Purlins & Girts

Purlins & Girts
User’s Manual
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Using Lysaght Zeds & Cees for purlins & girts
Limit state capacity tables & product information

Contents
General data

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LYSAGHT

Zeds & Cees

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LYSAGHT

Fascia purlins

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LYSAGHT

Lytcurve purlins

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Hook-Lok II bridging system
LYSAGHT

Series 300 and 350 bridging system

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13

Purlin & girt accessories

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Typical assemblies

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Holes and cleats

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Design notes for capacity tables

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Limit state capacity tables

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Single spans

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Double continuous spans

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Double lapped spans

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Three continuous spans

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Three lapped spans

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Four continuous spans

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Four lapped spans

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Cantilever spans

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Introduction

Background
Pursuing the commitment of BLUESCOPE LYSAGHT to constant improvement,
this edition of LYSAGHT Zeds and Cees reflects the move to limit state
design principles.

Since 1987, in conjunction with the University of Sydney, we have
intensively researched the behaviour of purlin and girt systems using the
vacuum test rig at the University, which is the only one of its type in
Australia and the largest in the world. In our NATA-registered laboratory
we have tested full-scale purlin and girt systems on single, double and
lapped continuous configurations for both inward and outward loading.
It has been possible to gain a sound understanding of their behaviour.
This knowledge allows us to remain at the forefront of technology, in
Australia and overseas.
Since the last edition of this manual, the results of this research has been
used in the development of AS/NZS 4600: 1996 Cold-formed steel
structures. New software has been developed for the design of Lysaght
Zed and Cee purlins.
This manual incorporates the whole range of Lysaght purlins and girts
in a much wider range of spanning and bridging configurations than
before. There has also been a rationalisation of coating mass.
The data are intended for specifiers, engineers, builders and erectors
for the specification, detailing and erection of Lysaght purlin and girt
systems. Included are details of material specifications, dimensions,
packing, storage, holes, and bridging location; together with limit state
capacity tables.

Product coding

Lysaght products detailed in this manual
Product

Use

Code
prefix

LYSAGHT® Zeds

General purpose purlins and girts

Z

LYSAGHT® Cees

General purpose purlins and girts

C

LYSAGHT® Fascia Purlins

Fascia purlins

FP
H2

HOOK-LOK II® Bridging

Flexible bridging system for bracing Zeds & Cees

Series 300 & 350 Bridging

Bridging system for larger spans and greater loads

LYTCURVE™

Curved purlins and girts

A prefix letter for the section
shape, and a number indicating
the section depth in millimeters
designates profiles. For example
Z250, or C250; or, where reference
is made to both sections of a
given size, Z/C250.

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location and intended use.4 2. and lapped continuous spans in multi-bay buildings. • The BLUESCOPE LYSAGHT corrosion warranty. 2.9.9. 1. like lead or copper. A zinc coating of Z350 (350 g/m2 minimum coating mass) is the standard coating class provided with LYSAGHT Zed and Cee sections.0 Corrosion warranty Some building materials and environmental conditions can be detrimental to coated steel products.2.5. lightweight. This will provide a long and trouble-free life for enclosed buildings and open-sided rural buildings. 2. marine or other aggressive atmospheric conditions. • Bolting systems to suit project needs. • incompatible metals. The system. 3. Standard range of Lysaght Zeds and Cees Nominal section size (mm) BMT (mm) Lysaght purlins and girts are manufactured from GALVASPAN® steel. • A full range of LYSAGHT Zeds and Cees with downturned-lip. Subject to design. and a comprehensive range of accessories.4. 1. Non-standard sections We can supply a wide range of non-standard sizes (up to 350 mm) and shapes.0 3. 1. 4 . bolting and other accessories. 1. These include contact with or exposure to runoff from: • industrial. Non-standard sections are not stocked in every region. is supplied ready for erection. including Cees and Zeds with downturned lip—the Zeds can also be made to lap. • Section sizes from 100 mm to 350 mm. Series 300 and 350 bridging. Performance In accordance with the provisions of AS/ANZ 4600:1996 Cold-formed steel structures. fabrication and erection are carried out in accordance with BLUESCOPE LYSAGHT recommendations and accepted building practice. • HOOK-LOK® II bridging systems. Cee sections cannot be lapped.2. • Advice on improving the life expectancy of purlin systems in corrosive environments. • LYTCURVE® Cee purlins from 100 mm to 250 mm. Cee sections are ideal as eave purlins or where compact sections are required for detailing. 2.4 200 1. unlapped continuous. LYSAGHT Lysaght Cee Lysaght Zed Range of products & services Our wide range includes: • A full range of LYSAGHT Zeds and Cees.5. 1. 100 150 1.9 1.4 Corrosion protection & material compatibility 250 300 350 1. Sections chosen using the data provided in the tables will perform as specified when the design.General data for Zed & Cee Sections Zed and Cee sections are accurately roll-formed from highstrength zinc-coated steel to provide an efficient. • Access to a national network of experienced engineers. LYSAGHT Cee sections may be used in single spans and unlapped continuous spans in multi-bay buildings. • building materials subject to cycles of dryness and wetness. 1. which includes HOOK-LOK II bridging. economical roofing and cladding support system for framed structures. in a non-aggressive environment. load capacities have been calculated for LYSAGHT sections using approved LYSAGHT bridging systems. like CCA or tanalith-treated timber.9. or which have excessive moisture content such as improperly seasoned timber. • materials which have been treated with preservatives.0. they are covered by the BLUESCOPE LYSAGHT corrosion warranty. Lapped continuous spans result in a considerable capacity increase in the system. agricultural. • Technical information for cleatless connections (see Design notes for capacity tables).5. LYSAGHT Applications Zed sections may be used over single spans.

750 m from industrial emission and fossil fuel combustion.5. Ti g h ten al l bol ts to 55 Nm torqu e. 350 B ol t s p eci f i ca ti on M12 LYSAGHT purlin bolt: standard (grade 4. For normal deliveries nominal lengths should not exceed 12000 mm. Further information is available from your nearest BLUESCOPE LYSAGHT Service Centre. LYSAGHT Nom i n a l s ecti on s i z e ( m mn) 100. • 1. and coating class. Z350* • 1. and 300 m from calm salt waters. Packing Zed and Cee sections are delivered in strapped bundles. The actual quantity in each bundle will vary with section size. Lengths greater than 19500 mm require a special transportation permit. Law restricts the hours of transportation and permits may be required in some states. FP23019 300. For minimum lengths. sections should be neatly stacked off the ground and on a slight slope so that water can drain away. BLUESCOPE LYSAGHT accessories are delivered in strapped or wired bundles. or Zed with downturned lip). 200. 1. the number prefixed with G indicates minimum yield stress in MPa. every BLUESCOPE Sales Office has order pads available on request.6) or high strength (grade 8. our Steel Direct Information Service on 1800 641 417 or the local BLUESCOPE LYSAGHT Service Centre. contact your nearest BLUESCOPE LYSAGHT office. Ordering To make ordering of the full purlin and girt system easier. and lengths over 12000 mm.4 and 3. Available lengths LYSAGHT purlins are available custom-cut in any transportable length.8) M16 LYSAGHT purlin bolt: standard (grade 4. The bundle mass is generally approximately one tonne. In such applications. Direct contact of incompatible materials with the coating must be avoided. orientation of the sections.8) 5 . Length tolerance for all sections is ±5 mm. then consideration should be given to the shape of the sections (either Zed. 2. 150.lysaght. In the grades shown. however there are some limitations. LYSAGHT Further information is available from www. LYSAGHT Storage on-site If not required for immediate use.2 mm BMT: G500. Lengths greater than 12000 mm require special transportation and on-site handling facilities. Consideration must be given to the nature of activities performed within the building.0 mm BMT: G550.0 mm BMT: G450. Bolt specif ication p u rl i n bol ts an d n u ts h ave i n teg ral wash ers. or packages as appropriate.A non-aggressive environment is 1000 m from rough surf. Z350* • 1. suitable paint systems can be obtained from paint manufacturers: you can seek advice from our Information Line.9. or Cee. or the buildup of substances like dust or grain. order and length. and the number prefixed with Z indicates minimum coating mass in g/m2.6) or high strength (grade 8. LYSAGHT Material specifications Zed and Cee sections are roll-formed from GALVASPAN® steel complying with AS1397—1993. bags. and in very corrosive environments. This heavier coating mass will be available in special circumstances and is subject to a minimum order quantity and extended lead times. The maximum length of the Fascia Purlin FP23019 is 15000 mm. In applications where particular attention is required for corrosion. Sections and accessories should not be left exposed in the open for extended periods. 250.com. Z350* * All BMTs in Townsville have Z450 coating. For more severe corrosive environments a Z450 (450 g/m2 minimum coating mass) will be required.

50 8.0 125 30.5 51 51 51 51 12.5 12. thus producing reduced deflection compared with simple spans.23 129 121 30.0 31. They cannot be lapped.70 65 65 65 66 61 61 61 60 15.5 16.0 Catalogue number t mm D mm Z/C10010 Z/C10012 Z/C10015 Z/C10019 1.0 1.0 300 300 10.5 13.5 Z/C30024 Z/C30030 2.4 254 254 6.5 19. LYSAGHT Typical assemblies are shown later in this manual. thus improving the load capacity and rigidity of the system. Lapping increases the strength of the sections where bending moments and shear are at a maximum.5 15. making them suitable for lapping.4 203 203 203 4.16 79 79 74 73 18. Continuous lengths of purlin result in better economy. LYSAGHT Zed sections of the same depth and different thicknesses can be lapped in any combination.0 Z/C25019 Z/C25024 1.0 350 15.10 2.5 31.5 1.59 4. but lapping provides two thicknesses of metal over interior supports.5 64 64 64 64 14.24 79 79 79 74 74 73 15. Typical assemblies are shown later in this manual.0 18.5 1.5 14.0 76 76 18.76 100 100 93 93 27.Zed & Cee Sections Dimensions and properties _ x y F L y' L y D/2 t x Centre of gravity x x x' D D α x' R5 Shear centre R5 D/2 x L t L Zed section y' B y xo E Cee section x and y axes coincide with x' and y' axes respectively Zed sections LYSAGHT LYSAGHT Zed sections feature one broad and one narrow flange.5 17.5 12.2 1.0 21.5 Z/C35030 3.5 19.9 2.78 2.0 21.74 7.5 Z/C20015 Z/C20019 Z/C20024 1.5 1.5 76 76 76 15.2 1.29 53 53 53 53 49 49 49 49 12. For shorter spans they may be used continuously over two or more spans without laps—thus producing reduced deflection compared with simple spans—but it does not give the strength of a fully lapped system.89 3.5 16.4 152 152 152 152 2.4 3.5 14.0 96 96 27.5 1. For shorter spans they may be used continuously over two or more spans with the ends butted.51 5.9 2.5 21.49 5.9 2.62 3.9 Z/C15012 Z/C15015 Z/C15019 Z/C15024 6 Cees . sized so that two sections of the same size fit together snugly.09 12. Zed sections with one lip turned outward (called downturned lip purlins) may be used in simple or continuous spans with the ends butted.5 18.5 20. Dimensions of Zeds & Cees E mm Zeds F mm L mm B mm L mm 102 102 102 102 Mass per unit length kg/m 1.5 13. LYSAGHT Cee sections LYSAGHT Cee sections have equal flanges and are suitable for simply supported spans. LYSAGHT Zed sections may also be used over simple spans.

21 40.29 60.0652 1.7 12.2 18.0 23.364 0.396 34.9 29.5 170 842 171 11.621 0.7 7.198 0.32 10.8 36.9 18.45 21.89 5.3 29.45 34.300 26.342 5.8 1370 2410 31.9 28.9 124 242 215 253 321 5.9 8.3 60.48 2.238 6.1 1.9 17.17 60.112 10.115 0.84 41.0 66.1 4.8 22.3 1.721 75.8 0.3 14.28 1.4 248 378 Z20024 907 6.9 160 123 5.537 0.36 0.4 169 248 347 Z15024 712 2.8 35.561 60.64 22.38 18.10 1.9 51.1 41.9 332 1070 171 17.33 6.364 0.9 125 379 547 628 908 Z35030 1910 39. The shear centre and monosymmetry constant deviations can be disregarded.4 416 858 4260 5830 23.0 40.3 34.1 32.7 116 34.9 116 116 32.00 8.2 23.57 5.0 1370 1810 169 30.6 29.7 33.5 170 332 675 1160 1460 1860 11.2 137 55.4 49. Section properties of Lysaght Cees Full section properties Product Code Area A mm2 Second moment of area Ix 106mm4 Iy 106mm4 Section modulus Zx 103mm3 Zy 103mm3 Effective section properties at yield stress Column properties Radius of gyration rx mm ry mm Centroid _ x mm Shear centre Torsion constant Warping constant Monosymmetry section constant Section modulus in bending Area in compression xo mm J mm4 Iw 106mm6 βy mm Zxe 103mm3 Ae mm2 C10010 216 0.381 0.1 19.7 124 188 123 6.0 1.53 7.7 79.3 23.73 60.184 3.4 492 311 122 12.7 24.3 18.05 11.70 1.250 0.8 96.88 59.5 18.0 22.249 7.9 4790 35700 316 124 897 C35030 1910 35.13 2.588 0.01 1.94 14.681 56.4 18.2 27.1 18.1 242 241 122 8.0 12.5 8.14 3.487 0.02 3.9 48.08 10.0829 2.04 1.5 3.2 16.0 2430 26800 320 91.0 4.2 4.8 5.2 381 C25024 1020 9.7 79.61 0.155 0.3 43.303 0.1 0.2 14.9 112 140 10.37 113 C10012 258 0.1 21.1 40.8 3.3 28.469 0.4 9.73 217 C10019 409 0.1 59.451 0.237 21.74 153 C10015 323 0.4 21.19 41.7 202 47.0 59.53 0.02 0.131 0.4 79.3 16.1 632 C30030 1600 21.7 21.1 17.2 40.833 1.8 43.02 0.8 53.1 18.49 32.8 1740 7630 48.73 8.32 0.744 16.3 2.32 3.4 34.52 0.0 89.64 17.4 546 Z25019 808 Z25024 1030 Z30024 1260 Z30030 1600 8.0755 7.9 71.9 21.82 113 153 217 Z10019 409 0.6 27.78 6.5 2.168 0.531 44.7 20.33 4.8 14.8 67.82 205 42.7 492 409 12.673 0.3 1970 8920 274 64.6 381 C20024 904 5.7 71.0 25.4 29.9 543 C30024 1260 17.32 7.6 33.1 26.7 16.51 113 21.5 42.314 13.3 0.6 6.08 2.673 0.6 25.1 675 1370 170 21.536 0.8 31.74 60.01 0.6 24.443 9. that is.840 0.84 2.1 0.843 1.1 39.77 79.7 14.8 26.1 18.8 24.92 0.4 1740 5540 219 47.32 14.6 18.4 97.383 0.4 46.02 18.53 0.09 1.29 0.Section Properties Section properties of Lysaght Zeds Full section properties Principal axes Second moment of area Product Area Code A Ix Iy mm2 106mm4 106mm4 Column properties Effective section properties at yield stress Axes perpendicular & parallel to web Section Radius of modulus gyration Zy 103mm3 ry mm α (°) Second moment of area Product of moment of area Section modulus Ix' Iy' 106mm4 106mm4 Ix' y' 106mm4 Zx' Zy' 103mm3 103mm3 Section modulus Torsion Warping Area in in constant constant bending compres-sion Radius of gyration rx' mm ry' mm J mm 4 Iw 106mm6 Zx'e 103mm3 Ae mm2 Z10010 Z10012 Z10015 216 258 323 0.1 18.17 79.0516 0.432 0.4 23.93 10.7 16.6 416 3060 223 24.5 116 35.2 22.1 18.0 18.86 97.4 21.537 0.47 1.96 142 28.3 137 44.6 10.51 0.2 14.60 2.5 19.0892 8.2 2.197 0.69 0.7 16.386 33.0 39.5 27.9 26.1 48.1 5.8 165 C15015 443 1.8 21.0 9.81 2.142 13.4 535 Z20015 Z20019 555 713 3.82 10.0437 0.79 59.0 16.62 0.1 96.8 36.145 0.432 0.1 244 C15019 561 2.5 24.4 329 Z15012 Z15015 Z15019 354 443 561 1.84 2.7 66.2 23.59 41.0 79.3 20.7 26.1 3.86 55.29 40.6 27.9 527 C20015 555 3.3 74.62 0.6 16.1 18.53 4.668 0.62 9.55 1.6 858 4240 221 36.6 972 1970 2430 4790 9480 12400 36600 48200 45.3 27.950 32.92 40.3 5730 90000 378 159 940 7 .7 5730 124000 159 940 Properties have been computed on the basis of mean flange width.1 54.3 7.8 23.0 21.255 0.2 86.188 17.3 329 C15012 354 1.96 5.5 972 6860 276 46.5 47.4 5.06 7.0 14.8 340 C15024 712 2.2 28.7 19.0 4.3 22.1 251 C20019 713 4. taken as zero.5 541 C25019 808 7.493 1.56 3.632 0.8 18.54 0. The introduced error is negligible.3 46.

fascia purlin

FP23019

20

95

Varies to suit roof slope
Specify when ordering.
120° max, 84° min.

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The LYSAGHT Fascia Purlin FP23019 meets the need of buildings with bigger
portal frame spacings for long-length, one-piece fascia purlins.
A number of features make Lysaght Fascia Purlins attractive and economical
as a combined eave purlin and fascia:
• It can be supplied without splice plates.
• The fluted web strengthens the section and provides a flush external face
with standard Lysaght purlin bolts recessed in the flutes. There are no special
fascia bolts.
• The top flange can be rolled at angles from 84° to 120° for roof pitches
from 6° to 30°.
• The bottom flange is shaped to provide simple fixing for wall sheeting.

230

34 min.

10

110

LYSAGHT

Holes 22 x 18

30


Registered design
No. 100252

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1.9

Notes to load capacities table
1.Load capacities have been calculated on the basis of the top flange being
at 90° to web.

xo

Shear
centre

2.Load capacities for one- and two-bridging cases assume roof sheeting
attached to top flange.

y

y'
yo

3.Load capacities for fully bridged case assume roof sheeting attached to top
flange and wall sheeting attached to bottom lip.

x

4.For detailing, note that mounting face is 12 mm behind front face.

=

a

x'

x'
x

_
y

5.Standard LYSAGHT M12, grade 4.6, purlin bolts to be used.
6.The tables assume the use of a Lysaght bridging system and Lysaght bolts.

=

Origin

Centre of
gravity
_
x
y'
y

Catalogue
number
FP23019

Area
mm2
807.5

Mass
kg/m
6.43

Lysaght Fascia Purlins: Section properties
Flange
angle
(°)

FP23019
84
90
120

Second moment of area
106 mm4

Torsion
constant
4

Warping
constant
9

Monosymmetry
constant

6

Shear
centre

mm

Centre of
gravity

mm

10 mm

Ix'

Iy'

Ix

Iy

J

Iw

bx

by

xo

mm

yo

_
x

_
y

6.400
6.613
7.828

0.594
0.607
0.501

6.464
6.656
7.878

0.559
0.563
0.452

971.7
971.7
971.7

3.634
3.580
3.080

-127.2
-119.4
-61.7

235.4
252.2
351.1

-45.23
-45.61
-41.32

58.38
55.52
32.53

21.82
21.96
20.43

12.83
14.15
20.49

α
degrees

mm

-4.4
-4.8
-4.7

Lysaght Fascia Purlin: Limit state load capacities (kN/m)
Inward and outward loads
Bracing

6000

6600

7200

7800

One bridging
Two bridgings
Fully bridged

2.27
3.52
4.13

1.77
2.68
3.41

1.24
2.01
2.87

0.98
1.60
2.49

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Single span (mm)
8400
9000
9600
0.74
1.21
2.11

0.57
0.96
1.84

0.44
0.77
1.61

10200

10800

11400

12000

0.63
1.43

0.52
1.27

0.43
1.14

1.03

LYSAGHT LYTCURVE

purlins

purlins
are curved in the web.
LYTCURVE

purlins are BLUESCOPE LYSAGHT’s exclusive answer to the need for
curved purlins or girts. They are formed from LYSAGHT Cees, curved in the plane
of the web.
LYSAGHT LYTCURVE

Because the dimensions of Cees may change during curving, the section
properties and capacity tables in this book don’t apply to LYTCURVE purlins. You
need detailed engineering assessment where you want to use LYTCURVE purlins
as a structural member.

Availability
Designs using LYTCURVE purlins may be restricted by the length of the Cee
section from which the purlin is formed, and by transportation of big radius
items. In some cases, two or more LYTCURVE purlins may be needed.

Product range
The following range can be manufactured.
Catalogue
number

Mimimum
bend radius (m)

C10019

4.5

C15024

8

C20024

30

C25024

70

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HOOK-LOK II

bridging system

The LYSAGHT HOOK-LOK II bridging system is the most adaptable and flexible
bridging system available, to securely brace both Zed and Cee purlins and
girts of depths 100, 150, 200 and 250 mm. It is also fast and easy to install
and can accommodate most construction configurations.
The system consists of solid bridging assemblies between purlins and girts,
and adjustable bridging assemblies at locations such as eaves, ridge and
girt foot.
Purlins and girts display two types of lateral instability: lateral deflection and
twist (rotation or roll). It is necessary to control these instabilities by providing
suitable bracing as close as possible to the flanges of the section.
Bracing can be continuous (such as rigid cladding suitably fastened to the
flange), or point bracing at the midspan region (or at a point of maximum
bending), or several points at the midspan region.
In practice, BLUESCOPE LYSAGHT claddings with screw fasteners are a suitable
lateral bracing when attached to the flange. However, as with all thin-walled
claddings, the twisting resistance is difficult to quantify. Consequently, point
bracing is still required to resist twist of the section and lateral deflection of
the free flange. Point bracing is also required to stabilise and straighten the
purlins and girts prior to fixing of the cladding in order to facilitate the fixing
operations.
Point bracing types are ‘ties’ and ‘bridging’. Ties can be loaded in tension
only. Bridgings are solid members secured to the webs of the purlins and girts.
They can be loaded in tension, compression and bending.
For this reason, a continuous run of bridging is the most effective stabiliser
for both wall and roof, and is the most widely accepted.

Fascia bridging system
In certain configurations of wall design, the loads imposed on the fascia system
by the girt hanger may be large. This demands an increase in the fascia system
capacity to prevent excessive twisting.

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however the system works well for assemblies with unequal ends. would be: H2 F20 D L20. C10 C15 C1V* C20 C25 B10 B15 Bridging channel: plain CODE P B20 B25 Bridging channel: slotted CODE S L10 L15 L1V* L20 L25 Fascia brackets CODE F F20 F25 Bolted brackets CODE B Turnbuckle CODE T Tie rod CODE R T10† T12† R12† R16† P S D Bridging channel: double CODE D G Girt bracket CODE G * For Victoria. Specify right hand end component – three characters (e. you would get: H2 C2O P L20. to span between a C20024 used as a fascia purlin and C20015 purlin. They firmly lock each purlin or girt in position when simply located and hooked into the bridging holes from opposite sides of the web. The hole punching in the purlins and girts match the holes for cleat supports of the purlin and girts. Locators and clamps have hook centres to match the holes punched in the webs of LYSAGHT Purlins and Girts. How to specify When specifying HOOK-LOK II bridging assemblies: 1.) Example 2 Fascia bridging. Typical bridging assemblies include: • Standard bridging assembly • Ridge bridging assembly • Girt foot/hanger bridging assembly • Fascia bridging assembly • Adjustable bridging assembly • Expansion joint Product codes HOOK-LOK II bridging assembly catalogue numbers indicate purlin size (nominal depth). 150 size bridging is specified using a 'V' instead of the '5' † 10. The examples show assemblies with the ends of equal size. only as part of a bridging assembly.g. L20) Putting these together. with clamp to suit a C15015 purlin at one end and a bolted bracket to suit a C20024 purlin at the other end would be: H2 C15 T B20. clamps and other accessories are matched to the purlin size. Bridging assembly Example 1 An adjustable bridging.g. Mark No. Bridging assemblies are supplied in lengths to suit the nominated purlin or girt spacing. With the flexibility of component combinations it is possible to make many bridging assemblies. Specify the HOOK-LOK II prefix H2. Specify the type of bridging channel – always one character (e. 12 or 16 refer to rod diameter in mm 11 . Locators.Components The basic parts of each HOOK-LOK II bridging assembly are the locators and clamps. Specify left hand end component – always three characters (e. 2.g. Mark No. P) 4. There are some limitations on minimum lengths. C20) 3. The HOOK-LOK overview shows bridging configurations. (This assumes that the order was not for use in Victoria where the product code would be H2 C1V T B20 – see note to Product codes table. HOOK-LOK II components are not sold individually. Product codes for Hook-Lok II parts Clamp end CODE C Locator end CODE L Mark No.

Where a girt hanger is used it is installed by fitting the clamp end over the last installed locator end and swinging the bridging around. Step 2: Install the standard bridging assemblies working towards. If appearance is a consideration. The roof sheeting should be installed before the turnbuckle of the girt hanger is used to level the girts. particular care in design and construction is required. the locator is secured into position with two bolts. Girt bridging The recommended procedure is to commence at floor level and work towards the eaves. the girt foot assembly must be anchored to the slab. a temporary support is required to keep the bottom girt level. Step 4: At the top girt. Provide a temporary girt support under the bottom girt until the installation of the wall cladding is complete for that section.HOOK-LOK II installation Purlin bridging HOOK-LOK II bridging into Zed or Cee purlins may be installed in numerous ways. and finishing at. first align the purlins. We recommended the following precautions during construction: 1. and bolting the fascia bracket to the fascia purlin. Step 2: Adjust the girt foot assembly to level off the bottom girt. then bolting the turnbuckle to the fascia bridging. The normal procedure is to commence from the eave or ridge. which would impose loads on the fascia system. the ridge purlin. and 2. working towards the eaves. In projects where no girt foot assembly is used. When a ridge bridging assembly is not used. Step 5: Where turnbuckles are used in a bridging assembly. the locator(s) of the standard bridging is secured into position with two bolts. Where the slab is not yet poured. Step 4: Install the ridge bridging assembly by fitting the clamp ends over the previously installed locator ends and then tightening the bolts of the ridge assembly. Step 3: Install standard bridging assemblies as described in Step 2 for purlin bridging. adjustment bolts of the fascia bridging assembly. the bridging runs on both sides of the roof should be swung into position from the same end of the roof. repeat Steps 1 and 2 for the opposite side of the roof. Due to the loads transferred to the bridging from the girts. A typical installation procedure is: Step 1: Install the girt foot assembly by engaging the locator into the holes of the bottom girt. 12 . If appearance is a consideration ensure the girt and purlin bridging are installed facing the same direction. Align the fascia purlin using the. Step 3: Where applicable. Standard assemblies are installed by fitting the clamp end over the previously-installed locator end and swinging the bridging around until the locator end engages in the holes of the next purlin. A typical installation procedure is: Step 1: Install the fascia bridging assembly by inserting the locator end into the holes of the first purlin.

300 and 350 series (LYSAGHT Big Zeds and Big Cees).Series 300 & 350 bridging system LYSAGHT Typical Series 300/350 bridging For the larger sections.e. i. All components are galvanised for long life and can be assembled using the recommended bolts or by welding. a more substantial bridging system is required. purlin or girt spacing. less 3 mm. 50 Bridging end 13 . When ordering. The bridging components are bigger and have additional lip stiffening. 23 Bridging end dimensions Depth of purlin (mm) A Dimensions (mm) A B E 300 300 EB 260 60 210 350 350 EB 310 60 260 Victoria only 300 EBV 260 70 210 350 Victoria only 350 EBV 310 70 260 B E 300 80 Catalogue No. The components consist of a C 15015 channel and bridging ends assembled with LYSAGHT high strength M12 x 30 mm purlin bolts. Catalogue numbers for the bridging are: • BZ300 or BZ350. the overall bridging length should be specified. due to larger spans and greater loads.

5 82. 100AC 140 mm for Cat No. PB1645HS LYSAGHT high-strength purlin bolt (grade 8. Fascia bolt FB1230 LYSAGHT fascia bolt (grade 4. General purpose bracket Angle connectors Raking girt 6 holes 18 mm diameter L 70 A 90 mm for Cat No. M16 size PB1645 LYSAGHT standard purlin bolt (grade 4. 150AC 70 B 100AC 150AC C B F E 70 35 190 D 70 D Cat. nut & two plain washers.Purlin and girt accessories Manufactured from zinc-coated steel.8): M12 x 30 mm with nut. C10015 C15015 D 102 152 B 51 64 L 13. accessories are an integral part of purlin and girt systems. LYSAGHT Purlin bolts M12 size PB1230 LYSAGHT standard purlin bolt (grade 4.6): M16 x 45 mm with nut.6) with 16 mm shoulder: M12 x 30 mm with nut.8): M16 x 45 mm with nut.6): M12 x 30 mm with plain hex. PB1230HS LYSAGHT high-strength purlin bolt (grade 8. No.6): M12 x 30 mm with nut. No.5 15.5 105 22 132 154 20 180 200 30 30 36 36 84 97 109 109 115 125 136 136 70 Cat.5 200AC Racking girt bracket 70 240 70 250AC Cleats For sizes see Page 19 14 . 100G P B 150G P B 200G P B 250G P B A B C D E F 13 53 66 22. PBS1230 LYSAGHT shouldered purlin bolt (grade 4.

General purpose bracket The general purpose bracket is ideal for making joints of approximately 90° and is usually used for joining sections of the same web depth. Figure (a) shows the angle connector and clamp plate as a foot mounting for lightly loaded vertical members such as jambs for personnel access doors or windows. Alternatively the raking girt can be installed open face down. It can also be used as a column base in lightly loaded or internal applications. Figure (c) shows a simple mitred 90° joint.Typical assemblies Using purlin & girt accessories Raking girt assembly Shown is one method of fitting raking girts using bolts and clamp plates. Angle connector The Angle Connector can be used in a variety of different ways. The clamp plates are deleted and the girt attached with bolts fitted through holes prepunched in the web of the purlin. The raking girt bracket is used to attach the end of a C10015 raking girt to the fascia purlin. The holes allow connection between sections of the same size or one size smaller. trimmers and fascias at gable ends. 15 . Figure (b) shows a closed end on a girt. Figure (d) shows the angle connector and clamp plate used as an attachment for trimmers or non-load-bearing heads to openings. Typical applications include lightly loaded heads to openings. This obviates the need for mitred girts at corners while still providing a satisfactory attachment point for the cladding and corner treatment.

Where fly bracing is used in conjunction with lapped Zed sections it is important that the bolt requirements for lapping are not compromised. Zed purlins Zed girts 16 .Zeds Typical assembly using LYSAGHT Zed sections and HOOK-LOK II bridging.Typical assemblies .

Cees Typical assembly using LYSAGHT Cee sections and HOOK-LOK II bridging. Cee purlins Cee girts 17 .Typical assemblies .

Victoria. For the 300 and 350 deep sections the holes are 22 mm diameter suitable for M16 bolts. For the 100. in Victoria where the 150 series sections are punched to the Structural Steel Fabricators Association.Victoria only 150 . For the webs of 300 and 350 sections (Big Zeds and Big Cees). and may be combined with cleat holes to provide 3-bolt fastening to the cleats. recommended gauge lines.Other states 200 250 300 350 40 70 60 110 160 210 260 18 18 18 18 18 22 22 The holes are required at cleat supports at ends of laps and at bridging points. 18 . the number of holes. except. These projects will be subject to minimum order quantities and extended lead times. For special projects the size of the hole. centreline holes are also available on request. 200 and 250 deep sections the holes are elongated with dimensions of 18 mm x 22 mm suitable for M12 bolts.Holes & Cleats Standard holes for Cee sections Zed and Cee sections are normally supplied with holes punched to the Australian Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) gauge lines. Sections are also available unpunched if required. and the gauge lines may be modified by negotiation. 150. LYSAGHT Hole details and gauge lines for LYSAGHT Zed and Cee sections Centreline holes for 300 and 350 sections only Standard holes for Zed sections Nominal section size (mm) G (mm) DH 100 150 .

27 One row of bridging 0. Fastening to cleats Location of bridging holes Simple Spans One row of bridg ing 0. l on g er cl eats are requ i red to g i ve cl earan ce from th e mai n su p p or ts.5 0.26 0.37 0.55 Two rows of bridging Zed girts optional mode 0.28 0.27 BlueScope Steel standard fastener Cee purlins 0.27 Gap Cee girts optional modeBlueScope SteelBBL NOTE To minimise the tendency of Zeds and Cees to rotate when used as purlins.34 Cee girts standard mode 0.27 0.28 19 .22 0.22 0.50 Tw o row s of bridg ing 0. Interior Spans (lapped and unlapped) One row of bridg ing 0.25 0.45 Gap 0.40 Three rows of bridging Gap 0. it is necessary to have the top flange pointing up the slope.26 0.22 0.21 0.Hole details of cleats 75 130 25 80 25 DH dia.33 0. holes X Y B Cl e a t n om i n a l d i m en s i on s ( m m) Nom .35 Gap Three rows of bridg ing 0.5 Zed purlins lapped Two rows of bridging 0.37 Three row s of bridg ing 0.35 0.39 Three rows of bridging 0.60 Two rows of bridging 0.28 End Spans (continuous) Gap One row of bridging 0.22 0. s ecti on si ze (mm) X B Y 100 150 Vic only 150 Other states 200 250 300 350 40 70 60 110 160 210 260 40 50 55 55 55 65 65 t (th i ck n ess) Ga p DH 8 8 8 8 8 12 12 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 18 18 18 18 18 22 22 105 145 145 195 245 305 355 Wh en u si n g Zed secti on s wi th down tu rn ed l i p s.28 Zed girts standard mode 0.50 0.40 0.25 End Spans (lapped) Gap 0. Purlin orientation may be a consideration in certain projects.21 0.30 0.28 0.

Advice is available from our information line. the combined bending and axial load capacity should be calculated using AS/NZS 4600:1996 Cold-formed steel structures. and give conservative conversions. Axial loads Where a section is not loaded to its full capacity in bending. the position of the span and the lapping ratio. This reserve in purlins and girts can be used to transmit forces due to wind loading on end walls. to use these tables for point loadings. it has a reserve of strength to carry some axial load. However. though structural codes give guidance. • there is minor axis translation and twisting restraint at the bridging points. See also Assumptions used in tables. The table on the following page gives conversion formulae for loads on simple spans and lapped spans. Symbols used in table for conversion of point loads P = single point load (kN) L = span (m) a = larger distance from support (m) b = smaller distance from support (m) w = equivalent uniform load (kN/m) N = number of point loads over one span (for 6 or more loads) 20 . It may be necessary to design for deflection under more than one load combination. You need to consider the specific requirements of any structure. • there is lateral stability in the plane of the roof at internal supports and the ends of cantilevers. or to resist forces due to bracing of wall and roof structures.Design notes for capacity tables When determining a design. Point loads The values in this publication assume uniformly distributed loading. in many applications (like the mounting of services and maintenance equipment) the loads applied to a structure are point loads. For non-continuous lapped spans the formulae depend on the number of spans. For simple spans the formulae are straight forward. shear force and bending moments. All design calculations for both strength and serviceability are in accordance with AS/NZS 4600:1996 Cold formed steel structures and AS/NZS Supplement 1:1998 Cold-formed steel structures–Commentary. The finite element flexural torsional buckling analysis assumes that: • all purlins bend about the axis which is perpendicular to the web. They have been derived from commonly published moment and shear data. are not given but may be derived similarly. Design philosophy The limit state capacity tables have been compiled using a finite element flexural torsional buckling analysis for modeling the whole purlin system. interior spans and any lapping ratio greater than 10%. as well as out of plane buckling modes. Formulae for loads on continuous unlapped configurations. Thus. the loads must be converted to equivalent distributed loads. The model considers both in-plane distribution of axial force. and • both screw-fastened and concealed-fixed claddings provide restraint. consideration should be given to load combinations for both strength and for serviceability. and for deflections in all configurations. thus the worst-case configuration has been used. Where required. and the values may be safely used for end spans. Deflection There are no specific rules governing acceptable deflections. • there is continuity at the laps.

2 or 3 rows of bridging. Cleatless connections In some applications. savings can be made by eliminating cleats and bolting directly through the bottom flange of LYSAGHT Zeds and Cees. In practice it may be necessary to use at least one row of bridging in each span. The nominal lap length is the distance between the bolt centres at the end of the laps. Laps vary in length with both section size and span as shown in the table below. or the internal support connection of continuous configurations.67P/L w = 3.80P/L w = 5. 1. Provision is made for 0.14NP/L w = 1.12P/L P P w = 6P/L P P P P P P P P P P P P P w = 6.76ab2P/L4 b P P b w = 8bP/L2 b P P b w = 9. The number of bolts used are halved compared with the number used in conventional cleated connections. Each end of the lap must have one bolt through the flange furthest from the cladding. Designs can be optimised by varying: • Material specifications • Bolt specifications and number • Non-standard purlin profile Rafter or steel frame Bolt in web at end of lap Reduced or enlarged end spans Span range Cantilevers at one or both ends Lap length Bridging quantity • Load distribution Bolt in flange at end of lap Bridging The capacity tables give solutions for an equal number of rows of bridging in each span. The connections may be single section thickness such as in end connections.65P/L w = 1. Each connection uses two bolts.78P/L P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P Lapped 6 OR MORE LOADS P P Lapped 4 LOADS P w = 4. Connections with double section thickness occur at the internal support of lapped configurations.22NP/L Single eccentric and two symmetrical point loads Loading condition SINGLE ECCENTRIC POINT LOAD 2 SYMMETRICAL POINT LOADS Conversion formula Simple Lapped Simple Lapped a P b w = 8abP/L3 a P b w = 17.Narrow Flange Butt Joint Cladding fastened to this flange Four Bolt Cleat Lap varies according to span and section size Broad Flange Broad Flange Rafter or steel frame Narrow Flange Design optimisation • • • • • The capacity tables provide economical design solutions for most projects. Cleat connections Conversion of point loads into equivalent uniform loads Symmetrical equidistant point loads Loading condition Conversion formula P SINGLE LOAD w = 2P/L Simple P w = 2. 21 . and one bolt through the webs near the flanges connected to the cladding.22P/L Lapped 2 LOADS Simple Lapped 3 LOADS Simple Simple Lapped 5 LOADS Simple Simple Lapped P P w = 2.16P/L P P P P P w = 4P/L w = 3. In no situation must the lap be less than 10% of the span. We suggest that unbridged lengths be limited to 20 times the section depth. Lapping The structural lap at the interior supports of lapped configurations must be detailed to provide adequate structural continuity.45b(2L-3b)P/L3 The capacity tables are based on the sections being fastened through the web to cleats so that the load path is via the web of the sections.

bridging system and bolts. 200.Forces acting to hold cladding against a structure are defined as inward. 3. 250 Span (mm) Lap length (mm) ≤ 6000 600 > 6000 900 ≤ 9000 900 > 9000 ≤ 12000 > 12000* 1200 1800 ≤ 9000 > 9000 ≤ 12000 300.All connections use LYSAGHT purlin bolts grade 4. Loading conditions Notes to capacity tables 1. except for boldened capacities which require grade 8. 350 > 12000 ≤ 18000 > 18000* * Load capacities for these spans are beyond the scope of this publication 22 900 1200 1800 2400 Inward load . Outward load Lap lengths Nominal section size (mm) 100 150.Loads are assumed to be uniformly distributed (see also Point loads).The column.Intermediate values Within a given bridging configuration. Forces acting to remove cladding from a structure are defined as outward.The capacities assume the use of approved BLUESCOPE LYSAGHT’s sections.8. It is not a design capacity. 5.6. capacities for intermediate spans may be interpolated linearly. is the load that will produce this deflection. Load for deflection span/150. 4. 2.

24 4.73 0.10 1.32 5.43 1.63 0.19 0.8 purlin bolts.52 3.83 3.76 0.79 8.44 0.40 1.32 3.01 3.93 2.58 0.71 0.50 2.22 0.18 1.99 2.37 8.11 2.18 2.37 0.68 1.73 0.53 0.04 2.15 Single span: Z/C10015 (kN/m) IN Bridging > Span 2100 (mm) 2400 2700 3000 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 0 Single span: Z/C10019 (kN/m) OUT 1.97 3.33 0.31 1.92 1.83 1.71 1.73 0.89 0.57 0.04 2.47 1.63 0.82 0.96 1.67 0.84 3.67 4.21 0.94 0.56 3.65 1.93 2.49 4.59 1.99 1.81 0.20 1.55 1.83 0.65 1.71 0.58 1.54 0.83 0.31 2.98 1.87 0.63 2.37 1.49 0.93 1.92 3.84 3.3 0 1 2 3 6.40 1.13 4.56 1.91 0.96 2.21 1.76 0.55 1.44 IN OUT Load for deflection span/150 0.15 0.79 7.76 0.70 2.60 0.26 0.61 0.28 0.50 1.12 1.48 1.24 0.88 5.43 0.49 0.30 5.30 4.72 0.17 0.81 0.81 3.21 0.57 0.34 2.62 4.84 1.53 4. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.35 1.20 1.73 6.82 0.07 0.11 1.90 6.86 0.27 0.70 0.56 0.44 3.68 0.35 5.16 0.24 0.97 1.56 0.47 3.55 2.09 1.35 1.40 0 1 2 3 3.69 0.98 0.79 4.40 1.73 2.76 0. OUT = Outward load capacity.64 0.70 3.37 0.52 0.21 1.39 2.55 1.09 2.71 1.64 0.26 2.42 1.60 0.39 2.65 2.00 2.97 3.40 1.3 0 1 6.49 0.90 0.40 1.33 0. 2 6.52 0.53 0.40 0.37 1.41 0.42 0.52 0.66 0.97 1.17 0.95 1.65 0.67 0.99 0.75 0. 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflection span/150 3.34 4.75 0.66 0.95 0.89 2.83 3.15 0.35 6.30 4.76 0.61 0.09 2.99 2.70 2.04 2.72 0.04 2.07 0.34 1.56 2.97 3.29 0.55 0.74 4.56 0.45 3 Load for deflection span/150 IN 0 OUT 1.43 4. 2. 1.58 0.46 4.97 0.49 0.56 2.40 0.15 0.58 0.43 0.56 1.81 2.06 1.14 1.46 3.24 0.91 1.93 0.37 1.96 0.34 4.8 bolt.57 0.05 0.87 1.83 3.49 0.95 0.86 0.35 2.54 0.21 0.32 0.55 1.58 1.93 2.99 1.05 0.32 5.70 2.17 3.97 3.40 1.15 1.82 0.73 4.93 2.93 0.21 1.2.61 0.25 1.58 0.99 1.99 0.87 0.69 0.81 2.08 2.05 0.71 8.37 0.42 1.19 0.74 0.54 0.95 1.19 0.49 0.77 0. IN = Inward load capacity.61 2.21 0.57 1.13 0.79 1.30 6.64 0.96 1.41 0.26 1.86 1.99 0.59 0.86 0.48 0.96 1.20 0.28 0.89 1.Limit state capacity tables Single spans Single spans Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm Single span: Z/C10010 (kN/m) IN Bridging > 0.18 0.87 0.76 0.32 3.31 2.60 1.79 8.76 1.93 0.59 0.93 2.46 0.60 0.74 1. 1.53 0.15 0.35 1.20 0.45 1.13 0.70 0.78 0.44 0.28 0.49 Bold capacities require grade 8.84 3.54 0.05 0.31 4.08 0.67 0.88 1.95 1.65 3.55 1.57 Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.32 1.01 0.61 1.20 6.58 0.99 3.22 2.15 0.62 0.33 0. Load for deflection span/150 7.77 0.52 0.33 0.59 0.16 S100 23 .50 1.52 0.15 1.44 0.2.19 0.20 2.73 3.35 1.64 1.15 0.65 1.97 2.73 0.21 0.40 1.61 1.89 6.73 6.20 0.72 1.61 1. 3 Span 2100 (mm) 2400 2700 3000 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 Single span: Z/C10012 (kN/m) OUT 3.62 0.12 0.51 1.32 3.37 1.82 0.70 2.30 5.61 1.84 0.52 0.89 4.95 1.46 0.93 0.69 1. 2.55 2.84 3.44 8.93 0.93 0.87 1.43 3.81 2.27 2.47 0.46 4.30 0.83 3.47 1.

3 0 1 2 Load for deflection span/150 15.35 6.12 1.50 0.21 1.54 8.63 1.42 2.62 0.22 5.61 0.02 3.43 2.42 11.39 2.03 0.53 2.71 10.31 OUT Bridging > 0 1.22 1.46 6.50 3.56 0.85 2.71 1.48 0.52 3.08 0.27 1.72 0. 3 0 1 2 3 Span 2100 (mm) 2400 2700 3000 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 8.45 4.92 3.92 2.93 0.17 5.11 2.52 7.26 3.41 3.52 5.40 4.73 2.51 6.Limit state capacity tables Single spans Single spans Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm Single span: Z/C15012 (kN/m) IN Single span: Z/C15015 (kN/m) Load for deflection span/150 11.14 2.35 2.73 5.06 0.88 5.59 0.52 1.96 1.41 2.86 1.05 0.44 1.51 6.73 5.33 0.40 3.13 1.58 7.73 5.44 1.57 1.55 0.62 10.52 1.78 2.19 3.79 0.45 2.41 3.75 1.35 5.52 4.00 3.83 1.72 0.90 2.73 4.45 2.40 3.45 1.37 4.18 1.20 6.25 1.45 1.40 3.81 4.43 2.20 1.00 0.73 5.41 8.12 1.24 1. IN = Inward load capacity.95 1.78 3.79 0.35 1.41 1.85 1.12 4.98 2.06 2.12 8.74 1.84 1.84 1.20 1.28 1.48 0.15 1.92 0.22 2.94 8.22 2.97 1.82 10.05 0.84 0.48 0.78 3.21 3.51 6.00 2.15 1.33 1.28 3.61 2.48 5.89 1.88 4.95 0.04 0.22 4.55 1.86 2.50 7.45 4.35 6.78 0.28 1.64 3.92 0.84 1.43 2.03 1.66 2.78 3.68 7.88 2.37 0.20 0.88 1.67 0.45 2.95 5.28 1.88 0.37 3.23 0.01 2.49 .98 0.51 6.50 1.89 0.45 4.79 7.09 5.00 1.48 5.00 1.14 0.45 0.37 2.88 0.60 0.37 1.23 1.15 3.21 1.22 2.06 1.15 3.61 1.70 0.78 2.12 1.59 1.45 2.13 1.13 1.51 3.33 5.04 0.73 5.39 2. 3 0 1 2 3 6.13 1.80 0.97 1.97 2.55 0.43 1.12 4.68 7.12 1.66 0.93 3.34 3.12 8.61 2.24 0.62 1. 3 0 1 2 3 11.43 2.66 1.25 1.78 3.86 0.42 2.23 1.09 7.11 2.76 1.51 1.68 0.39 5.75 1.04 1.36 1.09 0.84 0.74 0.42 2.15 1.62 1.52 2.8 bolt.48 5.66 IN OUT 0 1.77 1.70 0.23 2.79 1.94 5.41 1.87 Single span: Z/C15019 (kN/m) IN Bridging > Span 3000 (mm) 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 S150 24 0 1 Single span: Z/C15024 (kN/m) OUT 2.53 3.12 1.46 6.36 1.91 3.88 2.15 1.68 1.84 1.43 2.04 1. 2.74 1.92 1.67 0.68 1.88 2.66 8.48 0.33 3.57 0.46 6.36 1.19 1.76 0.56 0.66 2.66 0.88 0.45 2.75 2.05 0.34 1.43 0.12 4.82 0.70 7.76 3.52 7.29 1.74 0.59 0.15 3.88 2.39 0.74 2.74 1.89 0.94 0.09 1.36 4.58 0.75 1.72 1.25 1.55 4. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.66 2.65 1.28 1. OUT = Outward load capacity.10 2.50 2.89 1.82 4.39 3.62 1.52 4.68 1.65 1.92 1.64 1.74 3.51 1.56 5.86 0.02 3.04 0.49 1.54 8.45 2.87 11.42 1.46 6.32 4.52 2.52 1.52 4.12 8.22 1.56 4.45 4.33 1.66 2.65 0.51 6.82 0.23 4.01 1.70 0.78 3. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.73 0.81 0.12 6.50 3.73 1.45 0.24 1.62 1.94 0.32 5.04 0.54 1.68 7.42 8.42 4.00 3.44 1.33 5.72 1.45 11.09 5.16 0.01 1.11 0.33 4.98 3.78 0.86 1.82 5.80 1.38 1.44 1.89 4.68 7.28 1.00 1.03 0.70 11.12 8.27 1.8 purlin bolts.34 3.12 8.65 8.65 2.23 4.59 7.53 0.52 3.52 0.27 2.50 3.31 2.05 2.89 1.03 0.36 1.40 6.24 3.55 0.71 6.23 2.96 1.81 4.94 4.93 0.94 8.50 7.74 2.40 6.52 7.71 0.64 1.59 1.94 8.10 1.92 3.51 1.99 1.41 3.04 8.52 5.91 1.45 0.51 1.45 1.35 1.92 0.41 2.03 0.48 1.42 0.41 4.82 10.35 0.35 6.12 8.16 1.70 1.23 2.12 1. 2.51 6.45 3.81 1.71 0.95 0.12 4.56 2.32 0.75 0.71 1.33 5.87 2.26 2.82 10.95 0.54 2.12 1.44 0.22 2.65 0.46 6.39 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 IN 0 1 OUT 2.96 2.13 0.78 2.46 6.82 10.82 7.18 1.79 0.90 0.15 3.09 6.51 0.67 7.84 1.05 0.98 0.33 1.81 2.55 3.39 Bold capacities require grade 8.39 0.95 2.15 3.68 5.35 4.74 3.13 2.45 0.48 5.01 0.48 5.11 1.55 4.61 1.13 1. Load for deflect'n span/150 9.55 2.16 2.74 1.36 1.39 3.78 3.63 1.77 0.55 2.50 3.33 8.79 4.89 1.76 0.04 0.34 1.12 4.48 5.45 1.40 1.75 11.93 0.82 1.24 1.88 2.13 1.62 3.

3 OUT 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 Single span: Z/C20019 (kN/m) IN 0 1.49 0.63 0.43 1.90 1.86 1.Limit state capacity tables Single spans Single spans Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm Single span: Z/C20015 (kN/m) IN Bridging > Span 3000 (mm) 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10800 11100 11400 11700 12000 0 1.66 5.38 7.88 5.77 3.19 2.65 11.23 0.28 2.70 1.50 0.05 0.53 5.30 9.92 2.79 13.51 0.42 2.25 11.55 0.28 6.58 0.80 1.51 3.28 0.57 2.27 7.05 1.32 0.09 0.55 0.24 0.88 3.28 1.70 0.8 bolt.59 6.65 0.44 3.34 0.78 7.01 1.15 1.60 0.39 4.81 1.19 5.52 13.26 5.53 4.06 7.52 2.55 0.25 2.62 1.02 0.40 1.42 1.88 0.64 1.85 1.25 11.37 4. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.38 1.95 1.94 1.34 Bold capacities require grade 8.36 0.34 0.71 1.18 1.48 0.74 5.49 2.77 7.62 1.94 0.41 0.48 0.61 0.86 1.92 3.30 1.81 7.70 2.85 0.66 4.05 5.71 2.72 1.38 2. IN = Inward load capacity.95 0.39 5.10 0.60 0.05 2.27 2. S200 25 .53 0.67 1.84 5.36 11.21 0.79 1.36 11.40 0.74 5.53 3.36 1.74 0.84 3.69 0.13 4.10 7.18 0.95 0.00 4.80 2.73 1.87 1.30 9.16 2.80 2.07 5.03 1.52 13.91 4.37 4.79 1.03 0.89 8.28 3.45 1.14 6.14 1.41 0.46 2.66 6.30 11.62 2.38 0.70 1.98 1.74 3.37 5.81 1.05 1.05 3.99 1.24 2.84 3.44 0.39 2.55 1.85 1.04 3.70 0.38 7.39 3.28 2.76 1.53 0.27 3.64 0.77 1.12 1.35 16.08 0.45 3.99 2.03 0.10 5.76 1.86 1.00 4.54 5.71 3.53 1.17 0.26 0.13 5.51 1.86 3.31 0.74 0.54 0.35 2.53 0.82 0.86 1.88 2.13 1.34 7.22 0.78 3.66 2.53 1.36 11.35 16.03 1.87 0.05 2.82 1.77 3.96 8.86 7.68 9.42 10.52 0.80 0.64 0.93 6.01 1.12 1.75 2.18 0.09 3.53 1.89 1.56 0.13 1.39 2.28 3.46 0.27 7.96 0.77 0.66 0.35 16.3 OUT 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 Single span: Z/C20024 (kN/m) IN 0 1 OUT 2 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 7.55 1.64 1.36 8.55 0.94 1.43 0.95 1.2.40 0.70 16.09 4.60 0.39 3.77 3.17 0.33 0.27 3.72 1.66 0.12 2.13 2.54 0.56 2.62 1.43 0.98 2.13 0.26 5.66 7.44 1.49 0.82 0.47 2.39 4.60 0.88 2.36 11.42 0.57 0.37 0.70 5.09 0.13 5.56 1.82 2.28 2.59 0.01 1.08 9.71 2.24 1.17 1.38 10.51 0.89 1.37 3.67 1.68 9.79 0.89 3.81 5.70 0.46 1.46 5.62 0.27 0.15 4.67 5.43 3. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.88 1.36 11.95 0.09 0.17 3.35 4.37 0.51 0.57 2.38 0.13 2.27 1.68 6.28 1.24 1.43 0.00 7.46 0.22 1.10 6.87 1.84 1.25 0.89 0.51 0.34 8.07 2.38 7.68 0.50 0.06 1.57 1.21 0.62 1.8 purlin bolts.28 1.13 6.64 2.77 2.46 0.72 0.59 1.09 0.66 5.84 2.98 1.32 1.88 0.52 11.34 8.48 2.91 8.72 5.08 1.01 0.20 2.63 1.25 10.77 0.72 1.34 0.44 0.53 0.47 0. OUT = Outward load capacity.10 5.13 0.68 0.34 0.52 1.53 0.56 0.28 3.60 1.68 0.46 0.81 2.66 0.71 1.56 0.73 0.48 1.35 19.74 5.43 0.57 5.56 0.39 6.41 0.12 1.05 1.42 0.68 1.40 1.60 10.53 1.09 2.84 0.38 3.39 0.24 0.82 0.36 2.87 1.68 9.80 0.89 1.37 0.68 9.32 11.98 3.89 0.09 1.00 5.47 0.09 1.66 5.05 5.67 2.10 6.19 1.24 2.19 1.35 1.42 1.27 3.36 1.09 2.60 0.64 0.38 9.49 1.81 7.27 4.39 0.35 16.42 0.78 0.27 2.64 0.55 4.30 7.13 5.05 2.44 1.78 1.66 1.63 1.89 2.29 0.31 1.18 1.09 3.23 7.82 2.67 3.77 4.93 2.62 0.06 6.28 1.82 0.42 0.41 2.13 4.15 1.03 2.55 0.60 0.01 3.12 3.10 13.09 0.97 0.69 3.09 1.56 11.58 0.10 6.83 9.52 13.71 1.27 7.10 0.50 0.84 1.38 9.88 4.34 1.40 0.09 2.53 0.81 1.40 1.52 11.79 0.25 15.95 1.88 2.84 2.40 0.20 0.64 0.29 6.55 1.95 1.09 1.40 0.91 1.01 0.04 2.82 0.04 1.80 0.56 2.44 0.31 0.71 1.27 1.89 3.28 3.03 2.89 0.12 0.44 0.47 3.67 1.26 2.45 0.11 13.78 1.87 0.72 1.30 0.50 6.51 2.38 7.80 1.42 2.26 0.97 1.95 8.09 1.68 2.55 2.25 0.66 4.39 6.46 0.56 2.64 1.24 2.23 1.61 1.81 8.59 1.73 1.31 1.98 1.68 1.95 0.94 0.28 0.16 1.23 1.10 0.89 4.00 1.51 2.64 3.39 6.39 0.43 2.74 0.36 3.00 2.52 13.88 0.05 5.94 2.51 0.52 0.66 6.93 1.78 1.50 0.47 6.66 0.81 2.27 6.75 2.53 4.35 4.52 0.78 1.34 8.03 1.52 15.68 9.57 16.80 0.09 4.70 1.72 0.39 2.27 3.28 7.34 4.18 1.57 3.71 3.60 0.34 8.84 2.76 1.2.47 0.87 1.56 0.57 1.00 5.88 4.47 1.54 0.67 0.99 0.12 1.33 4.28 0.28 3.49 3.65 3.63 1.38 1.35 14.92 0.53 4.96 1.47 0.04 0.84 3.67 1.38 3.69 1.45 0.32 2.05 4.

48 3.58 0.25 3.32 9.96 3.18 0.52 17.81 5.92 9.82 1.01 1.95 2.04 0.49 0.96 3.59 2.92 14. OUT = Outward load capacity.02 14.31 1.33 1.96 1.80 10.Limit state capacity tables Single spans Single spans Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm Single span: Z/C25019 (kN/m) Bridging > Span 3000 (mm) 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10800 11100 11400 11700 12000 S250 26 Single span: Z/C25024 (kN/m) Load for IN OUT deflect'n 0 1.58 1.56 14.78 1.92 8.92 2.94 4.28 2.29 3.69 10.34 9.28 7.56 7.02 0.51 9.72 0.24 3.80 1.83 1.30 3.01 3.35 1.17 0.30 8.91 7.03 7.64 2.93 2.58 17.25 3.39 0.11 0.32 9.48 0.67 0.33 4.73 0.89 3.67 0.24 1.11 2.36 1.93 5.96 10.96 3.61 0.75 1.57 15.43 1.55 0.16 9.95 0.46 1.22 2.31 3.50 1.56 1.08 1.87 1.30 1.86 1. IN = Inward load capacity.93 8.89 0.65 1.12 2.40 12.94 0.29 12.75 2.24 2.75 2.03 3.96 20.32 4.35 0.61 1.62 0.01 12.81 2.33 1.52 1.95 1.16 1.42 20.16 4.74 1.64 0.15 1.24 2.96 20.50 0.74 0.46 2.10 5.38 4.47 1.61 0.53 0.17 2.70 0.35 3.46 1.32 17.96 1.94 5.37 2.87 1.69 6.94 1.59 1.79 1.39 4.78 4.24 0.29 1.12 2.69 6.57 2.71 0.8 bolt.01 3.62 3.41 4.57 1.71 7.58 2.52 2.94 2.70 4.57 1.69 10.43 0.31 0.55 4.96 19.35 6.47 0.57 .81 2.35 5.35 7.78 1.61 0.10 1.40 8.35 1.19 8.47 2.12 1.94 3.44 0.58 7.19 3.78 2.05 2.42 13.35 3.53 10.08 3.70 2.90 3.68 2.78 0.29 2.28 14.67 1.75 2.85 0.35 6.67 1.69 2.69 1.38 0.05 1.73 1.70 0.45 8.88 0.96 1.82 1.59 1.58 3.93 1.19 3.25 7.97 9.74 0.00 2.70 1.75 4.89 2.04 0.07 0.28 14.26 0.28 1.04 6.72 1. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.75 1.84 14.67 1.16 2.64 0.45 0.45 8.26 2.36 1.91 1.92 2.57 3.11 6.58 5.91 1.81 5.72 3.93 3.47 2.23 1.41 1.57 0.71 20.54 6.8 purlin bolts.24 1.11 1.07 7.60 1.28 4.47 6.45 11.34 5.06 1.28 7.45 5.36 2.49 0.07 1.24 0.37 4.98 0.05 0.93 0.61 0.92 2.64 9.56 2.60 2.25 7.33 0.18 0.28 0.15 7.23 1.83 1.19 2.56 14.58 5.17 14.16 5.37 3.43 8.90 2.18 1. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.11 5.77 1.49 0.23 1.24 1.69 1.10 0.07 Bold capacities require grade 8.66 0.12 1.59 0.56 10.82 25.69 1.41 1.23 3.40 12.94 4. 2.92 1.67 7.21 4.99 2.37 0. IN OUT Load for deflect'n span/150 33.16 0.00 1.74 4.87 1.08 1.32 8.33 2.85 4.90 2.32 4.68 3.68 1.81 1.69 5.30 0.40 12.25 3.99 0.78 1.38 1.22 6.72 1.69 1.57 3.88 0.19 11.03 1.49 0.90 0.90 11.80 11.66 1.77 2.49 0.93 0.39 10.92 7.77 1.96 20. 3 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 .45 0.50 1.40 5.73 3.43 1.82 0.58 6.12 1.24 5.34 2.49 0. 3 0 1 2 3 span/150 13.48 2.49 1.10 0.56 14.32 9.19 8.40 2.28 24.98 1.88 1.80 0.01 1.54 0.81 0.41 4.67 1.46 12.19 5.80 11.33 1.64 2.96 3.62 3.52 1.62 0.61 5.25 2.28 14.28 9.47 2.48 2.32 14.78 1.96 1.64 1.58 3.96 0.96 1.32 17.69 10.83 14.92 9.56 4.70 2.09 2.32 4.32 17.35 3.55 6.75 4.80 18.87 1.88 1.16 1.46 2.03 6.39 0.50 10.31 0.38 5.04 8.46 3.04 2.47 6.78 17.95 2.60 3.24 5.35 2.41 19.68 1.67 0.90 3.53 0.33 4.53 2.19 8.06 11.94 4.17 0.

04 1.84 0.13 6.77 0.25 2.56 4.91 0.53 5.64 2.53 5.66 5.43 0.95 5.80 7.69 3.63 1.48 7.44 5.41 0.67 3.49 1.41 1.72 2.03 2.17 3.40 7.17 1.58 0.81 0.22 2.66 0.86 2.00 2.39 0.51 0.34 2.30 0.63 5.49 0.26 4.19 2.95 8.58 1.61 4.95 3.83 0.35 2.26 9.00 2.63 0.10 1.49 0.63 1.95 1.8 bolt.80 1.49 0.76 7.23 1.58 1.83 1.31 8.74 1.35 2.60 0.76 0.44 5.35 3.43 2.67 2.08 2.77 0.42 1.51 0.00 2.89 1.48 1.94 1.84 1.26 9.20 6.63 1.63 0.25 0.71 0.44 0.46 5.03 0.57 3.24 4.8 purlin bolts.64 7.69 0.27 1.07 1.59 0.26 3.94 1.52 3.08 1.01 1.65 0.01 0.75 1.76 0.49 1.63 6.64 2.01 3.02 1.95 3.23 1.42 3.17 3.61 4.20 3.20 6.95 5.75 2.57 0.79 2.42 10.29 1.43 0.54 0.63 1.12 3.27 4.50 0.69 1.61 0.00 4.66 1.90 0.05 2.69 0.97 4.83 4.47 1.91 1.37 2.88 4.09 0.26 9.40 0.00 4.39 2.85 3.48 3.57 6.76 7.41 0.95 0.88 4.45 1.57 5.22 2.95 3.81 1.21 0.87 1.17 2.86 5.42 0.06 3.27 1.26 3.14 1.24 4.27 1.46 0.79 1.70 2.48 1.52 0.44 0.30 1.11 0.83 0.78 1.64 0.53 1.89 2.13 1.63 0.35 2.89 2.19 1.56 1.99 1.13 1.21 2.91 6. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.61 1.44 5.55 0.07 0.53 5.50 3.81 2.99 1.73 0.47 0.53 5.73 1.46 7.43 0.07 5.54 3.39 0.39 2.17 3.56 0.87 0.35 2.89 0.49 0.97 1.20 1.73 1.95 10.39 1.60 0.13 6.03 3.82 2.32 1.68 0.40 0.77 0.62 0.80 0.59 4. 1.18 1.11 1.84 0.22 2.77 3.98 0.39 7.19 1.00 4.88 1.43 0.03 0.81 1.25 1.53 5.47 0.62 1.61 4.21 0.55 1.16 0.20 0.28 2.02 2.46 0.50 0.57 6.71 0.04 1. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.69 1.00 2.55 1.80 3.44 0.18 2.24 4.09 1.73 0.61 4.80 7.90 1.07 5.62 1.56 3.68 0.43 0.32 1.99 0.15 1.89 2.19 2.97 0.07 0.22 2.27 4.92 0.67 3.94 0.99 1.07 1.97 0.48 7.52 0.73 0.48 1.56 0.46 0.78 1.92 0.74 0.67 3.12 1.07 2.60 2.31 8.76 1.86 0.82 0.50 1.89 1.88 4.68 1.81 2.54 0.36 0.90 1.40 IN OUT 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 5.30 1.50 0.44 0.27 4.25 2.97 0.88 0.56 3.99 1.32 3.85 1.29 1.01 10.50 0.97 1.61 4.41 1.35 3.13 1.40 3.16 2.89 0.29 5.10 1.89 1.80 0.76 0.95 3.32 1.33 0.00 2.03 1.21 4.63 5.74 0.17 1.60 2.49 0.51 0.31 0.91 2.76 7.37 1.37 0.97 1.73 1.42 3.60 1.79 1.74 5.56 2.95 0.35 3.59 0.21 2.02 10.44 0.99 2.11 8.80 0.94 0.65 4.70 2.45 1.44 2.84 3.22 2.00 4.78 0.74 5.44 5.67 0.59 0.18 4.42 0.17 1.60 2.44 0.42 1.71 0.61 4.25 1.31 8.26 3.63 3.56 1.00 2.49 1.70 2.00 2.55 3.89 1.33 0.67 0.22 0.73 2.79 1.26 3.12 1.12 0.57 1.16 0.01 3.54 1.11 0.61 1.20 6.13 0.67 3.51 2.58 0.89 1.07 1.91 1.36 1.03 1.78 1.78 2.20 3.48 1.20 6.20 1.95 1.57 1.07 5.94 1.95 0.70 2.24 4.35 1.63 0.80 7.96 0.80 1.17 1.53 4.02 0.40 3.26 9.35 1.61 2.83 1.84 2.72 1.24 4.67 1.80 0.35 0.55 3.71 0.71 1.87 1.46 0.10 2.64 2.Limit state capacity tables Single spans Single spans Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm Single span: Z/C30024 (kN/m) IN Single span: Z/C30030 (kN/m) OUT Bridging > 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 Span 6000 (mm) 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10800 11100 11400 11700 12000 4.71 0.03 0.32 0.86 0.09 1.22 3.66 1.97 2.14 1.60 0.47 0.49 2.56 0.93 3.09 1.95 3.00 4.46 0.44 2.67 3.78 0.26 3.09 7.31 8.84 2.13 6.44 5.10 1.61 4.41 0.15 0.49 2.04 1.10 1.63 5.05 4.11 3.55 0.96 1.68 1.26 1.00 1.80 3.40 0.01 3.88 4.22 1.06 1.50 0.44 6.17 1.04 1.56 1.21 2.13 6.40 0.57 0.47 3.63 0.90 1.89 1.40 1.74 1.38 SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm S300 27 .42 3.54 0.61 0.91 0.63 2.65 0.75 Bold capacities require grade 8.45 4.02 0.68 1.42 0.80 2.60 1.04 1.97 1.58 7.01 12300 12600 12900 13200 13500 13800 14100 14400 14700 15000 15300 15600 15900 16200 16500 16800 17100 17400 17700 18000 0.49 0.18 1.81 0.81 2.71 1.83 1.49 2.40 1.43 2.26 9.93 5.29 1.57 6.70 2.86 7.48 0.07 5.30 0.64 1.75 0.14 2.73 1.48 7.99 1.20 3.26 3.31 0.54 0.11 0.99 3.99 1.48 0.06 10.87 0.86 0.95 5.23 0.21 6.52 3.00 1.27 1.76 7.07 0.02 0. OUT = Outward load capacity.38 1.31 8.34 1.66 0.68 0.42 3.29 0.46 0.30 1.69 1.26 9.63 5.77 3.61 2.20 3.53 5.15 1.48 10. IN = Inward load capacity.37 0.18 1.83 1.52 0.26 0.54 0.14 2.94 2.56 4.86 0.60 0.55 9.95 5.57 6.05 0.22 1.79 0.68 1.47 2.20 6.95 3.55 0.91 1.98 1.56 4.25 1.71 0.29 3.83 1.59 2.48 7.86 2.52 1.44 5.68 1.77 3.55 3.95 5.47 2.29 1.56 6.04 4.20 6.46 0.81 2.91 0.37 0.66 2.34 2.63 0.73 0.

67 1.96 1.22 14700 0.00 1.41 1.92 1.64 1.71 1.30 3.25 3.45 1.02 1.63 Bold capacities require grade 8.71 4.82 2.60 0.35 2.48 2.73 17400 0.37 2.99 2.97 2.72 0.18 2.6 1.41 1.50 8.72 8.39 10.46 6.50 3.78 5.76 5.23 2.72 8.30 3.41 5.89 6.08 15300 0.57 13500 0.66 0.78 2.09 1.47 13800 0.14 Load for deflection span/150 15.49 0.89 7.94 1.38 14100 0.27 0.41 10.35 4.07 SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 12300 1.28 3.93 2.5 1.80 12900 1.50 0.39 10.48 0.44 0.04 7.18 1. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.91 16200 0.50 8.23 4.60 2.17 1.97 1.32 2.79 2.90 7.99 2.91 4.92 1.54 1.18 2.01 13.35 4.82 1.72 8.43 6.72 8.38 9.48 3.85 0.37 0.44 1.39 10.30 2.01 1.67 3.80 12.89 6.58 5.89 3.50 8.48 3.10 3.39 10.88 3.52 1.58 2.44 1.86 0.81 1.67 3.58 5.52 1.27 2.33 5.48 0.15 2.06 6.85 1.72 2.35 0.78 5.56 11.17 1.89 6.66 6.95 1.08 3.57 0.15 15000 0.49 0.89 6.72 3.72 2.97 5.99 2.06 0.48 1.38 9.56 11.70 17700 0.48 0.38 9.50 1.82 2.08 2.59 2.72 1.18 0.87 1.6 2.62 1.87 1.43 6.48 3.29 14400 0.61 4.23 4.82 2.41 5.90 1.67 3.47 1.08 1.88 3.56 11.61 2.04 7.97 5.97 2.28 0.11 3.02 15600 0.39 3.65 0.41 5.37 2.14 12.79 0.24 1.79 0.61 4.89 6.51 0.55 0.58 4.56 11.61 4.13 4.30 1.56 1.43 6.61 1.91 4.7 1.91 4.25 12.36 1.8 bolt.18 2.43 6.05 2.50 8.10 3.97 15900 0.25 3.76 1.09 1.3 1.04 1.33 1.02 1.23 4.97 5.73 1.84 2.37 2.23 4.74 1.99 0.18 2.42 1.72 0.55 2.05 11.58 5.43 6.85 2.50 8.35 4.55 2.63 2.60 2.05 2.37 1.01 0.54 0.83 3.63 5.00 12.68 13200 0.56 11.81 1.62 1.91 4.43 6.19 1.97 5.60 0.30 3.72 1.75 4.04 8.48 2.04 7.58 1.48 1.99 1.73 2.81 1.03 2.67 4.86 0.Limit state capacity tables Single spans Single spans Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm Single span: Z/C35030 (kN/m) IN OUT Bridging > 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 Span 6000 (mm) 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10800 11100 11400 11700 12000 7.27 2.83 3.14 12.21 1.6 2.02 1.40 0.27 1.31 1.38 9.86 2.72 2.87 0.89 1.26 2.47 2.52 1.09 1.85 2.36 5.85 1.14 1.30 3.67 3.64 12.04 7.35 4.61 1.38 9.56 1.47 3.11 2.77 1.11 2.93 1.14 4. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.48 3.88 3.67 1. OUT = Outward load capacity.58 5.61 4.73 1.39 10.37 1.04 7.70 5.44 2.93 0.56 11.23 4.37 2.88 3.16 7. IN = Inward load capacity.57 5.72 8.13 1.42 0.10 3.15 4.93 12600 1.02 2.50 8.04 7.17 2.97 5.72 8.09 2.25 1.59 1.77 17100 0.41 5.86 16500 0.78 3.96 0.72 0.66 18000 0.37 3.24 3.97 2.06 4.09 1.62 1.39 10.40 4.04 1.56 3.38 9.88 1.66 1.40 2.82 16800 0.57 1.10 3. S350 28 .14 9.89 6.8 purlin bolts.41 5.65 1.32 1.58 5.

83 3.21 1.30 4.59 0.12 0.40 1.66 1.44 2.37 1.02 0.30 4.19 1.65 1.97 3.01 0.87 0.67 0.37 1.83 3.32 4.47 3.73 5.72 0.67 0.97 3.98 0.84 0.66 0. 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflection span/150 8.28 1.05 1.55 2.45 1.70 2.70 0.58 1.56 2.50 5.28 1.28 1.88 0.08 0.51 0. 2.71 0.58 1.Limit state capacity tables Double continuous spans Double spans Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = 2 x span + 70 mm Double span: Z/C10010 (kN/m) Double span: Z/C10012 (kN/m) Bridging > 0 1.53 0.95 1.83 3.67 0. 2.81 0.46 0.72 0.67 6.39 IN OUT 0 1.69 0.15 0.47 1.04 2.97 6.89 0.56 2.77 0.15 0.79 6.04 2.93 2.15 0.66 0.40 0.19 1.76 0.84 3.23 1.79 6.84 3.35 1.49 0.08 8.31 3.58 1.8 bolt.93 0.35 0.70 0.15 1.56 2.22 1.48 0.50 0.37 1.92 0.74 0.58 1.84 3.98 0.37 1.09 2.52 0.21 1.68 1.56 0.57 0.84 3.61 1.33 1.83 1.99 2.90 0.40 1.54 0.31 3.74 3.96 1.51 0.78 0.42 1.09 2.67 0.21 1.37 1.89 0.40 1.73 5.83 3.50 0.99 0.52 4.69 0.93 2.15 0.99 1.70 0.43 3.07 0.86 0.39 1.70 2.76 0.95 1.31 0.79 6.20 1.87 0.56 0.76 0.55 2.93 2.31 3.68 1.55 2.40 1.72 2.93 0. IN = Inward load capacity.21 1.79 6.70 2.81 3.61 1.78 1.21 1.36 2.62 0.64 0.35 1.09 1.66 2.40 0.96 1.64 6.73 0.07 0.18 1.73 0.58 0.14 5.81 3.31 11.81 0.93 2.93 2.67 0.49 Bold capacities require grade 8.40 1.37 1.31 3.35 1.05 0.40 1.83 1.97 3.70 0.84 3.04 2.77 13.45 0.60 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 0.62 1.46 1.94 4. 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflection span/150 Span 2100 (mm) 2400 2700 3000 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 3.04 2.55 2.87 0.77 6. 0.49 0.76 0.09 2.45 0.75 0.98 0.05 0.55 0.55 2.09 2.86 0.59 4.56 0.99 0.05 0.93 0.75 0.73 5.40 1.05 0.87 0.95 0.15 1.73 5.61 0.83 1.97 3.55 1.58 0.54 0.55 0.65 1.80 0.47 6.95 1.22 2.40 1.15 0.49 8.96 0.04 8.89 1.15 1.67 1. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.68 6.72 0.81 3.54 0.64 0.81 3.87 0.63 0.19 1.83 3.30 4.33 1.59 2.20 1.44 0.97 3.96 1.04 2.89 0.69 Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.63 1.99 1.82 0.22 1.65 8.81 3.37 1.99 2.54 0.20 1.73 0.37 1.82 0.76 0.40 1.15 1.59 4.76 0.95 0.86 0.61 1.52 0.56 2.66 0.19 1.58 0.99 0.73 0.30 4.61 1.37 1.63 1.45 0.77 0.67 1.8 purlin bolts.81 2.96 1.68 2.57 1.59 0.69 3.70 2.37 0 1. OUT = Outward load capacity.07 0.68 1.32 4.82 0.68 4. 2.61 1.77 6.82 0.41 IN OUT OUT IN OUT SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 0.99 0.52 4.35 1.14 4.91 1.25 1.49 1.08 17.46 IN Double span: Z/C10015 (kN/m) Double span: Z/C10019 (kN/m) Bridging > 0 1.42 3.65 1.94 2.65 1.94 8.09 5.65 1.48 0.08 0.88 0.93 2.93 0.42 0.37 1.67 0.65 0.35 1.42 2.49 3.95 1.81 0.86 0.87 1.21 1.49 2.82 0.06 0.07 0.91 1. 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflection span/150 Span 2100 (mm) 2400 2700 3000 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6.64 0.70 0.83 1.45 3.30 4.81 2.51 0.29 1.20 1.37 1.98 1.55 2.60 0.32 4.73 5.21 1.74 6.95 1.49 3.49 1.91 1.97 3.40 1.61 1.61 1. D100 29 .96 1.58 0.84 3.49 1.08 8.89 0.58 1.70 2.54 0.66 0.55 2.60 0.02 3.05 0.59 0.40 1.95 0.07 0.05 0.59 0.32 4.86 0.30 4.18 1.66 0.29 1.59 8. 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflection span/150 4.95 1.40 1.66 0.04 0.50 0. 2.62 0.83 8.79 6.93 0.97 3.55 0.40 0.91 1.04 2.99 0.59 9.60 0.32 4.87 0.60 0.54 0.31 3.46 4.33 1.22 1.14 0.76 0.99 2.43 0.70 2.55 2.46 3.99 2.35 1.35 1.94 0.09 2.77 2.46 3.96 1.05 0.82 0.

45 2.61 0.92 3.04 1.82 8.93 1.84 1.84 1.13 1.96 1.23 1.71 22.12 1.48 0.35 5.80 0.51 1.78 0.67 4.40 5.71 0.94 7.05 2.33 4.33 4.83 2.68 1.48 1.23 1.47 3.59 0.89 1.13 1.68 1.50 0.27 2.16 1.78 3.59 1.23 1.81 4.70 1.85 0.08 1.69 3.14 0.83 2.59 0.00 2.14 1.44 1.78 10.07 4.52 4.85 3.01 10.74 3.60 0.52 6.40 5.13 1.61 0.65 18.23 3.62 1.82 8.8 bolt.20 1.47 3.13 9.54 0.51 1.43 3.40 1.50 0.48 IN OUT 0 1.45 7.55 3.68 6.40 5.34 3.76 0.24 1.71 10.13 5.52 4.95 0.92 16.88 1.29 8.66 0.68 1.75 Double span: Z/C15019 (kN/m) Double span: Z/C15024 (kN/m) Bridging > 0 1 2.64 1.78 0.59 0.52 6.33 0.92 7.15 1.72 0.02 0.68 6.27 1.95 0.11 0.82 8.80 3.52 4.62 0.66 2.23 1.71 1.86 4.75 0.81 0.52 13.60 0.15 1.70 0.71 10.42 2.89 0.15 10.22 2.24 1.87 1.13 1.97 1.74 3.59 0.43 7.88 9.24 1.16 17.48 3.12 1.41 2.29 8.73 5.78 3.30 1.76 0.27 2.54 0.35 5.01 9.05 1.98 0.43 5.00 2.76 0.18 2.29 8.45 0.67 0.28 1.45 1.43 2.52 4.83 2.38 0.37 2.22 2.46 0.41 1.41 3.78 0.82 0.45 2.41 1.45 2.27 2.00 2.67 12.50 3.66 2.50 3. 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflection span/150 0 1 2.97 6.20 8.24 2.69 2.81 0.77 1.70 0.35 1.74 3.24 2.09 2.09 0.23 3.12 1.56 25.17 1.44 2.36 10.39 2.57 0.28 6.04 6.07 1.68 6.32 4.63 1.04 6.37 2.8 purlin bolts.05 1.64 5.51 3.75 1.71 10.36 1.94 0.70 3.92 3.35 5.15 1.05 0.47 2.55 3.27 2.62 0.41 3.86 0.40 5.32 4.83 2.61 0.34 3.52 6.28 6.63 9.67 2.79 6.88 0.59 1.40 5.84 12.62 1.48 0.00 2.55 0.21 1.48 1.45 1. 2.02 1.62 0.00 2.95 0.05 2.05 0.49 4.32 4.37 2. 3 Load for deflection span/150 Span 2100 (mm) 2400 2700 3000 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6.91 0.81 4.95 10.03 0.59 1.02 0.23 3.59 1.84 1.55 3.14 1.44 1.42 16.12 5.05 0. 3 0 1 2.41 3.94 7.97 10.94 0.73 0.98 4.45 1.00 2.33 4.78 3. 3 0 1 2.74 1.38 0.83 1.87 0.62 2.80 3.46 5.88 2.07 0.88 2.96 0.43 5.23 3.23 3.94 7.90 7.56 3.22 1.50 1.61 1.86 1.24 1.13 1.85 1.13 4.14 1.34 3.59 1.68 6.68 3.73 1.45 2.46 2.74 1.64 2.21 1.73 7.98 0.91 1.25 1.73 5.53 0.82 1.23 0.67 0.52 6.68 1.36 10.94 7.68 6.33 4.23 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 0.44 1.73 5.81 12.05 1.35 5.15 2.09 0.23 3.00 2.90 0.68 IN OUT SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 0.63 1.74 1. 2.12 1.24 1.92 3.73 5.13 1.93 0.86 1.24 1.13 1.80 0.48 1.45 1.14 1.31 1.89 1.12 1.92 3.43 0.42 2.33 4.73 5. 3 Load for deflection span/150 10.68 7.22 1.01 5.41 3.34 7.43 5.87 1.45 1.62 0.52 6.52 6.58 0.79 1.32 4.74 3.30 4.85 0.88 1.81 4. 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflection span/150 Span 3000 (mm) 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 7.53 1.35 5.11 2.78 3.50 1.29 8.22 2.74 3.45 4.20 Bold capacities require grade 8.94 1.37 1.29 0.45 2. 2.87 0.28 6.80 3.05 1.13 1.24 1.00 2.40 2.54 1.47 3.15 1.92 3.47 3.74 0.68 0.34 1.40 5.47 4.84 0.27 2.10 3.4 5 4.94 1.43 5.88 1.45 0.81 0.94 7.82 8.74 1.03 0.41 1.71 10.55 3.82 8.45 2.60 1.44 1.28 6.68 1.57 1.27 2.78 0.63 1.66 0.62 1.72 0.43 0.32 1.67 0.29 8.00 2.72 2.28 1.12 1.78 2.29 1.92 7.34 3.65 0.25 1.84 1.45 4. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.78 2.13 1.15 1.87 0.66 0.13 1.20 0.69 1.68 6.91 0.86 0.00 2.47 3.89 1.29 0.51 1.73 1.74 1.88 1.57 3.88 0.45 4.33 1.33 1.64 0.01 1.84 0.92 3.92 7.37 2.62 2.72 0. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.85 0.50 3.86 IN OUT IN OUT SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 D150 30 .76 3.94 7.45 2.04 1.94 1.52 0.41 3.28 6.81 2.66 2.34 3.16 1.52 4.86 1.28 1.48 0.04 27.44 1.81 4.72 1.28 2.42 2.94 0.30 2.17 2.78 2.82 3.74 3.66 2.09 1.35 5.91 0.84 1.60 1.70 1.80 3.88 1.32 3.80 1.66 1.13 1.78 2.66 1.45 2.37 2.59 0.32 4.05 0.83 2.00 0.67 1.30 1.33 1.68 1.32 2.83 2.17 6.48 1.55 3.58 2.45 4.91 0.98 0.65 6.73 0. OUT = Outward load capacity.81 4.36 37.54 0. IN = Inward load capacity.24 1.50 3.86 0.80 3.42 2.33 4.05 2.Limit state capacity tables Double continuous spans Double spans Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = 2 x span + 70 mm Double span: Z/C15012 (kN/m) Double span: Z/C15015 (kN/m) Bridging > 0 1.22 2.93 1.66 2.33 1.96 0.50 6.48 7.43 5.14 1.97 1.31 1.82 8.95 0.86 0.

70 9.2 3 0 1 10.39 5.07 0.63 2.65 3.85 2.18 1.27 21.70 2.00 4.64 3.59 9.33 3.44 3.30 27.10 1.58 13.28 7.80 1.96 4.55 2.56 2.36 9.55 1.69 9.10 4.19 7.09 2.28 3.88 2.15 2.30 4.05 4.75 3.81 0.02 1.47 3.64 3.97 0.35 1.07 0.00 4.42 1.09 19.24 2.26 4.55 0.49 1.77 4.84 1.12 2.40 1.12 1.82 12.94 3.68 8.46 2.85 10.68 5.67 1.10 5. 3 Load for deflection span/150 6.63 2.95 2.75 1.74 5.59 2.01 27.71 3.88 5.33 2.11 0.69 9.35 3.09 13.66 5. 3 0 1 2.70 4.37 IN OUT 0 1.60 3.28 1.08 2.35 1.82 5.47 14.36 9.81 36.82 12.25 2.22 8.13 1.85 6.64 4.24 2.05 1.57 2.11 1.79 0.41 2.53 4.72 1.35 2.97 4.12 2.88 2.82 12.46 2.96 3.57 1.22 5.82 5.98 IN OUT 0 1.11 3.82 2.32 2.09 13.94 0.28 2.23 10.89 0.91 7.59 3.82 1.85 25.47 14.44 1.16 7.96 3.34 7.66 5.59 2.91 2.43 2.59 0. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.66 5.13 3.19 4.25 6.24 5.80 3.56 2.49 1.04 1.69 9.33 1.37 3.39 2. 3 Load for deflection span/150 Span 4500 (mm) 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 5.70 3.55 6.32 3.18 1.99 4.80 1.88 0.25 1.33 1.86 7.39 5.36 9.24 9. 2.25 3.42 2.74 0.96 1.75 8.76 6.37 2.96 1.63 1.32 1.89 3.67 1.33 4.40 1.34 2.47 3.48 7.66 2.68 8.69 0.30 4.54 1.73 2.22 8.69 9.42 2.43 1. IN = Inward load capacity.67 1.67 13.66 5.51 3.69 8.65 1.13 1.99 2.96 3.83 5.68 8.05 3.37 3.74 5.56 2.66 5.26 2.24 6.42 1.27 6.45 4.74 5.22 8.99 3.66 1.75 4.95 1.54 2.96 3.34 7.80 1.36 9.99 2.26 4.53 1.10 3.05 1.38 3.08 1.76 8.81 0.25 6.25 2.68 0.31 1.23 2.80 4.25 6.02 0.12 2.40 1.68 1.92 3.10 5.57 11.43 2.86 1.22 8.24 3.09 1.83 5.39 3.89 0.10 5.88 2.47 3.54 13.00 0.87 0.01 D250 31 .24 24.77 4.37 D200 Double span: Z/C25019 (kN/m) Double span: Z/C25024 (kN/m) Bridging > 0 1.39 6.91 1.88 1.95 1.34 1.93 36.75 2.84 1.23 2.35 3.59 1.95 2.38 2.57 5.18 1.00 16.15 2.16 7.72 2.39 3.30 4.82 2.27 6.52 1.10 5.82 2.18 1.64 3.55 2.80 6.30 1.09 3.27 5.32 2.88 7.27 1.03 1.27 6.81 5.33 3. 3 Load for deflection span/150 0 1.53 1.10 3.14 1.74 11.63 1.52 13.59 2. 3 0 1 2.82 1.01 2.09 47.57 5.35 1. 3 Load for deflection span/150 10.10 3.09 1.00 4.32 2.05 3.25 2.81 6.64 4.20 4.35 1.85 6.69 1.39 5.06 10.64 6.39 4.96 4.30 5.64 4.75 4.34 3.68 8.57 11.57 17.12 2.16 7.39 3.16 7.79 2.96 3.54 1.26 4.11 1.25 6.70 1.32 2.35 3.19 3.14 14.95 1.66 5.84 2.16 IN OUT SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 2.35 2.28 2.90 0.05 1.00 10.85 16.28 2.93 1.05 1.95 1.81 10. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.47 3. 2.73 21.66 1.56 2.57 11.25 2.10 3.12 1.89 3.26 1.30 4.81 Double span: Z/C20024 (kN/m) IN OUT 2.08 0.94 11.67 1.96 3.77 1.42 5.12 2.28 1.81 6.64 4. 8.02 2.88 2.81 6.62 2.13 3.87 0.53 4.41 1.13 1.80 1.05 4.25 2.17 1.22 5.59 7.34 1.83 2.8 bolt. 2.29 4.09 1.48 2.89 3. 3 0 1 2.10 3.94 0.09 2.50 3.39 12.72 2.09 2.54 1.70 4.95 1.34 7.28 1.11 1.47 5. OUT = Outward load capacity.19 7.53 1.32 2.13 1.64 2.67 1.24 9.74 9.95 5.01 0.25 2.44 1.98 2.76 2.42 4.09 1.47 1.64 1.88 0.44 5.49 1.18 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 1.23 1.28 1.80 2.28 2. 2.18 1.38 3.64 3.81 6.89 3.09 1.00 1.77 4.64 3.73 9.81 17.62 0.71 3.47 19.86 1.53 1.37 3.83 5.30 4.64 4.48 2.09 1.63 4.71 3.19 1.18 4.81 2.01 0.45 1.83 5.57 11.05 4.69 1.41 2. 3 0 1 2.47 5.74 5.90 3.10 5.36 9.53 4.Limit state capacity tables Double continuous spans Double spans Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = 2 x span + 70 mm Double span: Z/C20015 (kN/m) IN OUT Double span: Z/C20019 (kN/m) Bridging > 0 1.24 2.96 3.47 3.28 2.94 0.19 7.88 2.82 12.81 3.59 10.24 2.10 3.64 3.84 2.32 2.48 4.99 3.22 6.8 purlin bolts.99 5.00 2.65 4.46 2.70 2.79 1.81 5.13 2.23 1.47 2.88 1.56 2.88 1.82 11.66 1.17 1.75 2.77 4.00 4.96 3.11 2.41 3.02 0.01 0.47 5.66 6.62 2.27 6. 3 Load for deflection span/150 Span 3000 (mm) 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6.05 1.55 2.10 2.70 2.94 3.84 SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 1.55 13.35 3.20 11.27 4.62 1.66 5.34 7.39 3.48 1.40 1.66 5.33 Bold capacities require grade 8.78 7.94 0.26 4.38 3.56 2.11 8.35 3.18 1.53 4.71 3.48 1.96 1.31 1.29 1.20 1.92 1.81 5.82 1.93 3.

07 5.88 4. 3 Load for deflection span/150 5.89 6.83 5. 3 Span 6000 4.24 8100 2.26 22.50 2.39 4.42 5.57 5.15 8400 2.74 9.25 6.88 3.84 5.53 4. 2.11 5.67 3.04 8.15 8.09 10.72 4.95 6.65 3.26 10.83 6.89 6.81 4.58 5.07 10.23 4.56 3.57 11. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8. OUT = Outward load capacity.67 9300 1.37 9.17 6.41 4.89 30.63 8.56 8.26 7.09 26.01 2.43 7.00 2.67 6.61 8.31 19.88 7.43 15.41 6.44 6600 3.01 5.76 5. 2.31 6.17 3.71 4.21 4. D300 Double span: Z/C35030 (kN/m) Bridging > 0 1.50 IN OUT SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm (mm) 6300 4.62 7.42 5.48 16.23 9.16 7.24 5. 3 6.58 10.37 7.28 10.72 8.00 9.41 6. IN = Inward load capacity.48 4.04 17.52 7800 2.76 3.79 11.85 2.91 8.76 14.46 2.89 10.15 2.01 3.8 bolt.41 5.87 4.80 4.84 5.61 7.68 2.24 8.81 1.83 Double span: Z/C30030 (kN/m) Load for deflection span/150 IN 0 1.78 4.79 7200 3.98 2.24 8.30 3.38 9000 1.84 5. 2.00 2.31 14.04 9600 1.08 5.76 3.84 12.91 4.04 8.84 5.42 5.8 purlin bolts.64 3.89 14.79 34. IN = Inward load capacity.93 5.41 12.09 10.93 IN OUT SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm (mm) 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 7. 2.40 5.95 6. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.67 4.72 20.13 6.20 8700 1.92 3.31 6.03 4.97 5.76 7.48 8.43 7.61 5.41 6.28 11.91 10. OUT = Outward load capacity.61 4.26 9.93 6.17 9.93 5. 2.95 3.20 3.32 4. 3 0 1.05 7.53 1.27 6.00 4.72 8. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.24 4.41 11.91 6900 3.41 5.66 5. D350 32 .90 3.37 9.53 2.56 6.38 3.76 6.86 6.20 2.12 1.63 4.82 4.49 Bold capacities require grade 8.35 2.87 OUT Bridging > 0 1.8 bolt. See also: Design notes for capacity tables. 3 0 1.63 9.97 5.02 7500 2.10 3.13 13.97 11.42 2.27 3.26 3.57 5.03 4.8 purlin bolts.40 3.00 4.31 6. 2.34 6.21 4.37 22.45 10.Limit state capacity tables Double continuous spans Double spans Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = 2 x span + 70 mm Double span: Z/C30024 (kN/m) 0 1.89 10.38 2.79 11.09 4.25 5.62 3.83 16. 3 Load for deflection span/150 Span 6000 8.53 Bold capacities require grade 8.73 3.20 5.31 9.26 10.

44 1.54 1.93 0.48 3.21 4.95 0.18 1.57 1.51 0.47 1.75 0.26 2.31 3.34 1.39 8.97 15.08 0.92 2.02 3.18 1.30 6.55 0.13 0.19 6. Load for deflect'n span/150 21.00 1.64 0.61 1.86 3.76 0.42 1.94 0.54 1.02 3.13 3.45 0.48 2.49 2.70 5.08 2.48 3.32 1.96 3.94 0.57 1.13 3.75 1.84 1.90 6.30 6.83 0.78 Bold capacities require grade 8.97 1.09 2.45 6.63 4.09 1.91 1.72 0.70 11.05 0.70 11.30 6.51 1.27 IN 0 1.79 1.49 1.53 11.91 0.22 1.80 0.30 0.82 10.70 6.72 0.37 1.70 11.98 2.20 1.75 1.70 11. 2.82 2.75 0.61 1.59 2.19 6.37 3.97 0.59 6.46 0. 3 0 1 2.76 0.58 Double lapped span: Z10015 (kN/m) IN Bridging > 0 Span 2100 (mm) 2400 2700 3000 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 10.49 8.08 15.49 2.85 0.15 2.92 1.96 0.85 0.65 1. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.59 1.62 0.94 0.76 0.32 1.90 1.64 0.82 10.73 3.40 6.44 4.38 0.12 2.10 1.46 1.08 15.19 6.82 15.49 0.37 1.96 5.93 0.59 0.00 0.32 1.82 8.44 0.66 0.49 2.63 0.66 0.69 0.84 1.79 0.49 0.30 0.17 0.08 15.31 0.19 0.66 0.20 5.09 1.18 1.53 0.75 5.73 3.53 4.49 1.53 0.60 0.61 0.64 0.79 1.8 bolt.82 0.75 5.62 3.96 5.69 0.39 0.44 4.03 0.63 8.19 4.08 15.91 1.19 7.73 3.50 0.07 1.66 0.45 8.72 4.05 0.80 0.18 1.34 0.84 0.46 1.19 2.49 2.53 0.36 0.94 0.81 0.64 0.67 1.05 1.Limit state capacity tables Double lapped spans Double lapped spans Lap Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Double lapped span: Z10010 (kN/m) IN OUT Bridging > 0 1.02 6.08 15.66 0.25 1. OUT = Outward load capacity.32 2.58 0.72 0.02 0.25 1.41 0.61 1.82 10.71 1.62 2.62 2.57 0.72 0.20 5.30 2.50 0.75 3.73 0.58 0.13 3.58 0.59 0.65 0.48 6.52 3.70 11.88 1.11 1.42 0.92 2.13 3.20 5.84 2.13 3.89 0.74 0.25 1.04 1.48 3.55 0.59 6.97 9.24 6.01 1.21 4.28 1.40 8.18 1.63 8.65 1.29 1.87 1.88 1.72 0.56 0.44 4.08 8.39 8.64 0.53 0.10 2.72 0.85 0.85 2.75 5.85 0.53 0.53 0.44 4.86 2.67 0.97 0.82 10.61 0.02 3.43 6.27 2.84 0.40 0.18 0.46 1.8 purlin bolts.98 1.70 11.88 0.07 1.90 0.66 2.47 0.15 0.21 3.30 0.75 3.59 0.91 1.03 1.79 1.36 1.30 1.63 1.05 0.72 4.25 5.40 0.21 2.50 0.77 1.54 0.76 0.67 6.73 1.49 2.19 1.30 0.91 0.58 2.29 6.94 0.98 2. 3 0 1 2 3 10.96 0.54 1.35 1.73 3.90 0.50 0.13 0.77 1.10 2.62 2.98 2.44 0.57 0.79 1.18 1.08 15.39 10.65 1.86 2.32 1.32 1.15 0. IN = Inward load capacity.75 3.65 1.90 2.78 0.41 1.95 3.97 0.57 1.97 0.08 1.65 0.71 2.75 1.39 8.63 1.65 0.67 0.86 0.61 0.13 0. 2.49 2.72 0.49 2.87 1.08 2.72 1.59 6.44 4.98 2.59 0.58 0.59 0.92 1.10 1.89 1.72 0.44 4.63 8.87 0.74 0.61 1.62 2.62 3.86 2.93 0.43 4.02 0.80 0.10 2.91 1.48 0.57 8.03 0.58 8.50 1.34 1.49 1.75 3.39 8.75 3.92 2.17 0.90 3.32 1.76 0.19 13.63 4.14 0.03 0.54 0.18 3.75 5.44 0.11 1.45 0. 3 0 1 2 Load for deflection span/150 12.47 0.48 2.26 1.61 2.90 2. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.05 1.80 0.57 4.49 0.02 6.30 1.90 2.23 1.34 0.18 3.63 8.30 6.59 0.72 5.15 1.65 0.52 0.26 1.30 6.87 1.76 0.15 2. 3 0 1 2 3 8.78 0.72 0.92 1.48 2.01 2.46 0.90 1.90 1.02 2.35 1.82 10.61 0.05 5.45 1.73 1.42 1 Double lapped span: Z10019 (kN/m) OUT 2.15 1.57 0.31 1.05 0.47 0.87 0.20 4.68 0.90 2.72 4.19 6.59 3.39 5.20 3.34 OUT 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 IN 0 1 OUT 2.34 1.55 0.75 5.34 1.29 1.53 0.88 0.86 2.91 0.21 4.48 2.95 0.52 2.85 1.35 1.78 0.30 0.02 2.90 2.39 8.47 0.73 3.72 4.27 1.80 0.54 1.43 1.68 0.12 1.18 0.30 6.51 0.59 6.71 0.80 0.55 8.98 3.80 0. 3 Span 2100 (mm) 2400 2700 3000 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 6.45 8.87 1.80 2.37 1.03 1.54 0.37 1.20 8.72 1.39 DL100 33 .46 Double lapped span: Z10012 (kN/m) Load for deflection span/150 9.84 1.92 2.32 1.98 2.05 0.36 1.

42 4.71 0.79 5.25 0.01 0.08 2.37 11.71 0.68 1.47 0.79 1.59 0.94 5.58 1.89 0.79 8. 2.Limit state capacity tables Double lapped spans Double lapped spans Span (mm) Lap Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Double lapped span: Z15012 (kN/m) Bridging > Span 2400 (mm) 2700 3000 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 DL150.66 0.72 1.65 2.93 0.32 0.72 2.63 0.20 7.79 0.73 0.83 1.61 3.71 0.20 7.87 1.73 0.53 6.37 2.08 2.25 1.35 14. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.93 0.01 1.94 1.94 5.33 0.38 0.36 5.84 1.52 0.87 8.72 2.67 1.79 0.03 2.70 3.37 1.98 4.86 11.42 1.45 2.30 9.58 1.72 2.08 1.76 4.52 0.08 2.07 1.12 4.43 0.42 0.87 8.94 5.55 2.07 2.68 0.48 3.01 0.10 4.71 0.64 0.62 0.56 0.58 1.68 1.96 1.79 0.63 3.36 5.70 3.76 7.12 0.61 0.64 1.47 0.46 2.73 0.15 1.49 0.08 2.12 1.13 1.01 0.23 14.71 0.39 0.02 1.63 3.72 2.76 7.36 0.42 2.72 22.71 0.98 4.98 4.57 0.24 1.39 2.53 6.54 0.53 6.70 2.85 0.61 3.86 1.23 14.41 0.58 1.94 11. IN OUT Load for deflect'n span/150 31.99 7.84 1.20 7.84 0.51 0.00 5.42 4.73 0.48 0.15 1.23 14.56 0.45 0.64 1.21 1.09 3.37 1.80 1.56 0.98 4.42 4.23 14.73 2.23 7.36 2.23 1.28 3.10 1.64 0.55 0.72 0.56 0.37 11.42 0.61 3.08 1.37 11.57 0.66 3.79 0.42 4.60 0.92 0.36 5.23 14.80 1.25 1.36 5.87 8.8 bolt.30 9.70 3.48 0.39 2.01 1.82 1.61 0.91 1.72 2.42 .42 0.72 3.87 8.15 3.69 3.63 0.84 1.05 1.65 2.07 2.69 0.48 0.56 0.30 0.74 1.93 0.33 1.53 6.36 1.37 2. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.37 11.30 9.15 3.65 0.20 16.84 0.61 6.40 1.1 34 Double lapped span: Z15015 (kN/m) Load for IN OUT deflect'n 0 1.00 1.26 2.52 0.12 1.98 8.87 23.85 0.51 0.36 0.70 3.19 1.22 6.65 0.37 2.16 1.05 0.93 0.84 1.92 0.40 1.72 2.80 1.28 1.15 3.85 0.13 4.22 4.61 3.53 6.50 0.23 1.57 0.91 1.55 4.60 0.23 3.63 Bold capacities require grade 8.93 0. OUT = Outward load capacity.40 0.77 0.21 0.25 1.67 0.61 5.85 0.30 9.22 4. 3 0 1 2 3 span/150 8.07 2.10 0.78 0.26 3.10 1.64 1.73 0.68 7.43 1.60 0.51 0.58 1.98 4.25 1.92 0.17 5.53 3.46 0.44 0.12 3.76 7.10 1.21 1.15 2.47 0.68 9.22 4.39 2.20 7.04 2. 3 0 1 2 3 0 1 2.87 8.77 0.33 1.37 5.77 1.40 0.22 4.30 4.80 1.33 0.52 0.54 2.76 7.23 14.58 0.85 0.77 0.52 0.15 3.01 0.72 2.92 2.40 1.70 1.22 4.84 1.94 5.50 0.01 1.68 0.63 1.44 0.30 9.8 purlin bolts.98 1.35 1.21 0.45 0.46 0.64 0.20 7.60 0.60 0.48 1.14 1.21 11.97 1. IN = Inward load capacity.37 11.12 3.02 15.33 0.10 0.76 7.80 1.67 2.11 1.74 0.37 11.48 0.48 1.56 0.53 6.92 2.36 1.65 0.09 1.12 3.76 7.57 1.65 0.83 0.94 5.30 9.74 0.84 0.55 0.39 2.30 2.84 0.48 0.12 3.

18 21.03 0.8 purlin bolts.53 8.03 16.65 1.34 0.88 18.88 1.03 17.84 0.26 6.22 6.58 9.77 3.08 1.27 1.95 3.42 3.61 1.92 3.22 5.76 0.94 10.27 9.06 1.96 0.55 7.31 0.69 1.70 0.06 13.69 0.65 2.13 4.07 1.20 38.86 5.33 1.17 0.75 7.19 1.20 0.70 0.66 7.28 1.93 6.39 1.16 1.56 0.12 13.27 1.60 2.26 3.40 5.48 0.60 1.26 0.48 4.60 2.98 1.71 1.42 15.51 15.79 1.93 1.46 0.92 1.63 13.83 2.47 0.12 20.83 3.70 17.06 20.41 3.44 4.74 2.06 13.94 10.93 2.22 1.40 0.19 2.55 0.94 0.64 3.39 1.36 7.93 1.32 2.65 2.18 21.66 0.03 17.27 3.67 0.55 1.40 3.89 2.72 1.06 20.40 2.88 1.88 1.22 5. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.81 1.47 0.96 2.55 1.93 1.03 28.05 1.51 2.12 1.49 0.06 13.52 2.22 5.26 1.42 15.14 1.53 0.46 0.04 3. 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 IN 0 1 OUT 2.18 21.84 7.77 7.64 10.55 7.66 1.88 18.28 4.83 0.06 13.78 3.31 0.44 0.03 1.36 2.83 2.72 0.03 17.73 0.70 0.12 13.64 10.40 5.63 0.77 1.91 1.42 15.94 1.60 0.94 15.31 2.32 2.77 0.70 1.53 0.13 1.64 9.18 21.86 0.57 0.34 3.83 1.77 8.44 2.87 0.06 13.04 1.84 1.57 0.94 10.80 2.42 3.66 2.85 2.47 2.40 2.88 1.89 0.13 1.85 2.33 6.03 17.08 0.46 0.83 0.43 0.16 1.64 1.64 1. IN = Inward load capacity.22 7.55 7.18 21.12 13.61 20.57 1.42 8.91 3.83 2.36 6.08 7.46 1.78 0.35 1.34 3.2 35 .79 0.01 1.34 3.03 1.93 2.42 0.59 0.34 2.39 21.03 16.18 15.56 1.67 1.66 10.08 4.17 4.68 1.70 1.42 0.26 6.67 8.48 1.46 6.05 4.61 2.88 0.70 4.98 2.71 4.55 0.93 2.92 1.08 1.49 1.05 1.54 1.04 Bold capacities require grade 8.38 1.31 1.57 3.23 1.93 6.36 7.92 15.61 0.64 10.83 3.01 2.13 2.92 1.05 1.06 20.27 9.31 27.60 1.37 2.16 2.30 5.53 0.22 5.77 8.88 18.27 9.81 2.92 1.06 1.97 1.58 2.88 12.91 1.78 1.14 1.82 1.57 1.21 2.03 17.06 20. 3 0 1 2 3 20.00 1.00 0.60 DL150.03 10.77 8.42 1.35 0.98 0.72 11.04 0.25 4.88 18.13 0. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.77 1.65 0.45 0.42 15.06 41.38 13.03 16.36 7.40 2.29 1.04 2.84 0.88 18.Limit state capacity tables Double lapped spans Double lapped spans Lap Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Double lapped span: Z15019 (kN/m) IN Bridging > Span 2400 (mm) 2700 3000 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 0 1 Double lapped span: Z15024 (kN/m) OUT 2.80 4.43 1.49 3.26 2.43 0.66 3.23 0.95 1.64 12.94 10.11 2.31 10.79 6.44 4.62 1.44 4.03 1.22 4.18 21.85 1.40 5.00 0.69 4.27 4.40 1.11 0.49 13.28 2.02 0.06 2.92 7.66 1.73 1.37 5.54 0.42 5.32 3.32 1.55 6.36 2.44 4.80 0.48 10.91 1.84 3.80 0.41 1.51 0.69 2.61 1.27 9.65 1.24 1.26 6.72 0.06 20.44 3.99 5.15 1.70 3.14 1.04 2.79 1.03 0.22 6.13 5.26 4.27 9.23 2.08 2.26 1.83 3.09 1.29 2.55 9.42 15.60 0.8 bolt.82 1.93 2.27 11. OUT = Outward load capacity.16 3.06 20.11 0.51 0.63 2.70 4.22 6.40 0.61 1.81 1.18 2.49 0.64 1.03 16.26 1.06 4.20 0.83 3.44 1.12 13.91 1.85 0.70 1. Load for deflect'n span/150 55.09 3.26 2.73 18.67 0.18 9.93 2.88 18.12 13.70 1.94 0.22 5.73 0.43 2.33 2.03 16.19 0.70 3.73 3.94 10.03 0.23 1.03 17.67 0.80 16.72 0.45 0.59 4.

71 6.86 7. 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflection span/150 Span 3000 (mm) 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10800 11100 11400 9.23 2.00 5.63 5.63 0.31 1.60 0.07 7.75 5.64 0.26 1.92 3.50 2.49 1.59 0. OUT = Outward load capacity.00 1.02 4.Limit state capacity tables Double lapped spans Double lapped spans Lap Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Double lapped span: Z20015 (kN/m) Bridging > 0 1.06 1.49 1.64 1.86 1.16 1. IN = Inward load capacity.63 0.62 2.37 1.81 1.02 4.75 5.61 9.92 3.59 0.92 3.1 36 .66 0.10 2.52 0.81 3.86 0.85 1.18 1.00 1.86 0.64 1.99 0.81 0.64 1.43 1.56 0.13 2.02 4.00 1.43 9.80 0.57 0.07 0.99 0.99 0.43 9.30 17.87 0.63 5.66 0.03 0.75 5.78 0.81 1.87 0.82 2.50 2.07 7.50 0.66 0.11 2.82 2.61 1.82 2.26 1.96 0.37 1.35 2.47 Bold capacities require grade 8.71 6. DL200.41 2.54 4.49 3.42 3.07 0.07 0.71 0.86 0.49 1.45 0.75 0.02 4.49 1.16 1.42 3.42 3.13 2.23 2.67 0.00 1.75 0.71 6.69 2.79 0.07 7.80 0.92 3.52 0.50 2.03 0.62 3.37 23. 2.70 0.15 1.71 6.92 3.24 6.42 3.54 IN OUT SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 11700 0.49 3.63 31.02 4. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.99 0.81 1.13 2.26 1.54 0.94 0.71 6.63 9.37 1.41 9.56 3.50 2.16 1.84 10.07 7.63 5.97 0.56 0.42 3.64 1.81 1.71 0.80 0.37 1.90 0.75 5.81 1.74 0.20 1.82 2.68 0.64 1.78 2.71 6.92 0.50 12000 0.59 1.49 3.59 0.23 2.18 1.88 0.07 7.23 2.76 13.28 1.80 0.71 0. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.04 0.23 2.75 0.68 0.47 0.58 0.02 4.99 0.26 1.47 0.75 5.8 purlin bolts.73 0.54 0.8 bolt.15 1.92 0.24 3.98 8.13 2.10 1.56 0.49 3.92 0.07 0.37 1.63 5.07 7.63 5.49 3.63 5.46 1.50 0.99 0.

91 1.31 0.50 2.35 1.40 2.88 4.96 0.69 2.62 10.37 1.51 5.63 3.01 0.44 1.94 10.76 1.87 9300 0.16 11.00 14.01 0.01 0.15 7.39 3.18 8.18 12.03 15.53 4.88 IN Load for deflect'n span/150 Span 3000 17.00 3.31 1.28 9.37 2.18 1.39 3. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.91 1.35 1.36 6300 2.51 7500 1.94 10.53 5400 3.61 4.31 3.03 15.15 7.24 5.90 4.28 2.28 2.36 3.16 4.31 2.59 0.49 0.77 7.00 14.52 2.56 1.06 5700 2.24 8100 1.05 0.80 3.50 2.75 2.3 0 1 2 3 17.51 5.37 2.10 6.63 0.70 7.43 3.28 2.24 5.82 1.82 1.80 3.25 11.35 1.89 17.40 2.99 0.61 4.39 3.51 14.60 0.61 6.19 2.19 4.15 6.22 1.01 5.29 3.46 8.98 6.05 2.80 3.09 0.09 1.00 14.83 0.25 13.24 5.02 43.98 0.13 1.18 12.04 20.56 1.75 1.75 2.20 2.61 4.86 4800 4.37 1.51 1.90 1.15 1.15 1.54 7.51 1.3 0 1 2 3 17.18 12.25 13.05 2.85 33.39 17.09 6600 1.05 5.43 3.64 0.77 7.91 1.18 12.78 1.32 8.77 7.82 9600 0.65 12.28 2.66 16.30 1.39 1.17 2.08 1.61 4.17 1.57 1.94 10.67 1.10 6.81 0.80 3.73 2.95 44.07 1.67 0.46 8.12 5100 3.71 3.41 3.90 0.72 0.03 15.54 0.73 3.22 1.00 14.12 9.14 1.87 6900 1.61 6.12 9.52 1.39 1.82 0.89 0.03 2.18 8.93 4.93 4.51 1.45 1.78 2.24 6.49 Load for deflect'n span/150 SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 11700 12000 DL200.53 4.82 4500 4.67 7200 1.78 2.05 2.79 1.25 11.93 4.28 2.94 10.63 2.51 1.51 1.61 6.45 0.08 1.02 2.56 11100 0.51 5.72 0.90 3.70 10200 0.18 8.00 0.01 0.97 0.12 9.04 8700 0.48 1.25 13.61 6. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.49 17.85 0.16 11.70 3.94 0.33 1.47 1.39 59.99 1.57 1.26 1.04 0.16 1.20 2.47 1. OUT = Outward load capacity.69 0.08 1.24 5.67 6000 2.51 14.21 2.08 1.75 2.20 2.67 1.16 11.06 4.48 1.53 0.82 0.63 1.80 3.07 1.06 4.25 13.59 17.88 4.24 5.63 17.32 3.67 0.78 1.63 11.25 1.25 13.94 10.51 14.52 1.41 0.61 6.17 17.88 4.04 1. 0.42 26.31 1.51 1.29 3.40 17.66 13.50 1.02 0.31 1.00 14.00 3.65 0.81 5.96 1.63 1.19 2.80 1.38 3.09 1.58 2.50 2.43 4.44 7.16 11.72 15.16 3600 11.96 3.29 2.60 10800 0.25 10.10 6.03 15.31 19.49 1.25 8.51 14.16 5.80 0.25 2.31 3.68 1.88 0.76 1.01 1.18 8.18 8.86 1.85 5.03 15.68 1.2 37 .8 bolt.17 1.07 0.90 0.76 1.41 3.57 2.24 1.39 3.13 8400 1.63 1.63 3.37 2.50 2.83 2.21 25.03 2.04 0.21 1.09 1.8 purlin bolts.91 1.28 1.55 2.05 2.02 1.57 2.66 1.18 12.74 0.87 0 17.10 6.64 1.78 2.18 12.75 0.08 1.46 8.61 6.77 7.43 4.75 2.08 1.00 3.75 OUT 0 1 2.51 5.51 3.09 1.53 4.95 17.15 7.12 9.75 2.23 0.24 17.90 1.51 14.90 1.57 1.51 14.03 15.15 2.93 2.51 5.30 1.93 1.60 1.04 1.25 11.17 2.22 1.63 3.90 0.82 1.90 0.90 0.15 7.88 4.39 5.28 6.40 1.88 4.46 8.77 7.22 1.25 11.54 0.85 0.93 4.53 4.14 1.10 6.51 14.61 4.77 7.03 15.55 1.16 11.31 4.87 3.46 0.37 7800 1.57 2.88 7.43 4.40 1.75 0.00 (mm) 3300 14.12 9.26 1.96 0.94 0.37 2.94 10.16 11.94 3900 7.95 9000 0.40 1.63 1.68 1.03 1.82 0.22 1.45 3.89 17.75 9900 0.67 1.77 0.34 2.07 1.09 1.83 1.44 1.68 0.39 3.53 4.09 4200 5.48 1.51 8.15 7.25 11.29 3.85 2.29 3.51 1.80 0.65 10500 0. IN = Inward load capacity.04 1.21 Bold capacities require grade 8.29 3.81 1.78 0.58 2.63 1.03 2.50 2.52 11400 0.Limit state capacity tables Double lapped spans Double lapped spans Lap Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Double lapped span: Z20019 (kN/m) IN Bridging > Double lapped span: Z20024 (kN/m) OUT 1 2.25 13.96 1.58 0.00 14.44 0.25 2.43 0.18 8.05 2.88 2.31 3.46 8.53 3.84 3.76 1.30 0.15 1.18 1.16 1.02 2.69 33.81 1.

59 4.02 9600 0.71 4.92 1.04 2.13 13. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.62 2.51 17.70 8.25 2.76 0.17 2.85 3.72 17.38 1.28 3900 9.51 5400 3.85 0.25 11.92 1.89 2.20 3.08 1.13 9.64 2.00 11.17 2.75 10.24 2.00 3600 11.82 8.57 3.28 9.09 6.20 3.77 1.74 6.37 1.13 13.72 7800 1.25 11.61 4.88 8.75 9.92 1.32 5.31 1.00 7.66 1.52 1.13 13.46 1.77 2.66 1.14 0.70 11100 0.00 3.08 1.24 3.07 4.88 1.93 1.43 2.25 11.68 0.20 3.74 6.96 2.12 7200 1.09 6.13 9.24 2.49 3.8 purlin bolts.32 5.09 6. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.53 3.51 14.15 15.11 1.93 8.25 11.78 1.07 1.09 6.54 1.01 1.92 1.05 28.59 5.28 9.67 1.74 1.24 3.61 Double lapped span: Z25024 (kN/m) 1 2.03 15.72 7.25 13.09 1.53 2.77 2.56 4.53 1.89 2.57 1.30 5.23 2.20 5.62 2.92 1.49 3.13 4.05 2.13 (mm) 3300 13.29 1.30 3.93 2.45 10.68 1.41 0.63 1. 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 17.81 2.61 17.58 2.66 1. 1.55 9.18 12.06 8.07 1.24 3.10 0.91 6.89 0.44 2.72 7.74 0.00 7.13 9.59 5.19 15.14 1.74 6.38 2.11 4200 7.95 0.28 9.07 4.88 10200 0.28 1.78 1.72 7.02 0.95 0.28 2.78 5.85 3.41 6000 3.13 9.13 13.10 9300 1.91 6.72 7.85 3.69 1.78 1.20 6.32 5.91 6.78 100.95 9900 0.03 15.12 1.47 4500 6.74 6.38 56.55 1.23 5.07 2.81 2.66 1.04 7.51 0.51 14.40 1.16 1.18 2.18 12.00 7.59 5.25 13.75 10.02 13.69 0.18 12.14 2.37 1.22 2.82 5.03 0.52 2.02 1.21 15.19 9000 1.10 1.53 3.20 5.20 3.65 4.49 6.55 1.25 11.56 1.91 6.18 12.68 5.25 11.46 15.76 4.18 1.13 4.59 5.17 35.45 10.62 0.20 5.82 2.48 3.41 1.28 9.81 0.59 53.81 10500 0.64 2.14 2.51 14.64 2.46 1.01 1.72 7.82 3.61 4.82 0.92 1.29 3.89 2.08 1.30 2.68 0.17 2.43 2.11 32.66 3.25 13.91 5700 3. OUT = Outward load capacity. IN = Inward load capacity.13 4.67 1.76 13.19 2.66 1.04 2.49 3.00 6300 2.60 1.68 5.07 4.62 1.25 13.03 0.88 8.43 4.50 1.06 8.75 10.20 5.30 8700 1.45 10.44 1.19 3.41 20.78 1.93 41.21 72.20 1.06 8.07 1.82 2.72 7.28 9.59 0.37 6900 2.59 5.50 0.07 0.44 2.90 0.07 1.18 12.44 1.04 2.70 44.75 1.66 11400 0.92 1.82 2.78 17.24 1.51 14.56 8100 1.95 1.49 3.11 19.20 3.03 15.42 . 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 15.59 Bold capacities require grade 8.27 5100 4.37 4.75 10.43 2.11 3.37 7.30 2.08 0.25 13.45 10.44 2.29 3.03 3.65 2.43 2.88 3.45 10.13 13.33 2.40 1.77 0.17 2.32 5.31 1.46 1.01 1.12 2.25 13.78 3.20 1.29 3.40 3.62 2.89 1.15 17.66 6600 2.81 2.00 11.65 4.75 10.00 7.43 2.89 1.18 12.91 6.76 10800 0.34 1.87 1.88 3.07 4.88 11.92 2.03 15.24 2.64 2.06 8.68 2.26 23.03 15.03 15.8 bolt.00 11.65 2.40 1.30 1.59 7.00 11.61 4.18 IN OUT 0 1 2.39 2.23 4800 5.49 3.14 16.85 3.65 4.45 10.90 4.72 3.49 2.29 1.89 2.55 1.06 2.51 14.65 4.92 1.20 5.28 2.51 14.13 4.02 25.00 7.20 74.22 3.83 1.52 1.22 3.89 2.29 1.83 1.92 1.63 4.12 6.68 5.65 4.10 9.82 15.49 16.57 3.26 1.56 0.08 3.13 4.76 1.91 7500 1.05 1.41 2.32 5.51 14.78 1.88 8.61 4.00 11.88 8.13 9.24 2.29 1.07 1.74 6.26 1.24 2.55 1.88 0.92 1.00 11.88 8.85 3.70 1.55 1.64 2.56 5.68 5.01 1.52 1.38 1.25 11.67 0.03 1.88 8.49 6.28 9.52 1.00 1.64 IN OUT SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 11700 12000 DL250 38 0.49 2.20 5.07 4.68 5.13 13.78 1.54 11.74 6.61 4.82 4.00 1.12 4.57 3.64 17.Limit state capacity tables Double lapped spans Lap Double lapped spans Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Double lapped span: Z25019 (kN/m) Bridging > 0 Span 3000 15.06 8.78 2.09 6.17 2.98 0.37 1.91 6.61 9.42 8400 1.03 15.31 2.88 3.00 1.01 0.

60 0.90 4.85 2.51 IN OUT 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 6.56 1.74 0.95 5.12 4.55 1.94 0.18 1.69 3.85 1.31 2.77 6.44 19.75 1.93 0.09 1.30 6.06 1.03 2.13 2.62 2.47 4.95 1.86 3.52 1.85 0.20 8.77 0.51 2.10 9.09 1.99 1.75 2.51 5.53 1.08 4.36 2.04 9.98 6.93 0.52 1.30 2.76 1.10 4.44 5.86 3.98 10.75 2.47 1.30 2.21 3.17 1.95 0.61 6.16 1.05 1.47 5.22 2.42 0.08 1.81 0.98 10.28 2.49 1.81 0.25 1.59 3.75 2.58 2.80 0.11 8.08 1.93 3.57 1.91 1.41 1.57 0.20 1.98 6.25 3.93 2.28 11.11 3.45 0.52 0.87 0.48 25.82 1.60 6.13 1.60 1.47 1.93 3.79 1.38 2.52 5.85 1.30 7.43 1.37 1.98 1.57 1.10 1.61 1.51 5.48 3.90 4.68 1.01 8.22 2.98 1.35 3.74 0.51 7.90 4.09 1.51 4.46 1.23 2.54 1.95 5.63 0.69 1.80 7.55 3.74 3.59 2.59 3.26 3.84 1.51 7.75 2.05 1.30 7.51 7.98 10.89 0.60 0.16 1.88 1.35 3.51 5.30 2.27 4.69 3.60 6.78 4.75 3.28 1.76 0.17 6.97 1.64 2.90 4.06 1.60 1.07 1.08 1.29 9.68 1.12 5.60 8.27 3.12 4.75 4.44 1.67 5.59 2.17 1.46 1.62 1.08 1.42 2.28 1.85 1.51 4.40 1.39 1.28 12.80 1.57 6.34 3.72 0.58 0.12 5.34 1.99 0.86 3.45 1.05 10.78 1.67 2.92 0.68 3.52 0.34 Bold capacities require grade 8.74 5.10 1.39 2.00 1.45 1.04 2.43 1.93 3.28 12.17 2.73 2.13 2.52 5.22 1.96 2.71 0.33 1.98 6.50 2.93 2.16 1.8 purlin bolts.48 13.40 2.44 5.84 0.27 4.41 2.18 3.69 1.06 3.61 1.44 0.49 0.30 2.71 1.18 3.28 12.22 1.62 0.75 1.Limit state capacity tables Double lapped spans Lap Double lapped spans Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Double lapped span: Z30024 (kN/m) Double lapped span: Z30030 (kN/m) Bridging > 0 1 2.17 6.30 7.04 9.61 3.52 0.78 2.29 3.61 6.25 1.21 1.18 3.01 0.37 1.53 12.97 19.04 9.29 3.95 1.05 1.22 1.48 0.18 3.79 1.78 2.24 1.17 2.65 1.87 3.56 1.00 0.68 1.17 6.08 2.95 0.82 0.16 16.91 0.57 5.06 1.41 1.45 1.78 4.12 4.67 5.13 1.61 6.51 2.23 2.80 7.67 5.60 1.70 0.40 1.73 10.47 0.61 3.51 2.60 6.18 3.76 1.73 2.53 1.51 1.49 2.91 3.06 2.90 2.17 2.42 10.44 8.29 1.10 7.67 5.18 2.78 2.31 2.75 2.04 1.10 1.02 16.60 0.93 2.58 14.18 2.13 2.41 2.02 0.64 0.81 1.56 0.76 1.27 2.05 10.60 6.86 3.18 3.43 0.16 1.47 4.72 1.59 4.05 10.29 1.27 3.18 1.36 2.48 0.57 0.89 9.33 1.97 2.98 1.52 5.55 2.57 2.07 3.65 4.85 0.93 2.47 14.95 1.63 2.29 3.51 7.78 1.78 0.80 7.31 1.20 1.01 13.30 7.12 4.39 1.35 10.28 12.39 1.35 4.11 8.18 1.44 2.22 3.91 3.83 0.50 0.52 0.00 1.11 3.98 10.12 1.59 4.66 0.51 4.93 2.08 1.03 IN OUT SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 2.14 1.39 3.54 0.00 0.87 3.61 6.19 2.88 0.37 1.76 6.48 13.17 6.02 0.26 4.49 0.71 2.98 10.45 5.25 1.46 1.44 5.22 1. OUT = Outward load capacity.78 4.51 4.88 0.75 0.43 3.95 1.37 3.81 0.77 1.13 5.95 5.93 3.80 0.87 3.48 3.12 1.08 1.78 4.64 13.62 2.93 2.05 1.18 3.48 13.10 1.18 3.86 0.43 0.09 1.27 3.28 12.32 1.61 3.78 4.45 0.23 1.26 12.21 2.37 1.90 0.80 2.51 7.23 1.95 5.91 3.75 1.00 4.07 4.51 2.78 0.00 0.30 2.97 1.15 1.01 0.90 1.05 10.80 7.14 1.28 3.06 1.82 1.05 10.80 3.18 3.05 10.98 10.18 2.55 0.03 0.33 1.29 2.52 5.52 5.04 9.01 6.03 2.71 0.45 1.69 3.79 0.90 0.62 1.83 1.80 7.74 0.77 0.29 3.99 4.64 2.03 8.46 0. IN = Inward load capacity.62 2.27 4.55 1.11 8.31 1.95 1.08 8.85 1.50 7.10 2.61 6.10 2.02 1.11 8.34 1.98 0.65 0.38 2.23 3.56 0.54 6.39 2.87 0.95 5.64 1.40 1.26 5.52 1.10 13.10 2.61 4.28 2.55 2.59 3.35 3.71 4.59 5.45 2.72 1.03 3.66 1.27 4.86 1.00 0.27 4.41 2.08 1. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.23 3.30 2.17 13.27 8.69 0.18 5.18 3.32 1.85 0.51 7.44 8.64 2.07 5.35 3.70 11700 12000 12300 12600 12900 13200 13500 13800 14100 14400 14700 15000 15300 15600 15900 16200 16500 16800 17100 17400 17700 0.56 1.44 4.86 6.86 3.93 2.00 7.53 1.30 7. DL300 39 .85 2.30 7.67 0.66 0.44 5.94 1.94 0.81 2.15 2.51 5.39 1.98 6.47 4.83 1.33 1.87 3.11 3.17 2.04 9.62 2.64 0.16 1.98 1.65 1.17 6.8 bolt.75 3.15 5.28 12.51 4.46 0.81 11.44 5.68 1.12 5.12 5.14 1.69 3.89 1. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.22 2.26 1.33 3.60 6.80 7.81 3.17 2.27 5.11 8.47 4.66 1.67 5.59 2.35 3.94 0.04 0.40 4.54 0.91 1.30 1.50 1.11 3.04 2. 3 0-0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 Span 6000 (mm) 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10800 11100 11400 5.72 4.75 2.70 1.38 2.59 3.55 1.98 6.37 3.10 2.08 1.57 21.17 6.95 0.08 1.85 1.39 2.60 0.71 0.04 9.68 1.86 2.87 3.90 4.11 8.48 1.82 0.12 5.26 8.

74 6.88 17.11 8.80 9.02 4.23 2.29 6.54 1.81 4.56 9.69 1.07 3.33 8.55 1.58 4.29 6.88 7.92 2.88 7.74 6.82 0.76 6.74 4.11 29.52 4.27 5.85 3.43 4. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.38 1.05 1.79 2.33 1.80 9.64 6.80 9.78 2.96 13200 1.66 2.04 3.23 0.40 4.19 5.43 2.28 1.80 9.92 1.61 13.74 3.33 1.23 3.40 10.97 1.55 Bold capacities require grade 8. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.Limit state capacity tables Double lapped spans Lap Double lapped spans Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Double lapped span: Z35030 (kN/m) IN OUT Bridging > 0 1 2.66 1.85 5.05 2.41 12.8 purlin bolts.74 6. OUT = Outward load capacity.05 6.40 10.26 12900 1.97 2.8 bolt.22 14100 0.75 2.35 11.26 14.06 3.56 9.61 13.99 2.11 8.40 10.81 1.29 6.88 7.81 4.43 1.64 2.27 5.60 SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 11700 1.80 9.78 12300 1.76 6.33 2.30 2. DL350 40 .92 3.82 1.49 3.47 5.79 2.65 7.93 2.50 4.51 4.92 4.14 2.26 Load for deflection span/150 39.61 13.81 4.49 7.76 1.73 1.61 6.52 4.49 7.33 2.69 34.10 2.17 3.02 5.54 2.36 2.75 1.76 6.44 1.52 4.51 2.11 8.65 2.52 4. IN = Inward load capacity.71 1.89 1.23 1.75 3.35 11.85 5.40 10.27 5.23 3.50 9.55 2.29 6.08 5.74 6.41 12.45 1.41 3.98 2.23 2.83 3.76 6.54 2.87 2.85 5.21 6.76 6.67 1.75 0.01 4.86 1.09 16200 0.49 15300 0.26 2.63 17700 0.89 2.01 2.01 12.84 3.40 3.40 10.01 4.26 14.97 1.23 3.52 2.89 1.61 13.85 5.83 1.74 6.82 14700 0.41 12.88 2.81 1.01 4.47 5.63 1.07 3.66 2.19 4.59 14.86 14.56 19.24 3.26 3.27 5.01 4.10 4.56 9.32 3.40 1.19 1.80 9.71 17400 0.89 7.22 2.01 4.12 4.40 4.14 1.59 3.61 13.17 12000 1.49 7.31 2.05 3.11 2.22 1.73 22.40 2.49 3.51 3.41 12.73 2.56 9.11 8.29 2.65 15000 0.44 13800 0.85 5.3 0 1 2 3 Span 6000 (mm) 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10800 11100 11400 9.01 14400 0.06 1.51 2.63 4.80 1.35 11.08 7.72 1.53 25.67 3.99 16500 0.41 12.62 2.83 4.22 2.79 2.23 3.88 7.11 8.35 11.05 0.78 5.01 2.97 0.74 3.52 8.12 4.01 4.88 7.89 0.61 13.58 1.26 3.34 15600 0.49 7.68 4.53 1.47 5.76 1.49 3.26 14.40 10.84 2.81 4.13 1.71 1.04 2.02 2.69 13500 1.26 1.79 1.10 2.59 2.47 5.60 2.12 4.39 3.07 1.56 9.35 11.61 15.56 9.12 4.90 3.49 7.02 4.14 0.14 2.60 1.35 11.80 17100 0.47 5.21 5.46 2.66 1.97 3.92 1.20 15900 0.40 3.49 7.89 6.67 14.59 3.97 1.57 11.59 3.68 2.99 1.41 12.29 6.60 12600 1.74 4.14 2.27 5.33 10.11 8.89 16800 0.43 2.00 2.10 14.

10 2.32 1.88 6.38 IN OUT SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 1.55 3.74 1.41 6.36 1.80 3.13 1.78 1.58 0.11 1.99 8.00 2.75 0.42 0.80 3.01 1.51 1.91 4.48 0.44 1.06 1.83 2.29 1.77 3.32 3.44 2.97 0.90 3.19 10.56 1.43 1.50 5.41 1.18 6.51 1.86 1.76 1.05 4.16 1.98 0.77 3.03 4.07 0.39 1.67 0.78 2.51 1.62 0.28 Load for deflection span/150 10.72 1.05 4.79 2.43 2.69 1.56 1. 2.66 2.14 7.65 5.44 1.30 10.10 1.51 1.99 8.74 1.01 1.39 1.82 0.91 0.8 bolt.92 1.95 0.43 2.80 2.76 1.68 2.66 2.97 1.50 2.09 2.00 2.41 6.08 0 1.38 4.69 1.72 1.43 2.26 6.58 0.73 0.74 3.01 2.49 0.17 10.87 0.34 0.64 0.63 3.07 0.02 1.46 2.90 3.87 1.53 0.19 2.01 1.45 2.20 2.48 0.75 2.01 1.71 1.61 0.68 2. 3 0 1 2 3 10.90 3.72 1.80 2.41 6.38 2.77 3.91 0.63 3.06 1.59 0.64 1.61 1.32 1.50 0.45 4.90 1.65 5.19 2.96 2.75 6.05 4.86 0.00 2.66 2.49 0.44 4.44 4.59 2.32 1.00 2.84 0.67 0.80 1. See also: Design notes for capacity tables. 2.79 2.95 0.00 2.03 4.90 2.85 2.66 1.95 1.63 3.54 3. 1.40 4.84 5.66 2.19 1.44 0.96 2.47 4.60 0.05 4.15 1.68 0.81 0.49 0.83 0.40 4.78 0. IN = Inward load capacity.60 4.72 IN OUT 0 1.41 Three span: Z/C10012 (kN/m) Load for deflection span/150 6.80 2.45 3.74 3.25 1.82 0.86 0.17 0.8 purlin bolts.49 1.39 2.86 3.97 0.32 0.08 0.15 1.41 0.32 1.67 1.96 1.75 4.66 1.97 1.03 4.86 3.06 1.74 3.65 2.78 2.50 1.56 1.88 6.84 0.34 1.27 1. 2.66 2.45 3.80 3.33 3.75 1.48 5.51 0.75 Load for deflection span/150 7.19 2.60 T100 41 .96 0.99 8.28 7.86 0.31 1.51 0.24 1.28 7.65 5.05 4.93 1.07 0.21 6.16 1.99 8.37 1.88 0.58 0.18 1.97 0.13 1.44 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 1.61 0.75 3.68 1.34 1.19 0.03 0.71 0.51 0.20 SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 1.66 1.Limit state capacity tables Three continuous spans Three spans Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = 3 x span + 70 mm Three span: Z/C10010 (kN/m) IN OUT Bridging > 0 1.96 2.52 0.70 7.05 0.13 0.69 1.50 10.38 4.66 3.03 4.03 0.19 Load for deflection span/150 13.86 1.24 1.63 3.90 3.38 4.64 0.45 2.32 1.39 1.04 0.35 Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.67 2.88 6.82 0.17 1.69 0.86 3.99 8.90 0. 1.96 2.51 1.34 0.03 1.96 0.74 3.93 7.80 3.66 2.24 1.45 1.65 5.97 1.19 2.74 Three span: Z/C10015 (kN/m) IN Three span: Z/C10019 (kN/m) OUT Bridging > 0 1.45 2.88 1.52 2.74 2.96 2.19 10.82 0.35 0.01 1.68 2.36 0.80 3.78 1.70 0.94 3.45 3.05 4.41 6.75 6.88 6.75 6.80 0.03 4.36 3.59 0.45 3.24 7.33 1.13 0.63 3.77 3.03 0.75 0.72 1.16 1.67 0. 3 Span 2100 (mm) 2400 2700 3000 3300 3600 3900 4.34 1.86 3. 2.07 1.91 0.68 2. OUT = Outward load capacity.63 3.31 1.57 0.10 1.50 0.19 0.18 1.75 1.66 0.41 6.60 6. 3 0 1 2 3 Span 2100 (mm) 2400 2700 3000 3300 3600 3900 7.61 9.38 4.12 1.02 4.69 Bold capacities require grade 8. 3 0 1 2 3 6.08 0.70 0.80 2.82 0.86 1.66 1.88 6.18 0.10 2.96 0.43 2.06 1.70 0.90 3.90 3.45 2.34 1.32 1. 3 0 1 2.

01 4.90 4.99 1.90 4.90 5.90 4.54 5.42 2.68 1.93 6.55 19.44 19.83 1.00 22.54 1.54 Three span: Z/C15019 (kN/m) IN Three span: Z/C15024 (kN/m) OUT Bridging > 0 1.93 6.08 2.73 4.09 1.06 4. 3 0 1 2.65 7.38 1.56 1.06 4.44 3.74 4.50 5.45 11.25 8.44 1.06 4.91 7.42 1.99 6.91 7.58 2.44 1.44 19.57 10.38 8. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.75 14.63 4.22 5.99 6.51 3. 6.75 5.18 5. IN = Inward load capacity.32 2.97 5.27 4.70 3.50 10.13 4.60 7.42 6.77 14.35 3.18 1.18 2.45 24.79 1.03 2.06 4.93 6.30 1.53 11.67 5.96 1.08 4.39 4.77 3.90 2.14 13.70 13.44 19.33 1.54 1.90 10.05 1.99 2.35 3.23 7.46 2.98 4.44 19.18 9.77 3.30 2.77 13.12 2.75 6.90 2.65 7.75 1.64 3.07 2.61 2.60 3.46 2.39 4.65 2.60 1.83 1.03 2.05 0.78 1.00 Load for deflection span/150 51.60 7.47 3.80 11.09 6.13 5.18 9.44 18.03 2. OUT = Outward load capacity.74 2. 3 22.67 3.38 1.58 4.67 5.10 1.78 1.72 5.97 3.54 2.46 5.18 2.61 4.37 1.23 9.54 1.78 1.77 14.56 25.37 1.57 2.79 1.14 IN OUT 0 1.18 IN OUT SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 2.18 9.77 14. 3 Span 2100 (mm) 2400 2700 3000 3300 3600 3900 17.35 3.70 9.64 16.27 4.66 2.03 11.99 6.66 2.25 10.90 3.38 1.Limit state capacity tables Three continuous spans Three spans Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = 3 x span + 70 mm Three span: Z/C15012 (kN/m) IN Three span: Z/C15015 (kN/m) OUT Bridging > 0 1.18 1.63 1.68 17.68 17.47 3.58 2.54 3.67 1.68 Load for deflection span/150 38.02 0.94 8.09 3.30 2.27 1.46 5.91 7.43 1.35 3.89 1.26 4.55 0 1.57 1.77 3.37 2.64 3.30 2.41 3.24 1.84 9.01 2.70 9. 3 0 1 2.03 Load for deflection span/150 29.03 11.49 2.87 0.53 11.76 3.06 4.70 13.32 2.58 1.90 2.35 3.03 1.74 6.11 SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 T150 42 3.68 3.70 9.00 22.65 7. 3 0 1 2.41 3.84 3.36 4.30 2.60 7. 3 Span 2100 (mm) 2400 2700 3000 3300 3600 3900 7.71 7.77 3.43 2.94 4.14 7.39 8.27 3.72 6.13 2.64 16.85 3.30 2.70 1.45 11.70 13. 2.21 1.77 14.05 4.32 2.91 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 2.42 3.99 0.90 6.73 0.91 7.18 1.38 3.19 17.03 13.53 11.16 4.88 4. 2.47 1.64 13.10 3.64 16.13 5.73 4.08 3.16 0.79 2.58 10.66 1.83 18.01 6.64 4.75 2.09 2.21 1.36 1.36 2.60 1.07 Bold capacities require grade 8.42 34.65 7.84 9. 3 11.39 8. 2.8 bolt.97 5.36 2.30 1.53 10.06 17.13 5.23 3.87 2.32 8.09 3.28 2.36 17.72 5.60 1.97 5.70 9.96 2. 2.90 1.8 purlin bolts.40 1. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.89 1.28 3.26 1. 3 0 1 2.77 3.84 9.91 2.87 2.75 2.62 5.15 1.07 1.63 4.17 1.99 6.40 1.03 1.20 3.72 5.13 5.67 6.75 3.70 1.70 13.67 5.45 11.58 2.79 1.30 2.30 2.64 16.18 2.87 2.77 3.11 6.99 6.94 7.11 1.84 9.75 3.39 8.84 9.36 2.26 3.97 5.47 3.70 6.60 7.66 2.10 1.76 2.40 1.13 5.73 4.05 Load for deflection span/150 21.45 11.65 7.63 4.72 5.47 11.31 22.10 1.72 3.03 22.66 2.96 1.38 5.30 2.58 2.28 5.97 5.96 .80 13.04 0.63 4.03 1.28 3.

3 0 Span 2100 (mm) 2400 2700 3000 3300 3600 3900 10.94 4. 3 0 1 2.16 5.83 9.56 3.15 83.70 28.11 5.55 13.19 2.25 6.29 4. 2.13 3.32 2.64 51.93 73.28 13.64 17.82 2.19 3.99 7.11 3.18 7.28 13.46 5.00 5.46 4. 2.71 10.84 6.89 7.98 22.62 6. 3 span/150 OUT Bridging > 0 1.64 3.96 10.16 4. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.66 1.49 4.18 7.71 12.46 15.64 17.15 17.30 IN Load for deflect'n 1.44 19.43 9.74 2.77 39.31 6.27 7.83 9.17 7.81 10.09 2.07 109. 2.25 55.02 2. 3 span/150 OUT 0 1.00 IN OUT SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 T200 43 .84 6. IN = Inward load capacity.30 5.00 5.15 17.44 19.00 4.97 3.82 3.78 5.88 6. 13.65 2.10 3.67 2. OUT = Outward load capacity.44 19.21 4.56 2.71 58.00 5.07 5.82 17.26 3.17 7.17 10.31 2.64 9. 2.21 4.72 37.49 6.06 11.97 6.17 28.29 4.Limit state capacity tables Three continuous spans Three spans Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = 3 x span + 70 mm Three span: Z/C20015 (kN/m) Three span: Z/C20019 (kN/m) Three span: Z/C20024 (kN/m) 0 1.31 2.55 13.09 1.55 21.01 3.10 2.35 9.31 1.64 9.09 11.82 12.10 4.60 9.07 7.99 2.52 2.43 3.27 17.51 2.52 3.78 2.17 9.29 4.98 3.31 9.62 6.07 2.89 4.74 11.25 8.88 6.14 27.90 2.18 7.71 14.21 4.49 20.28 8.28 13.52 13.41 4.88 6.09 3.95 7.41 4.44 19.44 19.81 5.18 7.47 2.26 3.8 bolt.09 12.77 15.00 5.41 3.28 8.71 14.66 5.78 3.64 17.88 6.89 3.11 6.46 15. 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 22.31 4.43 10.29 4.95 4.41 6.78 5.19 2.31 10.07 5. 2.87 4.56 3.12 IN Load for deflect'n 1.64 17.23 4.17 8.52 5.82 12.07 22.49 5.77 15.45 6.09 12.46 15.42 39.65 5.41 3.28 8.46 15.64 3.48 2.71 10.84 6.09 9.31 10.90 4.31 4.55 13.77 9.71 4.18 7.64 17. 3 0 17.04 2.84 6.78 3.77 15.85 10.33 21.71 14.77 15.8 pur lin bolts.45 16.81 6.99 4.24 7.64 Bold capacities require grade 8.21 7.71 14.31 10.55 13.64 9.09 8.16 5.07 22.47 3.04 15.11 1.82 12.55 3.83 9.05 7.34 4.71 10.80 7.58 2.05 3.27 22. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.89 3.87 4.46 15.82 12.83 9.28 13.09 12.87 5.06 2.99 7.66 4.30 2.34 3.

69 8.17 0.97 0.79 1.65 3.90 0.56 2.65 0.20 2.32 0.82 1.83 1.37 1.99 5.28 6.48 0.14 4.51 2.83 5.07 7.24 4.82 8.46 1.90 0.97 1.20 1.61 1.15 2.78 0.88 1.66 0.14 4.3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 Span 2100 (mm) 2400 2700 3000 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 6.00 3.48 0.02 0.87 0.61 2.06 6.32 7.32 0.47 1.08 0.77 0.15 4.49 0.85 0.00 8.95 0.82 2.96 1.00 1.62 5.99 4.74 0.23 1.74 2.20 2.79 0.55 0.48 0.40 8.85 2.95 0.41 0.03 0.67 0.69 0.59 0.83 4.Limit state capacity tables Three lapped spans Three lapped spans Lap End span End span Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + Lap Three lapped span: Z10010/10015 Three lapped span: Z10010 (kN/m) IN OUT (kN/m) Bridging > 0 1.07 5.07 0.05 0.61 2.12 0.64 0.73 0.3 OUT 0 1 2 span/150 OUT IN OUT 0 1.76 4.72 1.96 3.96 1.45 0. In mixed spans.50 3.82 0.28 6.68 1.59 1.50 1.01 11.42 1.69 14.62 5.69 0.57 0.3 0 1 2 Load for defl.76 1.83 0.36 9. 3 IN Three lapped span: Z10012 (kN/m) 0 1 OUT 2.89 0.50 1.50 1.73 2.70 0.69 12.62 5.83 3.27 1.07 5.99 5.87 1.18 4.29 6.53 0.80 0.28 1.51 2.95 2.12 1.35 0.20 2.20 2.41 6.22 1.96 0.10 1.50 1.37 0.47 1.78 0.99 2.10 0.80 0.57 3.78 0.21 1.96 0.29 1.61 1.59 1.87 1.70 0.78 0.67 0.52 0.78 0.63 2.02 2.07 1.91 0.01 1.52 0.62 0.27 Three lapped span: Z10015 (kN/m) Three lapped span: Z10019 (kN/m) IN Load for defl.83 0.01 0.16 1.12 2.37 1.44 0.13 0.91 0.96 1.57 0.61 1.01 1.86 0.22 1.82 8.12 1.22 0.58 2.31 0.06 3.88 1.61 1.55 2.62 0.58 2.12 0.84 1.28 1.02 1.55 2.94 1.87 1.65 0.10 1.23 10.30 1.83 5.24 2.63 1.43 2.56 1.95 4.88 4.90 0.84 1.24 1.59 1.32 2.76 0.59 0.79 0.55 1.82 9.96 0.32 0.94 0.30 0.76 1.79 8.13 0.71 3.05 1.15 2.61 1.90 0.49 1.99 5.99 3.06 6.55 0.99 0.37 2.53 1.16 14.99 1.51 1.15 4.78 0.38 1.85 0.51 11.94 0.74 0.96 8.32 0.77 0.94 0.88 4.07 3.28 3.71 4.02 0.86 3.8 bolt.56 1.12 3.47 0.18 4.07 0.16 2.88 0.18 3.50 2.28 6.68 2.38 0.15 2. OUT = Outward load capacity.45 1.52 8.21 1.63 2.06 1.97 1.68 0.19 1.47 0.95 1.53 0.99 5.48 0.71 0.05 1.96 0.73 8.85 1.87 7.68 2.50 2.53 0.68 2.77 8.96 0.07 1.68 1.22 5.14 4.18 2.06 6.10 3.46 2.76 2.30 1.15 2.77 8.97 1.06 6.81 0.89 3.89 3.74 0.99 4.24 4.45 6.71 3.16 11.92 1.83 0.88 3.09 0.52 0. 3 span/150 12.76 1.29 6.83 5.78 0.07 0.16 11.83 3.50 0.58 0.84 0.66 0.57 1.94 2.24 1.54 5.16 11.51 10.78 0.33 4.90 4.58 6.67 3.48 0.62 5.37 4.69 12.63 1.18 1.38 1.47 6.47 0.67 0.69 3.80 4.67 0.96 3.52 1.72 0.50 0.54 0.71 1.07 4.07 7.3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 0 1.56 0.24 1.04 3.59 0.08 0.21 0.96 2.37 0.34 1.99 0.24 1.02 0.29 Bold capacities require grade 8.43 2.87 11.13 0.66 0.2.22 1.50 0.13 0.42 1.00 8.83 2.87 4.53 0.13 5.01 0.12 3.75 1.65 14.82 8.26 3.64 0.2.21 1.72 1.56 0.89 3.28 6.37 0.50 1.17 1.16 9.85 2.59 0.56 3.63 0.88 0.23 1.20 2.17 0.65 14.76 0.42 0.10 1.99 0.88 4.54 0.58 0.77 6.62 0.28 0.91 0.52 0.97 1.03 3.90 2.28 0.57 0.78 1.96 0.46 0.08 2.70 1.43 6.73 1.90 4.92 1.58 2.23 0.51 8.28 1.73 5.84 8.40 1.03 2.04 1.91 0.13 1.62 0.37 3.35 3.87 0.13 0.21 0.54 1.96 3.59 0.82 3.57 2.66 8.43 6.57 0.72 0.85 5.42 1.60 1.97 2.32 1.07 5.87 1.24 4.00 7.22 1.52 1.79 0.16 2.82 2.07 0.85 0.43 6.50 1.83 1.32 2.08 0.77 1.73 4.49 0.74 0.08 0.64 0.29 2.83 2.77 0.72 0.95 1.10 1.21 0.51 10.51 10.22 2.24 3.40 1.96 0.69 1.65 3.32 5.24 6.55 3.78 1.60 6.20 2.93 2.49 1.44 0.65 14. 3 span/150 0 1 OUT 2.46 0.77 6.87 1.2.43 4.58 0.3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 8.24 1.69 1.25 0.23 2.44 0.90 4.43 0.70 0.98 1.06 6.57 3.72 1.65 0.40 1.27 2.00 3.65 14.63 2.26 0.62 5.07 0.33 1.70 1.67 0.62 5.94 0.65 0.83 0.04 3.94 0.86 0.34 1.44 3.93 6.21 1.59 1.43 8.56 1.60 1.62 0.14 0.29 5. the thicker section is used in the end spans.04 3.81 2.60 0.86 3. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.48 0.21 1.35 0.05 0.83 3.24 4.75 0.76 0.03 1.53 0.18 1.99 0.74 0.83 3.63 3.30 2.41 9.56 2.87 1.08 3.18 4.15 2.96 1.10 1.93 4.67 0. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.70 0.18 0.02 7.29 6.16 1.59 1.86 1.96 3.87 0.83 3.29 1.65 14.14 1.45 9.76 1.16 11.14 0.72 2.84 1.28 6.58 0.29 1.84 1.20 2.72 2.50 0.43 6.51 10.14 5.62 1.53 0.44 0.70 2.90 4.28 1.65 0.86 0.89 3.14 4.49 0.51 7.18 7.23 0.12 2.28 12. IN = Inward load capacity.51 10.97 2.42 1.60 1.47 0.37 0.55 2.50 0.41 8.25 1.00 3.72 0.82 8.20 2.38 0.22 Three lapped span: Z10012/10019 (kN/m) IN Bridging > 0 Span 2100 (mm) 2400 2700 3000 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 10.62 5.8 purlin bolts.74 0.2.38 1.86 3.65 0.15 2.15 1.49 0.33 0.09 2.97 0.71 0.22 2.00 3.18 1.77 8.71 0.25 0.80 1.29 5.85 0.11 1.33 1.50 1.10 3.86 3.44 0.32 4.71 1.10 1.93 2.07 7.63 0.77 8.42 0.11 0.41 1.04 3.46 2.91 0.88 2.07 5.21 1.63 0.23 1.68 2.10 1.74 0.25 2.43 6.40 0.78 0.79 1.04 3.25 6.10 1.88 0.60 0.24 1.45 9.34 0.95 0.60 9.80 0.63 10.87 0.82 1.40 0.10 3.63 2.87 1.75 0.93 1.56 0.64 1.40 1.65 14.37 5.82 0.08 8.22 2.3 0 1 2 IN Load for defl.00 7.38 4.50 1.70 5.30 1.69 0.69 12.58 2.42 0.04 3.69 12.29 0.14 4.71 0.99 5.53 0.38 1.75 1.50 3.68 0.32 2.76 1.42 0. TL100 44 .28 1.98 1.84 1.63 9.54 0.07 6.74 1.54 6.29 1.84 1.71 1.00 8.07 3.40 1.86 3.55 2.87 2.96 0.15 1.21 1.96 6.58 2.38 0.62 5.87 1.59 2.44 6.

08 3.40 0.21 1.25 2.08 1.27 1.76 0.05 4.49 3.32 3.10 1.47 0.8 pur lin bolts.46 1.56 4.00 3.45 0.81 1. 3 0 1 2 3 0 1 2.99 2.49 7.32 5.74 1.00 0.78 0.49 7.34 3.45 0.53 0.92 1.76 0.31 0.67 0.68 1.49 0.16 0.79 2.45 0.72 1.82 1.10 9.52 0.54 0.92 2.16 6.26 0.61 1.39 0.03 3.70 0. IN = Inward load capacity.65 0.16 0.12 1.49 3.02 1.82 0.98 1.39 0.39 0.07 2.93 6.67 1.09 1.46 2.90 1.49 2.65 1.28 1.04 1.99 0.03 3.92 1.68 4.63 2.11 1.79 1.04 3.95 1.89 0.09 1.00 0.55 0.50 2.90 0.83 1.08 0.83 1.94 6.Limit state capacity tables Three lapped spans Three lapped spans Lap End span Span (mm) Span (mm) End span Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + Lap Three lapped span: Z15012 (kN/m) Bridging > Span 3000 (mm) 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 Three lapped span: Z15015 (kN/m) Load for IN OUT deflect'n 0 1.00 2.09 2.35 1.77 4.82 0.06 2.50 0.63 2.95 1.36 1.08 3.03 2.87 0.32 4.30 1.23 1.80 0.27 6.61 2.65 0.39 1.53 0.41 0.48 2.70 6.80 5.76 0.58 1.49 3.21 2.93 6. IN OUT Load for deflect'n span/150 11.76 2.10 9.74 2.53 1.52 0.39 1.75 1.02 1.89 0.49 3.17 0.08 0.98 2.80 1.08 1.70 0. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.40 5.72 1.27 1.60 0.70 5.67 0.71 1. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.20 2.37 0.49 1.37 0.97 0.27 6.98 3.1 45 .39 2.70 5.65 2.15 1.48 3.82 1.95 0.49 7.07 1.93 0.45 0.68 1.60 0.71 0.42 0.72 3.58 2.85 0.27 0.25 1.93 0.98 3.27 6.89 5.89 0.06 0.64 1. 2.46 0.24 3.02 1.35 6.05 3.39 0.20 4.98 1.98 3.34 2.58 3.42 0.64 7.69 0.62 4.46 2.15 1.24 2.71 4.87 1.69 3.87 3.64 1.69 5. OUT = Outward load capacity.08 9.62 0.74 2.69 0.44 0.17 8.00 0.48 3.75 0.71 2.67 0.47 2.61 0.49 7.82 0.46 0.54 0.53 0.00 2.46 1.41 1.32 5.61 0.28 0.80 1.82 0.31 1.57 0.86 0.58 4.33 TL150.89 0.74 1.17 0.69 1.10 9.94 3.16 1.05 3.59 6. 3 0 1 2 3 span/150 6.00 1.78 0.08 3.77 4.27 4.35 2.58 4.22 7.27 0.21 2.27 1.10 4.47 1.15 5.97 0.66 0.49 0.78 2.80 1.8 bolt.60 0.53 0.05 4.40 0.27 2.77 4.65 1.52 0.27 5.34 3.69 1.02 4.27 3.65 2.07 0.32 5.49 7.91 1.70 0.92 0.19 1.32 2.55 0.10 9.65 2.70 5.53 1.34 0.64 0.40 0.49 1.50 0.58 0.08 1.57 2.28 0.10 9.28 0.87 1.82 3.71 1.91 1.00 1.65 1.93 6.47 1.93 6.54 1.82 0.49 0.43 0.84 0.77 4.74 3.97 4.89 1.35 2.21 1.72 2.51 0.80 0.03 2.70 Bold capacities require grade 8.46 2.73 1.58 4.59 1.17 1.06 0.40 0.35 1.93 8.98 3.59 0.53 0.70 5.48 2.

49 1.92 8.59 0.47 0.55 1.22 3.92 4.36 1.05 1.23 4.44 7.75 0.66 0.48 1.87 0.44 0.92 8.66 1.65 (mm) 3300 6.00 5.57 0.41 0.65 0.49 0.09 1.99 1.68 1.02 5.95 5.27 1.67 9300 0.28 7.71 0.41 0.12 0.35 1.51 0. the thicker section is used in the end spans.43 5.48 2.35 1.60 0.21 1.78 5.17 3.79 1.79 1.42 2.51 1.85 0.99 6600 1.92 1.14 1.72 4500 2.74 0.14 1.97 9.50 0.62 0.92 1.68 4.92 10.06 1. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.70 6000 1.71 0.66 0.80 0.91 1.43 0. 3 0 1 2 3 span/150 span/150 Span 3000 8.88 1.91 0.79 1.44 0. OUT = Outward load capacity.27 4.94 0.62 1.53 0.43 Bold capacities require grade 8.88 13.16 1.38 4200 3.86 7.24 1.51 1.88 10.93 0.82 0.97 0.20 2.99 1.48 4800 2.40 0.65 2.88 1.79 2.08 3.75 0.46 0.22 3.94 0.14 0.29 4.32 7500 0.47 10500 0.50 0.07 1.53 0.78 5.56 0.94 2.22 2. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.79 1.78 5.43 2.64 1.83 1.24 0.35 0.62 1.35 1.59 0.31 3.57 0.93 0.41 0.58 0.65 0.83 2.87 6.69 0.48 1.85 0.44 2.43 2.92 4.36 0.54 5100 1.61 2.74 0.75 9000 0.75 0.91 0.21 2.02 4.22 3.13 2.23 1. In mixed spans.49 0.84 8.88 10.79 2. TL150.92 4.29 13.99 1.31 1.13 2.93 1.48 1.14 0.13 1.62 9600 0.23 1.18 5700 1.82 1.81 2.93 3600 4.02 1.86 5.51 10200 0.03 1.23 4.79 2.2 IN 46 OUT .75 1.97 1.98 0.78 8.36 1.32 3.93 8400 0.09 3.29 8.03 1.87 10.72 1.23 4.06 0.74 2.24 0.27 3.51 0.72 6900 0.31 5.11 2.88 10.67 3.28 8.48 0.60 0.52 0.74 0.52 18.28 7.87 0.43 1.8 purlin bolts.67 2.89 1.64 0.12 4.43 2.17 7800 0.15 1.92 6.02 5.53 0.68 3.92 4.81 2.29 8.48 2.67 0.98 0.45 0.03 0.30 6300 1.52 13.94 0.46 2.75 0.48 2.52 13.20 2.65 1.99 6.23 1.64 0.52 13.94 4.31 1.91 2.69 0.80 0.68 3.73 1.99 5.53 0.92 8.82 1.29 1.99 2.69 1.27 4.8 bolt.29 8.72 2.89 1. 2.56 9900 0.20 3.70 0.48 1.21 1.57 0.87 0.02 5.52 13.51 7200 0.68 3.73 3.48 0.06 0.04 8100 0.81 4.34 0.25 3.85 0.88 10.21 1.77 0.78 5.27 4.77 3.29 8. IN = Inward load capacity.75 0.67 3.57 0.98 0.03 1.79 7.55 0.46 2.48 0.20 3.43 2.79 1.99 5.81 1.59 0.13 2.68 1.85 1.23 0.80 0.12 1.12 0.12 1.87 6.79 13.80 0.99 5.42 3.32 5.68 1.74 0.45 0.87 6.79 2.80 0.60 0.42 0.23 5.68 1.92 8.89 1.45 0. 3 0 1 2 3 0 1 .37 0.47 4.Limit state capacity tables Three lapped spans Three lapped spans Lap End span Span (mm) Span (mm) End span Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + Lap Three lapped span: Z15012/15019 (kN/m) Three lapped span: Z15015/15024 (kN/m) Load for Load for IN OUT deflection deflection Bridging > 0 1.50 10.28 6.67 3.03 0.81 2.67 3900 3.68 1.25 4.62 1.02 1.19 1.20 3.78 5400 1.50 2.89 1.60 3.12 6.83 8700 0.29 8.87 6.76 1. 2 .98 0.

86 2.62 3.24 1.90 1.70 1.92 6.20 1.22 10.58 1.83 12.12 3.05 3.09 9.53 0.11 Bold capacities require grade 8.97 12.39 5.39 2.29 0.45 5.58 3.94 2.96 1.94 10.97 1.15 3.90 8.69 1.33 4.08 3.04 1.36 1.05 2.25 1.40 1.23 2.44 2.36 7.41 3.95 2.88 14.46 1.09 0.79 0.29 6.98 0.16 1.84 8.69 1.65 1.60 0.40 1.51 0.42 2.47 1.96 0.84 8.08 18.30 1.56 10.06 0.45 5.41 0.00 1.09 3.72 1.67 1.33 3.98 4.20 12.57 0.31 5.81 1.45 TL150.21 1.64 4.8 purlin bolts.31 1.76 3.92 6.09 6.08 18.87 2.68 4.39 7.98 3.87 0.80 1.19 2.83 12.46 5.46 2.69 0.57 1.66 0.14 2.89 1.49 0.96 0.40 0.79 1.28 2.84 0.33 2.52 1.33 7.46 2.56 5.08 18.16 0.88 4.59 0.52 0.51 4.05 6.71 0.20 0.12 6.75 1.77 0.79 1.94 6.73 6.99 0.34 4.96 2.83 12.76 1.40 4.73 0.09 9.99 1.92 4.57 2.90 8.73 2.92 2.47 0.82 4.22 1.19 2.61 1.93 3.61 5.41 6.09 9.34 4.58 8.09 9.53 0.91 1.77 2.66 2.75 10.60 0.58 1.43 0.62 1.97 0.45 5.50 2.65 1.90 7.03 3.87 9.55 1.12 2.29 1.70 3.64 0.00 3.07 4.14 0.88 1.61 5.95 3.63 1.14 8.92 4.71 3.13 3.04 2.12 1.53 2. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.01 12.00 1.54 1.23 2.57 1.39 0.45 6.88 14.89 1.14 0.26 0.74 6.12 6.99 7.34 4.25 1.71 1.31 3.95 2.03 1.68 4.83 12.56 10.46 4.46 3.71 1.22 0.46 12.51 1.51 7.58 1.52 1.84 1.86 3.48 0.62 0.39 0.76 4.09 1.12 1.38 1.49 0.82 1.82 2.08 18.98 1.46 2.24 4.74 2.45 6.31 1.33 2.97 0.31 18.50 3.65 1.57 1.35 2.87 3.68 0.08 7.35 0.8 bolt.91 1.33 2.58 10.40 1.87 3.58 1.39 1.21 0.92 6.46 12.91 4.56 10.56 9.44 0.12 3.04 3.46 2.51 7.87 1. IN = Inward load capacity.78 0.90 5.45 1.63 1.04 1.05 0.21 4.61 5.90 7.46 0.21 4.42 3.47 0.46 12. OUT = Outward load capacity.19 2.58 10.23 2. Load for deflect'n span/150 19.96 2.77 0.48 3.82 1.61 4.60 1.45 5.40 4.55 1.65 0.90 5.84 7.31 0.73 1.98 1.81 1.51 6.31 1.51 6.85 0.13 0.93 3.69 3.28 1.60 5.71 10.08 18.83 12.09 1.28 1.50 0.07 6.34 2.33 0.88 13.41 1.84 1.34 3.47 2.84 1.25 2.58 10.66 3.59 0.84 8.33 0.68 2.19 2.88 14.98 1.96 1.82 8.45 0.88 5.23 4.12 1.46 3.46 10.46 2.27 3.04 0.29 3.18 1.54 5.98 1.84 8.76 3.90 2.75 3.88 1.00 6.54 0.83 1.96 0.43 14.78 7.07 2.86 1.12 1.52 0.46 12.66 1.44 1.35 1.74 9.61 4.98 5.74 1.03 2.12 1.15 2.3 47 .83 2.83 1.80 1.88 2.45 2.19 3.55 2.42 0.15 2.56 10.57 3.Limit state capacity tables Three lapped spans Three lapped spans Lap End span End span Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + Lap Three lapped span: Z15019 (kN/m) IN Bridging > Span 3000 (mm) 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 0 1 Three lapped span: Z15024 (kN/m) OUT 2 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 IN 0 1 OUT 2 3 0 1 2 3 9.56 10.64 3.87 1.90 7.83 14.31 0.62 4.06 1.00 18.88 14.51 0.92 3.12 1.04 0.45 6.97 1.62 1.17 2.14 1.62 1.88 4.42 0.51 7.51 0.58 10.59 0.25 1.51 1.62 3.92 4.69 12.78 14.73 6.84 8.40 1.94 14.77 0.51 7.56 1.82 0.60 0.92 3.85 0.57 11.40 1.77 2.15 4.92 3.87 1.12 3.50 1.08 1.77 0.41 1.92 4.72 3.78 1.80 0.90 7.05 1.53 11.00 5.87 0.45 6.44 0.47 0.70 0.13 1.58 4.35 0.00 2. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.87 2.56 0.

95 6. 2.22 1.72 0.62 1.00 2.55 1.66 1.37 1.72 0.57 0.72 2.76 0.34 1. 3 0 1 2 3 Span 3000 (mm) 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10800 10.69 1.89 11100 11400 11700 12000 0.84 1.41 1.07 1.90 6.73 10.67 0.69 0.00 5.50 0.62 3.00 5.71 0.91 6.84 6.86 6.74 0.59 0.46 1.52 0.43 2.36 2.43 2.15 5.37 3.79 0.69 1.21 3. 2.45 1.24 1.97 6.64 0.18 3.56 0.00 2.33 1.70 9.46 2.61 0.70 9.26 1.60 9.59 1.70 8.44 1.39 1.84 6.71 4.21 2.18 3.97 6.79 14.09 0.19 1.97 0.95 6.19 1.70 0.84 0.01 0.46 1.26 2.61 0.71 5.79 3.48 0.89 0.18 3.13 7.73 4.30 4.15 5.40 10.71 4.42 2.95 6.16 1.17 1.00 5.44 0.13 7. IN = Inward load capacity.33 3.72 2.05 1.24 1.66 1.89 0.12 7.70 2.35 1.38 0.56 0.68 4.55 1.85 1.40 0.8 purlin bolts.24 1.81 0.75 0.69 0.87 SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 0.89 0.95 6.33 3.75 0.73 0.01 1.69 0.47 2.73 10.09 0.84 0.87 1.86 6.79 3.48 9.41 0.52 0.12 7.29 1.67 3.01 2.85 1.08 1.89 1.66 0.95 0.92 0.44 1.00 5.96 2.79 0.78 0.56 0.70 9.01 2. 3 0 1 2 3 12.24 1.26 2.82 0.64 Bold capacities require grade 8.57 2.08 16.86 6.35 1.30 1.89 0.73 10.72 2.60 8.25 1.17 1.57 3.48 1.07 1.60 0.75 4.18 3.67 0.37 3. the thicker section is used in the end spans.69 1.00 1.43 2.56 0.33 1.12 7.15 5.86 6.09 0.10 0.89 2.98 0.30 4.34 2.43 0.76 3.99 0.55 1.95 Load for deflection span/150 39.47 2.73 1.52 0.70 2.73 10.43 1.26 1.27 1.97 6.12 7.43 7.95 12.60 9.30 4.55 1.48 2.33 3.74 1.49 0.74 0.73 4.87 2.89 10.34 1.17 1.01 1.44 10.15 5.30 4.07 0.72 3.91 3.21 2.95 0.27 3.16 1.97 0.70 2.69 1.8 bolt.89 1.41 5.55 4.21 2.04 0.55 1.72 17.21 2.73 10.55 0.95 6.74 0.88 0.92 7.51 12.71 4.89 1.83 0.88 0.12 0. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.01 2.99 0.60 9.21 3.60 9.41 Load for deflection span/150 22.43 2.09 1.90 0.35 1.09 1. OUT = Outward load capacity.91 1.02 0.Limit state capacity tables Double lapped spans Three lapped spans Lap End span End span Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + Lap Three lapped span: Z20015 (kN/m) IN Three lapped span: Z20015/20024 (kN/m) OUT Bridging > 0 1.74 12.00 1.24 1.63 0.58 2.72 3.75 0.65 0.72 10.88 0.84 6.83 0.97 0.86 6.05 0.79 3.70 0.47 10.33 1.12 2.73 4.00 3.73 1.21 1.29 2.44 1.40 1.17 1.39 4.48 0.26 1.66 22.95 0.13 7.65 1.67 6.47 2.79 3.97 6.79 0.99 0.78 1.59 1.44 12.13 7.38 2.21 4.02 0.07 1.71 4.34 1.70 9.12 7.72 29.95 12.08 1.72 3.56 0.33 1.26 4.01 0.52 2.37 3.51 0.77 5.60 0.32 3.00 2.01 1.73 4.46 1.1 48 .50 1.30 4.84 6.21 3.37 3.01 2.60 1.80 0.84 1.97 6.60 9.84 6.62 0.73 1.45 0.72 3.41 0.00 2.96 1.52 IN OUT 0 1.21 1.70 9.39 4.44 0.44 6.13 7.29 2.84 0.47 0.90 2.08 1.84 1. TL200.80 0.16 1.27 2. In mixed spans.63 0.54 0.08 1.33 3.00 5.24 1.80 0.81 0.17 1.97 4.07 0.70 2. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.72 2.14 1.70 2.94 5.01 0.44 1.74 0.37 3.66 9.84 0.00 2.39 4.18 11.67 0.81 0.84 0.51 12.26 2.21 3.84 1.15 5.21 1.73 10.79 0.89 0.59 1.54 2.21 3.71 4.01 1.39 4.73 4.48 0.69 1.

44 3.74 11.57 4.36 5.22 11.95 11.91 3.54 0.82 41.18 1.40 18.00 9.32 6.18 3.23 5.23 2.52 3.18 3.47 12.04 14.31 2.45 0.27 9.53 0.74 11.03 1.77 3.62 0.89 1.06 0.71 18.86 1.78 1.59 7500 1.36 2.99 16.66 5.18 7.61 0.93 1.42 1.23 0.41 0.32 1.21 0.50 15.10 1.81 6000 2.94 7.23 7.07 4.39 3.48 2.00 4.95 4.40 2.01 1.57 4.66 1.94 1.21 7.49 19.88 12.14 0.50 1.25 8.47 5.42 2.19 8400 1.06 9.73 10200 0.92 0.23 7.84 0.69 5400 3.58 1.04 3.24 1.58 OUT IN OUT SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 11100 11400 11700 12000 TL200.52 6.38 6.16 2.77 7200 1.49 19.39 3.14 3.10 4200 5.27 6.66 1.00 1.74 11.07 4.58 6.77 3600 8.25 6.40 2.44 1.54 1.77 3.44 7800 1.95 11.41 2. 0.78 17.86 1.79 1.59 1.65 1.83 3.24 12.59 4.24 4.22 2.77 3.75 0.28 1.42 2.47 9.8 purlin bolts.54 1.45 8.74 11.30 2.20 6.25 8.44 0.78 1.14 1.32 1. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.08 0.78 2.23 6.43 1.55 10.79 15.13 1.65 1.21 5700 2.69 0.78 17.63 10800 0.47 5.96 0.66 5.62 0.78 17.96 0.20 6.24 3.26 2.29 5100 3.24 13.50 15.41 3.99 16.55 1.69 19.42 2.31 1.24 13.77 5.06 1.41 8.47 3.16 2.00 9.24 13.74 1.17 3.04 0.21 7.06 23.60 0.08 1. 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 18.14 3.00 0.90 2.52 0.18 1.45 1.50 6.86 9600 0.52 0.30 2.08 1.41 1.78 17.20 6.88 2.88 2.84 0.79 9900 0.60 1.80 1.23 2.31 1.18 1.79 1.47 9.71 1.13 0.66 0.81 1.25 8.13 7.79 15.80 4.67 0.35 1.66 5.94 10.00 2.73 1.55 1.20 6600 1.33 1.95 19.47 12.67 4.50 15.00 0.03 1.02 4800 4.64 6.47 5.52 2.07 4.32 2.68 10500 0.60 2.38 6.66 1.13 11.14 3.46 5.78 0.00 4.47 9.85 0.53 1.61 1.63 2.00 9000 0.56 1.97 6900 1.00 0.79 15.35 1.04 1.57 4.75 3.69 0.13 4.78 1.15 2.86 1.73 2.23 7.99 16.66 3900 7.57 4.45 3.53 1.33 31.45 0.10 1.07 0.36 Bold capacities require grade 8.04 2. IN = Inward load capacity.32 2.64 6.02 5.88 3.19 1.82 1.52 3.78 17.09 8700 1.98 5.09 3.00 2.07 2.55 1.15 4.42 14.02 5.03 1.50 15.16 2.75 2.81 3.61 19.45 8.74 2.45 2.47 12.06 1. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.45 8.12 1.17 2.90 2.15 1.17 1.02 0.46 3.91 1.54 2.91 1.28 0.93 4500 5.96 19.78 0.64 0.84 1.07 1.44 1.44 3.64 1.82 18.47 3.05 0.74 11.48 6300 2.66 14.60 4.21 7.50 15.42 2.63 2.27 1.17 1.78 2.24 3.77 3.78 1.09 1.95 11.40 1.89 1.94 10.47 12.21 2.47 9.72 0.74 1.59 4.90 8.24 13.47 1.00 9.16 2.25 8.66 2.02 18.42 2.56 0.97 1.42 2.36 5.84 0.36 5.41 2.73 0.99 16.92 0.01 1.66 5.70 18.48 0.56 1.66 1.47 9.92 2.78 2.66 5.25 8.47 12.36 5.47 12.24 13.00 4.79 1.34 2.14 3.44 3.95 11.23 2.57 4.25 2.10 1.93 5.84 2.45 1.23 1.91 0.75 4. OUT = Outward load capacity.02 3.45 8.72 0.18 4.45 8.84 4.97 2.00 9.36 18.20 1.00 1.78 17.94 10.75 (mm) 3300 10.09 5.58 0.79 15.99 16. 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 0 1 2.74 0.83 3.44 3.92 9300 0.24 18.07 4.04 1.59 3.93 1.36 5.99 16.63 2.31 8100 1.23 1.79 1.47 1.55 1.52 18.86 0.56 0.00 9.46 23.50 15.64 6.14 1.24 3.20 6.23 7.79 15.88 2.95 11.8 bolt.35 5.36 1.69 1.87 1.07 1.95 11.89 0.77 0.07 4.80 0.86 1.13 8.59 2.20 6.02 5.85 3.56 2.86 0.54 31.91 2.21 7.93 0.40 1.17 2.83 3.94 5.63 2.58 2.59 4.46 0.Limit state capacity tables Double lapped spans Three lapped spans Lap End span End span Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + Lap Three lapped span: Z20019 (kN/m) Bridging > Three lapped span: Z20024 (kN/m) 1 2.57 0.38 6.00 9.78 0.50 1.79 15.69 2.94 10.23 7.94 10.07 4.2 49 .50 0.88 2.67 IN 0 Span 3000 13.35 2.21 7.

IN = Inward load capacity.37 4.38 2.28 15.01 3.62 2.36 9.00 0.25 2.17 5.15 9.91 0.00 13.1 50 .25 2.16 11.Limit state capacity tables Three lapped spans Three lapped spans Lap End span End span Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + Lap Three lapped span: Z25019 (kN/m) Bridging > 0 1 2.81 1.28 15.07 2.16 IN OUT SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 11100 0.50 1.21 6.30 14.28 8.16 11.61 17.42 5.15 1.95 18.62 2.30 22.47 2.78 4.64 10.48 1.00 1.67 1.64 10.35 7.44 0.80 6.34 3.78 1.42 4.49 1.04 3.49 1.78 4.99 11700 0.00 13.63 1.40 1.40 2.12 7.68 1.07 2.82 1.64 1.39 0.35 17.24 5.84 1.37 4.38 5.65 3.63 1.71 0.33 2.70 5.18 10.96 1.00 13.15 1.06 2.37 0.16 11.85 6.23 4.07 2.25 1.63 0.24 5.28 0.34 3.86 Bold capacities require grade 8.28 8.53 0.23 2.36 9.85 6.80 1.34 3.63 1.43 2.28 15.24 5.55 6.31 1.92 12000 0.00 13.37 4. TL250.16 11.19 2.62 2.31 1.65 4.91 17.00 0.43 2.40 1.78 0.62 0.64 10.77 2.67 1.28 8.37 2.51 0.59 6.36 9.8 bolt.73 17.95 1.43 2.00 13.07 2.78 4.40 2.04 1.23 4.80 3.10 1. OUT = Outward load capacity.62 2.25 1.85 6.80 0.12 2.01 3.01 3.70 5.10 1.78 4.65 3.78 4.35 7.70 5.16 11.23 4.55 6.93 11.43 2.28 13.12 8.34 4.73 51.28 15.85 6.22 2.65 3.23 4.49 3.96 1.34 3.31 2.73 1.37 1.24 5.23 4.53 3.35 7.83 2.36 9.65 3.46 17.28 7.22 1.63 3.95 1.56 0.28 15.73 17.24 1.35 7.74 1.01 1.84 0. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.36 1.87 1.13 1.07 0.51 1.01 3.83 2.54 1.55 6.83 2.70 5.26 1.00 13.64 10.63 2.61 4.35 7.69 2. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.10 1.70 5.28 15.62 0.91 2.04 3.10 38.83 12.55 6.75 1.64 10.12 1.87 1.07 11400 0.28 8.88 0.02 1.60 3.07 1.64 10.73 2.50 7.41 0.37 2. 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflection span/150 Span 3000 (mm) 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10800 17.23 2.32 4.28 8.16 11.52 0.21 29.62 1.36 9.85 6.36 9.84 1.8 purlin bolts.55 1.55 6.24 5.19 3.99 0.14 1.37 4.58 1.83 2.

33 9.09 13.59 2.45 8.68 10.40 3.01 1.87 1.72 4.72 3.69 10.39 0.22 1.77 3.20 4.67 19.59 1.40 9.73 1.97 5.37 2.44 70.50 2.86 2.43 1.82 17.39 6.77 24.24 14.02 6.52 7.47 5.54 2.35 3.06 5.41 1.22 12.41 0.09 1.99 16.98 2.48 2.05 19.52 5.22 11. TL250.31 0.24 1.17 3.54 1.87 3.52 5.21 7.04 4.56 4.85 2.57 1.18 8.50 15.52 7.59 5.68 1.26 39.48 6.42 3.69 10.21 2.93 1.40 5.25 0.39 2.34 11.50 1.78 19.27 9.55 9.73 1.07 1.04 2.40 4.88 15.42 0.52 7.20 2.78 17.28 1.16 13.91 2.14 3.53 3.88 5.57 11.50 15.67 6.55 1.63 1.39 6.92 2.95 8.50 2.10 4.70 2.11 2.55 9.78 17.78 17.70 2.69 10.Limit state capacity tables Three lapped spans Three lapped spans Lap End span End span Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + Lap Three lapped span: Z25019/25024 (kN/m) Three lapped span: Z25024 (kN/m) Bridging > 0 1 2.46 8.45 16.99 16.13 Bold capacities require grade 8.91 4.34 11.63 1. In mixed spans.45 8.77 3.50 1.61 4.19 5.80 13.36 13.08 2.78 17.23 1.81 0.55 3.41 5.12 7.20 2.8 bolt.79 1.78 17.93 1.89 2.84 3.82 5.18 8.03 1.39 6.88 5.74 19.22 12.40 11.03 1.87 13.58 0.81 2.45 8.02 6.05 0.44 3.16 2.37 2.82 17.33 3.88 15.62 1.67 6.59 51.97 1.56 4.50 4.24 14.70 2.24 14.75 1.51 4.22 12.45 8.88 16.25 1.34 1.82 17.06 0.17 2.56 3.92 2.15 3.12 1.96 11.51 4.33 2.28 0.77 3.14 3.84 19.33 9.65 2.40 11.36 2.98 2.33 1.06 5.50 2.56 4.21 7.32 1.81 3.56 3.21 7.70 2.91 4.69 10.14 3.94 0.29 2.66 2.77 1.91 2.87 3.41 5.02 6.99 16.91 0.91 0.49 0.33 2.39 6.16 9.17 2.78 19.78 17.71 7.84 0.32 1.32 1.98 1.04 4.78 17.55 9.24 14.82 17.68 0.16 13.10 0.16 13.70 2.82 17.95 3.12 2.76 2.90 1.15 6.18 8.32 13.82 1.88 3.33 2.49 3.31 3.68 0. 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 Span 3000 (mm) 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10800 19.88 15.71 7.23 1.17 2.50 2.19 0.17 2.04 4.39 2.64 2.36 4.94 1.90 2.84 3.52 5.50 2.64 2.23 1.58 1.75 3.06 5.66 1.50 2.45 3.16 13.49 0.83 3.70 40.10 1.84 0.24 5. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.10 3.61 19.32 2.17 1.67 6.8 purlin bolts.38 0.88 2.02 0.34 11.69 10.38 3.33 9.44 1.18 1.99 1.18 8.41 5.14 3.97 4.40 11.95 11.67 1.33 9.51 1.46 0.55 9.65 2.13 1.82 17.73 0.36 13. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.56 4.21 7.17 2.21 0.22 19.25 5.68 10.83 6.85 1.69 10.50 1.36 13.79 1.08 2.90 1.61 2.52 5.77 3.40 11.13 1.45 3.22 12.82 17.88 15.59 1.20 3.50 15.59 19.06 5.66 8.53 7.51 4.2 51 .68 10.47 1.34 11.92 2.92 2.55 2.46 1.90 1.73 9.11 3.42 0.50 2.29 30.21 7.61 3.47 3.14 1.88 5.40 11.33 9.86 1.87 6.38 5.50 IN OUT 0 1 2.97 0.48 52.88 15.78 68.63 2.85 1.12 0.35 2.34 11.16 13.18 7.50 15.66 0.13 19.75 0.02 1.13 1.00 1.32 2.84 1.22 12.91 4.14 1.36 13.50 6.13 7.33 9.47 2.36 13.49 1.17 2.31 3.77 1.68 1.50 15.53 3.10 4.56 2.88 15.51 1.14 1.45 0. OUT = Outward load capacity.64 1.68 10.52 1.04 4.53 19.90 1.46 4.94 19.54 IN OUT SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 11100 11400 11700 12000 0.24 14.69 1.34 1.54 19.36 1. IN = Inward load capacity.02 1.41 0.41 1.56 3.15 1.34 11.18 8.36 1.05 0.87 4.08 5.65 25.27 1.63 1.45 8.52 7.88 1.24 20.36 4.81 2.60 5.24 14.98 0.39 2.36 4.58 6.06 5.52 5.13 1.56 4.16 13.33 6.71 1.67 6.00 0.72 1.68 10.51 7.87 2.99 16.3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 19.06 4.69 1.36 13.67 6.50 2.52 7.45 3.10 10.93 1.61 2.66 3.67 6.04 4.21 2.91 0.41 31.17 2.15 3.58 4.27 7.33 2.14 3.78 2.39 6.71 7.82 1.45 3.30 2.99 16.55 9.99 16.50 15. the thicker section is used in the end spans.

53 0.00 3.22 0.37 4.93 0.55 3.91 2.88 2.47 2.55 11100 11400 11700 12000 12300 12600 12900 13200 13500 13800 14100 14400 14700 15000 15300 15600 15900 16200 16500 16800 17100 17400 1.42 1.20 3.40 6.65 7.75 0.24 3.70 1.94 4.52 1. IN = Inward load capacity.77 8.29 2.62 0.28 0.48 14.25 3.30 3.24 9.40 6.71 5.12 2.24 3.97 2.73 1.54 7.54 4.13 0.12 7.85 4.87 6.40 6.85 2.82 3.44 5.79 1.30 3.07 0.12 1.93 2.59 18.58 4.27 1.87 6.42 0.64 1.47 1.54 7.89 2.24 1.97 0.73 0.65 1.20 0.13 1.30 0.31 1.50 8.15 4.88 5.55 0.20 10.19 1.71 3.60 0.99 7.47 5.38 5.49 4.78 2.40 8.13 1.37 1.44 5.88 1.71 5.21 1.04 4.69 1.05 1.60 1.65 2.31 9.65 1.10 5.04 1.12 7.81 6.89 4.76 1.87 6.61 0.53 6.78 1.91 0.01 0.50 4.24 2.53 2.54 4.40 0.03 1.73 1.13 2.85 4.61 1.79 2.57 2.06 1.52 1.54 7.65 7.01 1.42 2.54 4.06 3.48 0.66 1.59 11.40 8.65 0.53 6.04 3.96 2.01 6.77 0.42 2.71 3.01 6.30 2.06 2.65 7.02 1.44 2.88 1.10 5.12 7.29 6.71 1.56 1.00 2.01 6.60 1.07 1.50 1.51 4.72 1.37 0.8 bolt.35 5.16 1.84 0.04 4.53 0.03 1.49 1.12 12.80 Bold capacities require grade 8.40 8.04 2.04 0.67 1.12 7.34 IN OUT SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 2.81 0.59 7.30 0.01 4.89 4.95 3.13 3.82 3.88 5.58 0.27 1.17 5.69 0.85 4.50 8.59 1.14 2.94 3.76 1.94 0.52 1.10 1.90 0.20 0.88 5.38 3.15 3.09 3.41 1.43 0.95 1.38 8.53 6.77 8.81 1.96 3.37 4.71 5.10 5.12 7.65 0.84 3.11 0.42 1.54 7.54 1.00 1. the thicker section is used in the end spans.84 2.85 4.64 1.96 5.12 1.45 0.91 0.57 4.00 1.17 10.88 5.90 1.77 8.70 4.83 1.59 1.36 0.82 1.64 3.87 6.01 0.52 2.18 1.18 1.59 3.99 7.70 1.30 0.77 8.49 0.89 2.55 1.83 3.94 2.93 1.1 52 .21 2.56 0.27 1.31 9.31 3.22 2.04 4.46 0.20 2.76 0.69 0.41 IN OUT 0 1 2.19 1.41 0.05 11.00 1.29 1.68 2.24 9.36 0.21 1.62 3.93 1.26 1.24 9.94 1.38 0.43 0.24 8.46 1.80 2.72 1.18 1.63 1.73 11.52 1.00 1.82 7.76 0.50 3.65 2.45 3.06 4.33 1.80 3.39 2.30 0.61 2.19 0.37 4.41 1.88 5.53 9.10 7.80 2.31 9.77 0.48 10.06 1.68 0.96 3.46 0.89 0.69 1.32 1.99 7.55 0.22 8.66 0.15 3.20 4.17 1.32 0.20 10.52 0.40 6.31 10.69 4.35 5.82 0.62 1.09 2.62 3.59 11.04 4.62 1.28 4.24 3.30 1.47 1.79 3.60 0.08 3.88 4.70 1. OUT = Outward load capacity.46 0.40 6.10 5.89 4.04 5.84 2.96 2.22 2.49 0.31 9.47 1.57 2.12 7.43 0.57 4.84 2.11 2.16 4.40 0.39 7.08 1.00 10.60 3.29 2.48 10.50 1.64 1.13 1.56 2.48 1.65 7.97 3.49 3.96 3.99 7.62 5.20 10.78 1.50 8.55 1.45 2.38 5.07 2.20 4.66 5.82 1.91 2.35 3.31 9.03 1.73 4.41 1.02 1.08 3.20 10.48 10.71 5.37 1.65 1.38 1.65 0.51 2.44 5.50 0.69 0.24 9.73 4.04 1.89 4.56 2.65 0.82 0.53 6.18 2.29 11.58 6.18 2.04 1.09 3.70 3.57 1.90 2.8 purlin bolts.53 6.53 0.75 2.77 8.11 1.12 1.40 8.91 2.75 1.30 1.95 0.90 1.37 2.38 1.65 7.06 1.53 2.85 1.99 10.20 10.43 2.05 1.01 6.37 3.78 0.98 1.29 3.73 3.99 1.53 6.50 8.48 0.58 0.94 1.82 3.38 1. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.87 0.35 15.45 0.05 3.59 1.Limit state capacity tables Three lapped spans Three lapped spans Lap End span End span Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + Lap Three lapped span: Z30024 (kN/m) Three lapped span: Z30024/30030 (kN/m) Bridging > 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 Span 6000 (mm) 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10800 5.42 0.20 10.18 1.76 1.30 2.08 2.90 1.55 0.75 2.05 2.99 0.12 2.85 0.32 3.73 0.85 0.63 2.34 1.27 1.08 3.43 1.99 7.67 1.93 2.39 1.44 5.68 5.55 1.85 1.55 6.10 5.10 5.04 5.53 10.45 1.53 3.68 2.26 1.68 1.88 1.19 10.02 0.57 0.77 2.45 1.24 3.43 2.61 5.71 3.13 1.69 4.88 0.08 2.27 3.28 2.04 4.02 2.69 4.45 0.25 2.24 9.75 1.06 0.36 4. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.87 6.31 9.75 1.61 2.38 5.65 2.88 1.01 6.70 2.27 2.97 2.77 2.84 2.66 2.31 1.49 2.07 2.96 1.78 1.86 1.81 2.96 3.99 1.77 8.18 3.41 2.96 3.38 5.01 6.00 1.90 1.83 1.24 3.54 1.54 7.74 0.02 2.54 4.38 0.75 2.89 4.67 11.30 2.99 2.50 8.27 3.92 1.00 2.84 1.08 2.26 2.81 13.54 7.81 1.84 0.78 3.16 6.52 2.04 5.22 3.69 3. In mixed spans.38 5.14 2.41 2.44 5.34 1.70 4.09 1.28 11.84 2.71 2.49 0.81 1.14 2.78 2.23 0.21 1.52 1.57 2. TL300.97 1.41 0.47 0.02 2.38 3.14 3.28 4.77 3.34 1.30 2.97 1.14 0.98 1.90 0.28 4.42 1.84 1.71 3.73 5.22 1.08 0.21 2. 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 5.80 2.84 1.60 1.40 8.36 1.73 1.28 4.12 8.35 3.56 9.50 8.

04 1.04 5.73 10.43 2.27 3.38 1.06 2.32 4.54 8.47 3. OUT = Outward load capacity.02 4.09 2.99 13.39 0.39 6.58 2.71 1.41 IN OUT IN OUT SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 11100 11400 11700 12000 12300 12600 12900 13200 13500 13800 14100 14400 14700 15000 15300 15600 15900 16200 16500 16800 17100 17400 TL300/350 53 .81 2.33 1. 4.74 1.76 5.64 0.10 13.61 3.54 0.83 9.81 9.84 6.61 2.88 17.40 4.23 9.21 3.21 8.90 12.49 9.75 3.87 4.09 3.90 2.50 9.98 6.62 7.54 8.03 3.98 6.85 4.69 12.74 12.92 4.51 4.10 13.45 1.32 3.00 2.90 12.80 1.48 3.70 0.93 4.51 10.20 14.70 3.79 4.91 6.78 8.39 6.08 29.03 11.55 11.15 0.41 1.84 0.10 13.61 4.25 1.41 4.56 16.29 4.42 3.38 1.40 2.33 3.28 3.99 13.50 1.82 8.29 2.74 12.55 11.51 4.17 3.40 4.21 8.46 2.46 7.03 3.87 4.47 4.72 3.01 2.94 2.90 12.76 2.20 14.10 2.91 6.15 1.13 2.57 1.23 10.54 8.28 12.68 3.95 2.81 3.85 4.80 3.09 12.48 6.74 12.26 3.90 0.02 4.83 9.92 12.68 6.06 3.97 1.37 1.47 1.03 11.36 1.55 11.00 5.62 3.81 1.05 2.65 1.93 7.38 5.49 0.93 1.55 2.68 1.44 8.62 1.21 3.00 4.62 4.62 2.91 6.21 8.03 11.83 16.08 5.50 9.97 1.20 4.13 1.56 2.17 4.00 2.26 3.36 3.19 1.36 0.62 4.47 6.82 0.49 9.97 5.30 2.54 2.22 0.64 5.10 1.51 10.94 3.74 5.61 3.39 6.62 1.87 1.28 0.69 5.56 16.44 0.73 1.68 15.36 2.62 2.53 1.83 3.99 13.45 2.92 1.49 9.88 3.52 0.13 2.50 4.03 11.93 7.69 1.41 8.23 10.00 2.19 2.13 7.66 2.83 9.82 2.00 1.78 1.22 2.39 2.54 8.56 0.21 8.04 5.80 3.00 6.04 2.62 4.84 1.23 25.86 17.34 2.63 3.96 2.84 3.23 4.17 2.50 9.53 2.90 12.71 2.68 1.57 3.52 6.59 1.55 11.92 12.46 0.16 3.20 2.60 6.17 1.82 16.30 3.37 0.55 11.20 14.27 3.92 5.23 10.56 16.39 5.12 3.67 3.51 7.91 6.48 6.20 4.31 5.08 2.56 16.94 0.08 0.51 10.50 9.64 1.20 4.14 1.68 15.30 Bold capacities require grade 8.66 1.71 1.38 2.47 6.25 1.11 2.75 0.91 6.66 3.48 6.00 0.Limit state capacity tables Three lapped spans Three lapped spans Lap End span End span Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + Lap Three lapped span: Z30030 (kN/m) Three lapped span: Z35030 (kN/m) 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 9.69 2.20 14.08 0.38 2.20 4.89 5.04 2.82 1.42 5.94 0.78 2.96 14.29 4.17 1.21 0.28 0.99 13.85 4.96 3.54 1.74 12.19 4.66 1.83 2.58 16.78 1.91 1.49 2.40 1.40 4.92 12.97 6.90 12.74 12.08 3.03 1.16 4.71 5.67 4.89 4.54 2.03 3.01 1.90 12.69 1.44 3.73 2.33 2.46 7.34 6.30 10.02 0.90 1.43 2.66 2.62 1.42 4.82 8.15 4.50 1.87 2.43 1.84 3.91 6.85 2.66 3.38 5.23 14.13 7.30 0.07 3.64 7.46 7.15 1.25 2.44 3.10 13.93 7.07 2.34 3.81 3.41 4.92 12.82 0.01 3.08 5.83 1.84 2.66 4.51 0.59 1.68 15.05 8.46 7.41 0.60 8.91 1.79 2.32 3.47 9.27 7.94 2.96 18.92 2.20 1.41 4.31 3.10 13.80 4.87 19.10 2.59 5.49 0.20 14.34 1.47 5.26 2.56 16.51 10.67 3.83 7.62 6.54 8.07 0.30 3.99 13.62 4.45 5.23 1.10 16.82 8.67 1.10 13.88 0.72 1.64 5.90 2.53 4.46 17.41 2.78 2.69 1.91 6.20 14.86 2.53 7.80 2.99 13.73 16.62 1.87 0.90 3.20 14.92 12.27 5.60 0.52 3.78 1.30 3.49 2.50 1.70 1.02 4.71 5.26 2.56 6.72 1.02 1.44 0.57 2.54 8.07 3.82 13.50 9.40 4.75 2.97 0.08 17.46 7.57 1.78 2.8 purlin bolts.41 0.28 5.85 0.80 2.02 3.93 1.47 6.59 0.54 2.67 1. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.23 4.60 8.29 3.56 3.58 1.71 1.04 5. IN = Inward load capacity.89 2.80 3.91 6.95 2.47 0.70 5.83 9.15 1.90 1.90 2.21 8.18 3.39 6.61 4.92 0.44 1.51 4.39 0.55 2.14 0.15 6.96 16.74 0.64 1.60 8.15 1.76 4.39 0.8 bolt.12 3.05 4.32 2.31 Bridging > 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 Span 6000 (mm) 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10800 6.85 1.85 1.66 1.45 1.55 2.52 1.81 2.50 9.97 4.21 8.45 3.08 1.12 10.15 11.61 2.17 0.13 1.45 5.82 8.91 6.65 3.52 6.41 4.38 4.76 1.55 8.20 0.56 16.15 2.02 4.98 1.46 0.97 3.47 2.76 2.82 0.23 2.10 1.13 7.03 11.68 15.84 3.46 1.78 4.97 1.92 3.50 5.83 9.53 1.56 1.82 0.19 1.68 3.17 2.15 4.40 2.52 6.80 7.13 7.99 0.94 16.67 2.08 17.99 13.81 1.08 1.89 11.31 1.97 2.04 5.31 1.03 11.50 9.78 1.15 10.66 6.74 1.04 5.34 2.05 5.79 2.59 0.97 1.51 1.40 3.82 8.66 5.84 1.33 5.07 0.36 6.20 21.68 0.66 1.92 12.93 2.08 5.39 8.60 1.90 12.23 10.55 2.29 4.21 7.57 5.36 17.42 3.93 7.70 0.23 1.48 2.23 10.38 2.98 6.86 4.79 1.61 1.98 5.21 1.67 1.49 9.23 10.62 0.98 6.83 9.12 3.42 2.70 2.92 1.58 3.01 1.51 4.92 2.49 7.78 14.60 8.63 5.68 15.36 1.68 15.09 3.46 7.29 0. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.68 2.01 9.36 16.08 1.80 4.48 6.98 4.02 2.56 16.68 2.62 0.71 3.69 4.93 7.16 4.99 2.31 11.52 3.35 2.27 3.19 3.82 2.51 10.47 6.39 6.08 17.49 1.91 2.48 6.19 3.52 6.02 0.84 3.64 5.08 2.92 6.

30 11.8 bolt.29 21.63 4.16 3.64 3.96 13.70 7.1.88 4.36 3300 3600 3900 3.41 2.61 3.2.80 15.71 29.90 16.27 6.47 6.78 10.96 Four span: Z/C15024 (kN/m) IN OUT 1.62 54.62 1.2.18 23.56 SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm Four span: Z/C20015 (kN/m) IN Bridging > 0.15 3.33 5.78 62.41 3.87 1.60 18.76 13.59 12.41 2.92 2.30 11.55 2.40 1.80 15.57 8.29 Bold capacities require grade 8.97 3.26 7.96 17.81 10.82 10.13 2.75 117.80 1.60 12.76 8.18 88.62 6.98 2.82 10.76 7.33 4.47 55.34 1.35 16.30 10.52 4.1.66 11.92 1.85 8.00 10.64 3.25 4.92 7.62 6.22 5.64 4.41 6.60 18.10 14.75 2.20 5.10 13.15 2.10 13.10 14.57 3.3 0 1.25 4.64 6.52 2.62 5.03 10.3 Load for deflection span/150 Four span: Z/C10012 Four span: Z/C10015 (kN/m) (kN/m) IN OUT 0.81 10.85 5.62 5.78 OUT 0 1.90 15.32 3.62 21.77 4.10 11.86 21.80 36.67 Four span: Z/C10019 (kN/m) IN OUT 1.88 8.09 12. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.13 1.64 IN OUT 1.98 2.47 9.10 3.09 21.93 7.57 8.2.2.26 2.49 2.3 Load for deflection span/150 0.80 15.80 2.3 0 17.87 5.60 18.76 2.04 3.43 8.79 2.2.1.1.85 6.29 1.90 15.03 14.53 19.12 6.71 25.32 3.15 2.83 1.60 18.36 31.64 6.3 0 11.18 6.60 18.55 2.10 14.30 11.2.3 0 5.02 2.93 2.59 8.62 21.1.76 IN OUT 1.1.2.33 SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm Four span: Z/C15012 (kN/m) IN Bridging > 0.16 6.3 0 1.2.72 6.88 1.50 2.80 7.35 5.49 2.3 Load for deflection span/150 0.50 2.97 2.2.83 0.19 SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 3600 3900 F100/150/200 54 5.60 23.Limit state capacity tables Four continuous spans Four spans Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = 4 x span + 70 mm Four span: Z/C10010 (kN/m) IN Bridging > 0.47 14.78 18.36 9.18 6.84 2.75 21. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.90 15.60 12.09 5.02 0.60 18.23 1.3 Load for deflection span/150 17.36 9.96 13.22 7.80 17.04 8.64 4.92 Four span: Z/C20019 7.60 10.77 5.77 3.3 Load for deflection span/150 0.12 13.12 13.85 11.71 59.40 5.38 2.2.90 16.2.3 0 5.34 0.88 4.85 6.29 1.11 40.29 18.2.1.2.63 3.74 (kN/m) IN OUT 1.92 5.3 Load for deflection span/150 17.96 41.13 0.59 12.2.94 7.30 Four span: Z/C20024 (kN/m) IN OUT 0.64 4.3 OUT 0 1.02 3.64 3.42 10.77 4.10 14.1.63 4.35 5.10 13.3 Span 2100 (mm) 2400 2700 3000 3300 10.61 12.61 3.61 2.04 5.2.36 9.34 3.95 11.1.64 6.96 13.60 3.35 5.90 7.26 7.3 Load for deflection span/150 7.78 4.3 Load for deflection span/150 10.20 5.99 Four span: Z/C15015 Four span: Z/C15019 (kN/m) (kN/m) IN OUT 0.90 16.22 5.22 7.92 5.52 9.77 8.60 7.45 3.30 1. .75 21.82 4.09 5.3 Load for deflection span/150 1.36 8.77 7.26 41.97 5.49 21.04 8.00 Span 2100 (mm) 2400 2700 3000 4.1.42 1.04 8.26 7.92 7.64 5.2.98 2.43 8.85 17.3 0 1.2.77 7.8 purlin bolts.52 4.13 2.33 14.3 OUT 0 1.53 10. IN = Inward load capacity.80 5.34 1.22 7.20 2.3 0 11.74 30.66 11.77 4.2.18 6.1.27 4.49 1.18 17.43 41.94 2.66 11.92 5.58 1.14 78.12 10.81 10.80 2.41 6.51 9.76 2.62 6.58 1.85 8.59 12.64 2.88 1.3 Load for deflection span/150 0.36 5.18 15.18 30.3 Load for deflection span/150 0.92 7.2. OUT = Outward load capacity.57 10.28 1.73 1.82 5.25 4.2.29 11.77 3300 3600 3900 1.09 27.92 1.25 4.45 3.62 5.43 22.72 7.12 13.88 4.55 4.97 4.60 3.2.15 3.2.41 3.36 Span 2100 (mm) 2400 2700 3000 6.57 8.

43 0.57 1.64 2.53 1.90 1.38 1.71 11.87 2.67 3.41 2.43 8.92 1.22 3.35 2.05 2.35 5.87 1.64 0.70 6.41 2.06 0.68 0.80 1.37 2.27 0.46 2.8 bolt.28 0.73 1.87 1.58 0.05 3.65 1.25 0.50 5.44 2.42 IN 0 1 3 0 1 2 IN OUT 2.98 1.73 0.73 1.18 1.00 1.38 0.41 7.79 2.03 0.20 1.56 0.87 1.50 3.47 8.84 0.01 1.33 3.03 5.19 1.24 1.22 1.09 0.56 6.66 1.60 1.97 7.73 0.16 12.43 3.83 1.50 0.92 0.38 1.04 4.80 4.71 0.28 1.82 11.56 6.52 0.56 7.33 4.69 1.17 1.97 10.03 5.87 2.90 2.67 0.64 0.46 1.3 0 1 2 3 Load for defl'n span/150 Span 2100 (mm) 2400 2700 3000 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 9.44 2.88 0.92 11.84 0.73 0.67 1.59 0.45 1.01 1.47 8.50 5.98 1.99 0.03 5.89 0. In mixed spans.34 9.98 5.05 1.33 1.64 0.23 0.33 6.51 0.94 9.21 1.88 1.61 1.25 5.75 0.51 2.12 1.41 0.94 0.39 4.05 2.71 0.33 4.51 0.28 1.73 2.3 Load for defl'n span/150 IN OUT 0 1.83 5.34 1.31 1.35 5.32 1.64 0.47 7.45 0.08 1.30 0.35 8.58 1.61 1.82 1.66 0.27 8.30 4.65 6.42 8.11 0.34 4.97 0.05 2.71 1.93 2.43 3.67 0.98 1.04 4.06 1.60 1.69 0.34 1.69 1.73 3.50 4.76 0.45 0.03 0.57 0.51 3.37 2.25 3.61 1.04 5.83 0.94 0. 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 8.69 0.45 7.64 2.65 0.50 0.09 1.62 0.87 1.19 3.63 1.81 0.51 3.53 0.98 1.23 1.81 0.57 15.00 2.83 1.64 1.90 3.64 15.64 1.27 9.87 0.73 0.90 2.64 2.06 0.38 1.90 2.47 0.94 0.79 0.49 0.11 3.60 4.68 2.56 0.65 5.59 0.51 2.96 4.90 2.77 0.51 3.69 3.90 3.16 11.63 0.89 1.81 0.83 0.83 5.30 0.48 0.21 1.38 1.67 9.51 3.90 0.66 0.30 4.08 2.95 0.42 7.77 3.68 0.06 1.96 3.27 1.41 15.91 1.19 1.31 Bold capacities require grade 8.12 1.51 1.98 3.91 2.01 1.56 1.45 5.57 0.09 0.54 1. IN = Inward load capacity.56 2.85 2.51 3.76 0.21 0.54 0.04 2.04 6.77 0.64 11.11 0.67 2.20 1.87 0.72 0.29 OUT 2 Four lapped span: Z10012 (kN/m) Load for deflect'n span/150 Four lapped span: Z10015 (kN/m) Four lapped span: Z10012/10019 (kN/m) Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Four lapped span: Z10019 (kN/m) IN Load for defl'n 3 span/150 0 1 OUT 2.33 4.84 0.23 1.57 0.77 0.32 2.19 3.09 0.10 4.68 8.57 1.63 2.53 4.06 1.57 15.17 3.50 3.02 0.22 6.87 1.11 2.95 0.91 2.Limit state capacity tables Four lapped spans Four lapped spans Lap End span End span Overall purlin length = Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Four lapped span: Z10010/10015 Four lapped span: Z10010 (kN/m) IN OUT (kN/m) Bridging > 0 1.56 6.93 0.77 0.90 4.78 1.42 0.54 1.66 2.56 7.33 5.20 1.33 6.20 2.51 0.71 0.50 5.42 0.71 1.69 2.35 4. 2.13 0.91 0.92 0.16 11.20 2.71 0.80 1.71 1.16 11.32 0.43 6.92 1.28 1.75 0.33 1.22 0.51 0.11 3.43 1.45 1.57 0.82 2.11 1.61 1.10 1.80 0.55 1.3 OUT 0 1 2.03 5.23 IN Bridging > 0 1.16 1.85 3.31 1.10 4.87 1.35 2.54 0.69 1.32 2.59 0.19 3.46 0.38 1.75 0.04 6.18 0.32 2.09 1.58 0.44 0.59 12.19 1.52 0.68 0.44 1.29 2.52 0.70 0.12 8.35 1.50 0.37 0.63 0.47 5.32 1.81 2.69 0.62 0.27 7.80 1.87 1.28 1.53 1.27 9.40 0.80 6.57 15.69 2.55 0.31 4.41 0.59 0.92 1.21 1.80 0.44 2.34 0.62 0.99 4.51 1.45 1.65 0.83 0.97 7.54 1.61 0.13 0.99 0.82 11.67 1.98 1.16 11.40 0.48 0.40 0.37 4.97 3.14 1.06 5.61 0.56 0.80 0.03 5.61 9.15 0.34 4.23 0.03 5.72 0.47 0.39 3.72 0.67 0.13 0.91 7.51 2.27 1.76 3.53 0.25 2.35 1.82 11.65 6.54 1.73 2.12 0.98 0.79 1.99 0.47 1.74 0.40 4.69 2.52 0.47 8.50 5.47 8. 2.19 0.29 8.92 1.44 0.46 3.89 1.88 2.27 1.76 3.03 0.33 4.76 1.57 0.08 5.57 16.64 2.85 2.06 0.36 0.84 1.52 1.10 4.27 9.40 0.34 0.34 4.32 1.27 1.08 2.83 1.44 8.69 0.23 1.62 6.47 0.56 0.03 2.19 1.10 4.47 6.34 4.46 0. 2.61 0.53 0.22 0.32 5.98 2.83 6.97 0.93 0.47 0.63 1. the thicker section is used in the end spans.38 0.76 0.69 0.45 4.12 0.05 4.33 3.19 5.89 1.07 7.63 1.48 0.3 0 1.87 2.56 3.33 0.73 2.56 0.62 0.47 8.82 0.77 0.50 0.19 3.68 0.51 1.95 0.83 1.91 1.90 4.82 0.95 1.72 0.30 4.41 3.83 0.40 1.57 0.35 5.54 7.32 1.10 11.16 11. 3 0 1 8.69 2.10 2.87 0.38 1.51 0.51 0.73 2.62 0.57 15.77 0.47 7.98 0.44 1.42 7.94 0.47 7.98 1.16 1.02 0.64 0.01 1.60 2.22 1.48 0.41 11.80 1.13 4.11 1.92 4.83 0.47 8.95 0.19 3. OUT = Outward load capacity.70 2.01 0.71 0.41 0.60 0.71 1.08 2.48 1.81 5.41 3.02 0.05 0.17 2.56 1.35 0.41 11.33 6.85 1.34 0.32 2.54 0.56 0.92 0.25 1.33 6.84 0.13 0.58 12.90 1.76 3.41 1.07 0.97 7.56 6.19 1.06 2.14 6. FL100 55 .65 0. 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 Span 2100 (mm) 2400 2700 3000 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7.03 0.23 1.01 1.95 1.91 1.82 11.84 2.8 purlin bolts.11 3.38 0.31 1.99 0.83 5.96 1.04 6.51 2.89 2.65 6.45 4.35 2.88 0.47 8.83 1. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.20 1.90 1.69 2.49 0.2.57 0.65 6.64 1.19 1.24 1.20 2.54 0.83 0.36 1.75 0.57 0.43 1.80 0.20 1.67 0.26 0.51 2.64 0.45 2.52 0.51 3.83 9.38 1.55 4.87 0.35 5.48 0.07 1.30 4.68 0.58 8.57 15.30 1.02 0.80 1.36 0.48 0.08 1.09 1.74 1.55 8.85 0.79 0.91 0.51 1.88 0.64 0. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.16 11.74 0.56 0.60 1.41 11.59 2.59 2.67 0.91 1.37 2.76 3.38 1.67 1.19 2.21 1.88 0.49 0.42 0.51 1.31 7.11 3.15 3.23 1.65 6.56 6.35 2.88 0.80 1.52 0.82 11.34 4.40 8.95 0.34 3.36 2.40 2.45 4.75 0.34 1.05 4.10 1.40 7.92 1.61 1.19 2.99 0.98 1.83 7.64 0.46 0.81 0.37 2.48 1.90 4.87 0.88 0.35 4.60 0.79 0.88 4.09 0.01 3.71 0.65 5.

41 0.72 1.40 7.68 2.52 0.84 1.64 7.76 0.46 0.21 4.16 3.84 0.18 0.72 1.45 4.40 3.26 3.00 1.79 0.60 1.80 2.65 0.95 2.94 1.64 0.79 2.17 6.54 1.53 0.34 3.07 1.73 0.29 0.92 1.68 9.79 2.13 1.89 3.79 0.32 1.42 3.69 0.02 1.53 0.80 0.49 0.19 2.54 1.70 0.34 3.64 0.53 1.95 1.05 3.98 0.10 2.13 0.41 1.72 0.99 1.72 1.54 2.47 0.82 6.16 2.3 OUT 0 1 2 3 Load for defl'n span/150 Four lapped span: Z15015 (kN/m) IN 0 1 OUT 2. the thicker section is used in the end spans.45 6.65 0.62 1.54 0.29 4.59 0.72 1.46 0.79 2.54 3.30 9.22 1.55 1.17 6.34 3.40 7.90 0.65 0.71 5.52 0.55 2.51 1.66 3.87 0.57 0.45 1.84 4. FL150.24 4.49 5.63 1.56 0.21 5.68 12.93 2.18 0.16 2.71 1.38 1.54 2.72 1.21 8.03 0.44 0.41 0.64 6.15 2.85 0.40 1.63 5.88 1.03 0.33 0.84 3.1 56 .82 0.20 4.61 0.86 0.75 1.95 7.65 2.60 3.50 0.75 1.59 0.00 0.80 0.19 7.66 3.99 0.80 1.42 2.72 0.18 0.21 4.55 1.78 1.86 0.40 0.92 0.79 1.66 3.40 0.42 0.21 5.10 1.88 4.74 0.66 1.95 7.71 5.17 6.76 0.90 4.43 0.21 4.48 0. In mixed spans.74 0.13 1.38 1.08 0.88 4.63 0.78 2.54 0.88 1.59 0.84 1.93 4.88 4.83 0.72 1.45 0.40 7.20 3.47 0.74 0.71 6.2.67 1.66 3.71 0.31 1.30 3.76 0.99 1.19 2.86 0.86 0.11 1.73 1.68 1.70 2.35 6.79 0.81 0.65 0.44 2.23 1.70 2.75 6.72 1.3 OUT 0 1 2 Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) 3 Load for defl'n span/150 IN 0 1.76 0.42 1.36 Bold capacities require grade 8.24 1.57 5.70 0.07 3.40 3.40 7.67 0.60 0.51 0.68 0.11 1.29 1.95 7.66 3.08 2.95 9.87 0.46 0.88 0.76 1.99 1.40 15.40 0.84 4.56 3.45 0.45 4.22 2.25 0.62 1.95 1.40 1.54 0.93 1.26 1.31 1.52 0.51 0.70 0.35 1.92 1.27 2.41 0.45 4.41 0.63 5.16 3.63 2. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.85 5.84 5.71 1.95 1.84 3.87 0.68 0.63 1.36 0.10 2.48 3.16 2.63 0.65 0.41 0.61 0.95 7.66 2.59 0.57 0.91 0.24 1.10 1.03 1.39 2.16 2.72 0.57 2.58 0.21 5.94 0.20 4.14 1.84 1.84 4.21 2.55 1.35 2.54 0.92 2.40 2.18 0.22 2.8 bolt.15 1.34 4.25 1.57 1.3 0 1 2 3 Load for defl'n span/150 6.72 6.94 0.10 3.59 0.88 4.63 5.75 2.05 3.54 2.71 5.84 1.63 0.10 1.58 2.69 0.92 1.54 1. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.70 0.43 0.98 0.80 1.07 0.03 1.15 2.22 2.Limit state capacity tables Four lapped spans Four lapped spans Lap End span End span Overall purlin length = Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Four lapped span: Z15012/15019 (kN/m) Four lapped span: Z15012 (kN/m) IN Bridging > 0 Span 3000 (mm) 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 6.57 0.91 1.07 0.00 1.60 0.15 1.42 1.59 0.55 0.91 1.80 4.81 7.68 1.92 0.40 1.38 0.68 9.40 7.71 0.46 1.45 4.90 0.97 2.00 4.88 0.25 1.20 4.41 2.27 1.84 3.48 1.71 5.82 0.40 0.66 3.83 4.40 0.31 4.42 2.20 1.43 1.01 1.09 3.16 3.21 3.30 2.20 3.18 1.64 0.63 1.45 0.64 0.41 1.68 9.94 0.13 1.93 2.43 0.79 0.44 0.41 0.81 0.75 2.83 1.88 5.93 2.30 0.50 0.47 0.17 6.55 0.62 5.89 2.75 6.53 0.48 0.89 0.06 1.43 2.64 6.10 1. OUT = Outward load capacity.27 0.84 3.07 4.75 6.51 1.08 1.98 0.66 3.69 0. IN = Inward load capacity.17 1.03 5.90 1.25 1.06 1.04 1.17 11.43 1.29 1.27 0.21 5.02 0.80 0.38 1.19 3.64 6.86 1.93 2.72 1.44 0.31 0.12 4.91 5.68 0.72 1.92 0.54 0.68 9.19 3.84 4.29 0.62 0.84 3.54 7.81 1.31 0.04 3.75 2.65 0.54 1.39 0.05 1.32 5.18 1.98 1.58 0.64 2.75 4.48 0.40 2.55 0.47 0.66 2.75 9.74 0.68 9.78 0.53 0.92 0.46 1.18 1.75 6.80 2.89 0.63 0.16 1.80 1.69 0.37 2.08 0.12 0.63 5.2.63 5.79 1.00 0.69 0.8 purlin bolts.64 6.95 7.93 3.78 0.50 3.

91 2.56 13.02 5.07 1.11 1.15 13.85 0.45 0.36 1.92 0.51 1.95 4.44 0.26 2.97 2.90 0. FL150.83 1.70 0.98 0.01 0.74 1.55 1.67 7.83 1.91 1.97 0.98 1.90 0.72 1.72 Load for defl'n span/150 16.98 6.42 2.64 0.70 2.78 0.82 11.29 1. 3 0 1 2 3 12.11 12.44 0.09 1.30 0.32 1.75 0.67 0.88 3.54 2.61 9.49 1.79 9.82 0.09 3.80 0.8 purlin bolts.40 3.12 1.74 0.14 1.35 Bold capacities require grade 8.56 2.51 1.46 0.50 0.87 1.78 8.20 5.29 5.26 4.34 3.79 0.28 2.42 7.73 0.81 2.46 0.12 2.79 15.30 1.43 5.88 3.59 7.61 0.82 6.61 1.42 3.15 0.79 14.66 1.09 3.22 5.51 1.36 1.70 1.20 13.42 0.69 0.37 0.78 0.61 0.82 1.27 2.60 0.96 6.10 1.67 3.28 0.61 9.39 5.84 0.19 11.34 3.83 0.34 1.93 1.44 11.79 7.82 3.57 18.01 Load for defl'n span/150 21.56 2.88 2.81 1.15 1.24 1.28 1.64 0.41 0.58 0.67 0.42 1.60 0.98 0.37 7.73 0.68 1.81 0.64 0.37 9.00 1.81 1.82 1.93 1.26 4.11 4.12 1.48 1.18 3.49 3.45 4.47 5.94 1.07 3.58 0.99 0.53 1.34 2.07 3.37 2.39 1.88 3.04 1.79 9.15 2.51 3.74 3.93 0.27 7.17 7.76 0.38 9.14 2.98 0.10 4.03 3.70 2.58 3.05 8.04 5.81 1.78 4.67 0.79 9.02 2.14 0.14 9.2 57 .02 5.18 1.72 0.88 3.50 1.01 5.61 9.99 1.48 2.42 0.68 4.16 5.35 Four lapped span: Z15024 (kN/m) IN 0 1 OUT 2 3 0 1 2 3 11.64 13.20 1.45 0.66 0.94 7.15 1.24 1.97 1.32 5.49 0.48 4.39 0.92 5.65 0.70 0.29 1.25 3.16 2.58 3.26 1.72 0.49 0.26 1.67 0.64 3.38 0.42 Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) IN 0 9.61 9.57 0.63 2.34 3.55 4.30 0.20 12.78 0.94 6.73 0.05 8.66 1.20 1.89 0.37 9.71 18.52 1.92 5.47 0.61 0.81 0.56 0.03 1.73 0.93 1.59 6.59 6.21 0.21 9.96 1.71 8.59 3.05 1.29 4.58 0.53 0.38 9.29 2.94 6.47 0.93 4.34 1.92 4.88 1.09 1.89 15.19 11.21 11.23 3.71 1.59 6.16 4.88 4.49 1.53 0.28 1.97 0.87 0.09 0.47 0.85 0.40 1 OUT 2.21 11.70 1.34 8.80 3.05 8.41 1.36 0.27 6.75 1.52 0.82 0.89 4.39 2.37 9.94 7. IN = Inward load capacity.90 0.61 0.43 2.45 3.80 2.80 0.27 2.88 3.79 15.48 0.16 5.08 1.19 11.76 2.37 3.42 0.65 2.64 1.00 0.57 0.68 0.40 0.90 0.36 0.92 5.63 1.48 0.64 1.20 1.43 5.75 0.54 0.22 4.19 11. In mixed spans.70 1.64 1.03 2.66 1.19 1.33 0.21 11.41 0.63 3.26 2.80 1.51 1.07 0.60 1.43 5.63 1.56 2.37 8.44 0.49 1.75 15.27 1.52 0.87 0.30 1.87 1.33 1.61 7.41 3.99 1.27 3.21 1.34 5.27 2.48 0.84 0.16 3.56 0.17 1.91 1.35 2.46 0.46 0.77 3.05 0.07 0.61 4.50 0.88 1.90 0.38 1.66 0.81 1.68 0.64 1.43 1.05 0.91 2.78 1.27 2.95 1.55 0.45 4.56 0.97 0.71 3.74 1.27 7.88 3.77 4.Limit state capacity tables Four lapped spans Four lapped spans Lap End span End span IN Bridging > 0 Span 3000 (mm) 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10800 9.91 2.12 0.64 1.74 1.20 11.02 2.48 1.05 8.62 0.29 7.79 0.29 0.41 1.07 1.51 0.77 7.69 0.97 15.43 2.55 0.40 1.82 6.75 3.20 2.34 8.83 1.92 1.42 0.26 4.94 0. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.94 7.33 11.44 1.63 0.08 0.07 3.84 0.86 0.88 3.82 5.83 0.47 2.57 0.51 1.04 0.79 9.66 2.64 1.82 5.60 2.70 1.99 1.21 1.82 6.60 0.01 0.77 1.39 0.60 0.72 0.73 16.34 2.16 1.94 2.79 9.78 0.71 18.37 9.36 1.15 1.37 5.19 4.45 1.89 3.93 2.34 3.12 1.34 8.56 2.71 18.68 0.94 7.57 0.74 1.81 0.47 3.14 1.56 2.71 2.97 0.40 0.05 8.92 5.41 1 OUT 2 3 0 1 2 3 13.52 1.56 4.20 0.94 0. the thicker section is used in the end spans.94 1.27 4.71 0.53 0.19 2.20 13.45 1.44 SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 11100 11400 11700 0.8 bolt.11 1.21 0.80 1.14 1.76 0.92 5.83 1.45 0.14 0.91 2.68 0.90 0.55 0.24 1.92 1.64 13.06 8.28 4.78 0.50 0.27 2.11 9.33 1.03 3.19 9.56 3.81 0.55 0.64 1.63 0.54 1.39 6.75 0.05 0.20 13. OUT = Outward load capacity.55 1.47 0.99 3.65 2.83 1.04 0.73 1.43 2.19 0.03 1.02 2.82 6.46 7.54 0.97 0.91 0.44 0.05 2.24 1.66 0.83 9.97 1.90 0.21 10.61 0.62 0.59 5.11 12.42 2.47 5.00 4.43 4.56 0.03 1.49 0.64 Overall purlin length = Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Four lapped span: Z15019 (kN/m) Four lapped span: Z15015/15024 (kN/m) Load for defl'n span/150 20.85 0.21 1.51 1.03 2.55 2.54 0.32 2.09 2.82 1.27 7.71 13.40 3.12 1.80 0.79 9.19 0.54 0.67 1.11 12.43 5.01 1.20 13.72 1.58 1.60 0.33 0.42 0.68 0.67 0.58 0.64 13.64 13.02 1.56 4.49 0.81 2.30 0.57 1.34 0.59 6.11 2.74 1.41 2.80 1.24 0.70 0.41 0.22 1.25 5.00 1.80 3.16 5.11 2.98 1.11 2.27 6.26 1.95 2.03 1.02 1.43 9.29 12.42 1.41 3.60 0.91 2.59 5.34 1.71 18.96 2.29 3.88 3.23 6.88 3.28 5.64 11.27 2.64 2.79 15.81 4.52 0.90 0.42 0.51 0.15 1.93 1.93 0.79 15.83 1.05 6.69 5.05 1.01 1. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.70 6.53 0.71 2.96 0.90 2.09 1.11 12.76 0.50 2.55 0.43 5.86 0.64 13.21 11.71 18.13 7.56 4.43 1.36 1.70 2.79 8.20 7.31 2.59 6.45 2.34 8.68 4.80 1.61 11.88 3.34 2.34 1.18 1.71 18.11 12.15 0.34 0.65 0.97 1.27 1.18 1.23 1.53 2.55 0.64 1.47 2.82 1.70 1.82 1.73 0.56 4.92 1.45 4.38 2.88 3.81 4.05 2.56 1.87 0.61 0.00 3.88 0.37 2.

88 0.93 0. the thicker section is used in the end spans.91 0.05 3.47 2.69 0.46 2.65 0.74 5.60 8.93 5.08 4.18 1.82 0.86 0.87 25.53 4.09 1. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.51 0.16 1.74 5.69 18.81 4.60 8.44 1.66 0.52 0.07 0.78 0.82 4.08 4.73 10.60 1.60 2.55 1.20 5.14 1.35 1.58 0.89 0.00 0.60 8.40 2.34 1.47 0.22 1.76 1.16 1.91 2.02 0.02 1.47 1.43 1.67 1.11 1.22 1.93 0.73 0.78 0.88 0.60 2.82 4.65 1.42 Load for deflection span/150 24.33 2.97 0.74 5.73 0. In mixed spans.83 0.45 4.13 1.28 1.91 1.48 0.53 5.85 3.42 0.72 0.35 9.79 4.53 3.69 0. 3 0 1 2 3 Span 3000 (mm) 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10800 10.69 0.11 6.94 SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 0.69 1.56 0.11 1.33 2.56 0. IN = Inward load capacity.47 6.90 1.10 2.60 8.51 2.73 0.57 12.62 7.60 2.60 1.82 4.08 4.35 1.75 7.18 32.60 1.25 1.8 bolt.63 0.61 0.08 4.99 0. 2.43 0.41 0.73 0.76 1.85 0.28 2.22 7.45 0.85 3.42 2.93 0.75 2.05 3.02 1.73 0.40 0.78 0.30 8.16 1.51 0.24 4.15 1.75 11.75 2.73 1.64 0.35 9.68 Bold capacities require grade 8.51 0.93 0.78 0.96 1.57 10.37 1.84 1.85 0.05 8.14 1.33 2.74 1.77 0.71 0.08 1.40 14.64 3.11 6.47 1.54 0.11 6.78 0.53 5.99 2.69 3.62 7.Limit state capacity tables Four lapped spans Four lapped spans Lap End span End span Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Four lapped span: Z20015 (kN/m) IN Four lapped span: Z20015/20024 (kN/m) OUT Bridging > 0 1.58 2.71 0.53 5.64 3.52 1.11 1.35 1.10 1.74 5. 3 11.32 1.70 0.74 0.62 7.44 2.25 1.00 0.32 1.55 1.20 5.65 0.91 1.71 0.55 5.86 0.44 0.94 0.28 2.22 1.47 0.78 3.50 1.45 10.22 7.02 0.28 2.23 2.69 1.53 0.67 0.94 0.87 Load for deflection span/150 44.93 0.74 1.92 2.28 2.90 0.03 3.84 1.53 5.54 7.48 1.18 1.83 0.24 1.44 2.02 2.80 2.08 2.47 1.05 3.93 0.07 5.30 3.62 7.43 1.85 3.35 9.64 0.47 2.81 0.47 6.60 8.60 0.20 5.22 1.45 4.00 0.65 0.54 1.23 1.72 3.1 58 .05 8.07 5.47 6.69 0.23 2.57 0.45 4.55 1.60 1.22 1.50 3.24 2.16 1. OUT = Outward load capacity.60 0.91 1.38 1.47 6.65 0.09 19.08 4.36 1.74 5.46 3.77 0.06 0.02 0.53 4.47 10.62 7.80 0.11 1.69 1.98 3.20 5.87 11.05 8.51 0.57 0.53 0.47 6.65 0.47 3.22 7.82 10.16 6.47 2.82 0.91 2.58 15.16 1.85 3.02 1.60 0.91 1. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.91 1.21 1.05 8.08 2.42 10.79 0.30 3.99 0.75 2.30 3.44 11.46 3.53 2.05 3.35 9.37 4.55 3.60 0.53 1.62 6.88 0.33 2.89 1.91 2.08 1.27 1.74 1.05 8. 3 0 1 2.30 3.32 1.64 3.25 1.11 6.23 2.21 1.64 3.07 10.45 4.48 0.21 1.67 4.06 0.24 1.75 2.14 1.22 7.99 0.12 1.68 0.48 11.8 purlin bolts.46 3.12 0.16 6.69 1.02 0.55 IN OUT 0 1.50 2.47 1.16 1.95 1.99 8.35 9.55 0.70 1.53 4. FL200.12 1.30 1.01 0.91 2.05 8.08 2. 2.82 11100 11400 11700 12000 0.06 0.92 2.53 5.82 4.98 3.82 0.22 1.60 2.12 1.84 1.43 1.53 4.

62 0.72 11.49 11.34 1.06 5.65 14.86 4.73 0.72 11.42 2.51 18.99 2.45 12.71 17.43 2.71 16.76 2.35 2.16 4.72 0.71 16.23 3.22 1.23 3.43 7800 1.07 6.77 1.58 1.61 2.99 0.38 13.90 6.96 1.46 4.3 0 1 2 3 span/150 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 span/150 0 1 2.56 6.13 4800 4.99 8.77 2.38 2.84 7.73 7.07 0.88 1.70 1.23 4.97 1.55 3.55 2.72 11.70 3.8 bolt.27 6.82 5.12 1.73 5400 3.52 14.79 0.12 1.07 3.59 16.19 5.43 3.16 3.66 12.49 11.73 7.99 2.38 13.11 1.23 2.46 10.77 2.11 3600 8.27 2.83 2.79 9900 0.57 10.85 1.98 0.49 11.66 0.58 1.94 1.61 2.26 7.68 1.24 1.84 7.08 8700 0.82 5.46 9.33 0.36 1.60 0.72 1.10 0.02 2.12 7.24 2.71 17.83 2.Limit state capacity tables Four lapped spans Four lapped spans Lap End span End span Overall purlin length = Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Four lapped span: Z20019 (kN/m) IN Bridging > 0 Span 3000 14.58 0.29 12.44 5.23 2.99 2.60 1.38 13.32 3.08 2.23 2.61 1.56 2.26 7.84 6.26 Bold capacities require grade 8.62 26.94 1.54 1.38 2.48 8.52 14.99 8.52 14.59 0.45 12.83 2.50 0.34 1.19 1.55 1.44 5.38 3.75 7200 1.77 2.01 9.68 1.94 1.40 3.15 1.01 0.68 1.71 14.24 2.52 5.94 2.95 3.70 1.33 11.57 10.75 5.27 6.8 purlin bolts.42 2.39 1.81 1.56 1.94 0.32 2.99 9.73 18.06 0.67 0.47 13.46 4.98 1.89 1.57 10.22 2.65 1.78 8.98 0.43 0.85 1.05 7.23 SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 11100 11400 11700 12000 0.67 2.61 2.43 1.57 16.00 18.91 2.00 4.43 2.35 2.70 4.92 0.85 0.63 1.41 0.07 6.71 0.85 1.37 3.78 8.31 4.53 3.41 11.66 1.20 1.12 2.59 4.52 5.57 10.17 1.78 5.23 2.91 1.20 6600 1.04 4.77 8.82 5.70 1.07 3.47 0.43 1.05 18.56 0.13 1.29 11.63 9.75 0.73 7.99 9.86 4.14 3.46 4.04 15.68 10500 0.54 1.08 2.90 9.82 5.91 9300 0.07 3.71 16.86 3.66 7.56 6.77 1.45 0.48 5.75 5.05 0.41 2.16 4.49 11.66 4.89 0.27 6.83 2.49 4.40 5.48 8.49 4.66 7.55 3.55 2.93 1.44 6.25 1.68 3.73 0.18 1.75 4.52 5.04 15.71 17.08 1.20 1.21 2.77 1.53 0.26 7.31 4.26 6.29 12.06 1.24 1.52 5.43 2.99 9000 0.65 2.06 9.05 1.80 1.43 18.92 3900 7.68 5.22 2.97 0.65 3.67 2.46 3.55 3.78 8.08 1.75 46.45 12.21 2.91 FL200.45 34.55 3.72 0.43 3.81 5.86 3.43 3.04 1.07 8.73 7.35 2.07 1.53 2.04 15.14 1.95 0.60 0.40 5.71 16.31 4200 6.99 2.65 1.29 12.05 15.38 13.04 1.41 1.35 9.71 17.12 2.52 18.76 1.38 1.37 3.08 1.04 15.48 8.26 18.52 5.80 3. OUT = Outward load capacity.75 2.86 4.56 18.99 9. IN = Inward load capacity.81 1.69 1.86 1.36 7.25 2.52 14.84 7.71 17.42 1.28 1.73 1.16 1.41 0.33 5.23 5700 2.46 4.72 11.31 4.81 0.66 7.40 1.56 2.14 1.74 2.08 1.99 8.00 4.04 15.56 25.73 7.52 14.46 2.08 1.29 1.75 5.01 9.06 1.62 1.71 1.23 3.07 3.88 1.48 8.28 1.00 2.65 14.53 1.22 3.65 2.53 0.49 11.23 2.43 1.37 3.64 0.09 1.92 0.75 5.58 32.85 5.01 9.18 26.27 6.91 2.24 1.48 8.28 1.10 0.24 2.56 2.08 2.64 0.51 0.36 13.25 2.00 4.27 1.99 0.63 9.24 2.57 2.91 1.94 16.60 0.27 6.66 7.47 13.60 2.25 2.04 1.99 9.70 3.2/250.35 16.78 18.27 1.72 11.57 1.64 0.57 2.58 7500 1.07 0.04 15.65 14.60 1.44 2.48 6300 2.54 2.45 2.84 7.55 1.53 4.75 5.21 2.08 1.82 6000 2.18 0.96 6900 1.54 1.01 9.61 2.00 4.71 17.52 14.84 7.55 1.29 12.26 7.68 5.44 5.87 1.47 13.19 18.70 3.86 4.53 3.26 7.07 6.11 1.04 3.72 11.04 1.99 9.99 8.48 0.45 0.57 1.23 2.88 1.37 1.63 9.08 1.75 1.95 3.37 3.13 9.07 6.11 0.68 1.77 1.77 1.65 14.91 1.65 2.07 3.47 13.63 9.23 2.26 1.87 2.43 5.55 0.48 5.02 0.43 3.37 1.07 3.10 4.55 1.80 1.57 2.85 0.71 17.83 0.26 6.78 0.57 10.29 12.70 1.89 1.86 2.88 1.02 4.91 1.24 16.01 6.27 1.50 0.63 0.41 1.31 4.71 2. In mixed spans.65 3.22 2.18 0.58 3.69 1.26 0.82 0.12 2.52 1.33 7.16 1.07 6.42 2.36 5100 3.93 0.54 1.71 16.81 1.54 1.23 2.91 1.23 2.53 1.46 1.95 1.71 16.86 3.28 3.59 OUT Four lapped span: Z20024 (kN/m) Load for defl'n Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) IN OUT Four lapped span: Z25019 (kN/m) Load for defl'n IN Load for defl'n OUT 1 2.52 14.86 3.01 9.86 9600 0.63 5.05 0.82 5.44 0.82 1.01 4.89 0.57 10.40 0.86 4. the thicker section is used in the end spans.78 8.56 6.47 13.46 1.75 0.79 1.66 4.93 3.48 8.47 13.26 35.91 1.00 16.23 3.00 4.68 5.31 2.40 5.80 0.68 16.43 20.50 4.63 1.24 2.97 0.64 1.18 8400 1.55 3.31 4.85 3.95 3.46 4.21 (mm) 3300 11.40 5.18 1.40 1.3 0 1 2 3 span/150 18.78 8.40 3.57 2.09 1.43 2.49 11.45 13.70 1.91 0.77 2.89 0. 1.36 1.38 2.31 0.94 1.85 0.53 3.63 9.73 10200 0.73 7.99 8.79 1.30 8100 1.87 4. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.75 6.40 6.06 0.38 1.42 2.85 4.10 7.63 10800 0.68 5.47 20.79 0.02 2.21 1.28 1.67 0.21 2.59 1.08 1.47 13.21 2. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.44 5.70 0.91 2.70 3.96 1.16 4.78 8.36 1.16 4.1 59 .14 1.42 1.59 6.69 1.01 9.38 13.19 1.47 0.65 14.55 3.06 1.05 1.53 3.33 0.66 3.65 2.06 1.95 3.37 1.75 18.76 1.52 11.40 2.21 3.87 1.64 1.55 3.91 2.56 6.71 1.86 3.08 1.49 16.45 12.34 2.43 3.99 9.04 15.00 2.13 42.68 5.48 1.26 7.29 12.50 0.81 2.48 1.83 18.34 1.56 6.34 2.23 2.65 14.94 0.38 13.66 4.09 4500 5.05 0.41 0.59 57.45 12.63 9.65 14.94 2.16 1.37 5.18 1.73 4.54 0.64 1.42 2.44 2.14 1.22 20.46 1.40 5.91 1.46 1.08 2.66 7.70 18.81 1.25 1.74 16.08 0.30 10.95 3.87 0.45 12.66 4.

53 1.31 8.30 2.49 2.71 17.19 3.09 1.69 2.04 15.60 IN OUT 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 18.09 2.55 3.58 9.37 8.30 1.75 2.05 1.30 2.80 0.28 3.50 33.71 17.38 2.34 18.75 3.39 4.79 2.23 1.03 10.49 6.90 14.30 0.01 6.47 13.31 2.73 44.17 0.16 3.26 0.08 0.72 15.13 1.05 4.05 2.28 1.14 18.02 1.97 13.8 purlin bolts.28 3.80 9.49 6.37 8.95 3.86 1.31 2.89 1.86 1.58 9.45 12.12 10.04 14.37 6.26 7.75 1. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.82 1.37 6.42 4.25 1.97 2.91 0.95 6.34 18.89 0.54 1.72 15.10 5.86 1.04 15.63 3.19 3.57 11.85 2.31 8.47 13.37 8.06 5.49 2.72 15.30 2.80 3.65 14.62 5.71 17.56 18.77 2.90 9.65 14.47 3.00 0.60 3.85 2.60 3.36 1.58 4.47 13.36 0.73 5. IN = Inward load capacity.57 11.17 1.06 1.12 10.23 1.68 1.64 18.64 76.16 4.95 4.Limit state capacity tables Four lapped spans Four lapped spans Lap End span End span Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Four lapped span: Z25024 (kN/m) Four lapped span: Z25019/25024 (kN/m) Bridging > 0 1 2.54 5.75 1.05 2.55 9.77 0.70 2.69 2.58 9.65 14.99 1.37 0.17 2.04 15.44 1.69 2.31 8.53 2.98 0.62 5.49 2.53 4.57 1.84 3.26 7.10 5.97 13.37 1.29 3.90 6.80 11.07 2.52 0.05 2.87 3.35 9.91 3.38 3.98 5.34 78.47 13.79 12.98 5.10 5.75 1.42 4.53 4.74 6.98 5.03 10.71 17.02 21.58 9.35 7.51 9.47 4.82 1.57 11.78 1.87 5.90 35.14 1.31 8.31 2.63 4.51 9.63 18.36 2.91 2.66 2.00 3.8 bolt.53 4.95 4.21 1.54 5.14 1.85 0.53 1.19 3.56 2.57 1.54 5.49 2.72 15.37 1.32 6.34 2.54 0.64 1.47 3.96 1.45 12.53 2.88 2.08 1.46 10.85 2.53 4.16 3.72 15.85 12.22 1.85 2.61 2.17 2.98 5.77 18.49 5.66 2.40 56.57 11.37 8.72 15.61 2.03 10.03 10.79 12.49 1.16 3.74 6.26 7.68 7.37 8.87 10.79 12.20 1.26 3.58 9.59 1.53 5.65 14.63 4.35 7.51 9.57 11.54 5.17 1.65 1.37 6.59 1.72 5.31 8.49 2.17 1.97 5.32 1.98 2.97 27.71 2.30 1.49 2.84 3.37 6.31 2. FL250.28 2.43 0.79 12.74 1.70 6.55 3.80 1.40 0.26 7.47 0. OUT = Outward load capacity.37 6.80 1.71 17.65 14.80 11.19 3.84 3.71 17.41 2.65 IN OUT SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 11100 11400 11700 12000 0.87 1.83 0.12 1.59 1.62 5.14 1.49 6.40 1.48 5.42 4.95 4.28 1.06 2.17 2.53 4.41 2.31 8.48 3.33 1.63 1.75 1.12 10.52 0.30 2.74 1.48 3.97 12.70 0.80 11.91 2.66 3.99 1.30 2.91 5.04 15.56 1.72 1.63 2.99 1.49 6.08 27.91 22.14 3.70 4.47 3.65 14.42 4.43 1.72 0.69 2.05 4.18 1.17 2.10 5.19 3.86 1.37 8.05 4.35 7.79 12.01 7.59 2.20 Bold capacities require grade 8.57 11.55 2.90 2.80 3.82 4.45 12.17 2.99 1.77 10.02 18.14 1.45 12.80 11.95 1.45 1.63 4.45 0.31 2.47 0.86 1.03 10.27 2.35 7.35 7.50 15.37 6.79 12.42 1.47 13.84 3.65 14.12 10.29 3.49 2.93 1.20 11.65 18.55 3.58 9.90 2.71 17.88 1.96 0.71 1.94 1.07 1.04 15.26 7.29 3.80 11.53 1.91 2.97 13.74 6.28 3.97 13.13 2.04 15.31 8.2 60 .47 3.95 4.91 43.63 4.62 5.04 1.45 12.05 4.84 17.72 15.66 3.44 0.80 11.88 1.49 6.97 13.35 12.19 8.36 4.97 13.67 1.54 1.08 0.80 1.64 18.32 4.04 0.47 13.21 2.49 6.04 15.05 4.09 3.72 1.45 12.74 3.75 1.49 0.16 3.74 5.40 1.45 1.74 6.86 0.06 0.29 3.99 1. In mixed spans.96 0.97 4.37 1.30 2.96 0. the thicker section is used in the end spans.47 13.31 2.16 1.87 1.91 2.36 3.05 4.59 1.27 7.80 58.28 2.64 18.76 6.89 0.62 5.55 3.85 18.51 9.26 7.69 1.97 18.89 1.71 17.19 3. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.30 0.08 1.17 2.80 3.91 2.54 5.07 2.51 9. 3 0 1 2 3 Load for deflect'n span/150 Span 3000 (mm) 3300 3600 3900 4200 4500 4800 5100 5400 5700 6000 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10800 18.86 2.49 2.35 7.12 10.20 2.49 1.84 4.76 4.74 2.45 12.51 9.80 3.63 4.74 6.47 3.14 1.13 1.33 2.45 4.70 1.66 2.03 10.52 1.80 3.12 10.20 0.28 18.95 1.57 11.80 2.10 5.

01 1.08 5.64 4.59 7.85 2.16 3.14 2.91 3.00 0.02 3.27 4.27 1.46 5.75 2.30 0.63 4.57 1.91 3.95 0.22 0.32 5.51 4.54 2.57 2.69 2.22 0.87 0.87 5.75 1.78 1.67 2.77 0.05 1.53 6.87 5.81 1.19 2.68 5.54 0.31 4.87 1.69 2.16 1.90 8.68 8.48 0.91 3.98 9.64 4.16 0.19 3.69 6.42 3.31 4.52 1.45 1.63 4.58 2.43 0.54 2.28 1.16 1.03 1.11 2.49 4.62 0.13 2.13 0.60 1.80 2.44 3.99 1.01 4.94 4.63 4.94 1.79 6.02 3.52 3.07 1.49 0.38 8.29 1.54 1.18 2.27 1.64 4.27 4.48 0.41 1.01 4.05 0.23 14.36 1.01 0.77 0.18 2.54 3.21 1.11 2.53 0.94 7.55 3.87 5.17 2.40 4.96 2.80 1.75 1.88 2.17 1.90 8.13 1.51 4.74 1.87 4.52 3.42 0.21 1.44 2.80 6.04 1.05 2.04 2.04 1.52 3.16 1.22 1.73 1.78 2.30 10.98 3.52 4.74 1.8 bolt.64 4.27 2.21 7.51 1.50 2.51 1.80 6.53 0.21 9.94 7.32 3.11 3.14 1.85 2.64 4.01 4.Limit state capacity tables Four lapped spans Four lapped spans Lap End span End span Overall purlin length = Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Four lapped span: Z30024 (kN/m) Four lapped span: Z30024/30030 (kN/m) Bridging > 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 Load for defl'n span/150 Span 6000 (mm) 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10800 5.80 6.99 1.97 2.8 purlin bolts.62 7.16 1.59 7.60 2.46 3.84 2.79 2.81 2.34 6.22 2.24 9.43 2.21 7.41 5.18 2.40 2.52 0.95 1.38 8.09 8.75 1.45 13.94 1.06 1.00 2.42 1.16 5.72 11100 11400 11700 12000 12300 12600 12900 13200 13500 13800 14100 14400 14700 15000 15300 15600 15900 16200 16500 16800 17100 17400 1.87 2.64 1.63 2.11 3.31 4.96 3.65 3.55 1.33 2.09 1.75 1.59 0.68 1.45 0.76 3.63 0.62 7.59 2.32 5.61 2.82 1.03 6.27 3.40 2.11 1.81 1.41 5.53 9.53 6.27 0.95 1. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.68 5.44 2.54 2.46 1.21 9.72 2.93 2.76 3.94 13.94 7.39 5.71 3.94 1.46 1.24 1.03 6.91 1.21 0.14 6.92 1.66 1.87 5.88 1.27 4.09 1.76 1.38 8.98 1.32 0.55 1.88 1.42 3.34 1.30 20.03 0.35 2.78 0.31 4.28 1.83 1.59 1.56 1.45 1.41 5.25 1.73 4.89 4.41 5.87 5.24 9.53 10.28 1.58 1.36 1.75 0.01 3.57 1.67 2.75 2.42 0.25 2.93 1.32 5.38 2.02 1.27 4.19 3.30 10.53 6.86 3.40 4.27 4.04 0.80 5.53 0.38 8.11 3.86 1.87 Bold capacities require grade 8.19 9.34 6.58 2.33 1.99 1.44 3.48 3.73 0.02 1.40 1.54 1.35 0.01 4.92 1.90 8.41 1.41 5.87 5.41 0.47 1.87 4.63 4.60 1.49 1.87 5.87 4.98 3.54 1.60 2.76 2.67 0.91 6.98 2.75 2.96 2.76 3.65 3.84 1.68 0.32 5.68 8.37 1.37 0.55 6.39 9.85 1.95 7.03 11.59 1.92 0.35 0.41 0.31 2.15 1.08 1.53 6.93 3.53 1.21 7.02 0.46 0.90 8.68 5.60 2.41 5.46 4.94 7.05 1.68 5.34 6.47 2.69 1.02 3. the thicker section is used in the end spans.28 1.09 0.49 3.65 3.38 8.21 7.28 1.93 2.18 1.60 1.68 8.66 5.90 8.57 1.38 2.89 1.11 1.05 3.46 1.18 1.44 0.15 1.40 4.38 8.24 9.36 3.16 0.00 2.85 2.02 2.52 3.75 1.52 4. OUT = Outward load capacity.02 3.57 4.81 0.64 2.34 1.30 10.20 0.11 1.31 4.37 1.72 1.08 2.08 5.69 2.15 1.83 3.22 2.68 8.53 2.94 7.69 1.80 6.83 7.12 1.36 1.09 2.54 0.47 2.52 4.68 5.30 1.38 8.66 2.93 1.08 5.68 8.01 0.76 3.54 IN OUT SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 2.21 15.49 0.53 4.20 1.49 1.15 1.96 0.47 1.24 9.16 2.49 1.03 6.27 0.56 0.92 1.01 17.39 1.88 1.03 6.56 0.62 7.63 4.80 6.44 2.44 1.21 7.03 6.24 9.61 2.59 7.67 2.86 7.49 1.54 2.19 3.67 0.77 1.95 4.86 0.46 1.27 0.42 0.99 2.70 1. In mixed spans.48 0.51 4.44 0.53 2.82 0.60 1.34 2.65 1.60 1.56 0.65 3.28 0.11 1.34 2.60 2.40 2.43 1.22 1.74 3.83 0.66 1.03 6.51 0.09 10. IN = Inward load capacity.24 9.70 1.87 4.94 1.21 9.87 4.47 0.53 1.1 61 .89 1.76 1.74 0.65 0.51 4.95 1.17 3.32 5.01 4.93 2.34 6. FL300.62 7.31 4.52 4.61 2.67 1.76 2.04 2.67 1.68 2.68 8.19 2.69 2.95 0.42 3.64 4.74 1.69 0.82 3. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.08 5.62 7.94 7.03 1.01 4.59 7.01 2.34 0.53 6.91 3.61 2.63 1.00 1.47 2.82 2.95 2.62 0.93 1.31 2.19 3.70 0.00 4.31 0.60 0.90 0.53 6.86 1.61 1.37 2.10 4.57 1.21 2.11 1.69 1.61 2.24 9.90 0.95 1.33 1.70 0.78 2.34 6.34 6.47 2.16 2.44 2.76 1.59 7.11 0.20 1.98 2.84 5.42 3.53 1.27 2.06 0.52 4.90 8.35 0.68 1.21 1.72 1.08 0.27 4.01 1.27 10.44 10.68 8.84 1.86 0.85 2.64 1.85 1.02 3.23 2.20 2.48 1.30 1.60 0.01 3.25 0.76 2.06 8.08 5.13 2.24 2.62 7.46 3.53 1.46 0.98 7.23 0.01 1.11 3.27 1.63 1.02 2.36 2.39 0.83 1.80 6.95 1.21 7.32 3.40 0.40 IN Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) OUT 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 Load for defl'n span/150 5.67 3.66 0.68 5.70 3.30 11.59 7.77 0.63 4.51 4.36 1.88 2.83 3.08 5.92 0.85 2.76 3.02 3.35 1.13 2.91 2.66 1.93 2.98 0.79 1.77 2.47 0.38 2.19 2.91 0.75 10.32 5.79 1.87 4.76 3.74 2.67 1.86 1.62 7.20 10.00 1.

70 10.86 5.31 3.15 7.65 4.96 2.42 0.21 4.94 3.51 6.15 7.59 2.62 9.28 4.12 2.12 3.34 1.52 15.74 3.24 10.84 1.00 2.36 4.84 3.28 3.93 1.28 2.49 3.91 1.15 7.63 2.65 1.42 4.50 7.64 1.82 8.82 6.21 2.60 2. 4.89 7.88 16.93 1.63 1.38 16.52 4.19 2.25 2.57 5.70 1.61 32.96 4.85 2.65 0.78 2.60 14.54 1.04 3.10 2.15 2.51 7.89 4.56 6.96 8.17 2.64 3.02 12.41 2.24 10.97 4.84 1.96 0.24 3.08 1.38 5.60 14.42 5.31 1.51 7.13 Bold capacities require grade 8.81 2.77 3.57 2.51 7.24 3.21 1.27 2.61 16.22 14.13 0.48 9.19 3.25 0.14 12.49 3.14 12.24 0.35 2.09 11.46 1.06 2.52 15.67 2.89 7.53 1.52 15.47 3.96 0.75 5.49 0.70 10.14 12.97 3.80 6.39 6.14 2.09 11.58 15.87 8.83 2.71 0.65 3.57 5.33 2.56 4.06 13.51 6.09 11.97 5.97 5.79 9.64 3.01 3.97 4.32 0.80 2.86 7.70 10.74 0.49 1.67 4.45 6.79 0.73 1.41 2.63 2.50 3.58 3.34 2.95 6.04 2.13 5.06 13.86 7.25 3.21 4.13 5.83 1.48 3.54 2.87 8.73 2.17 2.84 1.18 0.68 8.82 6.24 2.08 2.53 3.89 2.28 1.39 0.22 14.84 3.25 1.38 4.24 10.50 5.81 1.70 0.87 8.71 3.42 16.05 3.79 9.86 7.31 6.73 2.53 4.10 1.09 11.38 1.13 3.16 8.86 7.97 5.38 13.88 0.02 12.80 2.51 7.32 4.51 2.48 9.07 2.97 5.97 5.55 0.14 12.41 3.14 1.20 3.38 4.41 0.76 6.92 4.40 3.22 4. Values above horizontal line in body of table are governed by the strength of the grade 8.88 11.42 2.16 8.68 8.11 0.58 3.41 1.15 7.51 7.99 3.49 10.21 1.13 5.77 1.53 0.31 12.42 5.88 11.66 9.62 4.09 11.04 2.22 8.75 2.30 0.50 0.52 15.82 6.69 2.02 12.50 2.82 2.10 1.83 0.8 purlin bolts.96 1.51 1.56 8.54 23.80 2.31 6.06 3.35 3.42 0.79 3.90 5.94 3.25 1.28 5.38 5.06 13.92 2.54 1.59 1.42 0.21 4.71 2.61 1.44 2.21 0.46 2.40 3.57 2.66 0.78 10.97 2.41 4.00 1.70 10.87 8.63 2.60 14.98 2.34 4.63 4.64 1.21 4.85 2.32 1.88 11.45 2.22 14.66 3.88 11.06 13.90 2.25 9.84 2.09 11.39 2.68 1.06 13.58 0.22 14.60 2.28 5.58 1.41 0.31 6.77 0.39 0.62 9.42 4.96 2.07 1.69 1.57 1.41 0.89 7.58 1.60 2.57 1.40 9.63 4.55 4. See also: Design notes for capacity tables.67 4.09 3.02 6.21 0.61 1.74 15.03 5.68 1.02 1.82 1.62 1.75 2.33 1.69 2.41 10.09 4.06 3.18 1.03 4.84 2.45 6.22 2.07 2.00 27.91 1.71 0.42 5.09 11.14 12.60 14.81 1.26 1.28 1.72 7.49 0.97 5.14 14.06 2.41 5.45 2.16 1.78 1.60 9.64 3.36 2.07 2.49 2.33 3.24 10.68 8.02 1.60 0.06 1.46 3.58 Load for deflect'n span/150 IN OUT Load for deflect'n span/150 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 9.38 5.56 1.24 8.51 2.51 6.02 1.56 2.65 1.58 4.42 5.82 2.33 3.84 2.75 1.67 0.87 1.83 5.11 2.62 9.48 9.38 5.8 bolt.06 1.46 0.42 2.94 2.49 1.82 15.66 1.51 7.77 7.38 5.39 1.88 4.91 4.77 1.57 3.82 6.65 7.28 3.89 6.66 2.31 4.71 3.06 4.47 4.54 12.10 3.43 0.89 7.57 1.04 1.72 1.02 12.88 20.70 10.86 2.60 14.69 4.54 1.11 3.86 1.83 2.69 3.81 3.22 14.69 2.20 3.14 12.92 15.18 2.84 18.80 1.91 2.97 1.44 1.36 1.78 3.99 2.83 1.35 3.51 5.99 2.27 3.97 3.51 7.60 0.49 1.24 10.51 6.16 8.95 6.31 6.29 2.14 1.80 5.01 2.78 3.48 9.17 6.27 3.76 2.21 7.06 13.88 11.12 4.33 3.73 1.50 0.14 1.15 7.18 4.61 SECTIONS BELOW EXCEED THE NORMAL DELIVERY LENGTH OF 12000 mm 11100 11400 11700 12000 12300 12600 12900 13200 13500 13800 14100 14400 14700 15000 15300 15600 15900 16200 16500 16800 17100 17400 FL300.78 2.51 2.60 5.91 2.92 1.79 9.00 5.70 1.34 3.81 4.47 0.44 2.82 2.43 4.18 4.45 1.88 5.65 4.70 10.89 1.88 4.00 3.45 6.71 1.87 4.16 8.62 1.61 16.30 0.89 7.57 2.39 4.58 3.59 0.18 3.97 1.79 9.02 4.89 0.83 3.88 4.28 2.13 4.44 4.58 14.57 5.35 6.93 0.61 17.49 3.81 0.10 0.79 9.69 4.13 3.74 1.37 2.88 4.22 0.02 12.24 9.79 5.02 12.97 5.05 1.31 4.88 1.68 8.39 20. IN = Inward load capacity.45 6.55 4.59 2.98 4.06 13.89 7.08 3.79 9.75 11.52 15.97 5.28 5.23 1.54 5.61 2.72 6.86 7.48 2.95 2.86 3.22 2.66 1.16 8.17 2.03 1.01 2.88 11.59 1.94 0.24 2.49 3.83 1.95 2.57 5.44 4.28 5.48 9.39 4.91 3.77 3.71 1.52 15.61 4.86 7.02 12.62 9.39 2.30 1.19 2.67 1.19 3.96 2.04 0.96 1.18 0.22 14.38 5.87 8.43 1.28 3.29 16.25 3.48 3.37 15.97 0.2/350 62 .06 3.12 2.85 3.68 15.24 10.58 15.11 2.41 3.41 1.74 5.91 2.39 1.48 9.47 1.99 0.97 5.88 6.91 3.34 2.47 1.86 7.99 1.00 4.71 1.61 16.98 5.51 4.52 15.31 6.05 0.95 6.31 6.12 0.95 6.62 9.15 3.61 16. OUT = Outward load capacity.99 4.25 0.60 14.55 1.16 8.24 3.06 1.74 1.83 2.22 14.95 3.42 11.65 4.10 3.46 2.43 6.19 1.72 2.32 0.Limit state capacity tables Four lapped spans Four lapped spans Lap End span End span Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Span (mm) Overall purlin length = Overall purlin length = span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) span + 70 mm + (Lap/2) Four lapped span: Z30030 (kN/m) IN Four lapped span: Z35030 (kN/m) OUT Bridging > 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 Span 6000 (mm) 6300 6600 6900 7200 7500 7800 8100 8400 8700 9000 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10800 6.08 0.18 7.63 3.62 1.82 6.92 4.68 8.11 2.70 1.69 1.

80 1.33 3.92 3.95 1.04 0.43 8000 1.29 2000 11.59 0.79 0.28 1.06 0.69 0.13 2.16 0.87 2.09 3.07 0.95 1.47 2.37 6.45 2000 23.44 0.8 purlin bolts.97 0.41 1.46 1.38 1.19 5.14 2.68 6.36 1.25 0.07 1.09 0.05 0.85 1.24 5.77 0.15 0.80 1.63 0.09 4.14 3.73 1.93 2.68 1.52 1.99 3.33 1.33 3. Bridging shown is for end spans only.09 4.04 2.32 3.98 4.43 0. Bold capacities require grade 8.63 0.20 5.63 0.80 0.92 4.09 4.04 2.85 1.30 0.16 1.53 1.61 0.38 0.45 0.65 0.88 0.61 2.29 2.93 2.94 6.71 1.55 1.04 26.04 2.81 2.33 2.05 6.36 5.12 1.35 1.41 9.42 0.10 5.72 3.17 0.00 1.61 0.79 2.82 Z/C 4000 4.52 0.77 5.76 9.68 0.68 3.50 0.27 8000 0.96 1.41 13.33 1.30 0.06 1.55 1.44 4000 Z/C 6000 25024 8000 10000 10.35 Z/C 4000 5.85 0.66 0.98 6.79 2.33 1.24 1.26 0.71 2.57 1.77 1.18 3.70 2.92 1.04 0.36 2000 16.04 23.26 0.42 0.18 1.49 0.81 2.33 0.07 0.58 0.14 0.54 5.23 0.96 1.Limit state capacity tables Cantilever spans 1.86 13.40 2.44 0.27 2000 Z/C 4000 15012 6000 8000 6.70 1.43 6.56 2.00 1.35 1.40 0.67 0.44 0.29 8000 0.50 1.95 1.42 4.38 1.00 0.73 1.79 0.09 3.62 2.09 4.88 0.40 3.33 3.21 2000 4000 9.47 10.17 5.14 2.34 0.36 1.73 1.17 2000 4000 6.75 8000 1.94 1. The capacities are for cantilevers with single end span.20 0.24 5.10 6.29 3.55 6.11 11.86 1.54 0.98 5.65 1.04 23.73 1.82 7.25 1.63 0.33 4.98 3.11 1.11 15.64 16. s/150 3.80 1.93 2.50 1.71 2.14 1.26 0 1 2 0 1 2 Load Defl.20 2.59 6.54 1.24 3.28 3.32 10.10 0.69 2.95 0. barge boards.92 1.31 2.88 4.63 0.15 7.93 2.74 1.02 0.71 1.90 0.57 0.61 0.76 1.69 2.32 0.43 0.45 0.65 0.00 1.87 2.14 0.85 3.57 0.70 1.83 4.94 6.52 0.55 0.10 1.41 6.11 0.77 0.72 2.79 1.52 6.41 13.33 1.79 6.24 5.81 2.24 0.20 5.81 1.87 0.38 3.33 3.47 0.73 3.49 0.79 3. s/150 2000 4000 5.80 1.48 2.60 0.87 0.57 2.49 3.87 1.60 0.56 0.01 1.39 0.42 2.85 1.78 1.40 0.79 0.36 1.56 2.32 1.57 0.44 0.31 2.93 1.24 3.87 1.14 0.72 0. bridging.48 6.04 1.07 8.31 1.26 0.63 3.46 4.66 0.57 3.24 5.09 6000 0.47 2.45 0.50 5.69 2.09 1.77 0.85 1.04 1.33 3.92 0.54 0.22 2.61 1.36 1.69 2.64 16.09 13.57 3.34 9.14 0.11 1.20 5.46 12.28 3.37 0.34 0.38 4.04 4.82 1.35 3.81 2.34 8000 0.08 0.53 9.68 1.21 5.11 11.00 1.32 0.68 0.53 2.56 0.85 5.77 1.57 2.74 1.03 1.09 3.33 0.71 2.65 0.01 1.95 1.56 1.93 1.52 5.09 4.04 1.64 0.04 1.31 1.34 4.91 3.73 1.71 1.63 9.72 1.96 4.37 3.53 0.14 2.39 0.62 0.33 3.30 0.24 4.87 0.04 0.58 0.74 1.74 0.44 0.98 3.32 2.64 19.59 0.38 0.41 9.90 1.09 0.00 1.44 1.93 6.84 2.55 Z/C 20015 Z/C 20019 Z/C 20024 63 .75 1.62 1.73 6.50 3.74 1.97 1.49 3.19 1.29 0.57 3.98 0.93 4.85 1.24 1.53 2.31 2.98 7.78 1.78 0.14 1.24 0.36 1.06 6.71 0.93 4.15 9.48 0.09 0.07 1.83 2.70 0.65 1.92 1.25 8000 1.18 0.49 1.56 1.59 0.29 6.66 0.12 4.33 0.55 2.81 0.52 4.94 2.36 0.88 1.06 0.12 Z/C 4000 3.91 1.34 4.00 1.10 1.73 4.40 0.59 1.66 0.46 11.51 1.21 0.07 5.33 1.91 1.59 2.42 4.95 1.10 0.15 9.12 5.42 0.98 0.46 2.24 3.40 0. 3.98 4.03 0.47 10.86 1.18 0.50 0.75 0.59 4.18 0.43 15019 6000 1.24 4. The ends of the cantilevers are stabilised by fascias.20 4.72 3.98 2.26 0. See also Design notes for capacity tables Cantilever spans Cantilever 1000 mm (kN/m) EndIN bridging span Section (mm) 0 1 2 2000 4.11 11.76 9.96 2.31 2.07 9.97 8.57 3.56 5.40 1.80 0.49 6.57 2.59 0.50 11.64 16.95 1.49 2.37 0.06 1.04 1.08 1.59 0.33 1.89 4.80 1.77 6.60 0.12 0.52 5.04 2.98 4.96 4.31 0.44 0.07 0.92 4.14 3.42 0.14 3.95 1.33 0.95 1.30 7.65 1.21 0.46 11.64 1.43 0.80 2.52 5.73 0.48 1.57 3.88 1.62 0.37 0.79 0.38 Z/C 4000 1.38 0.32 2.91 1.08 1.41 9.41 12.20 0.46 11.31 0.62 1.33 0.02 1.83 1.14 15015 6000 1.72 9.38 4.85 1.33 1.41 3.20 2.95 6.09 3.41 0.20 2.44 0.38 4.82 0.50 2.05 3.26 0.28 6.86 1.33 1.92 0.46 11.34 0.99 2.32 2.67 9.02 2.30 1.54 2.72 3. 2.92 3.41 9.09 1.09 0.47 4.90 2.91 3.41 2.10 6.93 0.23 0.27 0.36 1. 4.69 1.44 0.56 1.11 1.64 0.62 4.14 0.18 0.79 2.04 23.64 16.07 0.65 1.23 1.06 4.74 1.95 4.63 1.50 1. perimeter beams or similar structural members.28 6.52 OUT bridging Cantilever (mm) End span (mm) Load Defl.98 6.43 1.44 1.86 0.49 Z/C 10012 Z/C 10015 Z/C 10019 0.82 0.01 1.72 1.10 11.31 1.57 2.87 2.10 1.98 4.36 1.41 0.18 10.82 0.87 2.06 1.85 1.35 0.20 2.45 0.11 6000 0.25 10010 6000 0.11 0.04 23.25 1.28 4000 Z/C 6000 25019 8000 10000 8.36 0.79 5.81 2.20 2.39 6.93 1.85 1.79 0.28 9.89 3.76 7.18 0.33 6.80 15024 6000 1.33 1.72 2.46 0.63 0.38 1.81 2.66 7.04 23.86 1.00 2.64 2.87 2.47 1.48 3.03 5.97 0.28 0.52 0.52 2.68 2.69 2.76 4000 6000 6.20 2.30 0.13 2.52 0.54 6.31 1.33 3.62 0.93 2.55 0.80 1.28 5. s/150 Cantilever 2000 mm (kN/m) IN bridging OUT bridging Cantilever 3000 mm (kN/m) IN bridging OUT bridging 0 1 2 0 1 2 Load Defl.61 2.43 1.99 3.97 10.74 1.79 0.69 1.24 2.04 0.01 1.60 3.39 1.48 1.01 2.59 0.64 0.51 6.95 1.25 0.74 4.67 0.33 1.98 6.59 1.22 0.36 1.82 6.10 0.45 2.87 2.22 0.11 2.91 0.81 2.10 6.53 1.38 2.25 0.83 0.75 0.93 6.53 2.04 0.57 4000 6000 4.18 1.86 2.39 0.12 1.16 9.01 3.11 11.31 1.52 0.09 2.54 6.99 1.09 4.11 11.98 2.14 1.31 1.62 0.24 0.31 2.06 0.04 1.92 1.90 1.91 1.49 0.60 0.74 0.79 1.33 1.64 16.95 1.65 1.14 3.21 1.17 0.39 0.96 2.06 2.33 1.38 1.06 0.67 0.08 2.22 0.31 0.46 6.95 1.40 0.33 1.92 1.06 1.16 0.59 0.31 0.06 1.25 2.20 1.36 1.82 2.06 2.47 3.33 0.98 2.87 1.81 0.81 2.18 0.49 0.13 6000 0.00 1.55 1.71 0.22 0.04 1.98 1.12 2.83 6.01 4000 6000 8.14 0 1 2 4.23 1.41 0.08 0.60 0.72 3.86 1.33 1.30 0.42 2.42 0.43 0.33 0.72 0.37 0.01 1.77 0.

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