Inclined Roof System Trimoterm SNV

Technical Document No. 35 / Version 4 / October 2010

CONTENT 1.0 Technical Description of Roof System Trimoterm SNV [1] 1.1 General [1] 1.2 Panel Profile [1] 1.3 Panel Composition [2] 1.4 Technical Data [2] 1.4.1 Basic Technical Data [2] 1.4.2 Coatings [2] 2.0 Design Procedure [4] 2.1 Panel Thickness Selection [4] 2.2 Structural Design Data [4] 2.3 Fixing Method [4] 2.4 Snow Guards [5] 2.4.1 General [5] 2.4.2 Snow Guards Arrangement and Fixing [5] 2.5 Lightning Rods [6] 3.0 Assembly Instructions [7] 3.1 Installation Recommendations [7] 3.2 Sealing [10] 3.2.1 Sealing the Longitudinal Joint Between Panels [10] 3.2.2 Assurance of Roof Water-tightness [11] 3.2.3 Water Vapour Diffusion [12] 3.3 Panel Fixing [14] 3.4 Lifting Methods [15] 3.5 Installation Details [16] 3.5.1 Roof Extension Detail [16] 3.5.2 Ridge Detail [17] 3.5.3 External Gutter Detail [18] 3.5.4 Valley Gutter Detail [19] 3.5.5 Snow Guard Detail [20] 3.5.6 Lightning Rods Detail [21] 4.0 Packing, Transport and Storage [22] 5.0 Maintenance [22] 5.1 Annual Checking of a Roof [22] 5.2 General Recommendations [22] 6.0 Integration of Trimo EcoSolar PV Photo-voltaic Panels [22] 6.1 General [22]

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The SNV roof system offers excellent technical properties. 172 and 200 mm.SNVm2.35/V-4/10-2010 1 . Trimoterm SNV panels can be also used as façades.profile (standard profile) V . Side A Side B Trapezoid profile S . smooth .profile (v. The assembly system using Trimoterm fire-proof panels excels in high fire-resistance. They are suitable for business. 100. They are fixed on roof purlins that are placed over the roof slope at specified spans.profile (v) 6. 80. v2) Smooth profile (g) Micro-lined profile (m2) A • B • • • • Thickness selection for the panels 60. as well as those constructed for representative purposes.profile (v2) 6. production buildings.2 V .SNVs. Micro-lined . v-profile .SNVv2.1. v-profile .profile (s) V . 120.0 Technical Description of Roof System Trimoterm SNV 1. The range of application of SNV roofs is extremely wide.0 10 10 20 Profile Type Trapezoid S . commercial.2 Panel Profile The top steel sheet is a uniform trapezoid formand for the bottom steel sheet are following profiles form possible: s-profile .1 General Trimoterm SNV roof panels in a standard module width of 1000 mm represent basic Trimo roof system. 150.SNVv.SNVg. excellent thermal and sound insulation. a long life span and allows creative design freedom. No. 1.2 Smooth profile (g) Micro-lined profile (m2) 1.

200 mm depending on the required load-bearing capacity.3 Panel Composition Trimoterm SNV fireproof panels consist of a completely galvanised shallow and deep-profiled.35/V-4/10-2010 . within the framework of regular maintenance and in accordance with the instructions on maintenance. 1.7 0.2 Coatings The sheet metal is coated with an anti-corrosive protection of 275 g of hot zinc layer (Zn)/m2 (EN 10142. or at least once a year. Corus Celestia etc. Corus HPS200.60 REI 30 U Thermal conductivity [W/m K] (EN 14509:2006) Fire resistance class SNV (EN 13501-2) Combustibility of insulant core (EN 13501-1) Rw Sound reduction [dB] (EN ISO 140-3) Min.combustible.4 Technical Data 1.38 REI 90 SNV 120 120 26. The surfaces must be checked and cleaned at intervals. A protective polyethylene foil is applied to the panel surface to protect it during handling.4.6 2 18. class A1 30 32 5° or 3° with additional sealing SNV 1000 up to 14 1. Panels can be up to 14 m long. roof slope Cover width [mm] Panel length [m] Non . depending on the level of air pollution and aggressiveness. transport and assembly. (poenotimo z FTV-jem) 2 No.4 0.6 / Fe 0.5 mm and 0.7 0.32 REI 120 SNV 150 150 29. On client’s request or projects requirements also coatings such as Plastisol.9 0.1 0. colour coated steel sheet of 0.20 Fe 0. The steel sheet is bonded to the panel core which is of incombustible lamellated class A1 mineral wool (EN 13501-1).4. All three layers make a solid panel with a thickness ranging between 60 .1. tightness and assembly requirements.6 mm thicknesses.1 Basic Technical Data Table1: Technical data for Trimoterm SNV roof panels Technical data SNV. The coating thickness limits the maximum thickness of the sheet metal. SNV-3L Panel thickness [mm] Weight SNV [kg/m ] 2 SNV 60 60 SNV 80 80 21.3 0. The protective colour can be selected according to the use and level of protection. are available.26 SNV 172 172 32.47 REI 60 SNV 100 100 23.23 REI 180 SNV 200 200 35. The foil is removed after the assembly has been completed. EN 10147) and a protective colour applied with the “Coil Coating” procedure. Types of protection and individual thicknesses of sheet metal are shown in Table 2.7 0.

80%* Ai4 0°Cà30°C 60% . See table for details: Condensation point temperature is shown at specific ambient temperature and relative humidity.100%* SP III 25 RC3 CPI3 ••• •• — • — PVDF PVDF+ III 25 RC3 — ••• ••• •• •• — III 35 RC4 CPI4 ••• •••• ••• ••• • PUR III 50 RC5 CPI5 ••• ••• ••• •••• • PVC(P) III 175-200 RC5 CPI4 •*** •*** •*** •*** •*** PVC+F III 120-200 — CPI5 — — — — — Rural . No.normal Urban and industrial Martitme 0 < 10 km from sea 10 < 20 km from sea Severe industrial Non-corrosive atmosphere Routine upkeep .normal Low humidity Non-corrosive atmosphere Routine upkeep . *** Recommended for use North of 45th parallel latitude and maximum temperature 70° C.I Ai1 -40°Cà25°C 0% .80%* Ai5 0°Cà35°C 80% . C2. Standard external climatic conditions: C1.60%* Ai3 0°Cà25°C 60% . Example: outside atmosphere C3 --> steel sheet of corrosion category RC3 or RC4 is selected.normal Medium humidity Non-corrosive atmosphere Non-intensive cleaning High humidity Slightly corrosive atmosphere Non-intensive cleaning Humid (risk of condensation) Corrosive atmosphere Intensive cleaning Very humid (frequent risk of condensation) Highly corrosive atmosphere Highly intensive cleaning Satureted (permanent risk of condensation) •• — •• ••• •• ••• Types of indoor atmosphere /corrosivity category [EN 10169-3] •• — •• ••• •• ••• • — •• ••• •• ••• — — •• ••• •• ••• — — — — — •• — +80 Ruv3 •• ••• — +110 Ruv4 ••• •••• — +110 Ruv4 •••• •••• — +110 Ruv4 •••• •••• — +70 Ruv2 •••• •• — +70 — •••• •••• Temperture resistance (°C) UV resistance category [EN 13523-10] Flexibility Staining resistance Note: •••• suitable without reservations ••• very suitable •• suitable • suitable with reservations/contact Trimo .90%* Ai6 0°Cà40°C 90% . C3.40%* Ai2 0°Cà25°C 40% . working temperature must be 3° C above condensation point.unsuitable * Temperature must not fall below condensation point when cleaning.Table 2: Basic properties of an individual type of protection TYPE OF CORROSION PROTECTION Corrosion classification [DIN 55928-8] Total organic thickness (my) [EN 13523-1] Corrosion resistance category ** Types of outdoor atmosphere / corrosivity category [EN 10169-2] External EN 10169-2 Internal EN 10169-3 C2 C3 and C4 C5 . C5-M and C5-1.M C4 C5 . ** Corrosion categories are defined by climatic conditions of external and internal building environment. C4. In case of cooling down.35/V-4/10-2010 3 .

Tables for the calculation of fixing are given in the Appendix to the catalogue.2 Structural Design Data Allowed distances between supports are determined in relation to the selected panel thickness.Wind load: .3 Fixing Method Structural engineer will determine the required number of screws in accordance with the standards and regulations of an individual country. .Building type: .2. partly open.Open. 2. Thickness has a direct influence on the load-bearing capacity of the panel. closed buildings. The principle of screw arrangement relating to the calculated number is shown in Fig. A detailed calculation prepared by Trimo’s technical department is recommended for each individual building. 2: Fixing arrangement 1 screw per panel in each purlin 2 screws per panel in each purlin 3 screws per panel in each purlin 4 screws per panel in each purlin The main factors influencing the fixing calculation are: .basic wind load. 3: Characteristic fixing areas 4 No. thermal insulation of the roof and heat stability of the structure. 2.1 Panel Thickness Selection With respect to the client’s or project requirements or in accordance with the legislation appropriate thickness of Trimoterm SNV roof panel shall be selected. Fig. Exact Structural calculation is available by Trimo Technical service. . Fig.0 Design Procedure 2.area on the roof (edge and corner areas are more exposed to wind suction).35/V-4/10-2010 . loads and support widths. Fig. 2. . 3 shows the characteristic fixing points.height of building above the ground. Various loads appear on the roof in relation to the factors mentioned and the fixing method should be adjusted to accommodate them.

20 nv 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Ns 1 3 3 1 3 4 2 3 4 3 4 5 3 5 6 (20) . The number of snow guards Ns required and the corresponding number of screws nv required for fixing per panel width are shown in Table 3.00 (10°) .30° 0° .10° 0.10° (20°) .20° (20°) .4.20° (20°) . Snow guards of type 330 are placed in a line are used for Trimoterm SNV roof panels.2 Snow Guards Arrangement and Fixing As a priority. Slovenia).20° (20°) .g.25 nv 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Ns 1 3 4 2 3 4 3 4 5 3 4 6 3 5 7 (25) . but the experience shows that they are actually needed also on low pitch roofs. They are made of galvanised and colour coated steel sheet.10° 1. Legislation in various countries prescribes obligatory installation of snow guards on buildings with roofs where the inclination is greater than 22° (e.30° 0° . 2.30° 0° .10° 2.15 nv 2 4 4 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Ns 1 2 3 1 3 4 1 3 4 2 4 4 3 4 5 (15) .2.30 nv 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Ns 1 3 4 3 4 5 3 4 6 3 5 7 4 6 8 0° . snow guards arranged in a line are fixed using screws that are intended for fixing panels on purlins. 4 and 5.75 (10°) .35/V-4/10-2010 5 .1 General Installation of snow guards is recommended for all buildings where sliding of snow may present a danger to people and property.10° 1. The fixing method and the basic principle of arrangement are presented in Fig. Table 3: Number of snow guards and number of screws Length of a roof slope Snow So ( k N / Roof angle ß m2) 0-6 nv 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 3 4 2 3 4 2 4 4 Ns 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 3 (6) .30° For roofs of inclination greater than 30° a special calculation to determine snow guard number and screw number can be prepared by Trimo’s technical support department.10 nv 2 3 4 2 4 4 2 4 4 2 4 4 4 4 4 Ns 1 1 3 1 1 3 1 2 3 1 3 3 1 3 4 (10) .00 (10°) .50 (10°) .10° 1.20° (20°) . The first snow guard at the eaves should be fixed at the location of the first purlin.25 (10°) .4 Snow Guards 2. No.4.30° 0° .

Fig.5 Lightning Rods From experience and expert opinion.6 presents two details of the installation of a lightning rod. standard lightning protection installation is feasible. 5: Number of screws per panel width 2.35/V-4/10-2010 . Section 3. it has been established that steel sheet roofing does not attract lightning strikes any more than any other roofing types. 6 Number of screws No. Trimo’s technical department can provide any other detailed information. Despite this fact. 4: Principle of snow guard arrangement on a roof slope Fig.5.

Maximum spans should be taken into account (Fig. 8: Minimal support widths Intermediate support End support No. Fig.1. and at the end support is 40 mm which is determined according to static calculation (Fig.0 Assembly Instructions 3. roof slope is α =3° (~5%).35/V-4/10-2010 7 . 7). Where the substructure is made of solid wood. it is determined in Trimo’s Technical Documentation − spans for Trimoterm SNV roof panels. lamelated beams are commonly used. wood or concrete purlins with an intagrated steel profile of minimal dimensions 60/40/3 (Fig. 6). Fig.3. 7: Span and inclination of the roof slope Min.2. 6: Sub-structure types for fixing Trimoterm SNV panels Min. The measures required due to the inclination are presented in Section 3. additional steel sheet is required. 8).1 Installation Recommendations Trimoterm SNV roof panels can be fixed into roof load-bearing steel. intermediate support width is 60 mm. For fixing into wood. Fig.

on the longitudinal joint of two panels. it can be removed from some places already during the assembly (e. 11: An example of quick assembly of a saddle roof Fig.12: Bending of steel sheet in the eaves Trimoterm SNV panels have a protective foil applied on the top and bottom sides to protect its colour coated surfaces against any possible damage during transport. If panels are stored in the open air. Cleanliness of these edges is to be checked on-site. flashing. From the top side it is removed before the work has been completed. 8 No. 9: Dripping edge of a panel Protection against moistening Fig. 10: Left and right dripping edges Left dripping edge Right dripping edge Fig. In case of a saddle roof this enables simultaneous assembly on both roof slopes from the same direction (Fig. handling and assembly. if required the rests of wool and adhesive are to be removed. If necessary. the foil should be removed at the latest after the expiry of three months. under screws. 11). A dripping edge for longer panels is usually made by Trimo. Regardless of the roof inclination it is necessary to additionally bend the steel sheet of panels between trapezoids in the eaves at an angle of 45° . If panels are stored for a longer period of time.g.35/V-4/10-2010 . otherwise removing of the foil may be difficult. A dripping edge of at least 80 mm should be made on panels in the eaves to prevent moistening mineral wool in the panel (Fig. 10). 13). etc. Fig.Fig. 12) using a suitable plumbing tool.60° downwards (Fig. The foil is removed from the bottom side before the assembly of an individual panel. . The first panel is placed in the end crosswise axis of the building by suitable levelling in the eaves − rectangular on the longitudinal axis of the building. The dripping edge may be on the left or on the right side (Fig.Before the first panel is placed the substructure geometry should be checked. 9). they should be protected against the sun.

16). 13: Removal of a protective foil When panels are cut during the assembly. High temperature can destroy the anticorrosive protection in the immediate vicinity of a cut. Fig. 15: Checking of trapezoidal panel section Mineral wool is protected by a self-adhesive tape which is placed on the longitudinal sides of the panel (Fig. Fig. The tape does not need to be removed before the assembly. or at the latest when the daily work has been completed. 14 Recommended tools for panel cutting Marking or scratching with nails or similar sharp objects that can damage the protective colour coated layer is prohibited. only scissors and saws that do not heat the cutting edge to a high temperature (Fig.Fig. it must to be cleaned! Care should be taken to ensure that the sealing tape already installed does not get damaged. 15). Therefore use of grinding machines is prohibited for such purposes! All small metal parts that appear as a consequence of cutting and drilling are to be removed immediately from the surface of panels. If it is not.35/V-4/10-2010 9 . 14) may be used. Before panel assembly it should be checked that the end trapezoid that overlaps the trapezoid of the neighbouring panel is completely clean (Fig. Fig. 16: Self-adhesive tape on longitudinal edges No.

There should be no space in the longitudinal joint between the neighbouring panels (Fig.1 Sealing the Longitudinal Joint Between Panels During assembly special attention should be paid to ensure the tight fitting of panels. Mastic seal is placed in an individual joint before the assembly of the following panel. 18: Putting mastic seal in a panel Fig. Fig. 17: Tight fitting of panels If butyl or silicone mastic seal is to be placed into the longitudinal joint. 10 No. 17). Fig. it should be applied in a way presented in Fig. 18 and 19.3.2. 19: Detail of applying the mastic seal in a panel Installation position for other sealing materials is shown in TRIMO Standard details.35/V-4/10-2010 .2 Sealing 3.

For longer roof lopes. The number and arrangement are defined in the instructions for screwing and in the assembly instructions. 4.5 m.2. Bending of sheet metal on a low level between trapezoids. 2. >5° (>8. 2. Exact performance is shown in a detail of roof prolongation AA4/1 and in the assembly instructions. 22. Sealing of panel prolongation by means of pre-compressed expansion sealing tape 20x2/10 mm in two lines is shown in Fig. consent from the Trimo technical services is required.8%) Fig. Putting up of additional connecting screws is shown in Fig. in the eaves and in the ridge (Fig. Putting up of additional connecting screws is needed at a distance of 0. 20).2 Assurance of Roof Water-tightness The limiting of roof slope and the measures required in case of such slope are presented in Table 4. 20: Panel laying Sealing tape K 9/3 Sealing tape 7x7 Fig. 5. As a standard SNV panels are equipped with seals (Fig. 6. Performance of openings by sheet metal over an opening is allowed up to the ridge (Fig. it is necessary to create openings with coatings over the openings (e. Bending of sheet metal on the low level between trapezoids. 21. 4. in the eaves and in the ridge (Fig.8%) 1. 21: Stitching screws on a longitudinal joint stitching screws No. Exact performance is shown in a detail of roof prolongation AA4/1 and in the assembly instructions. For inclines of 3-5°. 23). 3.0 m. As a standard SNV panels are equipped with seals (Fig.35/V-4/10-2010 11 .3. Table 4: Roof slope and measures required ROOF INCLINATION REQUIRED MEASURES 3°-5° (~5%-8. 23). 24) in compliance with details AB1/1 and AB2/1 or by Thortex coat. 3. 5. 6. Thortex). 20). 22. Maximal length of a roof surface is 30 m. 1. The maximum allowed length of the roof slope is 30. Sealing of panel prolongation by means of pre-compressed expansion sealing tape 20x2/10 mm in two lines is shown in Fig.g.

22: Sealing of panel extension Fig.3 Water Vapour Diffusion Panel surface of Trimoterm SNV is vapour proof.5 Installation details. It can be applied in Slovenia. joint allows for partial transference of water vapour in non beneficial climatic conditions that can cause condensation within the joint which can ultimatly lead to wetting of the core material and even water dripping into the building. 24: Installation of an opening on a roof using a steel sheet 3.35/V-4/10-2010 . Diagram 2: Type of a building regarding climate conditions Relative humidity of the air in the building [%] Area C Area B Area A Temperature of the air in the building [°C] 12 No. 23: Bending of steel sheet on the ridge and eaves Sealing a panel extension with pre-compressed sealing tape 20x2/10 mm arranged in two lines is shown in standard detail AA4/1 and in the chapter 3. A diagram has been prepared in accordance with DIN 4108.Fig. The same applies to roofs made of Trimoterm SNV panels as well as to façades made of Trimoterm FTV and Trimoterm SNV. measurements taken and practical experience. The diagram distinguishes between three areas regarding interior climate conditions in buildings and it is based on an assumption of a normal. typically ventilated premises. Germany and in other countries with similar climate conditions.2. Fig.

gasket on both sides gasket on both sides gasket on both sides Fig. therefore according to climatic conditions a calculation of building physics must be done. 25: Seals in a longitudinal joint Butyl or silicone mastic seal Sealing tape 7X7 No. In certain special cases. In other cases such implementation is forbidden! Table 5: Required measures regarding an area in the diagram General requirements Climatic conditions inside the building CONDITIONS MAIN REQUIREMENTS A no gasket. gasket on top. > -10°C average minimum external temperature Tmin. when gaskets do not have to be integrated on both sides of the panel. gasket on both sides C Area without snow load vref < 25m/s overlap in direction of the wind central european climate Area with snow load return period t > 20 years gasket on both sides without possibility of snow accumulation possibility of snow accumulation present single and duo pitched roofs external gutter no snow guards no absolut minimum external temperature Tmin.35/V-4/10-2010 13 . abs. gasket on both sides gasket below. gasket on both sides B gasket below. gasket below. average > +3°C gasket on both sides gasket on top. gasket on both sides no gasket.inside the trapezoid on cold side gasket K 9/3 and inside the joint on the warm side gasket 7x7 are implemented. In cold rooms both gaskets should be integrated into the joint of panels. For cold rooms a special regime is required. watertightness and water vapour diffusion . gasket below. For detailed information please contact Trimo Technical support.In most cases the use of integrated gaskets on both sides of the Trimoterm SNV panels (Fig. 20) is required and necesary due to requirements interaction between airtightness. It is neccessary to apply PUR mastic seal on the warm side inside the longitudinal joint of the panel in case of very demanding climate conditions in areas B and C. gasket on top. certain requrements should be met as shown in table 5.

27.5.0 . self-tapping screws of type B should be used. Table 6: Diameter of a borehole for a screw regarding thickness of a sub-structure Thickness of a sub-structure [ mm ] 2.35 5.35/V-4/10-2010 .00 5. The protective foil should be removed in places before fixing (Fig.0 . The use of self-drilling screws of type C is also allowed for steel purlins. Fig.9 6.3. Min.65 5.5 mm for selfdrilling fixings. Fig.0 Diameter of a borehole [ mm ] 5.3.3 mm for selftapping and 5.10.85 Screw length depends on thickness of Trimoterm panels and sub-structure type in accordance with the instructions of the fixing manufacturer.9 5. 28. Care should be taken to tightening screws correctly to ensure they are not too tight or too loose.05 5. 27: Screw types Type A Type B Type C A borehole of a suitable diameter should be drilled through a panel and purlin according to instructions of the fixing manufacturer if panels are fixed to a steel sub-structure with A or B type screws. All screw types are presented in Fig.80 5. The foil is finally removed after the works on the roof have been completed. thickness of a screw is 6. Table 6 presents all required sizes of boreholes of producer “SFS Stadler”.0 . 26: Fixing method of Trimoterm SNV roof panels Self-tapping screws of type A are used for fixing to wooden and thin steel purlins (steel thickness up to 3 mm).3. 26). Correct fixing method is presented in Fig.0 >10. 28: Correct fixing of tapping screws 14 No. No preliminary drilling of holes is allowed for type C fixings.0 .9 4. Panels are fixed through the trapezoidal sections by means of mandatory use of saddle washers with seals (Fig.4. If steel purlins are 3 mm thick or greater. 29).3 Panel Fixing Only screws made of stainless steel and washers with a diameter of 19 mm (also of stainless steel) and EPDM sealing tape may be used for fixing the panels.0 (Type A) 3.0 . Fig.

The procedure of putting a panel on a roof is shown in Fig. 29: Removal of the foil on a fixing place 3. Where the vacuum gripper holds a panel the protective foil should be removed before its lifting. If panels are light enough.35/V-4/10-2010 15 . 31: Assembly of panels using vacuum grippers The use of mechanical grippers is also possible.4 Lifting Methods The use of vacuum grippers with protection is recommended for lifting the panels and their placing on a roof (Fig. 30: Vacuum gripper Fig. Fig. 31. they can be carried and assembled manually. 30). Fig. Assembly of panels is presented in stages − Fig. 32: Assembly of panels using mechanical grippers A mechanical gripper No.Fig. 32.

5 Installation Details 3. on an overlap in a length of 200 mm. 33: Roof extension detail 1 2 3 4 Sealing tape 20x2/10 Sealing tape 2x47 Self-tapping screw Saddle washer 5 Sealing tape K 6 Joint seal 7 Self-tapping screws 6. 34 presents a system of panel extension on a large roof surface.1 Roof Extension Detail For long roof slopes (the maximum length of a panel is 14 m) longitudinal extension of panels is required. 33. 35: Panel assembly panels in the overlap PE seal 2x47 mm Pre-compressed expansion seal 20x2/10 mm 16 No. Fig. Fig.3. Fig. 100 mm) (Item 2) - A pre-compressed 20x2/10 mm expansion sealing tape is to be applied to a panel in two lines (Fig. - Mineral wool of the top panel is to fit tightly to the bottom panel in the joint.35/V-4/10-2010 . - The overlapping part should be cleaned thoroughly before the assembly. 35). 34: Correct and incorrect panel assembly sequence Fig.5x25 Assembly sequence: - Before assembling an individual panel a seal is to be inserted on a double or expanded single purlin (purlin width min. Therefore. - Structural engineer calculates the number and arrangement of self-tapping screws (Item 3) over the purlin or a panel is fixed at least into each second rib.5. a longitudinal extension detail is shown in Fig.

.5. . At the end external ridge flashing (Item 1) is placed and is longitudinally prolonged by a plumbing joint or an overlap in a min. . SNV profile filler negative (Item 5) is placed on the panels.3 x 25 mm.2 Ridge Detail Fig. Trimoterm SNV panels are placed on the left and the right side and they are fixed into the purlins. Gradually. 38. No. .5 x 25 9 Blind rivet 4 x 10 10 Saddle washer 11 Self -tapping screw Assembly sequence: - An internal ridge flashing (Item 2) is placed on the ridge purlin. as it is shown in Fig. length of 200 mm and sealed by neutral silicone putty in at least three lines. .35/V-4/10-2010 17 .negative Sealing tape 3 x 15 mm 7 Butyl sealing tape 2 x 6 mm 8 Self-tapping screw 6. Panel masks (Item 3) are placed on it and then butyl tape (Item 7) is also applied. Empty space under a ridge tile is filled with low-density mineral wool (Item 4). The external ridge flashing is fixed to each second rib of the panel with screws φ 6. 36: Ridge detail on a saddle roof 1 2 3 4 5 6 External ridge flashing Internal ridge flashing Covering flashing Thermal insulation Profile filler SNV . . a sealing tape (Item 6) is previously applied to the purlin. . On the panel edge the top steel sheet is bent in a length of 30 mm by a suitable plumbing tool.3.

Then they are fixed to the top steel sheet with two screws. 18 No. - An external eaves mask (Item 15) is riveted from the external side to the façade. When arranging hooks special attention is to be paid to their length since they ensure gutter inclination.3 x 25 14 Self .5 x 25 Assembly sequence: - Trimoterm SNV panels are laid from the direction determined by the dripping edge of a panel. - Internal eaves mask (Item 7) onto which a sealing tape 3x15 mm (Item 10) is preliminarily applied is riveted from the inside to the panels.35/V-4/10-2010 . external gutter hooks are pressed in the core of a Trimoterm SNV panel by using saddle washers (Item 11).tapping screw 6. - Low density mineral wool (Item 8) is inserted into the closing space between the façade and Trimoterm SNV roof panel from the inner side.tapping screw 6. they are fixed to the final purlin (Item 14). - Additional bending of steel sheet at an angle of 45° in a length of 10 . Under the top. - External gutter (Item 2) is placed on these hooks and fixed by suitable bending of fixing steel sheet on the hooks. In case snow guards are installed on the roof. 37: External gutter detail 1 2 3 4 5 6 External gutter hook External gutter Outlet connection Down pipe Down pipe support External gutter mask 7 Internal eaves mask 8 Thermal insulation 9 Self -tapping screw 10 Sealing tape 3 x 15 mm 11 Saddle washer 12 Blind rivet 13 Self .tapping screw 15 External eaves mask 16 Self . The seal EPDM φ 28/3x3 is to be additionally applied between a snow guard and a panel.3 External Gutter Detail Fig. 12) is required in the eaves.3.15 mm (Fig.5.

35/V-4/10-2010 19 . . . .5. Fig. an gutter mask (Item 4) is placed on the end purlin.3. The correct arrangement ensures suitable inclination required for draining the water. Panel steel sheet is to be bent at an angle of 45° in the eaves in a length of 10-15 mm (Fig. Through saddle washers panels are fixed to load-bearing purlins by screws. A gutter is placed on in the hooks (Item 3) and fixed by suitable bending of fixing steel sheet on hooks.positive is inserted (Fig. .positive No. Finally. A sealing tape 3x15 mm (Item 11) is applied onto it. Valley gutter support (Item 2) placed over the mask. Trimoterm SNV panels are laid regarding orientation of the dripping edge of a panel. drip flashing / Item 5) are fixed into the dripping edge of the panel (Item 5) under which the profile filler SNV. Mineral wool insulation (Item 10) is placed on the gutter mask (Item 4). 38: Detail of a valley gutter 1 2 3 4 5 6 Self -tapping screw Valley gutter support Valley gutter Gutter mask Drip flashing Self -tapping screw 6. 39: Profile filler SNV . . . 39).5 x 25 7 Outlet connection 8 Down pipe 9 Down pipe support 10 Thermal insulation 11 Sealing tape 3 x 15 mm 12 Profile filler SNV-POSITIVE Assembly sequence: - Initially. .4 Valley Gutter Detail Fig. 12) between trapezoids.

tapping screw Fig.e. 5 mm for water drainage is necessary on the snow guard extension − i.3. - Ventilation of min. 40: Snow guard detail 1 Snow guard 2 EPDM washer φ 28/3x3 3 Self . 15 mm.5 Snow Guard Detail Fig. care should be taken that the distance of a screw from the top edge of a snow guard should be max.35/V-4/10-2010 . - During the assembly. - Snow guards are to be arranged equaly.5. 20 No. snow guards are not installed at roof extension section. 41) is to be inserted between the snow guard and the trapezoid top. A uniform distance between snow guards is recommended. in the same line. 41: EPDM washer φ 28/3x3 Assembly sequence: - The first snow guard at the dripping edge should be fixed to the first roof purlin. - The seal EPDM φ 28/3x3 (Fig. - As a rule.

43: Detail of fixing a lightning rod in the eaves 1 2 3 4 5 6 Roof support profile SON 16 Gutter clamp KON 06 Wire Wall support profile ZON 03 Tapping screw EPDM washer φ 28/3x3 A screw with which a external ridge flashing is fixed is also used for fixing lightning support profiles to the roof. No.6 Lightning Rods Detail Fig. The beams on the ridge are fixed at the same distance ranging from 800 to 1000 mm. The latter is fixed to the wall by a wall screw φ 6 x 50 and a pin.3. 42: Detail of fixing a lightning rod to the ridge 1 Roof support profile SON 16 2 Wire 3 Self .tapping screw 4 Gasket φ 28/3x3 Fig.35/V-4/10-2010 21 .5. On a façade side of a building the lightning guard is fixed with a gutter clamp (Item 2) to the gutter or pipe clamp on an outlet pipe. On a wall it is fixed by a roof supporting profile in case of fixing to a Trimo façade or by a wall beam. WARNING: Arrangement and designing of lightning rods are to be presented in the lightning devices project folder. The pipe clamp is fixed to a pipe by φ 6 x 20.

2 General recommendations Walking on a roof is allowed only in soft shoes in the purlin line. 5.35/V-4/10-2010 . if necessary. 6.transport and storage can be found in document no. - Checking and cleaning of draining elements on the roof up to the place where discharges flow to sand catchers or shafts that have to be regularly cleaned of dirt. In addition to the roof.0 Maintenance 5. The purpose of checking is to highlight and remove any potential problem and prolong the useful life of the roof. 5. 22 No.1 General Trimo EcoSolar PV panel is produced under controlled conditions using roof panel and photovoltaic module.0 Integration of Trimo EcoSolar PV Photo-voltaic Panels 6. draining elements should be regularly controlled and cleaned up to the place where discharges flow to sand catchers or shafts that have to be regularly cleaned of dirt. It is recommended that large damaged places are repaired. The use of any aggressive substances for roof cleaning is prohibited due to possibility of damage of anticorrosive colour coating. E01. The area of damage should be repaired by a suitable coat and putty is placed over them. - Checking screw tightness and slight manual tightening of screws.4. Trimo EcoSolar PV. For more information about the photovoltaic panels. SNV roof panel with additional steel sheet represents the basis for the integration of thin-layer photovoltaic module. All subsequent works are to be carried out by a Trimo approved contractor. Damage caused to the roof must be repaired immediately when it appears or it is observed. Use of a rotating grinding machine (cutting machine) in the vicinity of the Trimo roofing is prohibited since hot parts can damage the coating. Walking over lighting penetrations is prohibited. 9 Packaging. you are kindly asked to consult “Trimo Service” department. Transport and Storage.0 Packing. Transport and Storing Information about packaging.1 Annual Checking of a Roof In accordance with best practice it is necessary to check a roof and the complete building at least once a year. If there are any questions relating to maintenance of a building or if repairs of defects or damage are needed. Cleaning of panels can be carried out only by mild alkaline cleaning agents. design process and assembly procedure look in a technical document no. Annual checking includes: - Cleaning off all dirt collected near openings.

d.Published by: TRIMO d.. EN. 11/2010 .