THE PIPE IS TOO LARGE AND WILL NOT ALLOW ADEQUATE WATER FLOW DOWN THE PANEL. APRIL 15.SPECIAL ERECTION DETAILS PIPE PENETRATION INSTALLATION RECOMMENDED SMALL AND LARGE PIPE PENETRATION INSTALLATION RIGHT WAY WRONG WAY RECOMMENDED SMALL PIPE PENETRATION INSTALLATION INSTALL PIPE IN CENTER OF PANEL TO ALLOW BASE OF RUBBER ROOF JACK TO LAY FLAT ON PANEL. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DL-51 .

STEP 1 TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER (HW-504) STAINLESS STEEL CLAMP (NOT BY BUILDING MANUFACTURER) APPLY TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER CONTINUOUSLY AROUND PIPE (HW-504) DECK-TIGHT (NOT BY MANUFACTURER) ¹⁄₄-14 x ⁷⁄₈" LONG LIFE LAP TEK S. STEP 3 NOTE: ROLL DECK-TIGHT UP OVER TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER AND SECURE CLAMP AROUND TOP OF DECK-TIGHT TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER (HW-504) DL-52 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15.C.SPECIAL ERECTION DETAILS PIPE PENETRATION INSTALLATION DECK-TIGHT INSTALLATION STAINLESS STEEL CLAMP (NOT BY BUILDING MANUFACTURER) DECK-TIGHT (NOT BY BUILDING MANUFACTURER) ROLL TOP OF DECK-TIGHT DOWN ¹⁄₄-14 x ⁷⁄₈" LONG LIFE LAP TEK S. STEP 2 TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER (HW-504) STAINLESS STEEL CLAMP (NOT BY BUILDING MANUFACTURER) TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER (HW-504) DECK-TIGHT (NOT BY MANUFACTURER) ¹⁄₄-14 x ⁷⁄₈" LONG LIFE LAP TEK S.C.D. w/WASHER (FASTENER #4) @ 1" O.D. 2007 .D.C. w/WASHER (FASTENER #4) @ 1" O. w/WASHER (FASTENER #4) @ 1" O.

2. 2122. SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DL-53 APRIL 15. 2124. Torque set screw to 140 in-lbs. 216. 4. For load tables please inquire. 2007 .SPECIAL ERECTION DETAILS S-5!™ Double-Lok® Windclamp Installation Location S-5!™ DL WINDCLAMP (HW-569) Double-Lok® ROOF PANEL ROOF PANEL CLIP S-5!™ DL WINDCLAMP (HW-569) Double-Lok® ROOF PANEL PURLIN S-5!™ UD WINDCLAMP (HW-568) (CLAMP MUST BE TORQUED TO 140 in.) ROOF PANEL CLIP ROOF PANEL CLIP Double-Lok® ROOF PANEL PURLIN PURLIN SECTION A-A SECTION B-B Notes: 1. Application zone and feasibility of wind clamps must be determined by a Registered Professional Engineer. 2126. Only for use with HW-214. 3. lbs. and 2128 clips.

Install a continuous run of Tri-Bead tape sealer to both sides of damaged panel rib. 4. DA MA G ED SE AM 1'- 0" CAP STRIP MI N.) (FAST #4) (FASTENERS MUST GO THROUGH TAPE SEALANT) 1'- 0" MI N. Push repair cap down onto panel rib and fasten with ¹⁄₄-14x⁷⁄₈" Long Life Lap Tek (Fastener #4) @ 6" O. Fill seam portion of repair cap with urethane sealant. Fasteners must go through tape sealer. 2007 DL-54 . RO URETHANE SEALANT OF S LO PE Double-Lok® ROOF TRI-BEAD TAPE SEALER (BOTH SIDES OF RIB) STEP 2 1. ³⁄₁₆" x ¹³⁄₁₆" CLOSED END RIVET (FASTENER #227) (2) PER CLIP RO OF SL OP E FLOATING CLIP Double-Lok® ROOF FLOATING CLIP STEP 1 1.C. on both sides. Apply a bead of urethane sealant up and over both panel ribs at each end of damaged panel seam. (2 required per clip) CAP STRIP ¹⁄₄-14x⁷⁄₈" LONG LIFE LAP TEK SDS WITH WASHER (6" O. Repair cap must extend 1'-0" above and below the damaged area. 2. 5.SPECIAL ERECTION DETAILS Double-Lok® REPAIR CAP INSTALLATION 1'0" MI N. ³⁄₁₆" x ¹³⁄₁₆" closed end rivet fastened through each clip and both sides of panel rib in damaged area. 3.C. SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15. DA M AG ED SE A M PRE-DRILL HOLE THROUGH CLIP AND BOTH SIDES OF PANEL SEAM 1'- 0" MI N . Check repair cap at each end to verify that urethane sealant has sealed across the entire cross section of repair cap. 2.

A NOTE For use without ventilator 24" Peak purlin spacing For use with 9" ventilator 32" Peak purlin spacing PART NO J J J J ¹⁄₄-2¹⁄₂:12 2⁹⁄₁₆-4:12 ¹⁄₄-2¹⁄₂:12 2⁹⁄₁₆-4:12 Specify Roof Pitch 6¹⁄₂" 7¹⁄₂" 10¹⁄₄" 11" J J FL-205 J FL-207 J FL-213 FL-214 DL-55 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE . FL-202. FL-213. 2007 DIM. FL-213.GENERAL INFORMATION PRODUCT CHECKLIST Floating Peak Box Rake Trim 3 ⁵⁄₈" 4 ³⁄₄" 156° 4 ³⁄₄" COLOR 2" 135° ⁵⁄₈" 90° ³⁄₄" 102° 102° 90° 1³⁄₄" J FL-126* J FL-125* Sculptured Eave Trim Note: For use with Ridge Flash FL-200. A 6⁵⁄₁₆" 6⁵⁄₁₆" 6¹⁵⁄₁₆" 6¹⁵⁄₁₆" PART NO FL-240A FL-241A FL-240B FL-241B ROOF PITCH DIM. FL-540. FL-214. FL-202. or FL-541 *Includes cinch angles and flexible membrane.° of Roof Pitch 1" 90° J ¹⁄₄-1³⁄₄:12 2-4:12 Gutter 90° J FL-265B J FL-265 COLOR 120° ¹⁄₂" Ridge Flashing 4 ³⁄₄" 156° A 4 ³⁄₄" 102° 5 ¹⁄₂" "A" 2 ¹⁄₂" 120 ° 1¹⁄₄ " 90° + ° of Roof Pitch ROOF PITCH ¹⁄₄-4:12 ¹⁄₄-4:12 4¹⁄₄-6:12 4¹⁄₄-6:12 Specify Roof Pitch APRIL 15. FL-540. FL-300. FL-300.° of Roof Pitch " ⁵⁄₈ 1 ³⁄₄" 135° COLOR 90°+°of ROOF PITCH 135° " ⁵⁄₈ ROOF PITCH Specify Roof Pitch DIM. FL-110 High Side Eave Trim 102° 5 ¹⁄₂" J 2" 1 ⁵⁄₈" 90° ¹⁄₂" 156° 4 ³⁄₄" "A" 4 ³⁄₄" 1 ³⁄₄" 102° 156° 2¹⁄₂" 102° 4 ³⁄₄" 102° COLOR 90° . FL-214. A 2" 3¹¹⁄₁₆" PART NO (10'-2") FL-250 1" 90° . or FL-541 Note: For use with Ridge Flash FL-200.

2007 .GENERAL INFORMATION PRODUCT CHECKLIST Gutter Strap Ridge End Cap Perforated Vent Drip PERFORATED 1" 1" ¹⁄₂" 10" "A" 3 ¹⁄₄" FL-246 Sculptured Eave Corner Box J Specify Roof Pitch FL-204 J Variable Termination 1" FL-254 J Rake Slide " ³⁄₄ 45° 9" COLOR 90° COLOR ¹⁄₂" 1" ³⁄₄" 90° FL-132 Mitered Sculptured Rake (Left or Right) J FL-115 Light Transmitting Panel Trim J Flat Eave Trim 3 ¹⁄₂" FL-117 J 90° 2 ¹⁄₄" SPECIFY ANGLE 4" LEFT RIGHT 3 ¹⁄₄" COLOR ¹⁄₂" FL-110 Mitered Sculptured High Side Eave (Right or Left) J Mitered Sculptured Gutter (Right or Left) FL-568 J Offset Panel Cap Trim 2 ¹⁄₂" 1 ³⁄₈" 95° FL-272 J 1 ¹⁄₈" LEFT RIGHT LEFT RIGHT 2" SPECIFY ANGLE ¹⁄₂" Specify Roof Pitch DL-56 FL-265 J Specify Roof Pitch FL-240 J Specify Roof Pitch FL-271 J SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15.

2007 FL-341 J 24 Gauge Material FL-343 J DL-57 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE . 5" or 7" ³⁄₄" ¹⁄₂" COLOR SPECIFY ANGLE 1¹⁄₄" 2¹⁄₂" FL-274 (4¹⁄₂") FL-290 Counter Flash ¹⁄₂" 1" 90 ° J ⁵⁄₈ " FL-275 (3¹⁄₂") Alternate Counter Flash J J FL-285 (3") FL-286 (5") FL-287 (7") J J J 30° ¹⁄₂" COLOR 2¹⁄₂" 1" 150° COLOR ³⁄₄" ⁵⁄₈" 24 Gauge Material APRIL 15.GENERAL INFORMATION PRODUCT CHECKLIST Standard Valley — Low and Utility Systems Extended Valley — Low and Utility Systems SPECIFY ANGLE SPECIFY ANGLE 21" 16" 3" 45° 3" 45° FL-700 Standard Valley — High System J Extended Valley — High System FL-708 J SPECIFY ANGLE 1" 9" SPECIFY ANGLE 135° 6 ¹⁄₄" 1³⁄₈" 1" 12" 135° 6 ¹⁄₂" 1³⁄₈" 4 ¹⁄₈ " 4 ¹⁄₈ " 135° 45 ° 135° 45° FL-712 Parapet Rake Cleat J Parapet Rake Flash 3¹⁄₂" or 4¹⁄₂" FL-714 J Parapet High Side Eave Flash 1" 4³⁄₄" 4" OPEN HEM 1" 3".

• Never use wire slings to unload or move panel bundles. PANEL STORAGE • If water is permitted to enter panel bundles. STORAGE AND MAINTENANCE OF PAINTED AND GALVALUME PLUS® PANELS PANEL HANDLING • All panel bundles must be inspected during unloading and carrier must be advised immediately if damage is noted. If panels have not been erected within three weeks of receipt. lead. separate the panels and dry all surfaces. causing the bundle to fall. • Store bundled panels off the ground sufficiently high to allow air circulation beneath bundle and to prevent rising water from entering bundle. 2007 . DL-58 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE APRIL 15. These materials will cause galvanic corrosion of the panels and will void the Galvalume® warranty. Do not use abrasive blade saws as these will melt the Galvalume® coating causing the panel to edge rust which will void the Galvalume® and Paint warranties. • Prolonged storage of panels in a bundle is not recommended. • When unloading or moving panel bundles over 20' long. always wear all required safety equipment such as safety glasses and gloves. strong acids or bases and solvents.GENERAL INFORMATION PROPER HANDLING. OSHA safety regulations must be followed at all times. panels may shift during unloading or movement. This also applies to painted panels. • Never unload or move panel bundles that have been opened without adequately clamping them. It is the erector's responsibility to determine the location and number of lift points required to safely unload or move panel bundles. Drilling fasteners into panels will create metal filings that will rust and create an unsightly stain. extra care should be taken to protect panels from white rust or water marks. Non long life fasteners can rust through the panel at each exposed fastener location. If conditions do not permit immediate erection. Condensation may cause damage to panels. • Always use long life fasteners in all exposed fastener applications. PANEL MAINTENANCE • Never allow Galvalume® panels to come into contact with or water runoff from dissimilar materials such as copper. a spreader bar may be required. • When cutting panels. Metal filings must removed by sweeping or wiping down panels immediately after installation to avoid this occurrence. Use of non long life fasteners in exposed applications will void the Galvalume® and Paint warranties. Cut panels with nibblers. The manufacturer's Paint and Galvalume® warranties do not cover damage caused by improper panel storage. This includes treated wood and AC condensate. • Prevent rain from entering bundle by covering with tarpaulin. shears or snips. always wear protective gloves. Slightly elevate one end of bundle. Exposure to these agents may etch or stain Galvalume Plus® panels and cause painted panels to blister or peel. both of which contain copper compounds. • Panels should be protected against exposure to masonry products. or graphite. • When handling individual panels. Without the banding to hold the bundle stable. making provision for air circulation between draped edges of tarpaulin and the ground. it is necessary to open bundles. the panels should be removed from the bundle for inspection.

NOTICE Uniform visual appearance of Galvalume Plus® coated panels cannot be guaranteed. The Galvalume Plus® coating is also subject to differential weathering after panel installation. APRIL 15. If you have any question as to proper methods to use in the handling. 2007 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DL-59 . causing premature corrosion. storage or maintenance of these panels. Also. The Galvalume Plus® coating is subject to variances in spangle from coil to coil which may result in a noticeable shade variation in installed panels. Shade variations in panels manufactured from Galvalume Plus® coated material do not diminish the structural integrity of the product. These products may contain chemicals that will adversely affect the Galvalume Plus® or paint coating. call your nearest manufacturer representative.GENERAL INFORMATION • Never allow anyone to apply any coating or patching material to the panel surface. water may become trapped between the coating material and the panel. Panels may appear to be different shades due to this weathering characteristic. the manufacturer recommends that our prepainted Signature® 200 or Signature® 300 panels be used in lieu of Galvalume Plus®. If uniform visual appearance is required. These shade variations should be anticipated and are not a cause for rejection.