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SECTION INDEX

SECTION SUBJECT

INTRODUCTION

1 DESIGN STANDARDS

2 WIDESPAN STRUCTURAL SYSTEM

3 SECONDARY STRUCTURAL SYSTEM

4 ANCHOR BOLTS AND EDGE DETAILS

5 ROOF SYSTEMS

6 ROOF ACCESSORIES

7 WALL SYSTEMS

8 WALL ACCESSORIES

9 INSULATION SYSTEM

10 COLOUR CHARTS

11 GUTTERS AND ROOF DRAINAGE

12 ARCHITECTURAL FEATURES

13 FASTENERS AND SEALANTS

14 MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS

15 WARRANTIES

16 CONSTRUCTION DETAILS
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ADVANTAGES OF METAL BUILDING SYSTEMS


Modern metal building systems offer many advantages over other forms of construction, including:

⇒ Faster Occupancy Since the entire structure is bolted together in the field, erection time is reduced.

⇒ Cost Efficiency Less construction trades are generally required to erect metal building systems
and faster erection means less labor costs. Each structural member is designed
for a near total efficiency, minimizing wasted material.

⇒ Flexibility of Expansion Metal building systems are custom-engineered to each specific project’s
requirements. Buildings can easily be expanded in the future.

⇒ Low Maintenance Modern metal finishes offer a superb resistance against corrosion, fading and
discolouration.

⇒ Thermal Efficiency Metal building systems accommodate high thermal efficiency requirements and
are designed to meet the most stringent energy guidelines.

⇒ Outstanding Performance Documented studies show that metal building systems have demonstrated better
structural performance under severe weather conditions (hurricanes,
earthquakes) versus other forms of construction.
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ABOUT THE COMPANY


Lindab Butler is a leading producer of metal building systems in Europe. Products and services are provided within the
industrial, commercial, agricultural, and community markets. The Company’s products are primarily sold and installed
through a network of independent dealers located throughout Europe called Lindab Butler Builders. Lindab Butler also
provides direct sales and services to multinational customers with multiple site construction programs or projects of
significant size or complexity.

Lindab Butler’s early roots originate from the Butler Manufacturing Company, founded in 1901 in the USA. Butler is the
recognized worldwide leader in building systems for more than 50 years. Butler building systems have been
manufactured and marketed in Europe since the early 1960’s, and thousands of buildings have been supplied throughout
Western, Central and Eastern Europe.

The Lindab Group purchased Butler’s European operation in 2002. Lindab is a leading supplier of metal profiles,
rainwater systems, building systems and ventilation systems. The acquisition of Butler’s European operation is a
significant strategic step aimed at expanding and strengthening Lindab’s metal building systems business activities in
Europe. Lindab operates in more than one hundred locations in twenty countries. Its head office is located in Grevie,
Sweden.

Lindab Butler understands the importance of a local presence in the markets we service. Therefore our sales and
technical service offices are located throughout Europe. Several new regional offices are also currently being
established. Visit our website at www.lindab-butler.com for detailed contact information.
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ABOUT THE PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL


This Product Reference Manual has been developed for use by Lindab Butler authorized Builders, developers, and
architects. It is intended to serve as a guide and training tool to acquaint Lindab Butler Builders, developers and
architects with our metal building systems details and design practices. The information contained in this Manual will
hopefully encourage developers and architects to incorporate the details presented in the Manual in their projects. Our
regional sales offices located throughout Europe are available to help you with your specific projects. Locate the Lindab
Butler sales and technical support office closest to you on our website at www.lindab-butler.com.

ARCHITECTURAL FREEDOM AND DESIGN FLEXIBILITY


Many of the most impressive industrial, warehouse and commercial buildings constructed around the world are built
using a metal building system. Lindab Butler building systems offer design flexibility, economy and aesthetic features.
Whether your project requires a curved roof design or other architectural features that provide distinct corporate identity,
a Lindab Butler building system can meet your requirements.

SUPERIOR QUALITY

Our products and systems are tested by our research specialists to insure total reliability and exceptional quality and
performance. Lindab Butler building systems are approved by building authorities around the world. Raw materials are
purchased to strict performance standards and specifications. Structural design is performed in accordance with specific
country requirements and generally in accordance with the requirements of the applicable Eurocodes.
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2.1 WIDESPAN SPECIFICATIONS


2.2 BASIC WIDESPAN COMPONENTS
2.3 LRF AND MP STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS
2.4 MRF STRUCTURAL SYSTEM
2.5 WX STRUCTURAL SYSTEM
2.6 CRB CURVED ROOF BUILDINGS
2.7 BRACING FOR LRF AND MRF BUILDINGS
2.8 STANDARD GIRT LOCATIONS FOR WIDESPAN BUILDINGS
2.9 WIDESPAN ENDWALLS
2.10 SETBACK ENDWALLS
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WIDESPAN SPECIFICATIONS
1. GENERAL

1.1 The design of the primary structural system shall be a clear-span or multi-span rigid frame
with tapered or straight columns and roof beams, with a gable, mono-slope or curved roof
as manufactured and supplied by Lindab Butler Building Systems.

1.2 The actual building length shall be from structural line to structural line. The structural line
is defined as the outside face of the end wall girt, unless otherwise specified.

1.3 The actual building width shall be from structural line to structural line. The structural line
is defined as the outside face of the sidewall girt, unless otherwise specified.

1.4 The roof shall have a minimum slope of 1:48.

1.5 All components and parts of the structural system shall be as indicated on the drawings and
or specifications. All components and parts shall be clearly marked and erection drawings
shall be supplied for components and parts assembly.

1.6 Field modification of components and parts, if required, shall be in accordance with best
know practices, require the approval of Lindab Butler Building Systems, and be the
responsibility of the building erection company.

1.7 Foundations:

1.7.1 Foundations shall be adequately designed by a qualified engineer, retained by other


than the building manufacturer, in accordance with the best-recommended practices
for the specific soil conditions of the building site.

1.7.2 Lindab Butler Building Systems, shall supply all loads imposed by the structural
system on the foundations.

1.7.3 Anchor bolt diameters shall be specified by Lindab Butler Building Systems, and
indicated on anchor bolt layout drawings supplied by Lindab Butler Building
Systems.

1.7.4 Anchor bolts shall be supplied by the building contractor and not by Lindab Butler
Building Systems, unless otherwise specified.

2. STRUCTURAL STEEL DESIGN

2.1 The structural system and all related components and parts shall be designed in accordance
with the specified building code and standards.
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2.2 Design Loads:

2.2.1 Roof Live Loads and Wind Loads shall be applied in accordance with local
building code requirements.

2.2.2 The Dead Load shall be the weight of the building system including primary and
secondary framing members and covering materials.

2.2.3 Collateral Loads shall include additional imposed loads required by contract
documents, other than the weight of the building system. These added loads include
such items as sprinklers, mechanical, electrical and ceiling systems.

2.2.4 Auxiliary Loads shall include all dynamic loads required by the contract documents
such as cranes and mechanical handling systems.

3. PRIMARY FRAMING

3.1 Rigid Frames:

3.1.1 Rigid Frames shall consist of tapered or straight welded section columns and roof
beams complete with necessary splice plates for bolted assembly at the building site.

3.1.2 Interior columns shall consist of tapered or straight welded sections or hot rolled
profiles with necessary splice plates for bolted assembly at the building site.

3.1.3 Welding shall be performed in accordance with approved and certified welding
procedures by qualified welders.

3.1.4 All base plates, cap plates, splice plates and stiffener plates shall be factory welded
into place and have the connection holes shop drilled or punched.

3.1.5 Columns and roof beams shall be fabricated complete with holes in webs and flanges
for the attachment of secondary structural members and bracing members.

3.1.6 All bolts for field assembly of frame members shall be high strength structural bolts
complete with washer as indicated on erection drawings supplied by Lindab Butler
Building Systems.

3.2 End-wall Structural Members:

3.2.1 End-wall frames shall consist of welded section, hot rolled, or cold-formed corner
posts, end-wall posts and roof beams.

3.2.2 All base plates, cap plates, splice plates and stiffener plates shall be factory welded
into place and have the connection holes shop drilled or punched.

3.2.3 Posts and roof beams shall be fabricated complete with holes in webs and flanges for
the attachment of secondary structural members and bracing members.
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3.2.4 When future length expansion of the building is anticipated, intermediate frames
shall be substituted for end-wall corner posts and roof beams, when specified in the
contract documents. End - wall posts necessary for support of end - wall girts and
cladding systems shall be supplied for connection to the intermediate frame used in
end – wall.

4. SECONDARY STRUCTURAL MEMBERS

4.1 Purlins and Girts:

4.1.1 Purlins shall be 200 mm; 250 mm; 300 mm; or 350 mm precision roll formed “Z”
shaped members.

4.1.2 Girts shall be 165 mm; 200 mm; or 250 mm deep precision roll formed “Z” or “C”
shaped members.

4.1.3 Eave Struts shall be precision roll formed “C” or “Z” shaped members.

4.2 Bracing:

4.2.1 Bracing members and parts shall be located as indicated on the erection drawings
supplied by Lindab Butler Building Systems.

4.2.2 Diagonal bracing shall be hot rolled rod or tube, of size indicated on drawings, and
attached to columns and roof beams as shown on drawings.

4.2.3 Optional fixed base wind posts or portal frames may be substituted for diagonal wall
bracing if required and specified in the contract documents.

4.2.4 Primary frame flange braces, torsional restraint system for purlins and girts, etc.,
when required, shall be installed as indicated on drawings.

5. STRUCTURAL PAINTING

5.1 All structural steel shall be prime painted for temporary protection against ordinary
atmospheric conditions, transportation and erection handling. Finish painting, if required,
and unless supplied by Lindab Butler Building Systems Ltd., shall be performed on site by
others.

5.2 Prior to painting, all primary structural components and parts shall be factory shot-blast
cleaned in accordance with SAA2,5;ISO8501-1.

5.3 All primary structural components and parts shall be painted with 40 microns alkyd based
primer with high zinc phosphate content.
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5.4 Optional Coatings:

5.4.1 Tri-coat layers: second and third layers consisting of 40+40 microns KH kombilack
quick drying finish paint consisting of a combination of PVC and acrylate.

5.4.2 Fire protection: based on Deutsches Institut für Bautechnik certificate (Z-19.11-329).

5.4.2.1 F30 = 30 minutes fire protection paint system (600 microns)

5.4.2.2 F60 = 60 minutes fire protection paint system (2000 microns)

5.4.3 Special Coatings:

5.4.3.1 Hot-dipped galvanized coating (90 – 100 microns)

5.4.3.2 Multi-coat – hot-dipped galvanized coating, plus one layer special topcoat.

6. ROOF AND WALL SYSTEMS

6.1 The roof panel shall be Lindab Butler MR-24® standing seam roof system, or LTP 38 roof
system or LTP 45 roof system. Refer to appropriate roof system specifications.

6.2 The wall panel shall be Lindab Butler LVP 38 wall system, or LVP 38R wall system, or
LVP 45 wall system. Refer to appropriate wall system specifications.
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BASIC WIDESPAN COMPONENTS

1. INTERMEDIATE FRAMES

Widespan intermediate frames consist of two or more columns spanned by roof beams. The
intermediate frames support the roof structural members (purlins) and the wall structural
members (girts). The exterior columns, and roof beams, are normally tapered “I” sections.

2. ENDWALL FRAMES

Endwall frames are usually lighter than the intermediate frames. On LRF, MRF and WX
buildings, a simple beam and post endwall frame is normally used, except where future
extension to building length is anticipated.

3. GIRTS

Widespan wall structural members are called girts. Girts transfer wind loads directly to the
columns and support the wall panels. Widespan girts are cold formed “Z”-shaped members, 165
mm, 200 mm or 250 mm deep, and are of various thickness depending on the design
requirements. The inside flange of the girts is attached to sidewall columns and endwall posts.
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Wall panels are attached to the outside flange of the girts. The outside flange of girts also defines
the endwall and sidewall structural lines. Girt spacing varies with the building height, the wall
panel profile and design requirements.

4. PURLINS

Widespan roof structural members are called purlins and are located on top of the roof beams.
Purlins span the bay length and support the roof panels. Purlins are “Z”-shaped cold rolled
sections and are 200 mm, 250 mm, 300 mm, or 350 mm deep and are of varying thicknesses
depending on the design requirements. Continuous purlins are overlapped at supports and offer
economies due to design advantages when used to span three or more bays. Purlins are also
available as simple spans, which act as independent members between two intermediate frames
or between an intermediate frame and an endwall frame.
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LRF AND MP: LOW RIGID FRAME AND MONO PITCH

STANDARD STRUCTURAL PARAMETERS


Min. Roof
Building Type Type Description Width Eave Height
Slope

12.00 m – 23.00 m 4.00 m – 9.00 m 1:48

LRF Clearspan 24.00 m – 42.00 m 4.00 m – 12.00 m 1:24

over 42.00 m 5.00 m – 12.00 m 1:12

Clearspan
MP 6.00 m – 21.00 m 4.00 m – 6.00 m 1:48
Mono Pitch

RECOMMENDED ROOF SLOPE 1:12............1:48


RECOMMENDED ROOF SLOPE 1:12............1:48
ROOF STRUCTURAL LINE
ROOF STRUCTURAL LINE
TOP HEIGHT
EAVE HEIGHT

CLEAR HEIGHT

EAVE HEIGHT

CLEAR HEIGHT

(165, 200, 250) (165, 200, 250) (165, 200, 250)


WIDTH/2 WIDTH

SL STRUCTURAL LINE CL SL STRUCTURAL LINE SL


STRUCTURAL LINE

ROOF STRUCTURAL LINE IS:


THE OUTER FACE OF PURLIN FLANGE

STRUCTURAL LINE IS:


THE OUTER FACE OF GIRT FLANGE
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MRF: MODULAR RIGID FRAME


STANDARD STRUCTURAL PARAMETERS
Building Type Type Description Width Eave Height Min. Roof
Slope

MRF Modular 24.00 m – 90.00 m 4.00 m – 9.00 m 1:48

RECOMMENDED ROOF SLOPE 1:12............1:48

ROOF STRUCTURAL LINE

ROOF STRUCTURAL LINE IS:


THE OUTER FACE OF PURLIN FLANGE
EAVE HEIGHT

STRUCTURAL LINE IS:


CLEAR HEIGHT

THE OUTER FACE OF GIRT FLANGE

(165, 200, 250)


WIDTH/2

SL STRUCTURAL LINE CL

RECOMMENDED ROOF SLOPE 1:12...........1:48

ROOF STRUCTURAL LINE


EAVE HEIGHT

CLEAR HEIGHT

(165, 200, 250)


WIDTH/2

SL STRUCTURAL LINE CL
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WX: WIDTH EXTENSION

STANDARD STRUCTURAL PARAMETERS


Building Type Type Description Width Eave Height Min. Roof
Slope

WX Width 6.00 m – 12.00 m 3.00 m – 7.00 m 1:48


WX
WX Extension

MUST MATCH MAIN ROOF SLOPE IF CONNECTED AT MAIN BUILDING EAVES


ROOF STRUCTURAL LINE
EAVE HEIGHT

CLEAR HEIGHT

(165, 200, 250)

WIDTH

SL STRUCTURAL LINE SL

ROOF STRUCTURAL LINE IS:


THE OUTER FACE OF PURLIN FLANGE

STRUCTURAL LINE IS:


THE OUTER FACE OF GIRT FLANGE
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CRB: CLEARSPAN CURVED ROOF BUILDINGS


STANDARD STRUCTURAL PARAMETERS
Building Type Type Description Width Eave Height

CRB Clearspan 15.00 m – 30.00 m 4.00 m – 6.00 m


Curved Roof

RADIUS
EAVE HEIGHT

CLEAR HEIGHT

(165, 200, 250)


WIDTH

SL STRUCTURAL LINE

The radius of CURVED ROOF BUILDINGS (CRB) is dependent on the roof panel type and roof
panel material. The minimum radius is:

R= 2 x Width

The roof beam construction is curved or segmented depending on the radius of the roof.

CURVED ROOF BUILDINGS (CRB) can also be constructed using modular frame construction
with interior columns.
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BRACING
Bracing systems transfer wind loads from endwalls and sidewalls to the foundation. Wind bracing
systems include two types:
1) Longitudinal bracing, for wind on the building endwall.
2) Transverse bracing, for wind on the building sidewall.

Illustrated below is the standard method for providing wind bracing. Longitudinal bracing (for
endwall wind load) is provided by brace rods between two intermediate frames in one or more bays.
Transverse bracing (for sidewall wind load) is provided by the flexural stiffness of the intermediate
frames and by brace rods in the two outer sections of each endwall when a beam and post endwall is
used.
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BRACING REQUIREMENTS FOR LRF AND MRF BUILDINGS

1) Bracing is generally installed in the second bay from the endwall. If bracing must be installed
in the end bay a Rigid Frame endwall may be required.
2) All buildings up to 42 metres wide and 1 through 6 bays long, are braced in 1 bay only.
Buildings over 42 m wide may have 2 braced bays.
3) All buildings 7 bays and longer, are braced in the second bay from each endwall and may
require additional intermediate bracing.
4) Insulated buildings using overlapped purlins, which are more than 180 metres long, must be
given special consideration to allow for longitudinal expansion and contraction of the
structure.
5) Erection bracing is not generally furnished. Only bracing required for structural stability, as
outlined in 1 through 4 is supplied.
6) Where access is required in the braced bay, sidewall bracing can be moved to an adjacent
bay. In certain cases, this may require the addition of box struts.
7) As an alternative, sidewall cross bracing may be replaced by portal frames, or in smaller
buildings by fixed base bracing posts.

BRACING REQUIREMENTS FOR CANOPIES AND WIDTH EXTENSION

Canopies and Width Extensions must have their own bracing systems. Bracing should preferably be
located in the same bays as the main building bracing.

BRACING REQUIREMENTS FOR EXTENSIONS TO EXISTING


BUILDINGS

Sideways Extensions for LRF and MRF Buildings


LRF & MRF buildings placed in multiple with existing buildings should have their own independent
bracing systems designed as indicated in steps 1 to 7 above.

Length Extensions
Building length extensions to existing LRF and MRF buildings should be braced as if the extension
is a separate building, with the exception of one bay extensions. One bay extensions will be
furnished as an end bay.
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STANDARD GIRT LOCATIONS FOR LRF AND MRF BUILDINGS

DIMENSIONS IN mm

1750
1750

6000 NOM.

1000
5000 NOM.
1750
4000 NOM.

1000

1000
2250*

2250*

2250*
165 (200,250) 165 (200,250) 165 (200,250)

S S S
L L L

4m EAVE HT. 5m EAVE HT. 6m EAVE HT.


1750
1750

45 75 130
1000

80
8000 NOM.

32
1500

1500
7000 NOM.

S 32
1500

1500

L
S
L
165
250
2250*

2250*

DETAIL−165mm GIRT 200


DETAIL−250mm GIRT
165 (200,250) 165 (200,250) −200mm GIRT

S S
L L
7m EAVE HT. 8m EAVE HT.

NOTE:* max: 1500 IF INSIDE LINER IS USED.

SUPPORT OF NON-FULL HEIGHT WALL PANELS

Standard Lindab Butler wall panels and wall structural components are designed such that the
weight of wall panel is supported on the base angle at the foundation edge. Where wall panels do not
attach to the foundation edge via a base angle, compensation must be made to transmit the weight of
the wall panels and the effects of wind on the wall panel to the foundation.The most common
occurrence of this detail is a Dado wall where there is no wall cladding below the first girt. When
this occurs, steps must be taken to compensate elsewhere in the construction for:
1) The vertical support of the wall panels.
2) Restraint of the first girt against inward and outward deflection caused by wind pressure and
suction.
3) Restraint of the first girt against rotation due to wind.

Note: Failure to make allowances for the above can result in damage to brickwork, insulation board or wall panels.
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STANDARD ENDWALL POST SPACING FOR LRF AND MRF


BUILDINGS
DIMENSIONS IN m

6 6 T.O. 3 T.O.
12 12<W<15

T.O. 6 T.O. T.O. 4.5 4.5 T.O.


15<W<18 18<W<21

T.O. 6 6 T.O. T.O. 6 3 6 T.O.


21<W<24 24<W<27

T.O 6 6 6 T.O.
27<W<30

T.O. 6 6 6 6 T.O.
30<W<36

T.O. 6 6 6 6 6 T.O.
36<W<42
SL
T.O. = TURN OUT DIMENSION

SL SL

GIRT CONNECTION TO BOTH SIDES OF ’I’ SECTION ENDWALL POST GIRT CONNECTIONS AT "I" SECTION
ENDWALL IN STANDARD LOCATION (FIRE RATED WALL) CORNER POST
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SETBACK ENDWALL DETAILS FOR LRF AND MRF BUILDINGS


SET−BACK ENDWALL STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS
(POSTS SET−BACK INSIDE GIRTS)

BEAM & POST CL SYM

ENDWALL

B D D
B

RIGID FRAME CL SYM

ENDWALL

C C D D

SL SECTION B−B
I−SECTION
250 SIDEWALL GIRT CORNER POST

CLIP
6mm THK.
4 NO. M12 x 30
2 NO. M12 x 30

SL
CLIP
2mm THK. ENDWALL
250
2 NO. M12 x 30 GIRT

GIRT CONNECTIONS AT ’I’−SECTION


CORNER/BRACING POST
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SETBACK DETAILS FOR LRF AND MRF BUILDINGS

SECTION C−C
SL
VARIES

COLUMN 165 SIDEWALL GIRT

2 NO. M12 x 30

4 NO. M12 x 30
CLIP

600
ENDWALL GIRT

SL

CORNER POST
GIRT CONNECTIONS AT RIGID FRAME ENDWALL 2 NO. M12 x 30
CLIP

SECTION D−D

1 NO. M12 x 30

FLANGE BRACE
50 x 50 x 2.5THK
1 NO. M12 x 30 GALVD.
ENDWALL POST
BOLT ASSYS

SL
165 ENDWALL
GIRT OR CHANNEL
FLANGE BRACE INSTALLATION ON ENDWALL POST
IN SET−BACK LOCATION

COLUMN OR POST
130

200
250
75
45

SL
30 30
6 NO. M12 x 30
2 2 GIRT CLIP 6mm THK.

200, 250 GIRT CONNECTION TO ENDWALL POST


(SET−BACK CONDITION)
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PAGE
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3.1 SECONDARY STRUCTURAL MEMBERS


3.2 “Z” PURLIN AND GIRT SECTION PROPERTIES
3.3 “C” SECTION PROPERTIES
3.4 FLANGE BRACING
PURLIN SAG SYSTEM
3.5 EAVE STRUT
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SECONDARY STRUCTURAL MEMBERS


Secondary structural members include:
- Purlins and Girts
- Flange Braces
- Sag System
- Eave Member

PURLINS AND GIRTS

Purlins and girts are manufactured from hot dipped galvanised steel in accordance with Engineering
Material Specification A195. [Z 350]. This specification is not included in this manual and may be
requested from Lindab Butler Building Systems.

Lip dimensions and hole locations, are shown on Drawing No B751821 titled “Z” Section Forming
Tolerances, and B751823 titled “C” Section Forming Tolerances. These drawings are not included
in this manual and may be requested from Lindab Butler Building Systems.

Pre – punched web and lower flange holes are provided for all standard purlin and girt to structure,
secondary to secondary members and flange brace to secondary members connections.

Additional holes are pre-punched for MR-24® roof system, when there is no insulation spacer
system installed. Holes in upper flanges, for roof panel attachment will be at 75 mm centres on bays
which have lengths which are divisible by 75 mm. Purlins for bays which are not divisible by 75
mm will be supplied unpunched. Purlins are also available without holes in upper flanges as a
standard offering. On overlapped purlins, the roof panel attachment holes are positioned so that in
the purlin overlap, the holes within the lap are in line. This is achieved by slightly staggering the
line of holes from member to member. On the wider flanges these holes are 32 mm from the web
and on narrower flanges the holes are 30 mm from the web.
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“Z” PURLIN AND GIRT SECTION PROPERTIES


Flg

Thk

Depth
Flg

Depth [mm] 165 200 250


Flg [mm] 66 66 66
Flg [mm] 74 74 74
Thk [mm] 2.0 2.5 1.5 1.8 2.0 2.5 1.5 1.8 2.0 2.5 3.0
DL [mm] 20.8 22.40 21.20 22.1 22.80 24.40 23.70 24.6 25.30 26.90 28.50
Weight [kg] 5.222 6.54 4.37 5.24 5.83 7.31 5.01 6.02 6.70 8.39 10.08
Area [mm2] 6.652 8.33 5.56 6.68 7.43 9.31 6.39 7.67 8.53 10.68 12.84
Zxx [mm3] 33.59 41.93 32.23 39.43 44.01 54.98 44.62 54.4 60.62 75.80 90.67
Zyy [mm3] 10.72 13.59 8.29 10.02 11.21 14.21 8.76 10.58 11.84 14.98 18.19
Ixx [mm4] 285.4 354.32 340.44 407.2 451.74 561.79 583.56 698.6 775.41 965.74 1154.44
Iyy [mm4] 76 96.06 59.16 71.36 79.73 100.66 62.71 75.56 84.40 106.41 128.73
Rxx [mm4] 65.5 65.20 78.23 78.07 77.96 77.68 95.58 95.43 95.33 95.07 94.81
Ryy [mm4] 33.8 33.95 32.61 32.68 32.75 32.88 31.33 31.39 31.45 31.56 31.66
Depth [mm] 300 350
Flg [mm] 82 92
Flg [mm] 90 100
Thk [mm] 2.0 2.5 3.0 2.0 2.5 3.0
DL [mm] 29.8 31.4 33 28.80 30.40 32.00
Weight [kg] 8.126 10.17 12.23 9.19 11.51 13.83
Area [mm2] 10.35 12.96 15.57 11.71 14.66 17.61
Zxx [mm3] 87.88 111.4 133.8 113.83 145.52 175.53
Zyy [mm3] 17.92 22.64 27.43 20.96 26.48 32.10
Ixx [mm4] 1369 1706 2041 2089.24 2606.12 3120.50
Iyy [mm4] 156.4 197 238 204.11 257.15 310.89
Rxx [mm4] 115 114.7 114.5 133.56 133.34 133.10
Ryy [mm4] 38.88 38.99 39.1 41.75 41.88 42.01
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“C” SECTION PROPERTIES


Flg

Thk

Depth
Depth [mm] 165 200 250
Flg [mm] 70 70 70
Thk [mm] 1.5 2.0 2.5 1.5 1.8 2.0 2.5 1.8 2.0 2.5 3.0
DL [mm] 24.2 25.7 27.3 18.2 22.1 19.8 21.4 24.6 25.20 26.80 28.50
Weight [kg] 4.02 5.38 6.73 4.43 5.24 5.93 7.43 6.02 6.69 8.40 10.08
Area [mm2] 5.13 6.85 8.58 5.64 6.68 7.55 9.46 7.67 8.53 10.70 12.84
Zxx [mm3] 25.07 34.99 43.88 33.04 40.01 44.31 55.5 54.8 61.59 77.10 92.39
Zyy [mm3] 7.94 10.69 13.51 7.00 9.11 9.50 12.1 9.9 11.00 13.79 16.92
Ixx [mm4] 221.12 262.5 362.78 330.4 407.54 443.10 555 699 775.48 962.32 1155.13
Iyy [mm4] 37.05 49.45 61.94 35.4 44.94 47.5 59.7 50.3 55.99 69.90 84.75
Rxx [mm4] 65.67 65.36 65.03 78.3 78.1 78 77.8 95.5 95.36 95.03 94.83
Ryy [mm4] 26.88 26.87 26.87 25.4 25.93 25.5 25.5 25.6 25.62 25.65 25.69
Depth [mm] 300 350
Flg [mm] 86 96
Thk [mm] 2.5 3.0 2.5 3.0
DL [mm] 31.30 33.00 30.30 32.00
Weight [kg] 10.17 12.23 11.50 13.83
Area [mm2] 12.95 15.57 14.65 17.61
Zxx [mm3] 112.85 135.87 146.85 177.72
Zyy [mm3] 20.90 25.37 24.49 29.73
Ixx [mm4] 1706.25 2041.96 2605.90 3121.48
Iyy [mm4] 129.85 156.52 174.05 210.02
Rxx [mm4] 114.77 114.51 133.35 133.12
Ryy [mm4] 31.66 31.70 34.46 34.53
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FLANGE BRACING

Flange braces provide lateral stability support to the compression flange of the primary frame. They
are cold formed galvanized steel angles 2.5 mm to 4.0 mm thick. Flange brace locations and size are
determined by design and indicated on the erection drawings.
CL FRAME

PURLIN OR GIRT PURLIN OR GIRT

20 20
HOLE NO. 2
HOLE NO. 1

25
50
40

50 FLANGE BRACE FLANGE BRACE


22
50 x 50 x 2.5 THK.
STD.
M12 x 30 GALVD BOLT ASSYS
2 NO. PER FLANGE BRACE

PURLIN SAG SYSTEM

Sag Channels or Sag Tubes are required to provide lateral stability, prevent twisting and help
erection alignment of the roof purlin system. Sag Channel or Sag Tube locations are determined by
design and indicated on the erection drawings.
Standard locations are as follows:
3.75 m to 7.5 m bays – 1 row
7.50 m to 9.0 m bays – 2 rows

SAG CHANNEL

8Ø x 140mm

SAG TUBE
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EAVE STRUTS

Eave struts are cold – formed galvanized “C” or “Z” Sections.

EAVE PURLIN
ANGLE EAVE
PURLIN

GIRT

SL
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SECTION 4 – ANCHOR BOLTS AND EDGE DETAILS

PAGE
NUMBER

4.1 ANCHOR BOLTS AND FOUNDATION LOADS


4.2 FOUNDATION EDGE DETAIL
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ANCHOR BOLTS AND FOUNDATION LOADS


The design and construction of the foundation is extremely important to the integrity of the Lindab
Butler building system. To achieve an economical foundation design, the designer must consider all
aspects of design:
- allowable soil pressure
- compressive strength of the concrete
- strength of steel reinforcing
- length and shape of anchor bolts
- method of interfacing the anchor bolts with the steel reinforcing.

Because the foundation design is unique for each building design and location, Lindab Butler does
not assume the responsibility for the design, materials or workmanship of the foundation.

Anchor bolt layout drawings prepared by Lindab Butler are intended to show only location, diameter
and projection of anchor bolts required to attach the Lindab Butler building system to the
foundation. Lindab Butler will provide the loads imposed by the building on the foundation. It is the
responsibility of the Lindab Butler Builder to ensure that adequate provisions are made for
specifying bolt embedment, bearing angles, tie rods, and other associated items embedded in the
concrete foundation, as well as the foundation design for the loads imposed by the Lindab Butler
building system, other imposed loads, and the bearing capacity of the soil and other conditions of the
building site. Lindab Butler does not provide anchor bolts, nuts or washers. This is the responsibility
of the Lindab Butler Builder.

Notes:
The following information or guidelines are offered to ensure proper erection and performance of
the Lindab Butler building system:

1) Give top of foundation a trowel finish. The foundation must be square, level, and smooth.

2) Anchor bolts must be located by means of a template. DO NOT hand set anchor bolts.

3) Anchor bolts must be hard set into the foundation, Lindab Butler does not recommend the
use of flexible cones.

4) Foundation design, anchor bolts, nuts, and washers are not supplied by Lindab Butler.
Anchor bolt
embedment length and reinforcing steel required to provide for all reactions must be
designed by a qualified foundation design engineer.

5) Caution: Rigid frames have both horizontal and vertical reactions acting at the base of the
columns. Failure to make adequate provisions for all reactions can result in foundation
failure.

6) Specific Anchor Bolt Layouts prepared by Lindab Butler include General Notes which
must be adhered to by the designer of the foundations.
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FOUNDATION EDGE DETAILS


Due to changes in Building Regulations Part L2 (England and Wales) and Part J (Scotland), Lindab
Butler have revised all standard foundation edge details in order to achieve regulatory compliance
with thermal bridging and air leakage. It is now critical that the finish to the foundation edge must
be of a high standard to allow for base angle and thermal break installation and to provide a
consistent line for the wall panel overlap.

For most standard applications the edge of the foundation will be the Structural Line i.e., the exterior
face of the wall structural members, the only exceptions being with horizontal composite wall panels
which, due to having vertical support sections fixed to the wall structural members, require the
foundation edge to be extended a further 50 mm past the structural line. Also the Firewall condition
with trapezoidal panels requires the foundation edge to be extended a further 120 mm, for England
and Wales, or 140 mm for Scotland. These details are not obligatory for the rest of Europe, but,
strongly recommended to avoid cold bridging at the wall panel base.

SL SL
Building W idth / Building Length Building W idth / Building Length 12 0 / 140 mm

FFL FFL
foundation edge

Vertical Trapezoidal Wall Panel plus Liner Vertical Trapezoidal Wall Panel plus Liner foundation edge
Standard Condition Firewall Condition
S SL
L
B uilding W idth / Building Length Building W idth / Building Length 50mm

FFL FFL
foundation edge

foundation edge

Vertical Composite Wall Panel Horizontal Composite Wall Panel


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SECTION 5 – ROOF SYSTEMS

PAGE
NUMBER

5.1 MR-24® ROOF WITH LINER PANEL SYSTEM


5.2 MR-24® ROOF WITH FACED BLANKET INSULATION
5.3 MR-24® STANDING SEAM ROOF SYSTEM
5.4 MR-24® ROOF SYSTEM LIMITATIONS
5.5 MR-24® ROOF SYSTEM HAND SEAMER
5.6 PANEL REPLACEMENT/OR EXTENSION

5.7 LTP 38 ROOF WITH LINER PANEL SYSTEM


5.8 LTP 38 ROOF WITH FACED BLANKET INSULATION
5.9 LTP 38 ROOF SYSTEM
5.10 LTP 38 ROOF SYSTEM LIMITATIONS

5.11 LTP 45 ROOF SYSTEM


5.12 LINER 1000 SYSTEM
5.13 LINDAB BRIDGE SYSTEM
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MR-24® ROOF WITH LINER PANEL SYSTEM


R
MR−24
roof panel
R
MR−24 clip

bridge
bar

bridge Liner Panel


clip

unfaced insulation
’Z’ purlin

The built up MR-24® roof system is a field assembled double skin roof system based on a MR-24®
standing seam outer panel with a roll-formed internal Liner Panel. The panels are separated by the
Lindab Bridge System allowing the cavity to be filled with glassfibre insulation.

When installed, the MR-24® forms a "floating" roof i.e. one that acts independently of the roof
structural components. In place, it forms a weather-tight roof system, which allows for thermal
expansion and contraction. There are no fasteners that pierce the panel membrane except at the
eave and ridge closures. The panels are jointed together with a double lock-seam and connected to
the structure with a unique clip formed into the seam.

The MR-24® Roof plus Liner Panel system has been designed to provide regulatory compliance
with U-values, thermal bridging, air leakage and insulation continuity to the approved standard
suitable for the intended use of the building.
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Thermal Transmittance Values


The units of Thermal Transmittance are: Watts per square metre degree Kelvin [W/m²K].
The symbol for Thermal Transmittance is referred to as the U – Value.

Application Insulation Thickness U - Value


80 mm 0.43
100 mm 0.35
MR-24® Roof + Liner Panel 120 mm 0.30
160 mm 0.25
200 mm 0.20

Values were calculated using HEAT3 computer finite element analysis programme. HEAT3 meets
the standard requirements in EN ISO1021 1-1 “Thermal bridges in building construction – Heat
flows and surface temperatures – Part 1 General calculation methods”.
Note: Nominal purlin spacing is assumed to be 1.5 m.
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MR-24® ROOF WITH FACED BLANKET INSULATION


R
MR−24 R
MR−24 high clip roof panel
unfaced insulation spacer block

faced insulation
’Z’ purlin
insulation: one layer − 60f
80f
insulation: two layers − 50f/50
60f/60
R
MR−24 low clip
R
unfaced insulation MR−24
roof panel

bridge system

faced insulation ’Z’ purlin

bridge system: 80 − insulation: 100f/60


100 60f/80/60

MR-24® roof systems are designed for use with faced blanket insulation with or without Lindab
Bridge System.
The "insulated purlin" condition consists of a high density expanded polystyrene spacer block
inserted between the purlin flange and the tray of the MR-24® panel to minimize the "cold bridge"
between the panel and purlin systems.
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Thermal Transmittance Values


The units of Thermal Transmittance are: Watts per square metre degree Kelvin [W/m²K].
The symbol for Thermal Transmittance is referred to as the U – Value.

Application Insulation Thickness U - Value


60 mm 0.56
80 mm 0.51
MR-24® Roof + Faced 100 mm 0.41
Insulation 120 mm 0.38
160 mm 0.23
200 mm 0.20

Values were calculated using HEAT3 computer finite element analysis programme. HEAT3 meets
the standard requirements in EN ISO1021 1-1 “Thermal bridges in building construction – Heat
flows and surface temperatures – Part 1 General calculation method”.
Note: Nominal purlin spacing is assumed to be 1.5 m.
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MR-24® STANDING SEAM ROOF

General
MR-24® is a single skin roof panel system, which will serve as an un-insulated, or, when installed,
with a liner panel and insulation, an insulated roof system. When installed, MR-24® forms a
"floating" roof i.e., one that acts independently of the roof structure. It forms a weather tight roof
system, which allows for thermal movement. There are no fasteners that pierce the panel membrane
except at the eave and ridge closures. The panels are jointed together with a double lock-seam and
connected to the structure with a unique clip formed into the seam.

Materials and Dimensions


MR-24® is a 600 mm wide factory roll-formed panel with two 50 mm high major corrugations, 70
mm to the top of the seam. Panel lengths are only restricted by transportation limits. The flat of the
panel contains cross flutes at 150 mm centres perpendicular to the major corrugations, to improve
walk ability.
20 40 40 20

430 FLUTING
30

50 32
80

82
50

60 480 60

600

M R−24 ROOF PANEL SECTION PROFILE


150
150

CL FLUTE
150
150

PANEL DIMENSIONS
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MR-24® is available in the following materials:

- 0.66 mm steel coated both sides with a layer of aluminium-zinc alloy (approximately 55%
aluminium, 45% zinc) applied by the continuous hot dip method. Minimum 185 g/m2 as
determined by the triple spot test per ASTM specification A90.

- 0.75 mm steel coated both sides with a layer of aluminium-zinc alloy (approximately 55%
aluminium, 45% zinc) applied by the continuous hot dip method. Minimum 185 g/m2 as
determined by the triple spot test per ASTM specification A90.

- Aluminium alloy 0.9 mm thick in mill finish or stucco embossed finish. Alloy 3005 or 5251
to BS EE 485-2 :1995. Yield Stress = 190N/mm²; Ultimate Tensile Stress = 210N/mm²;
Minimum Elongation = 8% in 50 mm.

The maximum standard panel length is 13.5 m. Longer lengths can be supplied through special
transport arrangements.

MR-24® Panels are factory pre-punched to match the pre-punched holes in the eave structural
member. Panel end splices are factory pre-punched and pre-notched for ease of installation.

Panel end splices must not be fixed to the structure in order to allow the roof to expand and
contract.

Load Capacity Table

Allowable Panel Loads - kN/m²

Material Load Purlin Spacing (m)


1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5
Steel Live 4.63 3.94 3.33 2.94
(0.66 mm) Wind Uplift 2.71 2.37 2.04 1.70
Aluminium Live 4.55 3.88 3.34 2.90
(0.9 mm) Wind Uplift 2.39 2.09 1.80 1.50
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Panel Attachment and Seaming


The Pittsburgh double-lock seam at the panel side lap is made with a patented self-propelled roll -
forming machine called a Roof Runner. After all panels are installed, the result is comparable to a
single metal membrane covering the entire roof area. The MR-24® panels are nested together then
roll seamed by a portable Roof Runner.

Roof Runner

The panel is secured to the roof structure with a galvanised clip incorporating interlocked stainless
steel sliding clip tabs. The clips are fastened to the structure with scrubolts and the clip tabs are
seamed into position allowing the tabs movement within the clip, thus permitting expansion and
contraction of the roof system.

FACTORY INSTALLED
SEALANT

Stainless steel scrubolts are used to anchor the panel securely to the eave member, thus forcing all
expansion and contraction to occur towards the ridge. Fasteners that pierce the weather membrane
occur only at the eave member and ridge panel closure.
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Expansion and Contraction


The natural forces of expansion and contraction are often the cause of roof leaks. As temperatures
change, the roof expands or contracts. Unless the roof is designed to accommodate this movement,
fasteners will work loose on metal roofs, and cracks, blisters and splits will appear on built-up roofs.
On standard building widths with aluzinc roof panels the built in expansion and contraction
provision of the MR-24® Roof System is adequate. Additional expansion and contraction provision
may be necessary where the run of panels (single slope) exceeds 60 m.

Because of the higher rate of expansion and contraction for aluminium roof panels, a review of the
expansion and contraction potential will be made on all standard buildings in excess of 60 m wide
and on special applications where the run of panels (single slope) exceeds 30 m.

Provision for thermal expansion movement of the MR-24® roof system panel is accomplished by
the use of clips with movable factory centred, stainless steel tabs, to assure full movement in either
direction. A force of no more than 3 kilograms will be required to initiate tab movement. Each clip
shall accommodate a minimum of 30 mm thermal movement in either direction.

The roof shall provide for thermal expansion/contraction without detrimental effect to the roof panel
when there is a ±55°C temperature difference between the inside of the building and the temperature
of the roof panels.

Thermal Movement in mm
Aluminium Steel
Panel Run
Total Total
(m)
Expansion / Contraction Expansion / Contraction
10 16 8
15 24 13
20 32 17
25 40 21
30 48 25
35 56 29
45 - 38
60 - 50
70 - 59

Building Lengths Not Divisible By 600 mm


Special flashings up to 5000 mm long and a maximum width of 600 mm are available. Lap joints
must be located over a purlin and fixed with site modified panel straps and splice plates.
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Ridge Detail
The ridge assembly is designed to allow roof panels to expand and contract lengthwise as the roof
panel temperature changes. Components are factory pre-punched for correct field assembly. Panel
closures and interior reinforcing straps are installed to seal the panel end at the ridge. The ridge
cover spans from panel closure to panel closure and flexes as the roof system expands and contracts.

R
MR−24 ridge cap
profiled panel closure
MR−24
R R

roof panel MR−24 clip

bridge system

unfaced insulation liner panel


cranked ridge liner panel
’Z’ purlin
CL building
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Panel Splice
MR-24® is one of the few roof systems available where a panel splice can be incorporated without
compromising the integrity of the roof. Factory pre-punched holes and pre-cut notches allow the
panels to be nested together and fixed using a panel splice plate and reinforcing strap. Endlaps,
when required, are staggered so as to avoid a four panel lap splice condition.

flange nuts

panel strap

splice panel

10mm bead gungrade sealant

25mm wide panlastic ribbon

System Design
All components of the MR-24® roof system shall be designed in accordance with good engineering
methods and practices.
Panels shall be designed to support design live and wind loads.
All endwall trim and roof transition flashings shall allow the roof panel to move relative to the wall
panel and/or the parapet as the roof expands and contracts with temperature change.

The MR-24® roof panels shall not be considered to be a safe work platform until completely secured
to the structural system. Therefore, walk boards or other safety equipment as required by safety
standards shall be provided by the erecting contractor to provide for worker safety during panel
installation.

System Installation
Panel clips shall be positioned by matching the hole in the clip with the prepunched holes in the
secondary structural members.

Panel shall be positioned and properly aligned by matching the prepunched holes in the panel end
with the prepunched holes in the eave structural member and by aligning the panel with the panel
clip.
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Panel sidelap shall be field-seamed using a self-propelled and portable electric lock seaming
machine called a Roof Runner. The machine field forms the final 180 degrees of a 360 degree
Pittsburgh double-lock standing seam. All sidelap sealant shall be factory applied.

Panel endlap, when required, shall be at least 150 mm, sealed with Lindab Butler sealant and
fastened together by clamping plates. The panel lap shall be joined by means of a two-piece
clamped connection consisting of a bottom reinforcing plate and a top panel strap. The panel endlap
shall be located directly over, but not fastened to, a supporting secondary roof structural member
and be staggered, so as to avoid a four panel lap splice condition.

R
lap
150 MR−24 over
R
continuous mastic MR−24 roof panel
seal 25 125

bridge system

Fasteners
Connection of MR-24® roof system panel-to-structural member, except at eave, shall be made with
clips with movable stainless steel tabs that are seamed into the standing seam sidelap.

Panel clip shall be fastened to structural member with Scrubolt fastener as per Lindab Butler's
erection instructions, using factory pre-punched hole in structural member. Scrubolt fastener shall
contain a metal backed rubber washer, which serves as a torque indicator.

Exposed fasteners penetrating the metal membrane at the following locations shall not exceed the
frequency listed:

Fastening System Frequency


Basic Panel System 0 per metre.
Exterior Eave Gutter 4 per panel.
Panel Splice 4 per splice.

In lieu of prepunched secondary structural members and panels, pre-drilling of the structural
members is mandatory in order to maintain proper alignment of the roof system.
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Accessories
Accessories i.e. ventilators, LITE*PANL, gutters, fascias can be supplied as standard by Lindab
Butler, unless otherwise specified.

The colour coating on all gutters, downspouts, gable trim and eave trim will be Lindab Butler
standard colour finish system, unless otherwise specified.

Location of standard accessories will be as shown on erection drawings as furnished by Lindab


Butler.

Material used in flashing and transition parts can be supplied as standard by Lindab Butler or to
customer specification.

Performance Testing
Deutsches Institut fur Bautechnik , Berlin certificate No Z-14.1-399,for steel panel and No Z-14.1-
400 for aluminium panel.

Energy Conservation
Purlins shall be insulated so as to minimise "thermal short circuit" between purlin and roof panel.
The heat loss (thermal short circuit) caused by compression of the blanket insulation between
structure and panel is minimised by the use of a spacer block or Lindab Bridge System at each
purlin location.
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MR-24® ROOF SYSTEM PARAMETERS


Building Width
The MR-24® roof system has been developed for buildings less than 120 m wide [for steel roofs],
60 m wide [for aluminium roofs], having a gabled roof with centred ridge, or a single slope not
exceeding 60 m in width [for steel roofs], 30 m in width [for aluminium roofs] and designed to meet
most live and wind load codes across Europe.
Additional provisions for expansion and contraction will be required for buildings exceeding the
above limitations.

Building Length
No special roof expansion provisions are normally required. Slots in the ridge parts and the
corrugation in the panels usually provide adequate movement for thermal expansion.
If there is a structural expansion joint in the building framing in the building length direction (i.e.
double frame, slotted purlin, etc.) a roof panel expansion joint must be built into the roof at the same
location.

Roof Slope
The MR-24® roof system is specifically designed for a minimum 1° roof slope.
For roof slopes between 1° and 5°, colour coated steel panels are not recommended due to the
potential for water ponding on roofs.
For steep slopes there are no particular MR-24® panel seaming or Roof Runner seaming machine
limitations.

Clearance for Roof Runner Seaming Machine


Clearance of 450 mm must be provided at each end of all panels for starting and removing the Roof
Runner seaming machine. A hand seamer is available from Lindab Butler for completing seams not
accessible to the electric machine.
Clearance of 150 mm at each side of a seam is required for machine clearance

450 110 150

MINIMUM START/END CLEARANCE MINIMUM SIDE CLEARANCES


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Panel Length
Generally MR-24® panels will be provided up to a maximum length of 13.5 m to comply with site
Health and Safety regulations and safe working practices. Longer panels are available, however
special shipping arrangements and erection methods must be considered.
Liner panels will be supplied a maximum length of 4.7 m due to handling restrictions.
Length tolerance is +3 mm for all panels.
Panels will be a minimum of 1.5 m long due to manufacturing limits. Single span panels are not
recommended.

Material Thickness
The maximum material thickness that can be seamed is 0.9 mm in aluminium and 0.75 mm in steel.

Panel Overhang
The maximum length of unsupported panel is 225 mm.

Small Buildings.
Buildings with a maximum roof slope of 1.5° and 12 m wide or less, including any overhang, do not
require an expansion joint at the ridge (i.e. ridge cap is omitted, the panel curves over the ridge).

Curved Roof Buildings


Steel roofs can be installed on curved roof buildings up to a minimum radius of 45 m.
Aluminium roofs can be installed on curved roof buildings up to a minimum radius of 30 m.

High Humidity
Building with medium to high relative humidity, i.e. above 30%, and an outside temperature of 0°C,
the use of a vapour barrier is recommended, placed on the upper side of the Liner panel.
When interior building conditions are to be controlled at or near 50% relative humidity, we
recommend a careful review by the architect and heating contractor.
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MR-24® ROOF SYSTEM HAND SEAMER

The Hand Seamer is a manually operated, mechanical tool used to seam MR-24® roof panels
together where clearance problems restrict the use of the Roof Runner seaming machine. It is
available through Lindab Butler as a purchased item .
Two different Hand Seamers are available:
- Part No 0754567 is for use on aluminium roofs only.
- Part No 0754564 is for use on steel roofs only.
Incorrect use of the Hand Seamer will result in damage to the Hand Seamer and could cause a badly
formed seam.
Common areas requiring this use of the Hand Seamer are:
- Parapet wall
- Stepped roof transition
- Interior gutter
- Curb
- Vent
- Fascia
- Any other obstacles prohibiting the starting or finishing of a normal seaming operation.

Note: Use the Hand seamer first (before using the Roof Runner seaming machine), especially at the eave (or downslope)
end of seam.

WALL OR
STRUCTURAL INTERFERENCE

HAND SEAMER
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PANEL REPLACEMENT/OR EXTENSION

The following method is used for both endwall extensions and for areas where a roof is being
replaced.

The drawings on the next two pages describe this method. Drawing No. A-761825 covers the
preparation (step one) and the mastic application (step two) of this procedure. Drawing No. A-
761826 covers the fastener application (step three) and the seaming operation (step four) to
complete the panel installation.

Both of these drawings contain notes in numerical sequence to help install the panels in the correct
order.

Particular attention should be given to the seaming operation (step four). A connection such as that
shown in Section ”B” will require the Roof Runner to be run from the ridge to the eave, which is
opposite from normal operation.
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Drawing No. A-761825


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Drawing No. A-761826


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LTP 38 ROOF WITH LINER PANEL SYSTEM

LTP 38 roof panel


bridge bar
unfaced insulation

bridge clip Liner panel

’Z’ purlin

General
The built up LTP 38 Roof System is a field assembled double skin roof system based on a LTP 38
trapezoidal outer panel with a profiled liner panel. The panels are separated by the Lindab Bridge
System allowing the cavity to be filled with one layer or two layers of insulation.

The LTP 38 Roof plus liner panel system has been designed to provide regulatory compliance with
U-values, thermal bridging, air leakage and insulation continuity to the approved standard suitable
for the intended use of the building.

Expansion and Contraction


The LTP 38 Roof System is designed to provide for expansion and contraction caused by ± 55 °C
temperature differential in a steel panel, 12 m nominal length (typical maximum panel length).
Expansion and contraction is provided by factory pre-punched holes at the edge of the panel (round
holes in the top panel and slotted holes in the bottom panel) and by "purlin roll" at the intermediate
panel to structural connections. This will allow thermal movement of the panels without detrimental
effect to the roof.
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Thermal Transmittance Values


The units of Thermal Transmittance are: Watts per square metre degree Kelvin [W/m²K].
The symbol for Thermal Transmittance is referred to as the U – Value.

Application Insulation Thickness U - Value


80 mm 0.46
100 mm 0.35
LTP 38 Roof + Liner 120 mm 0.31
Panel 140 mm 0.25
160 mm 0.24
200 mm 0.19

Values were calculated using HEAT3 computer finite element analysis programme. HEAT3 meets
the standard requirements in EN ISO1021 1-1 “Thermal bridges in building construction – Heat
flows and surface temperatures – Part 1 General calculation methods”.

Note: Purlin spacing is assumed to be the Lindab Butler standard 1.5 m.


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LTP 38 ROOF PANEL WITH BLANKET INSULATION

roof panel

faced insulation ’Z’ purlin

insulation: one layer − 60f

unfaced insulation LTP 38


roof panel

bridge system

faced insulation ’Z’ purlin

− insulation: 50f/50
60f/60

LTP 38 Roof System is designed for use with faced blanket insulation with or without the Lindab
Bridge System.

If the insulation is applied in two separate layers, the lower layer must be faced insulation and the
upper layer is unfaced.
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Thermal Transmittance Values


The units of Thermal Transmittance are: Watts per square metre degree Kelvin [W/m²K].
The symbol for Thermal Transmittance is referred to as the U – Value.

Lindab Bride
Application Insulation Thickness U - Value
System
60 mm 0.68 No
LTP 38 Roof + Faced 80 mm 0.56 No
Insulation 100 mm 0.41 Yes
120 mm 0.38 Yes

Values were calculated using HEAT3 computer finite element analysis programme. HEAT3 meets
the standard requirements in EN ISO1021 1-1 “Thermal bridges in building construction – Heat
flows and surface temperatures – Part 1 General calculation methods”.
Note: Nominal girt spacing is assumed to be 1.5 m.
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LTP 38 ROOF PANEL

38
73 32.5

123 87.3 123

333.3 333.4 333.3

1000

General
The LTP 38 roof panel is a precision roll formed panel as supplied by Lindab Butler and installed in
accordance with the recommendations provided by Lindab Butler.

Description
LTP 38 is a 1000 mm wide factory roll-formed panel with four 38 mm high major corrugations. The
distance between the major corrugations is 333 mm. The flat of the panel contains two additional
corrugations.
Panels shall be of maximum length, up to 13.5 m so as to minimise panel end laps. Length tolerance
is +3 mm for all panels.
One outside corrugation shall be formed as an overlapping corrugation. The other outside
corrugation shall be formed as a full underlapping corrugation, which will provide a bearing support
to the side lap and also incorporates a continuous length sealant groove.
The panels shall be fabricated with square cut ends.
The panels shall be factory prepunched, the top panel with a round hole and the bottom panel with a
slotted hole, to allow for expansion and contraction, and also panel alignment. The slotted holes will
allow thermal movement of the panel without detrimental effect to the roof.
Ridge panels, with a cross section to match the roof panel, will be supplied factory pre-cranked to
suit the required roof slope up to a maximum of 12°.
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Panel Design
Panel design shall be in accordance with the relevant Eurocodes and in accordance with best known
Engineering methods and practices.
The panel shall be designed to support a 0.9kN load evenly distributed over a square having sides of
125 mm.

Load Capacity Tables (Ultimate capacity values)

Gravity Load in kN/m² (Defection limit = L/200)


Sheet Weight Span Span
Thickness Kg/m² Condition 0.9m 1.2m 1.5m 1.8m 2.1m
0.54mm Single 4.465 3.348 2.167 1.505 1.106
Steel
5.3 Double 4.075 2.650 1.872 1.396 1.083
(Aluzinc
coated) Multi 4.167 2.910 2.070 1.552 1.210
0.5mm Single 3.673 2.755 1.809 1.256 -
Steel
5.13 Double 2.959 1.888 1.314 0.969 -
(Colour
coated) Multi 3.248 2.091 1.465 1.086 -
0.6mm Single 5.326 3.980 2.547 1.769 1.300
Steel
6.1 Double 4.695 3.042 2.142 1.594 1.234
(Colour
coated) Multi 4.971 3.340 2.372 1.775 1.380

Suction Load in kN/m2 (Defection limit = L/200)


Sheet Weight Span Span
Thickness Kg/m² Condition 0.9m 1.2m 1.5m 1.8m 2.1m
0.54mm Single 7.100 3.994 2.556 1.775 *1.166
Steel
5.3 Double 5.579 3.240 2.106 1.475 1.089
(Aluzinc
coated) Multi 6.382 3.735 2.437 1.711 1.266
0.5mm Single 4.494 2.528 1.618 1.123 -
Steel
5.13 Double 4.639 2.698 1.755 1.230 -
(Colour
coated) Multi 5.302 3.109 2.031 1.426 -
0.6mm Single 7.940 4.466 2.858 1.985 *1.346
Steel
6.1 Double 6.581 3.816 2.479 1.735 1.281
(Colour
coated) Multi 7.534 4.402 2.870 2.014 1.489
* controlled by deflection

Panel Material and Finish


Standard panel material options include:

1) 0.54 mm steel coated both sides with a layer of aluminium-zinc alloy (approximately 55%
aluminium 45% zinc) applied by the continuous hot dip method. Triple-spot minimum 185
grams per square metre as determined by the triple-spot test per ASTM Specification A90.

2) 0.5 mm Polyester colour coated steel.


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3) 0.6 mm Top Coat 50 (high build Polyester) colour coated steel.

4) 0.8 mm mill finished aluminium alloy, conforming to BS1470, Alloy 3103.

Expansion and Contraction


The LTP 38 Roof System is designed to provide for expansion and contraction caused by ± 55 °C
temperature differential in a steel panel, 12 m nominal length (typical maximum panel length).
Expansion and contraction is provided by factory pre-punched holes at the edge of the panel (round
holes in the top panel and slotted holes in the bottom panel) and by "purlin roll" at the intermediate
panel to structural connections. This will allow thermal movement of the panels without detrimental
effect to the roof.

Panel Splices
direction of erection

150 LTP 38 overlap


overlapping corrugation
continuous mastic LTP 38 top panel panlastic tape mastic
seal 50 100 in continuous sealant groove

LTP 38 lower panel

LTP 38 roof panel


full underlapping corrugation
bridge system with purlin bearing support leg
END LAP SIDE LAP

The LTP 38 Roof System has one outside overlapping corrugation and one outside underlapping
corrugation with a full purlin bearing support leg and a continuous sealant groove.
All side and end lap conditions are fully sealed, preventing the entry of capillary moisture.
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Ridge Detail

cranked LTP 38 ridge panel


LTP 38 roof panel

bridge system

unfaced insulation liner panel


cranked ridge liner panel
’Z’ purlin

CL building

Cranked ridge panels to match the LTP 38 profile are utilised to provide continuous cladding from
eave to eave.
The ridge panel splice occurs over the first purlin on either side of the building ridge.
Cranked ridge panels are used on roof slopes up to a maximum of 12°. Roof slopes over 12° will
utilise a ridge cover trim with rubber closures to seal the ridge area.
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Fasteners
All fasteners must be installed with suitable tools, and in accordance with the recommendations of
the manufacturer.
Panel-to-structural fastener connections are made with stainless steel self-drilling screws, complete
with 19 mm washers.
Panel to panel connections are generally made with stainless steel self-drilling stitching screws,
complete with 16mm washers.

Panel to panel connections at the pre-punched end lap are made with Lindab Butler self-clinching
aluminium Lockrivet fasteners, 19 mm diameter low profile head with sealing washer.
Fastener locations will be shown on erection drawings, provided by Lindab Butler.

When Aluminium panels are used, all roof fasteners will be Lindab Butler self-clinching aluminium
Lockrivets, 19 mm diameter low profile head with sealing washer. All panel to structural connection
will align with pre-punched holes in the structural system.

Panel Application
The structural system must be square and plumb before roof panel installation commences.
Panels shall be aligned and installed in accordance with erection drawings provided by Lindab
Butler.
Panel shall be positioned and aligned to hold the 1000 mm module throughout the building length.
Side laps will be at least one full corrugation.
End laps will be at least 150 mm and will always be designed to fasten together and over a structural
members.
The ridge panel splice shall occur over the first purlin on either side of the building ridge.
All panel side and end lap conditions shall be sealed with Panlastic sealant (weather sealing
compound) to prevent the entry of capillary moisture.
Panels shall be sealed at eave with a suitable closure. Rubber closures are available as an option
where tighter closure is required.
Eave panels shall extend beyond the building structural line.

Accessories
Accessories, i.e., ventilators, skylights, eave and gable trim, gutters and curbs, can be supplied as
standard by Lindab Butler, unless otherwise specified.
The paint coating on all gutters, downspouts, gable trim and eave trim will be exterior quality paint
system.
Location of standard accessories will be as shown on erection drawings as furnished by Lindab
Butler.
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LTP 38 ROOF SYSTEM PARAMETERS


Building Width
The LTP 38 roof system is designed for buildings with a maximum width of 110 m or less, having a
gabled roof with ridge, or a single slope not exceeding a maximum of 55 m in width. Wider
buildings will require the use of special details to accommodate thermal expansion and contraction.

Building Length
No special roof expansion provisions are normally required. The corrugations in the panels provide
adequate movement for thermal expansion in normal conditions.
If there is a structural expansion joint in the building length direction (i.e. double frame, slotted
purlin, etc.) an expansion joint must be built into the roof and sidewall trim/gutter at the same
location.

Roof Slope
The LTP 38 roof system is specifically designed for a minimum 2° roof slope.
Cranked ridge panels to match the LTP 38 profile are used on roof slopes up to a maximum of 12°.
Roof slopes over 12° will utilise a ridge cover trim with rubber closures to seal the ridge area.

Building Design Loads


The LTP-38 roof system is designed to meet most live and wind load codes across Europe.

Panel Length
Panels will be provided up to a maximum length of 13.5 m to comply with site health and safety
regulations. Length tolerance is +3 mm for all panels.
Panels will be a minimum of 1.0 m long due to manufacturing limits.
Single span panels are not recommended.

Panel Overhang
The maximum length of unsupported panel is 225 mm.

High Humidity
When building location will be exposed to 30% relative humidity and outside temperatures of 0°C,
we recommend a careful review by the architect and heating contractor.
When interior building conditions are to be controlled at or near 50% relative humidity, the use of
the LTP 38 roof system is not recommended. The MR-24® roof system may efficiently handle these
conditions if all parameters of the desired environment are reviewed.
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LTP 45 ROOF PANEL

Description
LTP 45 is a 900 mm wide factory roll-formed panel with five 45 mm high major corrugations. The
distance between major corrugations is 180 mm. The panel thickness is 0.5 mm or 0.6 mm and is
available in polyester pre-painted steel or Top Coat high built polyester pre-painted steel. Panels are
fixed to the structure by self-drilling screws. Sidelaps are joined using self-drilling screws. The LTP
45 is suitable for roof slopes from 6 degrees (1:10).

Load Capacity Tables (Ultimate values)

Gravity Load in KN/m² (Deflection Limit = L / 200)


Sheet Weight Span Span
Thickness Kg/m² Condition 0.9m 1.2m 1.5m 1.8m 2.1m
0.5mm Single 6.239 4.680 3.576 2.483 *1.651
5.35
Steel Double 5.478 3.583 2.541 1.902 1.479
0.6mm Single 9.036 6.777 5.074 *3.423 *2.155
6.43
Steel Double 7.799 5.099 3.616 2.706 2.104

Suction Load in KN/m² (Deflection Limit = L / 200)


Sheet Weight Span Span
Thickness Kg/m² Condition 0.9m 1.2m 1.5m 1.8m 2.1m
0.5mm Single 9.952 5.598 3.583 2.488 *1.651
5.35
Steel Double 8.440 5.065 3.351 2.372 1.763
0.6mm Single 14.14 7.955 5.091 *3.423 *2.155
6.43
Steel Double 12.12 7.241 4.779 3.378 2.509
* controlled by deflection
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LINER 1000

19
64 26

Colour Side 123 87.3 123

333.3 333.4 333.3

1000

General
Liner 1000 is a precision roll-formed panel supplied by Lindab Butler and installed in accordance
with the recommendations of Lindab Butler. The panel is intended for internal use as a liner panel.

Description
Liner 1000 is a 1000 mm wide factory roll-formed panel with three 19 mm high major corrugations.
The distance between major corrugations is 333 mm.
Panel lengths are variable up to 4.700 metres maximum due to possible handling restrictions.
Length tolerance is +3mm for all panels.
Panels will be unpunched for self-drilling screw type fasteners.

Panel Material
Panels are formed from 0.4 mm painted steel coil, 25 microns [nominal] coating of "Bright White"
Polyester on the visible side and a light grey backing coat on the internal surface. The base material
is hot dipped galvanised steel FeE250 G grade with a Z275 coating and a minimum yield strength of
250 N/mm2, or Aluzinc substrate with 150 gm coating and a minimum yield strength of 250 N/mm2.
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Fragility of Roof Liner Panels Class – Non Fragile Assembly


Condition Span
Light Panels Span 0.6m 1.2m 1.5m 1.575m
Y C C C
Single
N C C C
Y C C
Double
N C C

Fire Performance
Liner 1000 has a Class 1 rating for surface spread of flame when tested in accordance with BS 476
Part 7 and Class 0 non-combustible rating when tested in accordance with BS 476 Part 4.

Expansion and Contraction


Liner 1000 is subject to the same internal temperature as the structure, it is considered unnecessary
to allow for expansion and contraction.

Panel Application
The structural system must be square and plumb before roof panel installation commences.
Panels shall be aligned and attached in according with erection drawings provided by Lindab Butler.
Panels shall be positioned and aligned to hold the module throughout the building length.
Panels shall be sealed at base, top of wall and roof eaves with foam closures.
Panels will be unpunched for self-drilling screw type fasteners.

Curved Roofs
Use of the standard Liner 1000 is not recommended on curved roofs below 70 m radius .

Panel Splices
p
100 liner overla
top liner panel
bottom liner panel 30 70
overlapping corrugation
with bearing leg
foil backed
mastic seal

continuous mastic
seal
underneath corrugation
’Z’ purlin
END LAP SIDE LAP

Liner 1000 has one under lapping side corrugation and one overlapping side corrugation with a full
bearing support leg.
All side and end laps are fully sealed, forming an efficient moisture vapour barrier.
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Ridge Detail

standard lap with cranked ridge liner panel


continuous mastic seal

Liner 1000 Liner 1000


CL building

’Z’ purlin

Panel Width Options


Panels are also available in widths of 600 mm (Liner 600) and 900 mm (Liner 900) for certain
applications, notably when used with MR-24® light panels on a 300 mm module.
19

64 26

110 80 110

300

Cranked ridge panels to match the Liner 1000 are utilised to provide continuous cladding eave to
eave on roof slopes up to a maximum of 12°.
Ridge panel splice shall occur over the first purlin on either side of the building ridge.
Roof slopes over 12° will utilise a ridge flashing sealed with foam closures.
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LINDAB BRIDGE SYSTEM

bridge
beam
bridge
support
bracket

Lindab Bridge System


The bridge system is an insulation spacing system, which provides thermally efficient roof systems
with minimal cold bridging. The bridge system comprises of two basic components i.e. the bridge
beam and the bridge support bracket.

Bridge Beam
The Bridge Beam is a 1.35 mm thick roll formed hot dip galvanised steel section, in accordance
with EN 10147,1995 grade S350GD + Z275 N-A-C.
The properties of the steel have subsequently been enhanced by an embossing process to work
harden the steel, which gives additional strength and fastener grip.
The bar has spigot ends which fit neatly into the adjacent Bridge Beam and when installed form a
continuous beam.

Bridge Support Bracket


The Bridge Support Bracket is 1.5 mm thick hot dip galvanised steel, in accordance with EN
10147,1995 grade S350GD + Z25 N-A-C.
The Bridge Support Bracket has enhanced strength properties because of work hardening.
A plastic pad is fitted to the bottom of the Bridge Support Bracket, which acts as a thermal break.
The Bridge Support Brackets are fitted at 1 m centres except at end spans where the centres are
decreased according to design requirements. The Bridge Support Bracket is fixed to the purlins and
girts with self-drilling screws.

Bridge Beam Design Loads


Allowable Design Load in kN/m²
Purlin Spacing
Load
1.0 m 1.25 m 1.5 m 1.75 m 2.0 m
Live Load 3.15 2.62 2.1 1.8 1.57
Wind Uplift 2.3 1.88 1.57 1.34 1.18

Note:The self-weight of the panel and bridge system have been included in the above figures.
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The allowable wind uplift loads are controlled by the Bridge Beam capacity. Larger wind uplift
values can be achieved by decreasing the Bridge Support Bracket spacing. Contact Lindab Butler’s
Engineering Department for specific applications not covered in this manual.
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SECTION 6 – ROOF ACCESSORIES

PAGE
NUMBER

6.1 LITE*PANL
6.2 RIDGE VENTILATORS
6.3 SMOKE AND HEAT EVACUATION SKYDOME FOR MR-24®
6.4 SMOKE AND HEAT EVACUATION SKYDOME FOR LTP 38
6.5 ROOF CURBS
6.6 ROOF LIGHT DETAIL
6.7 RIDGE LIGHT DETAIL
6.8 PIPE FLASHING
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LITE*PANL

Description
LITE*PANL is a polyester resin reinforced with glassfibre, formed to the same configuration as the
roof or wall panels.
There are two types of LITE*PANEL, single skin or insulated [double skin].
LITE*PANL is available in standard lengths of 3160 mm, spanning two 1500 mm nominal purlin
spaces.
Single skin LITE*PANL is available in special lengths up to 6160 mm.
Insulated LITE* PANEL is factory assembled.
Two layers of single skin LITE*PANEL can be used with a liner panel system to give the effect of
an insulated LITE*PANL.

Specifications
1) Grade 101 [Ext SAA].
Designated S AA under BS 476 Part 3, 1958; External Exposure Roof Tests.
Designated Class 1 under BS 476 Part 7, 1971; Surface Spread of Flame Test for Materials

2) Grade 300 [Ext SAB]


Designated S AB under BS 476 Part 3, 1958; External Exposure Roof Tests.
Designated Class 3 under BS 476 Part 7, 1971; Surface Spread of Flame Test for Materials.

3) Insulated Lite*Panl
Consists of a Grade 300 exterior skin and a Grade 101 interior skin.
Thermal Transmittance is approximately 2.94 W/m2K.
Note: Care must be taken when handling insulated LITE*PANL components.

4) Light Transmission
Single skin LITE*PANL has a light transmission rating of 85%.
Insulated LITE*PANL has a light transmission rating of 70%.
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LITE*PANL FOR LTP 38

A. Single-Skin

- Formed to the same configuration as LTP 38, LITE*PANL must be installed in


single units in the roof, and may be installed in single or multiple units in side walls.
- Available in either Grade 101(SAA) or Grade 300(SAB).

B. Double Skin (Insulated)

- Exterior and Interior skins are factory bonded together and the unit is installed as a
complete assembly.
- Minimum air gap between exterior and interior panels is 20 mm.
- Thermal Transmittance is approximately 2.94 W/m2K.

1000

333
EXTERIOR FACE 5mm

INTERIOR FACE
911

LITE * PANL CROSS SECTION.

+0 0
191±3 1401 − 3 100 1401 +
−3 191±3

EXTERIOR FACE

20
INTERIOR FACE
LONGITUDINAL SECTION THRU LITE*PANL
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LITE*PANL FOR MR-24®

LITE*PANL for MR-24® are seamed into the roof using the Roof Runner to form an integral part of
the roof system.
Single skin and insulated panels are available.

A. Single Skin

- Available only in Ext SAA Grade [101].


- Standard length is 3160 mm to cover 2 purlin spaces.

600

CORRUGATION LEFT CORRUGATION RIGHT

SEALANT
FASTENER
50 ± 1

grade 101 (SAA)


PLASTIC PANEL

59 482 59

B. Insulated

- Exterior and interior panels are factory bonded together. The complete assembly is
site seamed into the roof system.
- Standard length is 3160 mm to cover 2 purlin spaces.
- Minimum air gap between panels is 20 mm.
- Thermal Transmittance is approx. 2.94W/m2K.

600
CORRUGATION LEFT CORRUGATION RIGHT

SEALANT
FASTENER
50 ± 1

Exterior, grade 300


PLASTIC PANEL

Interior panel, grade 101


59 482 59
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GUIDE FOR DETERMINING THE AREA OF ROOF LITE*PANL


REQUIRED AS A PERCENTAGE OF FLOOR AREA.
The unit of measure used in daylight design is the Daylight Factor. This factor is the percentage of
light that is available inside a building, compared to that simultaneously available out of doors.

Industrial Buildings
Illumination requirements in a factory depend upon the work undertaken. As lighting requirements
can vary considerably between different operational zones, it is recommended that the primary
design requirement should be to provide a pleasant visual environment.
Where higher local levels of illumination are required to complete certain detailed tasks,
supplementary artificial lighting over these zones should be considered.
Excessive areas of "clear" glazing which can contribute to glare, solar heat input and heat loss
should be avoided.
Daylight factors in factories should be between 5% and 7%. In storage buildings where illumination
levels need only be sufficient to operate mechanical handling equipment or read consignee
addresses, this factor can be reduced to between 2% and 3%.

Recreational Buildings
Illumination requirements for recreation buildings such as sports halls and swimming pools are far
more demanding, since 'all round' vision is required to play fast moving ball games. Glare, either
from direct or reflected light and variation in brightness between adjoining surfaces is unacceptable.
The internal daylight factor should be approximately 10%.
To determine the area of LITE*PANL to meet these requirements, refer to Tables 1 & 2 below:

Correction Factor for


TYPE OF LOCATION
Roof Slopes 0°- 9°
TABLE 1. DIRTY
LOCATION (Heavy Industrial) 0.4
CORRECTION FACTOR INDUSTRIAL
0.5
(Urban Industrial)
CLEAN
(Rural Suburban) 0.7

TABLE 2.
SINGLE-SKIN LITE*PANL 85% LIGHT TRANSMISSION
BOUBLE-SKIN LITE*PANL: 70% LIGHT TRANSMISSION
NOTE: Applies to LTP 38 AND MR-24® LITE*PANL

Location
LITE*PANL REQUIRED DAYLIGHT FACTOR PERCENT (%)
Factor
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
0.4 SINGLE 1.5 4.4 7.4 10.3 13.2 16.2 19.1 22.1 25.0 27.9 30.9 33.8
DOUBLE 1.7 5.3 8.9 12.5 16.0 19.6 23.2 26.7 30.3 33.9 37.5 41.1
0.5 SINGLE 1.2 3.5 5.9 8.2 10.6 12.9 15.3 17.7 20.0 22.4 24.7 27.1
DOUBLE 1.4 4.3 7.1 10.0 12.9 15.7 18.6 21.4 24.3 27.2 30.0 32.8
0.7 SINGLE 0.8 2.5 4.2 5.9 7.6 9.2 10.9 12.6 14.3 16.0 17.7 19.3
DOUBLE 1.0 3.1 5.1 7.2 9.2 11.2 13.3 15.3 17.4 19.4 21.4 23.4
AREA OF LITE*PANL (PERCENTAGE OF FLOOR AREA)
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Example
Consider a building requiring a daylight factor of 5%, with a 5° roof slope, located in an urban
industrial area, incorporating Lindab Butler LITE*PANL. The net amount of LITE*PANL as a
percentage of the floor area read directly from Table 2.
Single - Skin LITE*PANL: 10.6%
in two - Skin LITE*PANL: 12.9%
In practice, recommendations of 11% and 13% would be given.
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RIDGE VENTILATORS
For air change and circulation through the roof ridge.
*SINGLE OR MULTIPLE UNITS.
*EASY OPERATION.
*FAST INSTALLATION FROM OUTSIDE THE BUILDING.
GALV. BIRD SCREEN

OUTSIDE COVER

SP
AC
ER
RAIN COVER

LEVER ARM
BAFFLE PLATE
STRAP

BRACKET
FLASHING

NYLON ROLLER ROLLER BRACKETS


CROSS BRACE

Ventilators are designed to fit LTP 38 or MR-24® roofs with 1:12 roof slope. Other roof slopes may
be accommodated by modifying the ventilator apron.
Units are available in 2.7 m lengths and may be installed as a single unit or in multiple units along
the ridge.

Specification
1) Ventilators are used as a means for regulating air exhaust in metal buildings and are
fabricated from mill finish aluminium.

2) Ventilators are 2.7 m in length, with a 260 mm throat, and complete with bird screen,
operating damper with 25 m of cable, end caps and necessary closures.

3) Ventilators are fully assembled, except for joint splice packages.

4) The ventilator damper is spring loaded to keep it in the closed position. The damper is
connected to the open/close handle by a system of cable and pulleys which may be placed to
suit the building layout.

5) A single ventilator 2.7 m long has the capacity to move 75 cu. metres per minute at a
temperature difference of 10 degrees C and at a stack height of 8 m [insulated buildings
only].
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 6.3.1
Section: 6 ROOF ACCESSORIES Revision Date: .

SMOKE AND HEAT EVACUATION SKYDOME


FOR MR-24® ROOF SYSTEM

Type: MR-24® PRV

Scope of Application
MR-24® Standing Seam Roof System:
The curb contains two parts; a frame connecting to the MR-24® standing seam roof and the
curb of the skydome, which has been specially developed to fit the connecting frame.
The skydome is available with various opening mechanizms.
The installation of the skydome can be
started after having finished the
installation of the roof sheets.
The roof opening should be cut out, and
the “L” profiled supporting frame (header)
should be installed from below. Two
sealing strips supplied with the skydome
should be put into the flute at the bottom
side of the connecting frame. After this,
the connecting frame should be put onto
Connecting frame roof opening. The “L” profiled header and
the connecting frame should be screwed
tightly together.
On the inner side of the roof, the thermal
insulation can be folded and hidden under
the header.
The skydome can easily be fixed onto the
connecting frame with the screws
supplied. Insulation and weather tightness
are assured by sealing strips.

Connecting frame and skydome


PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 6.3.2
Section: 6 ROOF ACCESSORIES Revision Date: .

MR-24® PRV Skydome

Description
The connecting frame and curb of the skydome is made of double polyester with glass fibre
reinforcement. They are stiffened by pressed board, and insulated with polyurethane foam;
K = 1.5 W/m2°C
The dome is available in:
- Double - Skin, translucent polyester, or
- Double - Skin, cellular, opal polycarbonate

Activating Mechanisms
MR-24® PRV type smoke and heat evacuation skydome is available with two activating
mechanisms options.
1) Pneumatic Cylinder
The emergency opening system is activated by CO2 cartridges. When the cartridge is pierced
the pressure pushes the piston and opens immediately the equipment. The skydome can be
closed by a remote control system.
An automatic activation is possible by a thermal fuse installed on the curb of the roof light.
The thermal fuse can be calibrated from 68°C to 90°C.

For daily ventilation there are two possibilities:


− A system of compressed air sets in motion the pneumatic cylinders. In this case the
compressed air is provided by a compressor.
− In the second case an electric motor can be installed. This motor will push the
opening part of the skydome to a height from 300 to 500 mm.

2) Gas Telescopes
With this option an electromagnetic or
pneumatic lock keeps the skydome in the
closed position. The lock can be released by
a electric impulse (24 V or 220V) or by CO2
and the gas telescopes will immediately open
the skydome.
The lock is completed by a thermal fuse
calibrated to 70 °C, that - in case of fire -
releases automatically the lock and opens the
skydome. Electromagnetic lock in closed position
Note: When activating the system with gas telescopes, skydomes should be closed manually from the roof. Daily
ventilation is not possible with this system.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 6.3.3
Section: 6 ROOF ACCESSORIES Revision Date: .

MR-24® PRV Skydome

Technical Characteristics:
Nominal dimension 1000 x 2200 mm
Upper dimension of the curb 1000 x 2200 mm
Outer dimension of the curb 1260 x 2420 mm
Height of the curb 364 mm
Weight of the skydome 80 kg
Opening surface area 2.20 m2
Efficient evacuation surface (pneumatic) 1.56 m2
Efficient evacuation surface (by winch) 1.50 m2

Lighting Surface (Dome Material Properties)


Polyester Polycarbonate
Insulation K = 3.49 W/m2°C K = 3.1 W/m2°C
Light transmission 80 % 62 %
Max. snow load 150 kg/m2 150 kg/m2
Shock resistance 1200 J/m2 1200 J/m2
Fire resistance category M3 M2

Types By Activating Mechanisms:

Reference Type
MR-24® E PRV FIX Fixed skydome

MR-24® E PRV PN Pneumatic smoke and heat evacuation skydome


(with pneumatic or electric daily ventilation option)
MR-24® E PRV GPN Pneumatic smoke and heat evacuation skydome
(without daily ventilation option)
MR-24® E PRV GEL Electric smoke and heat evacuation skydome
(without daily ventilation option)
MR-24® E PRV TR Smoke and heat evacuation skydome activated by winch
(with manual daily ventilation option)
MR-24® E PRV VEL Electric daily ventilation skydome

MR-24® E PRV VPN Pneumatic daily ventilation skydome


PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 6.4.1
Section: 6 ROOF ACCESSORIES Revision Date:

SMOKE AND HEAT EVACUATION SKYDOME


FOR LTP 38 ROOF SYSTEM

Type: LTP 38 PRV

Scope of Application:
Roof Systems covered by LTP 38 trapezoidal panel:
Insulation is very simple if the curbs are installed at the same time as the LTP 38 roof panels.
The upper part of the curb underlaps and lower part overlaps the LTP 38 panels. This method of
installation ensures that the skydome is watertight.
Installation of the curbs after completion of the roof cladding is much more difficult. The roof
openings will have to be field cut, consequently watertight lapping of the curb with the roof panels
can be difficult.
Standard dimensions of the skydome have been designed to suit standard purlin spacings and
insulation widths.

Description
The curb is made of double skin polyester with glass fibre reinforcement. The horizontal part of the
curb matches the profile of the LTP 38 roof panel. The curb is stiffened by pressed board, and
insulated with polyurethane foam (K = 1.5 W/m2°C).

Spoilers
The smoke and heat evacuation skydome can be equipped with spoilers on request.
The Dome is made from Double-Skin acrylic glass (PMMA), the outer skin is opaque, the inner
skin is transparent.

Thermal insulation: K = 3.2 W/m2°C.


Light transmission: 85 %
Max. snow load: 150 kg/m2
Shock resistance: 1200 J/m2
Fire resistance category: B2, DIN 4102
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 6.4.2
Section: 6 ROOF ACCESSORIES Revision Date:

Activating Mechanisms
The LTP 38 PRV type smoke and heat evacuation skydome is available with two actuator
mechanisms:

1) Pneumatic Cylinders
The emergency opening system is activated by
CO2 cartridges. When the cartridge is pierced
the pressure pushes the piston and opens
immediately the equipment. The skydome can
be closed by a remote control system.
An automatic activation is possible by a
thermal fuse installed on the curb of the roof
light. The thermal fuse can be calibrated from
68°C to 90°C.

Pneumatic skydome with spoilers

For daily ventilation there are two


possibilities:
− A system of compressed air sets in
motion the pneumatic cylinders. In this
case the compressed air is provided by a
compressor.
− In the second case an electric motor can
be installed. This motor will push the
opening part of the skydome to a height
from 300 to 500 mm.

Pneumatic skydome in ventilation position


2) Gas Telescopes
With this option an electromagnetic or
pneumatic lock keeps the skydome in the
closed position. The lock can be released by a
electric impulse (24 V or 220V) or by CO2
and the gas telescopes will immediately open
the skydome.
The lock is completed by a thermal fuse
calibrated to 70 °C, that - in case of fire -
releases automatically the lock and opens the
skydome.
Electromagnetic lock in closed position
Note: When activating the system with gas telescopes, skydomes should be closed manually from the roof. Daily
ventilation is not possible with this system.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 6.4.3
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Technical Characteristics:
A type B type
Nominal dimension 1200 x 2400 mm 1200 x 1500 mm
Upper dimension of the curb 1000 x 2200 mm 1000 x 1300 mm
Outer dimension of the curb 2700 x 1800 mm 1800 x 1800 mm
Height of the curb 300 mm 300 mm
Weight of the skydome 100 kg 65 kg
Opening surface area 2.88 m2 1.80 m2
Flow-through coefficient (Cw) 0.63 0.63
Efficient evacuation surface 1.81 m2 1.13 m2

Available Types:

Reference Type

LTP 38 E PRV FIX Fixed skydome

LTP 38 E PRV PN Pneumatic smoke and heat evacuation skydome


(with pneumatic or electric daily ventilation option)
LTP 38 E PRV GPN Pneumatic smoke and heat evacuation skydome
(without daily ventilation option)
LTP 38 E PRV GEL Electric smoke and heat evacuation skydome
(without daily ventilation option)
LTP 38 E PRV TR Smoke and heat evacuation skydome activated by winch
(with manual daily ventilation option)
LTP 38 E PRV VEL Electric daily ventilation skydome

LTP 38 E PRV VPN Pneumatic daily ventilation skydome


PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 6.5.1
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ROOF CURBS
Availability
The roof curbs are designed for installation on LTP 38 and MR-24® roofs. Care should be taken in
using curbs in areas where the adjacent temperature exceeds 90 degrees C, as the strength of the unit
will be reduced.

Specification
Curbs are constructed from self extinguishing glassfibre reinforced polyester, 3 mm thick, with a
polyester surface gel coat on the outside surface.
Units are white in colour and opaque to light.
The base is the same configuration as the roof panel.

MR-24® Curb
Two parts are supplied, a curb and a cricket, the purpose of the cricket is to divert rain or snow
around the curb.
The curb and the cricket are fastened together during installation.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 6.5.2
Section: 6 ROOF ACCESSORIES Revision Date:

Metal Surface Mounted Roof Curbs

Design Procedure
1) Standard Metal Surface Mounted Roof Curbs are available in two standard nominal sizes:
a. 900 mm x 900 mm
b. 1100 mm x 1100 mm
The maximum loads which can be applied to these curbs are 300 kg and 400 kg respectively.
2) Loads in excess of the above must be structurally supported by the roof purlins and therefore
provision must be made in the design of the structure to accommodate the additional load.
3) Sufficient clearance must be allowed for the expansion movement of the roof so that ducting
or piping, which passes through the curb will not be damaged by this movement.
4) Curbs should not be placed closer than 2 purlin spaces from the eave or 2 purlins spaces
from the ridge without steps being taken to support the short roof panel against distortion
due to roof traffic or heavy loads.

Specification
Roof Curbs are manufactured from 2 mm thick mill finish aluminium.
The cross section of the curb is Z shaped to enable the roof panel fasteners to be concealed.
All joints are factory welded.
The bottom of the curb is shaped to enable the curb to fit over the panel corrugations at the
downslope end.
A separate water draining system and snow plough must be fitted on the upslope side of the curb.
Curbs are designed for specific locations along the roof, that are on 300 or 600 mm modules .
Curbs are designed to permit the free drainage of water past the curb.
Trim is provided to fit the insulation.
4− M16 x 35 8− M16 x 35
CLIP Section: 6

9− M12 x 35
1−M12 x 30
M16
WASHER

1−M12 x 30
CLIP
CLIP
(4) M16 x 35

CLIP M16
WASHER
2 DETAIL
1 DETAIL
3 DETAIL
ROOF LIGHT DETAIL
ROOF ACCESSORIES

ROOF LIGHT
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL

FLASHING
INSIDE SKYLIGHT FLASHING INSIDE SKYLIGHT
FLASHING RUBBER CLOSURE
RUBBER CLOSURE APPLY PANLASTIC AND MASTIC FLASHING
INSIDE SKYLIGHT TOP & BTM. OF RUBBER CLOSURE
WITH PANLASTIC AND MASTIC
Page Number:

Revision Date:

LTP 38 FLASHING ROOFLIGHT


PANEL SILICON SEAL SUPPORT EDGE TRIM
LTP 38 PANEL
ROOFLIGHT CHANNEL
SUPPORT
CHANNEL
ROOFLIGHT
SUPPORT
6.6.1

CHANNEL

PURLIN
A DETAIL
B DETAIL C DETAIL
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 6.6.2
Section: 6 ROOF ACCESSORIES Revision Date:

RIDGE LIGHT DETAIL

PLATE
6 − M12 x 30

4 − M12 x 30

M12 x 30 @ 500 CRS

CLIP
4 − M16 x 35
4 − M16 UNTERLEGSCHIEBEN CLIP
4 − M16 x 35
4 − M16 UNTERLEGSCHIEBEN

RIDGE LIGHT

C A

INSIDE RIDGE LIGHT

ROOFLIGHT
SUPPORT
CHANNEL
INSIDE RIDGE LIGHT
FLEXIBLE
SEAL. FLASHING FLEXIBLE SEAL.
RETAINER WITH PANEL UPSTAND TRIM
FLASHING RETAINER
PANLASTIC R
CLIP PANEL
MR24 R
SPACER
MR24 CLOSURE
EDGE BLOCK
PANEL
TRIM ROOFLIGHT
SUPPORT
CHANNEL
FACED INSULATION

B DETAIL SPACER A DETAIL


BLOCK
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 6.7.1
Section: 6 ROOF ACCESSORIES Revision Date: -

PIPE FLASHING
Weatherproof units for pipe penetrations through roofs.

Pipe flashings are designed to sit perpendicular to the roof slope, the resilient flexible sleeve
provides a watertight seal around pipes and flues which penetrate the roof.

Pipe flashings are a one piece flexible moulded black rubber unit manufactured from EPDM
(Ethylene Propolene Diene Monomer) compounded with carbon blacks and other additions to give
maximum weatherability and resistance to ozone and ultra violet light. Bonded to the rubber flange
of the pipe flashing is a ductile aluminium reinforcing ring that easily bends to conform to the shape
of the roof profile.

The flexibility of the pleated rubber allows it to perform on all panel profiles and slopes up to 4:12.
The flexible material also allows for pipe movement due to expansion and contraction or vibration
while maintaining a weatherproof seal.

Pipe flashings are available for pipes up to 480 mm diameter and accommodate temperatures up to
+300° F.

High temperature pipe flashings are also available for temperatures up to 480°F. These units are
manufactured from silicone and are coloured red for identification.

Pipe flashings must be installed as per erection drawings provided by Lindab Butler.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 7.0
Section: 7 WALL SYSTEMS Revision Date: -

SECTION 7 – WALL SYSTEMS

PAGE
NUMBER

7.1 WALL SYSTEM WITH LINER PANEL


7.2 WALL SYSTEM WITH FACED BLANKET INSULATION
7.3 WALL SYSTEM WITH INTERIOR LINER PANEL
7.4 LVP 38 WALL PANEL
7.5 LVP 38R WALL PANEL
7.6 LVP 45 WALL PANEL
7.7 LINER PANEL
7.8 LINDAB BRIDGE SYSTEM
7.9 WALL PANEL DETAILS
7.10 COMPOSITE PANELS
7.11 FIRECHECK 300 WALL SYSTEM
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 7.1.1
Section: 7 WALL SYSTEMS Revision Date: -

WALL SYSTEM WITH LINER PANEL

SL

insulation

bridge
clip

bridge bar
’Z’ girt

liner panel wall panel

The built up wall system is a field assembled double skin system consisting of a trapezoidal outer
panel and a profiled liner panel. The panels are separated by the Lindab Bridge System allowing the
cavity to be filled with insulation.

The built up wall system with liner panel has been designed to provide regulatory compliance with
U-values, thermal bridging, air leakage and insulation continuity to the approved standard suitable
for the intended use of the building.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 7.1.2
Section: 7 WALL SYSTEMS Revision Date: -

Thermal Transmittance
The units of Thermal Transmittance are: Watts per square metre degree Kelvin [W/m²K].
The symbol for Thermal Transmittance is referred to as the U – Value.

Application Insulation Thickness U - Value


80 mm 0.47
Exterior Panel Wall+ Liner 100 mm 0.38
Panel 120 mm 0.32
200 mm 0.19

Values were calculated using HEAT3 computer finite element analysis programme. HEAT3 meets
the standard requirements in EN ISO1021 1-1 “Thermal Bridges in building Construction – Heat
Flows and Surface Temperatures – Part 1 General Calculation Methods”.
Note: Nominal girt spacing is assumed to be 1.5 m.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 7.2.1
Section: 7 WALL SYSTEMS Revision Date: -

WALL SYSTEM WITH FACED BLANKET INSULATION

wall panel

bridge clip

wall panel
’Z’ girt ’Z’ girt

bridge bar

60 faced insulation faced insulation


(100mm & 120mm) (60mm & 80mm)

Wall systems are designed for use with faced blanket insulation with or without the Lindab Bridge
System.

Thermal Transmittance
The units of Thermal Transmittance are: Watts per square metre degree Kelvin [W/m²K].
The symbol for Thermal Transmittance is referred to as the U – Value.

Application Insulation Thickness U - Value


60 mm 0.74
80 mm 0.62
Exterior Wall Panel + Faced
100 mm 0.4
Insulation
120 mm 0.33
200 mm 0.21

Values were calculated using HEAT3 computer finite element analysis programme. HEAT3 meets
the standard requirements in EN ISO1021 1-1 “Thermal Bridges in Building Construction – Heat
Flows and Surface Temperatures – Part 1 General Calculation Methods”.
Note: Nominal girt spacing is assumed to be 1.5 m.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 7.3.1
Section: 7 WALL SYSTEMS Revision Date: -

WALL SYSTEM WITH INTERIOR LINER PANEL

The liner panel is installed after installation of girts, exterior wall panels, doors, and other wall
accessories.
The interior flange of girts is un-punched for wall liner application. Lindab Butler provides torx self
drilling screws for panel to panel fastening and torx self drilling screws for the panel to structural
fastening. For panel to structural fasteners, self drilling screws are provided.

faced insulation

’Z’ girt

EXTERIOR
WALL PANEL

LINER PANEL
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 7.4.1
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LVP 38 WALL PANEL

Colour Side

38
73 32.5

123 87.3 123

333.3 333.4 333.3

1000

General
The LVP 38 wall panel is a precision roll formed panel as supplied by Lindab Butler and installed in
accordance with the recommendations provided by Lindab Butler.

Description
LVP 38 is a 1000 mm wide factory roll-formed panel with four 38 mm high major corrugations. The
distance between the major corrugations is 333 mm. The flat of the panel contains two additional
corrugations.
Panels shall be of maximum length, up to 13.5 m so as to minimise panel end laps. Length tolerance
is +3 mm for all panels.
One outside corrugation shall be formed as an overlapping corrugation. The other outside
corrugation shall be formed as a full underlapping corrugation, which will provide a bearing support
to the side lap and also incorporates a continuous length sealant groove.

Panel Design
Panel design shall be in accordance with the relevant Eurocodes and in accordance with best known
Engineering methods and practices.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 7.4.2
Section: 7 WALL SYSTEMS Revision Date: -

Design Wind Load


The table below provides the allowable wind loads on the panel when used on standard girt spacing
as specified in the “Secondary Structural Members” section (Section 3) of this manual. The panel
load capacities are calculated using approved methods and with accepted deflection criteria.

Allowable Wind Loads kN/m2 (based on standard girt spacing)


Thk. of
Height of
panel Pressure Suction
wall m
mm
0.5 0.781 0.954
4
0.6 1.293 1.346
0.5 0.806 1.058
5
0.6 1.316 1.577
0.5 0.834 1.022
6
0.6 1.380 1.442
0.5 0.855 1.047
7
0.6 1.414 1.477
0.5 0.880 1.067
8
0.6 1.457 1.506

Panel Material Options


0.5 mm and 0.6 mm thick, HDG min yield 280N/m², Top Coat 50 (high build Polyester) colour
coated steel and 0.5 mm thick, HDG min yield 280N/m², polyester colour coated steel.

Panel Application
The structural system must be square and plumb before wall panel installation commences.
Panels must be aligned and attached in accordance with erection drawings provided by Lindab
Butler.
All side laps must be at least one full corrugation.
Panels must be sealed at the base with a suitable closure.

Fasteners
LVP 38 Wall Panel connections, both panel to panel and panel to structural, shall be made with self
drilling screws complete with coloured heads to match the external sheet colour.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 7.5.1
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LVP 38R WALL PANEL

Colour Side

38

73 32.5

123 87.3 123

333.3 333.4 333.3

1000

General
The LVP 38R wall panel is a precision roll formed panel as supplied by Lindab Butler and installed
in accordance with the recommendations provided by Lindab Butler.

Description
LVP 38R is a 1000 mm wide factory roll-formed panel with four 38 mm high major corrugations.
The distance between the major corrugations is 333 mm. The flat of the panel contains two
additional corrugations.
Panels shall be of maximum length, up to 13.5 m so as to minimise panel end laps. Length tolerance
is +3 mm for all panels.
One outside corrugation shall be formed as an overlapping corrugation. The other outside
corrugation shall be formed as a full underlapping corrugation, which will provide a bearing support
to the side lap and also incorporates a continuous length sealant groove.

Panel Design
Panel design shall be in accordance with the relevant Eurocodes and in accordance with best known
Engineering methods and practices.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 7.5.2
Section: 7 WALL SYSTEMS Revision Date: -

Design Wind Load


The table below provides the allowable wind loads on the panel when used on standard girt spacing
as specified in the “Secondary Structural Members” section of this manual. The panel load
capacities are calculated using approved methods and with accepted deflection criteria.

Allowable Wind Loads kN/m2 (based on standard girt spacing)


Thk of
Height of
panel Pressure Suction
wall m
mm
0.5 0.845 0.856
4
0.6 1.195 1.504
0.5 0.864 1.004
5
0.6 1.229 1.666
0.5 0.902 0.918
6
0.6 1.275 1.610
0.5 0.925 0.940
7
0.6 1.307 1.649
0.5 0.953 0.959
8
0.6 1.346 1.682

Panel Material Options


0.5 mm and 0.6 mm thick, HDG min yield 280N/m², Top Coat 50 (high build Polyester) colour
coated steel and 0.5 mm thick, HDG min yield 280N/m², polyester colour coated steel.

Panel Application
The structural system must be square and plumb before wall panel installation commences.
Panels must be aligned and attached in accordance with erection drawings provided by Lindab
Butler.
All side laps must be at least one full corrugation.
Panels must be sealed at the base with a suitable closure.

Fasteners
LVP 38R Wall Panel connections, both panel to panel and panel to structural shall be made with
self drilling screws complete with coloured heads to match the external sheet colour.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 7.6.1
Section: 7 WALL SYSTEMS Revision Date: -

LVP 45 WALL PANEL

Colour Side

43
47 77 28

900

Description
LVP 45 is a 900 mm wide factory roll-formed panel with five 45 mm high major corrugations. The
distance between major corrugations is 180 mm. The panel thickness is 0.5 mm or 0.6 mm and is
available in polyester pre-painted steel, or Top Coat, high built polyester pre-painted steel. Panels
are fixed to the structure by self-drilling Torx head screws.

Loading Tables (Ultimate capacity values)

Imposed Load U.D. loads kN/m² (L / 200 deflection limit)


Sheet Weight Span Span
Thickness Kg/m² Condition 0.9m 1.2m 1.5m 1.8m 2.1m
0.5mm Single 6.239 4.68 3.576 2.483 *1.651
5.35
Steel Double 5.478 3.583 2.541 1.902 1.479
0.6mm Single 9.036 6.777 5.074 3.423 2.155
6.43
Steel Double 7.799 5.099 3.616 2.706 2.104

Suction Load U.D. loads kN/m² (L / 200 deflection limit)


Sheet Weight Span Span
Thickness Kg/m² Condition 0.9m 1.2m 1.5m 1.8m 2.1m
0.5mm Single 9.952 5.598 3.583 2.488 *1.651
5.35
Steel Double 8.44 5.065 3.351 2.372 1.763
0.6mm Single 14.14 7.955 5.091 3.423 *2.155
6.43
Steel Double 12.12 7.241 4.779 3.378 2.509
* controlled by deflection
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 7.7.1
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LINER 1000

19
64 26
Colour Side
123 87.3 123

333.3 333.4 333.3

1000

General
Liner 1000 is a precision rolled formed panel intended for internal use and installed in accordance
with the recommendations of Lindab Butler.

Description
Liner 1000 is a 1000 mm wide factory roll-formed panel with three 19 mm major corrugations. The
distance between major corrugations is 333 mm. Panel lengths are variable up to 4.7 m maximum
due to possible handling restrictions. Length tolerance is +3 mm for all panels. Panels will be un-
punched for self-drilling screw type fasteners.

Panel Material
Panels are formed from 0.4 mm painted steel, 25 microns [nominal] coating of "Bright White"
Polyester on the visible side and a light grey backing coat on the internal surface. Base material is
hot dipped galvanised steel FeE250 Grade with a Z275 coating and a minimum yield strength of 250
N/mm2, or aluzinc substrate with a 150 gm coating and a minimum yield strength of 250 N/mm2.

Application Notes
The structural system must be plumb before liner panel installation commences.
Liner 1000 must be aligned and attached in accordance with erection drawings as provided by
Lindab Butler.
Liner 1000 may require field cutting around accessories such as doors and windows. For flashing
details around accessories see (Section 16) “CONSTRUCTION DETAILS”.
Panels must be sealed at all side and end lap conditions to provide effective moisture vapour barrier.
To ensure regulatory compliance for U-values, thermal bridging, air leakage and insulation
continuity, foam closures must be fitted at the base, top and at all framed openings.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 7.7.2
Section: 7 WALL SYSTEMS Revision Date: -

Fasteners
Panel to structural connection must be made with self-drilling screws complete with 19 mm metal
backed neoprene washers.
Panel to panel connections must be made with self-drilling screws or rivets where appropriate.

Trim Material
Standard trim material is 0.6 mm thick – Bright White Polyester

Fire Performance
The Liner 1000 has a Class 1 rating for surface spread of flame when tested in accordance with BS
476 Part 7and a Class 0 non-combustible rating when tested in accordance with BS 476 Part 4.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 7.8.1
Section: 7 WALL SYSTEMS Revision Date: -

LINDAB BRIDGE SYSTEM

bridge beam

bridge bracket

Lindab Bridge System


The bridge system is an insulation spacing system, which provides thermally efficient wall systems
with minimal cold bridging. The bridge system comprises of two basic components; the bridge
beam and the bridge support bracket.

Bridge Beam
The Bridge Beam is a 1.35 mm thick roll formed hot dip galvanised steel section, in accordance
with EN 10147,1995 Grade S350GD + Z275 N-A-C.
The properties of the steel have subsequently been enhanced by an embossing process to work
harden the steel, which gives additional strength and fastener grip.
The bar has spigot ends which fit neatly into the adjacent Bridge Beam and when installed form a
continuous beam.

Bridge Support Bracket


The Bridge Support Bracket is 1.5 mm thick hot dip galvanised steel, in accordance with EN
10147,1995 Grade S350GD + Z25 N-A-C.
The Bridge Support Bracket is stamped out and has enhanced strength properties because of work
hardening.
A plastic pad is fitted to the bottom of the Bridge Support Bracket, which acts as a thermal break.
The Bridge Support Brackets are fitted at 1 m centres except at end spans where the centres are
decreased according to design requirements. The Bridge Support Bracket is fixed to the purlins and
girts with self-drilling screws.

Bridge Beam Design Loads


Allowable Design Load in kN/m²
Girt Spacing
Load
1.0 m 1.25 m 1.5 m 1.75 m 2.0 m
Pressure 3.15 2.62 2.1 1.8 1.57
Suction 2.3 1.88 1.57 1.34 1.18

The allowable wind loads are controlled by the bridge bar capacity. Capacities can be increased by
decreasing the bridge support bracket spacing.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 7.9.1
Section: 7 WALL SYSTEMS Revision Date: -

WALL SYSTEM DETAILS

SL SL
Liner panel

Liner panel
trapezoidal wall panel

base channel
bridge system
inside corner trim

thermal break

SL
125mm

trapezoidal wall panel


base flashing outside corner trim
closure flashing

BASE DETAIL CORNER DETAIL

225
bridge system

roof panel
gutter fascia
roof panel
bridge system gable fascia

Liner panel
200
Liner panel

’Z’ purlin
’Z’ purlin

trapzoidal wall panel

Liner panel trapezoidal wall panel


Liner panel SL SL

EAVE DETAIL GABLE DETAIL


PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 7.10.1
Section: 7 WALL SYSTEMS Revision Date: -

COMPOSITE WALL PANELS


Lindab Butler provides a wide variety of factory produced composite panel systems as part of the
Widespan product offering. Contact Lindab Butler regarding availability and details.

(INFORMATION TO FOLLOW)
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 7.11.1
Section: 7 WALL SYSTEMS Revision Date: -

FIRECHECK 300 WALL SYSTEM

SL
rock fibre blanket insulation

secondary structurals connected


to primary structure with bridge system
slotted clips / plastic washers

wall panel

liner panel
sidelaps stitched
at 400 centres

To minimize the risk of damage to adjoining properties from a fire within a building, regulations
stipulate minimum requirements for the fire protection of building elements.
The regulations vary for each type of element, for example, walls, columns, and partitions. The
considerations regarding the amount of fire resistance required is also determined by factors such as
the size of the element, the end use of the building or the distance that the particular element of the
building is from the site boundary.

Firecheck-300 is designed to comply with building regulations for use in external walls, which are
non-loadbearing, and are located 1 m or more from the site boundary line.

The basic construction, as shown, has an exterior trapezoidal wall panel i.e. LVP 38, LVP 38R, or
LVP 45, a rockfibre blanket insulation, with a nominal density of 23 kg/m³, and a profiled metal
liner panel. The Lindab Bridge System provides structural support to the outer panel

The secondary wall structural members are connected to the main primary frames with slotted clips
and plastic washers. This allows adequate movement in the event of fire.

The assembly was tested at the Warrington Fire Research Centre in accordance with BS 476 : Part
22 :1987 and the following results were confirmed in a report issued 24th May 2003:

Integrity 300 minutes [Test discontinued].


Stability 300 minutes [Test discontinued].
Insulation 35 minutes.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 8.0
Section: 8 WALL ACCESSORIES Revision Date: -

SECTION 8 – WALL ACCESSORIES

PAGE
NUMBER

8.1 FRAMED OPENINGS FOR PERSONNEL DOORS & WINDOWS


8.2 OVERHEAD DOOR OPENINGS .
8.3 DOOR AND WINDOW DETAILS
8.4 LINDAB DOORS
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 8.1.1
Section: 8 WALL ACCESSORIES Revision Date: -

FRAMED OPENINGS FOR PERSONNEL DOORS & WINDOWS


Framed Openings provide a suitable perimeter for windows, doors and louvres and may also be used
for allowing ducting or other services to pass through the walls.

Framed Openings are fabricated from roll-formed hot dipped galvanized steel ‘C’ sections and
include the structural framing members, flashing and fasteners.

Product Description For Doors & Windows


Framed Openings for doors and windows consist of cold rolled galvanized ‘C’ sections, 165 mm,
200 mm or 250 mm deep.
The depth of section and thickness are determined based on design requirements.
‘C’ section Door and Window structural members are connected to the structure and foundations
using angle clips and zinc plated bolts.
There are no welded end plates or bridle plates fitted to the ‘C’ sections and no welded butt joints.
In order to provide a flush finish on the inside, the posts and door headers are connected utilizing
counterformed holes with countersunk bolts and spacer washers. Anchor Bolts at the base clip are
not provided by Lindab Butler

clip
spacer washer plate

12 24

M12 countersunk
bolt
M12 nut
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 8.2.1
Section: 8 WALL ACCESSORIES Revision Date: -

OVERHEAD DOOR OPENINGS


Overhead door structural members are fabricated from roll-formed hot dipped galvanized steel ‘C’
sections and are ready to be installed quickly and easily. The structural members provide the
framework for overhead doors, supplied by others.

Door Types
Sectional Overhead Doors are typically recommended by Lindab Butler as they provide several
advantages not offered by other types of doors, including:
a] Light economical support structural members.
b] They are normally insulated.

Other types of doors may also be used, e.g. roller shutter, folding/sliding, however these doors may
require additional structural support members.

Ordering Procedures
When ordering Overhead Door Openings only, door posts, door headers, endwall headers (when
required), post flashing, drip gutter and necessary clips, fasteners, and sealant are provided unless
otherwise specified by Lindab Butler.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 8.3.1
Section: 8 WALL ACCESSORIES Revision Date: -

DOOR AND WINDOW DETAILS


Framing Details

DETAIL C DETAIL A DETAIL B

C B
A

DETAIL D
A
E

B
SL
D DETAIL E
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 8.3.2
Section: 8 WALL ACCESSORIES Revision Date: -

Door Details: Composite Wall Panel

DRIP GUTTER
LENGTH = DOOR WIDTH + 220

DOOR OPENING HEIGHT SAW CUT PANEL TO


EXTEND DRIP GUTTER
C
110 PAST SIDE TRIM

B B

DOOR OPENING WIDTH


ELEVATION ON DOOR
FIXING CLIP SILICON

FIX PANEL CLIP THRU


FLASHINGS TO HEADER

COVER TRIMS DOOR


HEIGHT
DRIP GUTTER
VIEW ON A−A

DRIP GUTTER
DOOR SIDE TRIM
SILICON TO SILICON
UNDERSIDE OF
HEAD TRIM.

SILICON 175902
SIDE TRIM
VIEW ON B−B
DETAIL C
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 8.3.3
Section: 8 WALL ACCESSORIES Revision Date: -

Door Details

FIELD NOTCH PANEL TO


CLEAR DRIP GUTTER &
MASTIC TOP & BOTTOM

DOOR HEADER WALL PANEL

FOAM CLOSURE
HEADER PANEL

DRIP GUTTER

SIDE FLASHING

TRIM FLASHING DRIP GUTTER


WALL PANEL

DRIP GUTTER END DETAIL


DOOR HEADER DETAIL

DOOR POST

DOOR SIDE FLASHING

DOOR SIDE DETAIL WALL PANEL

TYPICAL
WALL PANEL

INSULATION SL BRIDGE DOOR POST

FOAM CLOSURE FOAM CLOSURE


DOOR FLASHING

LINER PANEL
INSULATION
SL

250x70
DOOR HEADER

DOUBLE SIDED
DOOR TRIM TAPE DRIP GUTTER
WALL PANEL
DOOR HEADER DETAIL DOOR POST DOOR SIDE DETAIL
FLASHING (INSULATED)
(INSULATED)
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 8.3.4
Section: 8 WALL ACCESSORIES Revision Date: -

Framed Opening (Personnel Door & Window) Details

FIXING CLIP
SILICON
DRIP GUTTER
OUTLINE OF SILICON
PANEL CLIP SILICON TO
UNDERSIDE OF
HEAD TRIM.

OPENING

SILICON
DRIP GUTTER
SIDE TRIM
HEAD DETAIL

OPENING

TRIM
TRIM

SIDE DETAIL
CILL DETAIL

WALL PANEL

FOAM CLOSURE

LVP 45 FLASHING
FLASHING WALL PANEL
FRAMED OPENING SIDE DETAIL
FRAMED OPENING TOP DETAIL LVP 38R
WALL PANEL FLASHING
WINDOW CILL FLASHING
FRAMED OPENING SIDE DETAIL

WALL PANEL LVP 38 FLASHING


WALL PANEL

FRAMED OPENING BOTTOM DETAIL FRAMED OPENING SIDE DETAIL


PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 8.3.5
Section: 8 WALL ACCESSORIES Revision Date: -

Framed Opening (Personnel Door & Window) Details

TYPICAL
WALL PANEL
INSULATION BRIDGE
FOAM CLOSURE
FOAM CLOSURE
WINDOW CILL
FOAM CLOSURE

DOUBLE SIDED
TAPE
WINDOW HEADER
BRIDGE
WINDOW OPENING HEIGHT

DOUBLE SIDED INSULATION


TAPE DRIP GUTTER TYPICAL
WALL PANEL

CILL DETAIL
HEADER DETAIL
WINDOW SIDE FLASHING
MASTIC SEAL TO ABUTMENT
OF SIDE & CILL FLASHINGS FIELD NOTCH WALL PANEL
FIELD NOTCH WALL PANEL
TO CLEAR DRIP GUTTER TO CLEAR CILL FLASHING
MASTIC TOP & BOTTOM

HEADER PANEL CILL FLASHING

DRIP GUTTER
TYPICAL WALL PANEL
WINDOW SIDE FLASHING
CILL & SIDE FLASHING JUNCTION DETAIL
TYPICAL WALL PANEL

DRIP GUTTER END DETAIL

LINER PANEL
INSULATION

LVP 45
WALL PANEL

WINDOW
SIDE DETAIL
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 8.4.1
Section: 8 WALL ACCESSORIES Revision Date: -

LINDAB DOORS

LindabDoorlineTM is a sectional door system suitable for most


industrial applications. Doors are available in widths from 2,200
mm to 8,000 mm and heights from 2,150 mm to 7,250 mm. The
doors are available with the following features:
• Produced in aluminium with polyester coating.
• Produced in hot dipped galvanized steel with polyester or
plastisol coating.
• Standard or special colours.
• Door guide rails installed according to the building
requirements.
• Manual, chain operated or motor driven control systems.
For more details or special requirements contact Lindab Butler.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 9.0
Section: 9 INSULATION SYSTEMS Revision Date: -

SECTION 9 – INSULATION SYSTEM

PAGE
NUMBER

9.1 INTRODUCTION
9.2 CONDENSATION
9.3 GLASSFIBRE INSULATION IN ROOFS AND WALLS
9.4 INSULATION FACINGS
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 9.1.1
Section: 9 WIDESPAN STRUCTURAL SYSTEM Revision Date: -

INTRODUCTION
The main purpose of thermal insulation in buildings is usually to reduce the rate at which heat is lost
through the structure from the inside to the outside. It is virtually impossible to stop the movement
of heat, about the best we can do is to slow down its movement.

Heat is lost from a building as a result of conduction through the structure, and through ventilation
or air change.

Apart from statutory requirements, a review of the benefits of insulation reveals that in both cold
and warm climates, whether heated or air conditioned or both, the insulated building is a sound
investment. The principle advantages of insulation are:

1) LOWER INITIAL EQUIPMENT COSTS for heating and air conditioning units.

2) LOWER OPERATING COSTS. Heating and air conditioning units carry less load, thereby
using less fuel and electricity. This is an annual saving, or an added cost without insulation,
for the life of the building.

3) BETTER WORKING CONDITIONS for occupants in both winter and summer.

4) HELPS CONTROL CONDENSATION when insulation has a vapour barrier.

5) INCREASES END USE VERSATILITY of the building as requirements change. This is an


important advantage, which may be overlooked, in initial planning. Insulating at the time of
erection is not only more economical than insulating later, but it also results in a better
appearance and a more efficient job.

6) PROVIDES SOUND CONTROL from rain, sleet and hail on the outside surfaces, while
soaking up noises generated on the inside of the building. This is particularly important in
buildings where offices are maintained, or which have a high degree of public usage.

7) INCREASES RESALE VALUE of the building because of the advantages listed above, and
because it gives a more finished appearance to the interior.

“U” VALUE

The Thermal Transmittance, or “U” Value, of a building element is calculated as the reciprocal of
the sum of the thermal resistances of its component parts and adjacent air layers, thus:

I
U= TOTAL AIR−TO−AIR RESISTANCE
The lower the U Value the better the insulating property.
The units of U are expressed in W/m2K(=W/m2°C)
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 9.2.1
Section: 9 WIDESPAN STRUCTURAL SYSTEM Revision Date: -

CONDENSATION

Because warm air can hold more moisture than cold air, it becomes immediately apparent that if
warm air is cooled, it eventually reaches a temperature at which it is fully saturated and can hold no
more moisture, then, if cooled further, some of the moisture is squeezed out. This temperature is
called the DEW POINT temperature. The moisture squeezed out is CONDENSATION.
Condensation problems are not unique with metal buildings, they are common to all types of
construction. These problems can be eliminated or minimised by proper planning in advance of
construction. Once the building is constructed, control measures often become more difficult and
expensive.

Condensation Control
The first step in the control of condensation is to determine the moisture level that will exist in the
building. If the prospective owner does not know in advance what relative humidity ranges may
occur indoors during cold weather, or if tables of relative humidity ranges are not sufficient guides,
tests should be conducted in similar occupancies within the same climate area. Once the moisture
level has been determined, then several measures may be brought to bear upon the problem.
In a Lindab Butler building, condensation control measures fall into three categories:
1) The use of enough insulation to economically control the temperature inside the building
(not necessarily minimum).
2) The selection of a vapour barrier adequate for the humidity conditions to be encountered, to
prevent moisture from passing through the insulation and contacting the metal exterior wall
or roof.
3) Adequate ventilation to prevent excessive build up of relative humidity inside the building.

In choosing insulation thickness and densities, the best procedure to follow is to choose the most
economical insulation from a standpoint of heating costs over a period of time. If this is done, the
insulation will be efficient enough, as related to condensation, to do the job when used in
conjunction with other control measures.

High humidity conditions dictate the use of an extremely efficient vapour barrier. The efficiency of
a vapour barrier is indicated by its PERM rating (water vapour transmitted in grams per hour square
metre per millimetre of mercury). (VINYL FACINGS ARE RATHER POOR VAPOUR
BARRIERS AS COMPARED TO FOILS OR FOIL LAMINATES AND SHOULD BE AVOIDED
IN HIGH HUMIDITY CONDITIONS)
EXTREME CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN DURING INSTALLATION TO SECURE A TIGHT
VAPOUR SEAL AT ALL JOINTS, TO PATCH ALL RIPS AND TEARS, AND TO MAKE
GOOD SEALS AROUND PIPES AND ACCESSORIES.

Ventilation
Careful attention should be given to the ventilation system in a metal building. The number of air
changes required per hour will depend on the end-use of the building. High humidity conditions
may dictate the need for either gravity or mechanical ventilation systems. Ventilation helps to
prevent condensation by removing warm moist air. This also removes heat from the building and
therefore provision must be made in the ventilating system to allow an equal amount of outside air
to enter the building.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 9.3.1
Section: 9 WIDESPAN STRUCTURAL SYSTEM Revision Date: -

GLASSFIBRE INSULATION IN ROOFS AND WALLS

Lindab Butler offers two types of glassfibre insulation, 1200 mm wide, with or without facing.

1) Glassfibre with a nominal density of 12 kg/cu.m.

2) Glassfibre with a nominal density of 16 kg/cu.m.

Because of the different densities, these materials have different resistances to compression. When
checking to ascertain the most appropriate fastener length, a good rule is to consider that 12kg
glassfibre will compress to a value of 10% of its original thickness and that 16kg glassfibre will
compress to a value of 15% of its thickness.

The standard insulation thickness offered are: 60 mm, 80 mm, 100 mm, 120 mm, 160 mm and 200
mm. Total insulation thickness is achieved by combining the following thickness of glassfibre rolls:
50 mm, 60 mm, 80 mm and 100 mm.

Where the insulation supply is not by Lindab Butler, the type of insulation must be specified so that
the correct fasteners and spacer system are provided by Lindab Butler. For other requirements
contact Lindab Butler.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 9.4.1
Section: 9 INSULATION SYSTEMS Revision Date: -

INSULATION FACINGS

Details of the insulation facings supplied or recommended by Lindab Butler are indicate below.
The facings are approved or certified in conjunction with glassfibre insulation.

CF 304 Faced Insulation (VSF)


Facing Product Name: Lamotite 5127
− 0.05 mm Rigid Vinyl.
− Glassfibre Scrim
Facing Properties: − 13 micron Aluminium Foil
− Bonded together with Flame Resistant
Adhesive.
Permeance: 0.013g/m2/ 24 hours [ASTM E96 Method A]
Classified by the Institute for Building
Fire Testing: Technology, Berlin as non-flammable as per DIN
4102/b2
CF 105 Faced Insulation (FSF)
Facing Product Name: Lamotite 8005.52
− 23 micron white lacquered Aluminium Foil
− Glassfibre Scrim
Facing Properties: − 12 micron Aluminium Foil
− Bonded together with Flame Resistant
Adhesive
Permeance: 0.013g/m2/24 hours.[ASTM E96 Method A]
Classified by the Institute for Building
Technology, Berlin as non-combustible as per
Fire Testing:
DIN 4102/a2.
[Zulassung- Nr Z-PA-111 4.399]

The above facings are supplied together with glassfibre insulation 16 kg/ m3 density and complying
with DIN Standards.
The above facings can also be supplied with glassfibre insulation 12 kg/ m3 density.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 9.4.2
Section: 9 INSULATION SYSTEMS Revision Date: -

Hungary, Czech Republic & Romania

AW3 Faced Insulation (VSF)


Facing Product Name: Lamotite 5127
− 0.05 mm Rigid Vinyl.
− Glassfibre Scrim.
Facing Properties: − 13 micron Aluminium Foil.
− Bonded together with Flame Resistant
Adhesive.
Permeance: 0.013 g/m2/24 hours [ASTM E96 Method A]
Product Approvals:
Hungary EMI Approval No. A-77/1996
Czech Republic Statni Z Kusebna Approval No. C-CI-97-0022
Romania INCERC 001-03/247-1999
Poland ITB AT-15-5100/2001
AW2 Faced Insulation (FSF)
Facing Product Name: Rothel
− 20 micron white lacquered Aluminium Foil
− Glassfibre Scrim.
Facing Properties: − 12 micron Aluminium Foil.
− Bonded together with Flame resistant
Adhesive
Permeance: 0.05g/m2/24 hours [DIN 5 3122]
Product Approvals:
Hungary EMI Approval No. A-77/1996
Czech Republic Statni Z Kusebna Approval No. C-CI-97-0022
Romania INCERC 001-03/247-1999
Poland ITB AT-15-5100/2001

The above facings are supplied together with glassfibre insulation 12 kg/ m 3 and 16 kg/m 3 (nom)
density. The above blanket insulations have a cover width of 1200 mm.

Poland
Uni-Mata-Alum aluminium faced fibreglass insulation. Density=12kg/m3. Because of the poor
permeance value (Vapour resistance >3*10-8kg/m2sec), this insulation is recommended for use in
walls only.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 9.4.3
Section: 9 INSULATION SYSTEMS Revision Date: -

UK Sourced Insulation
UK roof and wall insulation specification normally include liner panel, therefore the blanket
insulation supplied is unfaced.
This blanket insulation is produced from glass wool with a nominal density of 10.5 kg/m3. It is
available in cover widths of 1050 mm and 1200 mm. The insulation is specified in the following
manner:

Nominal thickness

TQxxW

Brand name= W= wall insulation


Therma-Quilt R= roof insulation

Note: Wall insulation contains more resin, which gives it the extra rigidity required for wall applications.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 10.0
Section:10 COLOUR CHART Revision Date: -

SECTION 10 – COLOUR CHARTS

PAGE
NUMBER

10.1 LTP 38; LTP 45; LVP 38; LVP 38R; LVP 45; AND LVP 20 PANELS
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 10.1.1
Section: 10 COLOUR CHARTS Revision Date: -

LTP 38; LTP 45; LVP 38; LVP 38R; LVP 45; AND LVP 20 PANELS

RAL Thickness
Lindab
Ref. No
Colour Colour Polyester Top-Coat 50
(Closest
Code
too) 0.5mm 0.6mm 0. 5mm 0.6mm
WHITE 001 9010 Yes Yes No Yes
LIGHT GREY 022 7035 Yes Yes No Yes
DARK GREY 087 7011 Yes Yes Yes Yes
BLACK 015 9005 Yes No Yes Yes
BEIGE 113 1013 Yes Yes No No
CORN YELLOW 116 1002 No No Yes Yes
YELLOW 152 1023 Yes No No No
BROWN 434 8017 Yes Yes Yes Yes
TILE RED 742 8004 Yes Yes Yes Yes
FIRE RED 412 3000 Yes Yes No No
RED 754 3011 Yes No Yes Yes
VERDIGRIS 975 6021 No No Yes Yes
GREEN 874 6003 Yes No No Yes
LIGHT BLUE 502 5024 Yes Yes No Yes
DARK BLUE 524 5001 Yes Yes No No
SIGNAL BLUE 542 5010 Yes Yes No No
MET. SILVER 045 9006 Yes Yes No Yes
NAVY BLUE 5009 No No No Yes
DOVE GREY 7038 No No No Yes
LIGHT YELLOW 1017 No No No Yes
RED 3009 No No No Yes
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 11.0
Section:11 GUTTERS AND ROOF DRAINAGE Revision Date: -

SECTION 11 – GUTTERS AND ROOF DRAINAGE

PAGE
NUMBER

11.1 CONTOUR GUTTER


11.2 PARAPET GUTTER
11.3 INTERIOR GUTTER
11.4 PROVISION FOR EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION,
11.4 PROVISION FOR OVERFLOW OF GUTTERS.
11.5 RAINWATER PIPES
11.6 ROOF WATER OUTLET DRAINAGE
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 11.1.1
Section:11 GUTTERS AND ROOF DRAINAGE Revision Date: -

CONTOUR GUTTER

SL

The standard external Contour Gutter system and matching gable fascia profile provide both
function and architectural aesthetics.

Pre-formed corner pieces are supplied to match the gutter and gable profile.

Gutters are supported from the roof panels by mill finish aluminium hangers.

Contour Gutter is fabricated from hot dipped galvanised steel, coated with Polyester, Top Coat 50,
HPS200, or a PVF2 finish. Please refer to Lindab Butler standard colour range for colour options.

Rainfall intensity values and return periods are usually determined by the local Building Approval
Authorities. For example, the British Standard Code of Practice for Drainage of Roofs and Paved
Areas; BS 6367;1983 recommends that for external gutters, where occasional overflow is not likely
to occur into the building, a rainfall intensity of 75 mm / hour.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 11.2.1
Section:11 GUTTERS AND ROOF DRAINAGE Revision Date: -

PARAPET GUTTER

RUBBER CLOSURE PANEL


ROOF PANEL

EAVE ADAPTOR

GUTTER

INSULATION
INSULATION

LINER
PANEL
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 11.3.1
Section:11 GUTTERS AND ROOF DRAINAGE Revision Date: -

INTERIOR GUTTER

MR−24

MULTI GUTTER

LINER PANEL

Note: Additional purlins may be required adjacent to the gutter due to snow accumulation in the valley area of the roof.

Design Criteria
Design requirements for interior gutters of multi-sloped buildings and gutters adjacent to a parapet
are important because inadequate roof drainage can detain water to the extent that structural or
content damage may result. Therefore it is recommended that overflow discharging facilities are
also provided at the ends of these gutters. The shape and size of the collector box is the primary
consideration with multi-slope and parapet gutters.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 11.4.1
Section:11 GUTTERS AND ROOF DRAINAGE Revision Date: -

PROVISION FOR EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION

Welded gutter joints are the standard recommended method of joining gutter sections.
All interior and parapet gutters will be provided with expansion joints at a spacing of approximately
60 metres. Checks must be made to ensure that in each section of gutter there are sufficient outlets
to drain a section.

Buildings greater than 180 metres long typically require an expansion joint in the steel structure.
Gutter expansion joints must also be located at building expansion joints.

PROVISION FOR OVERFLOW OF GUTTERS

Where interior or parapet gutters are used there must be provision for overflowing of the gutter in
the event dowpipes become blocked or when the volume of rainwater exceeds the capacity of the
rainwater system.

This can be accomplished in the following manner:

a) Interior Gutter With Normal Gable Fascia:


Ensure that the end stops are outside the line of the endwall panel. Make the endcap 25 mm
less in height than the depth of the gutter. Any overflow should run down the outside of the
endwall.

b) Buildings with Parapet:


A gargoyle type overflow, either round or rectangular must be fitted through the endcap and
the parapet wall, discharging at least 50 mm outside the outer surface of the wall panel.

c) Gutters Having Expansion Joints:


If the gutter has only one expansion joint then the methods described in a.) and b.) above are
adequate. If however there are two or more expansion joints in the gutter then only the end
sections can be fitted with overflow devices.
In order to minimise the possibility of flooding from the centre section it is recommended
that each of these sections have a minimum of two outlets. The prevention of flooding from
the centre sections requires regular maintenance during the life of the building.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 11.5.1
Section:11 GUTTERS AND ROOF DRAINAGE Revision Date: -

RAINWATER PIPES

110 Outside Dia 120


105

72
100 Inside Dia

Downpipes are supplied in either UPVC, 110mm or 160mm diameter, or downpipes 120 mm
diameter, 0.6 mm thick plastisol coated HDG steel, or 100 mm x 70 mm cross section rectangular
metal downpipes, 0.6 mm thick polyester coated HDG steel.

Gutter outlets, wall clips and access pipes are supplied to suit specific requirements.

Maximum Pipe Spacing


Values in the following tables can be interpolated for run-off widths.
Recommended maximum spacing of downspouts for buildings with run-off falling into the
highlighted area is 22 m.

110 mm Diameter Downpipe


Building Width Run off width Rainfall Intensity mm Per Hour
( metres ) ( metres ) 50 75 150
12 6 63.1 42 21
15 7.5 50.5 33.8 16.8
18 9 42 28 14
21 10.5 36 24 12
24 12 31.6 21 10.5
27 13.5 28 18.7 9.3
30 15 25.2 16.8 8.4
36 18 21 14 7
42 21 18 12 6
45 22.5 16.8 11.2 5.6
48 24 15.7 10.5 5.2
54 27 14 9.3 4.7
60 30 12.6 8.4 4.2
63 31.5 12 8 4
72 36 10.5 7 3.5
75 37.5 10 6.7 3.3
84 42 9 6 3
The capacity of the rectangular downpipe is 10% less than the 100 mm diameter round downpipe.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 11.6.1
Section:11 GUTTERS AND ROOF DRAINAGE Revision Date: -

ROOF WATER OUTLET DRAINAGE

Drainage requirements are usually determined by local Building Approval Authority Regulations.
For example the requirements/recommendations of the appropriate Hungarian Standard MSZ
7941/1 are illustrated below:

Area of downpipe required (circular cross section), corresponding to the horizontal projection of the
water-collecting roof surface.

Inclination angle of the roof plane Proposed drain pipe section


α in cm2/m2
α < 7° 0.7 cm2/m2
7° < α < 45° 0.8 cm2/m2
45° < α 0.9 cm2/m2

Area of downpipe required (rectangular cross section) corresponding to the horizontal projection of
the water-collecting roof surface.

Inclination angle of the roof plane Proposed drain pipe section


α in cm2/m2
α < 7° 0.8 cm2/m2
7° < α < 45° 0.9 cm2/m2
45° < α 1.0 cm2/m2
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 12.0
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SECTION 12 – ARCHITECTURAL FEATURES

PAGE
NUMBER

12.1 GABLE FASCIA


12.2 ROOF OVERHANGS
12.3 ROOF CANOPIES
12.4 FASCIA SYSTEM AND PARAPETS
12.5 SPECIAL DETAILS
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 12.1.1
Section: 12 ARCHITECTURAL FEATURES Revision Date: -

GABLE FASCIA
Specifications
1) The Gable Fascia is fabricated from pre-painted galvanised steel, available in polyester,
HPS200 or PVF2. Please refer to Lindab Butler standard colour range for colour options.
2) Pre-formed corner closures are provided to match the profile of the Gable Fascia and
Contour Gutter.
3) Pre-formed weather seals fill the voids between the Gable Fascia and the wall panels.

Gable Detail

SL roof panel
gable fascia bridge

double side tape liner panel


bridge insulation
gable angle
foam closure
wall panel insulation
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 12.2.1
Section: 12 ARCHITECTURAL FEATURES Revision Date: -

ROOF OVERHANGS
The standard overhang length is 1.5 m on both eave and gable applications. Custom lengths are
available.

The width of the Sidewall overhang should be in multiples of the sidewall bay spacing. The Gable
Overhang is formed by cantilevering the roof purlins over the endwall frame.

Overhangs can be fully insulated if required, with all details designed to provide regulatory
compliance with U-values, thermal bridging, air leakage and insulation continuity to the approved
standard suitable for the intended use of the building. If soffit panel is required, this is normally
supplied as a light coloured low profile trapezoidal panel. Overhangs must be installed as per the
erection drawings provided by Lindab Butler.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 12.2.2
Section: 12 ARCHITECTURAL FEATURES Revision Date: -

ENDWALL OVERHANG DETAIL


1500

SL Roof Panel
SL
(Trapezoidal shown)

Gable Fascia

Cantilevered Zed Purlin

Low Profile Trapezoidal 25mm thk LPBC approved


insulation board
Soffit Panel

Wall Panel
(Trapezoidal shown)

SIDEWALL OVERHANG DETAIL


1500

Roof Panel
SL (MR24 shown) SL

Gutter Fascia Overhang Beam

Primary Frame Roof Beam


25mm thk LPBC approved Low Profile Trapezoidal
insulation board Soffit Panel
Wall Panel
(Trapezoidal shown)
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 12.3.1
Section: 12 ARCHITECTURAL FEATURES Revision Date: -

ROOF CANOPIES

Roof Canopies

Standard cantilever roof canopies can generally be added to Widespan LRF and MRF primary
frames without strengthening the primary structure, provided that they are a maximum of 3 m span
and they are fixed at the eave level.

All other canopies are custom designed to suit the specific conditions.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 12.3.2
Section: 12 ARCHITECTURAL FEATURES Revision Date: -

Roof Canopy Details


wall panel

foam closure liner panel


T.O.S. flashing

LTP 38
roof panel
foam closure

LTP 38
support angle roof panel
gable fascia

support angle
gutter
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 12.4.1
Section: 12 ARCHITECTURAL FEATURES Revision Date: -

FASCIA AND PARAPET SYSTEMS

General
Fascia and parapet systems are supported by fabricated support posts attached to the primary frames
and endwall posts. The posts are spanned by a system of girts which complete the support system.
In areas where ice and snow accumulate, modifications may be required to accommodate the
possible build up of snow and ice.

Fascia System Details

CAP TRIM
CAP TRIM

WEATHERGUARD PANEL
WEATHERGUARD PANEL

EDGE TRIM GABLE ANGLE


GUTTER
WALL PANEL

FLASHING

WALL PANEL

GABLE ANGLE
SUPPORT
SUPPORT

FASCIA TRIM

SOFFIT PANEL
FASCIA TRIM SOFFIT PANEL

SIDEWALL FASCIA SECTION ENDWALL FASCIA SECTION


PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 12.4.2
Section: 12 ARCHITECTURAL FEATURES Revision Date: -

Parapet System Details

CAP FLASHING
DEPTH

GIRT
CAP FLASHING
DEPTH
WEATHERGUARD
PANEL

WEATHERGUARD
ROOF PANEL PANEL
WALL PANEL

ROOF EDGE
GUTTER FLASHING

GABLE ANGLE

WALL PANEL
PURLIN

SIDEWALL PARAPET SECTION


ENDWALL PARAPET SECTION

Application
Fascias and parapets can be applied to all widespan buildings.

Panels
Fascia panels are available in all Lindab Butler standard material/colour options.
Weatherguard panels (fitted on the inside of the fascia or parapet), and soffit panels are supplied as
LVP 38 with appropriate flashings.

Corners
At corners where the endwall and sidewall fascias meet, the upper and lower girt systems are
extended to meet each other to form the corner.

Gutter and Gable Fascia


A gutter is provided between the edge of the roof panel and the sidewall weatherguard. Gutter
expansion joints are required approximately every 30 m. Standard downpipes and outlets are used
with this gutter system. The Standard Gable Fascia flashing is not required on endwalls with Fascia
System.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 12.5.1
Section: 12 ARCHITECTURAL FEATURES Revision Date: -

SPECIAL DETAILS

trapzoidal wall panel


SL
liner panel trapzoidal wall panel

foam closure
steel support angle flashing
foam closure
flashing R

’Z’ girt foam closure MR−24 panel

aluzinc roof panel

liner panel

bridge
foam closure bridge system system
flashing liner panel
liner panel SL

’Z’ purlin
’Z’ purlin
Wall Roof Panel Junction
Wall Roof Panel Junction

composit panel

flashing R
MR−24
roof panel

R
MR−24 panel
panel closure
top of slope fascia
insulation

’Z’ purlin
flashing
insulation wall panel

T.O.S. Detail
SL
Wall Roof Panel Junction SL
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 13.0
Section: 13 FASTENERS & SEALANTS Revision Date: -

SECTION 13 – FASTENERS & SEALANTS

PAGE
NUMBER

13.1 LINDAB BUTLER SCRUBOLT


13.2 LINDAB BUTLER LOW PROFILE LOCK RIVET
13.3 SEALANT AND ADHESIVES
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 13.1.1
Section: 13 FASTENERS & SEALANTS Revision Date: -

LINDAB BUTLER SCRUBOLT


…a self tapping fastener for panel-to-structural connections

Carbon Steel Scrubolt

DESCRIPTION: Steel self-tapping screw with an electro-deposited zinc coating and a


supplementary chromate finish.

APPLICATION: Used in conjunction with a metal-backed rubber washer to attach steel or


plastic panels to steel structural members.

SPECIFICATION: Dimension and Tolerances: Scrubolts shall conform to the dimensions and
tolerances specified on the relevant drawing.
Material: The scrubolt shall be made of carbon steel and case hardened.
Finish: The finish shall be electro-galvanised in accordance with ASTM B
633.
Chromate Coating: After electro-galvanising, a supplemental finish of
chromate film shall be applied to produce an iridescent bronze-like
appearance.

Stainless Steel Scrubolts

DESCRIPTION: Self tapping stainless steel screws with an electro-deposited cadmium


coating.

APPLICATION: Used in conjunction with a metal backed rubber washer to attach aluminium
steel or plastic panels to steel structural members.

SPECIFICATION: Dimension and Tolerances: Scrubolts shall conform to the dimension and
tolerances specified on the relevant drawings.
Material: The scrubolt shall be made of type 410 stainless steel in
accordance with ASTM A.314. After forming, and before plating or
finishing, the scrubolt shall be heat treated to a hardness of Rockwell C38-43.
Finish: The finish shall be electro-deposited cadmium applied in accordance
with U.S. Federal Spec. QQ-P-416A, Type 1, Class 1. Thickness of coating
shall be 0.013 mm minimum. Scrubolts shall be plated in such a manner to
produce a dull appearance.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 13.2.1
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LINDAB BUTLER LOW PROFILE LOCK-RIVET


…gives effective and trouble free panel-to-panel and panel-to-structural connections

The benefits include:


− Positive-type fastener.
− Self-clinching in single operation.
− Neoprene washer provides uniform, positive seal.
− Made of corrosion-resistant aluminium.
− High pressure clamping action eliminates possible loosening.
− Available with color caps to match wall panel.
Availability
Roof Lock-Rivets are available for panel-to-panel and panel-to-structural connections.
Roof Lock-Rivets have a wide head to provide greater sealing area.
Colours: Green stem and longer gold stem.

Wall Lock-Rivets are available for panel-to-panel and panel-to-structural connections.


Wall Lock-Rivets have a smaller head for better appearance, and to facilitate the use of Plastic snap-
on caps, which match the colour of the wall panels.
Colours: Plain stem and longer blue stem.

Specifications
Lock-Rivets shall be aluminum alloy blind-type rivet assemblies.
Lock-Rivets shall have a tensile strength of 4.89 kN minimum when set.
Lock-Rivets shall have a residual clamp-up force of 1.11 kN minimum and 2.34 kN maximum.
Lock-Rivets shall have a shear strength of 6.23 kN minimum.
All Lock-Rivets shall have neoprene washers which equal or exceed ASTM-D-735 Specifications
(Latest issue).
Lock-Rivets shall be absolutely watertight to a 150 mm test stand of water for a 30 minute period
when properly installed.

Installation
The installation of Lock-Rivets is shown in the sequence of photographs.
Figure 1 - The Lock-rivet stem is placed in the pulling head of a special Lock-Rivet gun and is then
inserted in the panel and structural hole.
Figure 2 - The gun exerts a pulling action on the Lock-Rivet stem.
As the stem is pulled, the Lock-Rivet petals.
Figure 3 - Complete activation results in the members being permanently held together under
pressure by the three petals. The stem is automatically “snapped” from the Lock-Rivet and the
fastener is released from the gun.
The fastening action is completely automatic and eliminates human error.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 13.3.1
Section: 13 FASTENERS & SEALANTS Revision Date: -

SEALANTS AND ADHESIVES

Panlastic
Panlastic bead sealant is used to seal side and
end laps of roof panels. The sealant is based on
Butyl Elastometer, 5 mm thick x 6 mm wide. It
is available in 12 m coils with removable paper
backing.
Panlastic sealant has been formulated to
accommodate the thermal movement of roof
sheets.

Tube Sealant
Typical uses include sealing around roof accessories, interior and contour gutters and gable fascia.
Sealant is butyl rubber, coloured grey, supplied in 400 ml tubes, with screw-on nozzles, and applied
by a hand pressure caulking gun.

MR-24® Sealant
Used in the standing lock seam of MR-24® panels and is factory applied. Sealant is synthetic butyl
type and provides additional weathertight seal to the MR-24® double lock-seam.

Adhesives
Very high bond (VHB) pressure sensitive adhesive tapes are used in the bonding of metals and
plastics. A double sided acrylic foam VHB tape is used in the assembly of light aluminium
components, e.g. gutter/gable fascia corner pieces, and for attaching the aluminium edging strip to
MR-24® LITE*PANL.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 14.0
Section:14 MATERIAL Revision Date: -

SECTION 14 – MATERIAL

PAGE
NUMBER

14.1 MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS AND SURFACE PREPARATION FOR


STRUCTURAL STEEL
14.2 STRUCTURAL GALVANIZED STEEL COIL
14.3 ALIZINC, ALUMINIUM AND PRE-PAINTED MATERIAL FOR ROOF AND
WALL PANELS
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 14.1.1
Section:14 MATERIALS Revision Date: -

MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS AND SURFACE PREPARATION


FOR STRUCTURAL STEEL
Structural Steel – Used for Primary and Endwall Frames
Materials shall conform to:
- EN 10025 for technical delivery conditions
- EN 10029 for tolerances

Steel quality shall conform to:


- S355J2G3 for welded sections
- S235 for hot rolled sections

Surface Preparation And Coatings


Surface preparation (shotblasting) for all primary structural elements shall be in accordance
with ISO 8501-1:A Sa2½. A dry film thickness of 40 microns “Korrodur+” primer paint
shall be applied to all primary structural elements. The primer paint is Alkyd resin based
with high build zinc phosphate. This primer is intended to protect the steel during the
erection process, however, in non-corrosive, indoor conditions, experience has shown that
this one layer will successfully protect the steel work without application of a top coat.
Where further protection is required, the following options are available.

a) Tri-coat layers: Second and third layers consisting of 40+40 microns KH kombilack quick
drying finish paint consisting of a combination of PVC and acrylate.

b) Fire protection: Based on Deutsches Institut für Bautechnik certificate (Z-19.11-329)


F30 = 30 minutes fire protection paint system (600 microns)
or
F60 = 1 hour fire protection paint system (2000 microns)

c) Special coatings:
- hot dip galvanised coating (90-100 microns)
- multicoat: hot dip galvanised coating, plus one layer special Top Coat.
(excellent for highly aggressive corrosive environments)

Hollow Structural Sections


Material shall conform to:
- BS EN 10210-1; Designation S 275 J2H
Tolerances and Section Properties shall be in accordance with:
- BS 4848 Part 2 -1991 or DIN 59410
Mechanical Properties:
Min. Yield Strength = 275 N/mm²
Min. Tensile Strength = 430 N/mm²
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 14.2.1
Section:14 MATERIALS Revision Date: -

STRUCTURAL GALVANISED STEEL COIL – Used for Purlins and


Girts
Materials for cold formed light gauge structural members including purlins and girts shall
conform to:
- EN 10147 for technical delivery conditions
- EN 10143 for tolerances
Steel quality shall conform to:
- EN 10147 – S350+Z275N-A-CO

Where 350 = minimum yield strength in N/mm2


Z275 = coating weight in g/m2
N = normal spangle
A = as coated surface
CO = chemically passivated and oiled
Min. Yield Strength = 350 N/mm2
Min. Tensile Strength = 420N/mm2
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 14.3.1
Section:14 MATERIALS Revision Date: -

ALUZINC, ALUMINIUM AND PRE-PAINTED MATERIALS FOR ROOF


AND WALL PANELS

Aluzinc Coated Steel – Used for MR-24® and LTP 38 Roof Panels
Aluzinc is the perfect product for several applications. Its superior corrosion resistant
surface makes it particularly ideal in aggressive environments. The substrate has 25
microns of alloy coating consisting of 55% aluminum, 43.4% zinc, and 1.6% silicon. The
top surface is covered with a transparent coating to resist soiling, corrosion and finger
marks whilst being worked and handled during erection.

Thickness and Yield Strenght:


LTP 38 - 0.54 mm thick with minimum yield strength of 280N/mm2
MR-24® - 0.66 mm thick with minimum yield strength of 320 N/mm2
MR-24®- with Factory Mutual Approval 0.75 mm thick with a min yield strength of
420 N/ mm2.

Color: Bright aluminum appearance with consistent small spangles.

Fire Rating: Non-combustible, in accordance with BS476; Part 4;Class 0

Life Expectancy (to first maintenance): 20 years in most environments and up to 50


years in the least corrosive environments. Warranty on application.

Limitations: Do not use in contact with copper. The minimum recommended roof slope is
2.4 degrees (1:24). For MR-24® a lower roof slope of 1:2 degrees (1:48) is possible.

Polyester – Used for Roof Panels and Wall Panels


The two-coat system is ideal for industrial and agricultural buildings located in normal
environments. The steel substrate is covered with 20 microns of hot dipped zinc with a
corrosion inhibiting passive coating. The Polyester coating has a nominal dry film thickness
of 27 microns (including primer) on the exterior surface and 10 microns of coating on the
interior surface.

Thickness and Yield Strenght:


LTP 38 or LTP 45 – 0.5 mm and 0.6 mm thick with a minimum yield strength of
280N/mm2

Colour: See Colour Chart for availability. (Section 10)

Fire Rating: Non-combustible, in accordance with BS476; Part 7;Class 1

Life Expectancy (to first maintenance): 20 years in normal environments. Warranty on


application.

Limitations: Minimum recommended roof slope is 2.4 degrees (1:24) for LTP 38 and 6.0
degrees (1:10) for LTP 45.
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 14.3.2
Section:14 MATERIALS Revision Date: -

Top Coat – Used for Roof Panels and Wall Panels


Top Coat is a new generation pre-paint coating system with excellent properties that no
other traditional pre-painted sheet steel coating systems can offer. The steel substrate is
covered with 20 microns of hot dipped zinc with corrosion inhibiting passive coating. Top
Coat has a total dry film thickness of 50 microns on the exterior surface and 10 microns of
coating on the interior surface.
The coating system is twice the thickness of traditional polyester. The coating contains small
acrylic polymer particles, which are an extremely hard, non-weathering and UV resistant
material. The hard, scratch resistant surface enables Top Coat to withstand mechanical wear
much better than PVDF. It has excellent dirt repellent properties. Dirt can easily be flushed
off the roof, however rainwater will usually keep the surface clean.

Thickness and Yield Strenght:


LTP 38 or LTP 45 – 0.5 mm and 0.6 mm thick with a minimum yield strength of
280N/mm2

Colour: See Colour Chart for availability. (Section 10)

Fire Rating: Non-combustible, in accordance with BS476; Part 7;Class 1

Life Expectancy (to first maintenance): 25 years in normal environments. Warranty on


application.

Limitations: Minimum recommended roof slope is 2.4 degrees (1:24) for LTP 38 and 6,0
degrees (1:10) for LTP 45.

Acrylic Polymer Particles Top Coat and Polyester Composition


PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 14.3.3
Section:14 MATERIALS Revision Date: -

Aluminium Coil – Used for LTP 38 Roof Panels


Aluminium to BS EN 485-2:1995, Alloy 3103, H18
0.2% Proof Stress = Min. 150 N/mm2
Min. Tensile Stress = 175 N/mm2
Min. Elongation = 3% in 50mm

Aluminium Coil – Used for MR-24® Roof Panels


Aluminium to BS EN 495-2:1995, Alloy 5251, H24 (Modified)
0.2% Proof Stress = Min. 190 N/mm2
Min. Tensile Stress = 210 N/mm2
Min. Elongation = 8% in 50m
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 15.0
Section: 15 WARRANTIES Revision Date: -

SECTION 15 – WARRANTIES

PAGE
NUMBER

15.1 WARRANTY
Standard Warranty
Extended Life Warranty
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 15.1.1
Section: 15 WARRANTIES Revision Date: -

WARRANTY
Lindab Butler offers the following warranties:

1) Standard Material Warranty


2) Extended Life Warranty

The Lindab Butler warranties are designed to communicate the durability and integrity of our
products.

Standard Warranty
The Standard Material warranty provides one year warranty for materials and workmanship for
Lindab Butler furnished components. Lindab Butler will correct by repair, repainting or by
furnishing replacement materials any such defect reported to Lindab Butler within one (1) year from
the shipment date.

Extended Life Warranty


The Extended Life Warranty specifies material performance for roof profiles, subject to certain
qualifying procedures. The warranty covers LTP 38, LTP 45 or MR-24® roof profiles for a
specified period to remain free from perforation due to corrosion under normal weather and
atmospheric conditions utilising the following materials:
- Mill finish aluminium twenty (20) years warranty
- PVF2 paint coated aluminium twenty (20) years warranty
- Aluzinc - mill finish aluminium-Zincalloy coated steel (Min. Roof Slope 1:24) - ten
(10) years warranty
- Polyester coated steel (Min. Roof Slope 1:24) ten (10) years warranty
- Top Coat (high build polyester) coated steel (Min. Roof Slope 1:24) fifteen (15)
years warranty
Lindab Butler Kft.
Extended Life Warranty
Lindab Butler Kft. of H-4400 Nyíregyhásza, Derkovits, u. 106-108, Hungary warrants, subject to the terms
and conditions overleaf, for a period of ten (10) years for Aluzinc, or colour coated steel, of fifteen (15) year
for TOP coat and twenty (20) years for Aluminium, from the delivery date that the roof panels, excluding
liner panels, furnished by Lindab Butler for the building described below (the “Building”) will remain free
from perforation due to corrosion under normal weather and atmospheric conditions.

Material Warranty: a. Mill finish Aluminium


b. Mill finish Aluminium-Zinc (Aluzinc) alloy coated steel (Min. Roof Slope 1:24)
c. PVF2 paint coated Aluminium
d. Polyester coated steel (Min. Roof Slope 1:24)
e. Top coat (high built polyester) coated steel (Min. Roof Slope 1:24)

If such failure is reported during the period specified in accordance with condition 6 of the overleaf, Lindab
Butler’s obligation under this Warranty will be to correct such failure by repair, or by furnishing replacement
materials, or by payment of a sum which Lindab Butler deem sufficient to arrange for the same to be carried
out, all at their absolute discretion, provided that the total liability of Lindab Butler under this endorsement
shall, in no event, exceed US $8.00 per square meter of roof area for the aggregate of all claims herunder.

Building Description and Specification of Materials Warranted: This Warranty Endorsement only
applies to the extent of the materials checked or otherwise specified in the listing shown below:

Owner:

Building Location:
(Street)

(City / Town) (Country)

Butler Order No.: Shipment Date:

Type of Roof Panels: MR-24: Area: m2

LTP 38: Area: m2

Type of Roof Finish: Aluzinc: Aluminum Mill Aluminum


Finish: PVF2:

EXCLUSION FOR CERTAIN FASTENER WARRANTY: Deterioration to the roof panels adjacent to,
or caused directly, or indirectly by panel contact with fasteners other than aluminium Lock-Rivets or stainless
steel fasteners is expressly excluded from coverage under this Extended Warranty.

All Lock-Rivet and stainless steel fasteners furnished by Lindab Butler are warranted for a period of twenty
(20) years from delivery date against failure due solely to corrosion of the fastener.

Neither the Lindab Butler Builder / System Specialist or Lindab Butler shall have any obligation under any
warranty or guarantee until all bills for material, installation and erection of said building and components
therof and for labour and other work performed by the Lindab Butler Builder / System Specialist or Lindab
Butler have been paid in full to the supplier.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
THE FOREGOING WARRANTIES ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING LIMITATIONS, ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS AND CONDITIONS
INCLUDING THOSE WHICH ARE CONTAINED ON THE REVERSE SIDE:

1. The warranties expressed herein do not apply:


a. to panels installed in areas subject at any time subsequently to installation to exposure to corrosive or aggressive conditions such as airborne
abrasives, salt water, marine atmospheres, spray of salt or fresh water, fallout or exposure to fumes, vapours or solid emanations containing
acids, alkalis, or compounds of mercury, or other corrosive chemicals, ash or fumes (for example, without limiting the foregoing, this warranty
does not apply to a roof which is subject to salt or fresh water spray from an ocean, lake or cooling tower or to corrosive agents emanating from
a nearby manufacturing or processing plant).
b. to failures arising out of mechanical or chemical damage which may occur after the Delivery Date;
c. to deterioration caused by condensates or corrosive fumes, generated or released inside the building, or failure to remove construction debris or
other accumulations of foreign substances of materials from the surface of roof panels;
d. to roof panels in the event of failure to provide free drainage of water;
e. to failures caused by acts of God, falling objects, external forces, explosions, fire, riot, civil commotion, acts of war, radiation, defects in any
part of the foundation of the building or the attachment of components, such as vents, flashing signs, fascia, skylights, or any other such
materials, accessories or machinery, the attachment of which is not made known to and approved by Lindab Butler in writing:;
f. to panels erected outside of Europe.
2. As used in the Warranty, the term “roof panel”, excludes vents, gutters, skylights, any interior liner panel, trim, flashing, or other attachments to the
roof.
3. Lindab Butler does not warrant components or accessory items to be free of condensation caused by high humidity inside the Building and or
temperature differentials between inside and outside (for example, without limiting the foregoing, there is no warranty against condensation forming
on windows, doors and ventilators).
4. Lindab Butler does not warrant any part, product or material to meet local, municipal, or state ordinances, codes, laws or regulations.
5. The owner shall inspect the roof at intervals of no more than six months and shall then clear any organic, or inorganic waste, or debris from the roof
and shall maintain and keep available for inspection by Butler a written record of such inspections and clearances showing the date, the identity of the
inspector and any alteration in the state of the roof noted and any clearances made. Should any damages to, or deterioration in the condition of the
roof be noted, the owner shall send to Butler full written details thereof, within two weeks of the relative inspection.
6. The obligations of Lindab Butler under this warranty shall not arise unless Lindab Butler is notified in writing by the original owner as listed above
(“Owner”) and this Warranty is received by Lindab Butler, together with a written statement specifying the claim of failure within sixty (60) days after
a failure is first called to the attention of the owner and not later than the expiration of the applicable warranty period. Lindab Butler shall determine at
their absolute discretion whether correction of the defect or failure shall be by repair or by furnishing replacement materials. Lindab Butler’s liability
shall not arise unless the correction is made under the supervision of or with written approval of Lindab Butler. Applicable warranty period to run
from Delivery Date.
7. The obligations of Lindab Butler hereunder extend only to the original owner listed above and the Lindab Butler Builder / System Specialist to whom
the materials are initially sold. This warranty may not be the subject of any assignment or transfer by such owner or Lindab Butler Builder / System
Specialist without the written consent of Lindab Butler. In the event of this Warranty being assigned with Lindab Butler’s consent to a subsequent
owner of the Building then the term “Owner” shall be deemed to include such a subsequent Owner
8. Except where such disclaimers and exclusions are specifically prohibited by applicable law, THE FOREGOING SETS FORTH THE ONLY
GUARANTEES OR WARRANTIES APPLICABLE TO SAID BUILDING AND THE COMPONENTS THEREOF AND SAID WARRANTIES ARE
GIVEN EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE and ALL WARRANTIES WHICH EXCEED OR DIFFER FROM SAID WARRANTIES ARE DISCLAIMED BY
LINDAB BUTLER. The owner agrees that oral statements about the roof panel thereof made by Lindab Butler’s representatives, or statements
contained in Lindab Butler’s or others‘ general advertising, pamphlets, brochures or other printed matter, do not constitute warranties and that
acquisition of the building and components thereof was not made in reliance upon them. Except where such disclaimers and exclusions are
specifically prohibited by applicable law, THE OWNER’S AND THE LINDAB BUTLER BUILDER’S / SPECIALIST SPECIALIST’S SOLE AND
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AGAINST LINDAB BUTLER SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE APPLICABLE WARRANTIES SET FORTH HEREIN AND
THE ENDORSEMENTS, IF ANY, ISSUED TOGETHER WITH THIS DOCUMENT AND NO OTHER REMEDY (INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMITED TO THE RECOVERY OF DIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR LOST PROFITS,
LOST SALES, INJURY TO PERSON OR PROPERTY, OR ANY OTHER LOSS) SHALL BE AVAILABLE TO THE OWNER OR THE LINDAB
BUTLER BUILDER / SYSTEM SPECIALIST OR ANY OTHER PERSONS OR ENTITIES, WHETHER BY DIRECT ACTION, FOR
CONTRIBUTION OR INDEMNITY OR NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE. This exclusive remedy shall not be deemed to have failed its essential
purpose as long as Lindab Butler is willing and able to carry out the terms of the warranties set forth herein.
9. Title to any replaced material shall pass to Lindab Butler.
10. The construction and interpretation of this Warranty shall be governed by the laws .
11. This Warranty shall become valid only when signed by the Owner and returned to Lindab Butler within 180 days after Delivery Date.
12. Lindab Butler shall not have any obligation under Warranty or Guarantee until all bills for material, installation and erection of said Building and
components thereof and labour and other work performed by the Lindab Butler Builder / System Specialist or Lindab Butler have been paid in full by
the Owner.
This warranty is given by Lindab Butler Kft. subject to the terms and conditions overleaf and signed as relative hereto.

Signed by for and on behalf of Lindab Butler Kft.


(Authorised Signatory) (Date)

This Warranty has been read, including the terms and conditions overleaf, and accepted on

Signed by for and on behalf of


(Authorised Signatory) (Lindab Butler Builder / System Specialist)

and on,

Signed by for and on behalf of


(Authorised Signatory) (Owner)

Form Number: E-0044


Effective Date: 15 Dec 99
Revision Level:
Lindab Butler Kft.
Standard Warranty
Lindab Butler Kft. (Lindab Butler) of H-4400 Nyíregyhásza, Derkovits, u. 106-108, Hungary warrants, subject
to the terms and conditions overleaf, warrants the material furnished by Lindab Butler for the building described
below (the “Building”) to be free from defect in material and workmanship on the shipment date. Lindab Butler
will correct by repair, repainting, or by furnishing replacement materials any such defect reported to Lindab
Butler within one (1) year from the shipment date. As used in this warranty, the term “reported” refers to the
procedure set forth in paragraph 5 on the reverse side.

Owner:

Building Location:
(Street)

(City/Town) (Country)

Lindab Butler Order Shipment Date:


No.:

Type of Roof Panels:

Type of Wall Panels:


TERMS AND CONDITIONS
THE FOREGOING WARRANTIES ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING LIMITATIONS, ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS AND CONDITIONS
INCLUDING THOSE WHICH ARE CONTAINED ON THE REVERSE SIDE:

1. The warranties expressed herein do not apply:


a. to panels installed in areas subject at any time subsequently to installation to exposure to corrosive or aggressive conditions such as
airborne abrasives, salt water, marine atmospheres, spray of salt or fresh water, fallout or exposure to fumes, vapours or solid emanations
containing acids, alkalis, or compounds of mercury, or other corrosive chemicals, ash or fumes (for example, without limiting the
foregoing, this warranty does not apply to a roof which is subject to salt or fresh water spray from an ocean, lake or cooling tower or to
corrosive agents emanating from a nearby manufacturing or processing plant);
b. to failures arising out of mechanical or chemical damage which may occur after the Delivery Date;
c. to deterioration caused by condensates or corrosive fumes, generated or released inside the building, or failure to remove construction
debris or other accumulations of foreign substances of materials from the surface of roof panels;
d. to roof panels in the event of failure to provide free drainage of water;
e. to failures caused by acts of God, falling objects, external forces, explosions, fire, riot, civil commotion, acts of war, radiation, defects in
any part of the foundation of the building or the attachment of components, such as vents, flashing signs, fascia, skylights, or any other
such materials, acccessories or machinery, the attachment of which is not made known to and approved by Lindab Butler in writing:;
f. to panels erected outside of Europe.
2. As used in the Warranty, the term ”roof panel,” excludes vents, gutters, skylights, any interior liner panel, trim, flashing, or other attachments to the
roof.
3. Lindab Butler does not warrant components or accessory items to be free of condensation caused by high humidity inside the Building and or
temperature differentials between inside and outside (for example, without limiting the foregoing, there is no warranty against condensation forming
on windows, doors and ventilators).
4. Lindab Butler does not warrant any part, product or material to meet local, municipal, or state ordinances, codes, laws or regulations.
5. The owner shall inspect the roof at intervals of no more than six months and shall then clear any organic, or inorganic waste, or debris from the roof
and shall maintain and keep available for inspection by Lindab Butler a written record of such inspections and clearances showing the date, the
identity of the inspector and any alteration in the state of the roof noted and any clearances made. Should any damages to, or deterioration in the
condition of the roof be noted, the owner shall send to Lindab Butler full written details thereof, within two weeks of the relative inspection.
6. The obligations of Lindab Butler under this warranty shall not arise unless Lindab Butler is notified in writing by the original owner as listed above
(“Owner”) and this Warranty is received by Lindab Butler, together with a written statement specifying the claim of failure within sixty (60) days after
a failure is first called to the attention of the owner and not later than the expiration of the applicable warranty period. Lindab Butler shall determine at
their absolute discretion whether correction of the defect or failure shall be by repair or by furnishing replacement materials. Lindab Butler’s liability
shall not arise unless the correction is made under the supervision of or with written approval of Lindab Butler. Applicable warranty period to run
from Delivery Date.
7. The obligations of Lindab Butler hereunder extend only to the original owner listed above and the Lindab Butler Builder/System Specialist to whom
the materials are initially sold. This warranty may not be the subject of any assignment or transfer by such owner or Lindab Butler Builder/System
Specialist without the written consent of Lindab Butler. In the event of this Warranty being assigned with Lindab Butler’s consent to a subsequent
owner of the Building then the term “Owner” shall be deemed to include such a subsequent Owner
8. Except where such disclaimers and exclusions are specifically prohibited by applicable law, THE FOREGOING SETS FORTH THE ONLY
GUARANTEES OR WARRANTIES APPLICABLE TO SAID BUILDING AND THE COMPONENTS THEREOF AND SAID WARRANTIES ARE
GIVEN EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE and ALL WARRANTIES WHICH EXCEED OR DIFFER FROM SAID WARRANTIES ARE DISCLAIMED BY
LINDAB BUTLER. The owner agrees that oral statements about the roof panel thereof made by Lindab Butler’s representatives, or statements
contained in Lindab Butler’s or others‘ general advertising, pamphlets, brochures or other printed matter, do not constitute warranties and that
acquisition of the building and components thereof was not made in reliance upon them. Except where such disclaimers and exclusions are
specifically prohibited by applicable law, THE OWNER’S AND THE LINDAB BUTLER BUILDER’S/SPECIALIST SPECIALIST’S SOLE AND
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AGAINST LINDAB BUTLER SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE APPLICABLE WARRANTIES SET FORTH HEREIN AND
THE ENDORSEMENTS, IF ANY, ISSUED TOGETHER WITH THIS DOCUMENT AND NO OTHER REMEDY (INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMITED TO THE RECOVERY OF DIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR LOST PROFITS,
LOST SALES, INJURY TO PERSON OR PROPERTY, OR ANY OTHER LOSS) SHALL BE AVAILABLE TO THE OWNER OR THE LINDAB
BUTLER BUILDER/SYSTEM SPECIALIST OR ANY OTHER PERSONS OR ENTITIES, WHETHER BY DIRECT ACTION, FOR
CONTRIBUTION OR INDEMNITY OR NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE. This exclusive remedy shall not be deemed to have failed its essential
purpose as long as Lindab Butler is willing and able to carry out the terms of the warranties set forth herein.
9. Title to any replaced material shall pass to Lindab Butler.
10. The construction and interpretation of this Warranty shall be governed by the laws of XX.
11. This Warranty shall become valid only when signed by the Owner and returned to Lindab Butler within 180 days after Delivery Date.
12. Lindab Butler shall not have any obligation under Warranty or Guarantee until all bills for material, installation and erection of said Building and
components thereof and labour and other work performed by the Lindab Butler Builder/System Specialist or Lindab Butler have been paid in full by
the Owner.

This warranty is given by Lindab Butler Kft. subject to the terms and conditions overleaf and signed as relative hereto.

Signed by for and on behalf of Lindab Butler Kft.


(Authorised Signatory) (Date)

This Warranty has been read, including the terms and conditions overleaf, and accepted on

Signed by for and on behalf of


(Authorised Signatory) (Lindab Butler Builder/System Specialist)

and on,

Signed by for and on behalf of


(Authorised Signatory) (Owner)

Form Number: E-0045


Effective Date: 15 Dec 99
Revision Level:
PRODUCT REFERENCE MANUAL Page Number: 16.0
Section: 16 CONSTRUCTION DETAILS Revision Date: -

SECTION 16 – CONSTRUCTION DETAILS

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NUMBER

1. ROOF
2. WALL
3. BASE DETAILS
4. DADO WALL DETAILS
5. EAVE DETAILS
6. GABLE DETAILS
7. EXTERNAL CORNER DETAILS
8. INTERNAL CORNER DETAILS
9. OVERHEAD DOOR DETAILS
10. PERSONNEL DOOR DETAILS
11. WINDOW DETAILS
12. SIDEWALL OVERHANGS
13. ENDWALL OVERHANGS
14. TOP OF SLOPE DETAILS
15. WALL PANEL FEATURE DETAILS