Box Profile Roofing Sheets (34/1000)

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Stramit® Corrugated Roof and Wall Cladding

The roofing/walling shall be 0.42 (or 0.48) mm BMT Stramit® Corrugated Roof and Wall Cladding in continuous lengths with sinusoidal ribs 16mm high, spaced at 76.2mm centres in accordance with AS1445. Sheeting material shall be protected steel sheet to Australian Standard AS1397, with a minimum yield stress of 550MPa (Grade G550) and an AM100/AZ150 coating with or without an oven-baked paint film of selected colour.

The sheeting shall be fixed to the purlins/girts in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations. Suitable fixing screws in accordance with Australian Standard AS3566, Class 3, shall be used at every support with side lap fasteners installed at mid span if required. Sheets shall be laid in such a manner that the approved side lap faces away from the prevailing weather.

A minimum of 50mm shall be provided for projection into gutters. Flashings shall be supplied in compatible materials as specified; minimum cover of flashing shall be 150mm. All sheeting shall be fixed in a workman-like manner, leaving the job clean and weathertight. Repair minor blemishes with touch-up paint supplied by the roof manufacturer. All debris (nuts, screws, cuttings, filings etc.) shall be cleaned off daily. NOTE: 0.60mm G300 Corrugated has a 300MPa steel grade.

Class 4 fasteners should be used {amp}lt;1km from the coast.

Cyclonic Data for Stramit® Corrugated Roof and Wall Cladding can be found in the Stramit Cyclonic Areas Guide

Information on the use of Stramit® Corrugated Roof and Wall Cladding in the Darwin area can be found in deemed-to-comply sheets Nos M/149/01 and M/239/01. These are available from Stramit or on the NT BAC website.

Stramit® Corrugated Roof and Wall Cladding can be fixed with either 3 or 5 fasteners per sheet at each batten/purlin to meet the required performance values.

Stramit Corrugated Fastener Locations

All external fastening screws must conform to AS3566 – Class 3. They are to be hexagon headed and must be used with sealing washers for both roofing and walling.

For connecting to purlins or top hats use:

Stramit Corrugated Fasteners

The Stramit Cyclonic Areas Manual has fixing details for cyclonic areas.

Foot traffic limits for Stramit® Corrugated Roof and Wall Cladding are shown for 3 alternative foot traffic categories:

High Maintenance – for applications with repeated maintenance, particularly where personnel may be unfamiliar with correct procedures for walking on metal roofs.

Normal – based on traditional expectations, with moderate maintenance foot traffic using designated footpaths.

Controlled – spans that confirm to AS1562 but require minimal careful foot traffic only on the designated footpath. Suggested for use only where occasional aesthetic imperfections from foot traffic are acceptable.

Stramit Corrugated Foot Traffic

For more information on foot traffic performance of Stramit’s roofing profiles refer to Stramit’s Foot Traffic Guide where tables are based on tests to AS1562 and AS4040 parts 0 and 1.

Stramit® Corrugated decking is manufactured from G550 or G300 colour coated steel or zinc-aluminium alloy coated steel. In some locations galvanised and severe environment colour coated steel may be available by arrangement.

Colour coated steels are in accordance with AS2728 – Category 3 and, for the substrate, with AS1397. Zinc-aluminium alloy coated AZ150, aluminium-zinc-magnesium alloy coated AM100/AM125 and galvanised Z450 conform to AS1397. 

Stramit Corrugated Cladding Sheet Mass

The profiles of G300 and G550 Corrugated cladding may vary and should not be used in overlapping configurations.

The minimum roof slope for Stramit® Corrugated Roof and Wall Cladding is 5 degrees (1 in 12).

The spans shown below take account of normal foot traffic and wind resistance including local pressure zone effects. Pressures are based on AS4055 or AS1170.2.

Where the two standards differ, the worst case has been taken for each classification. Data should only be used for buildings 7m or less in height, 1000m2 or less in area and unaffected by land topography.

Stramit Corrugated Performance

Stramit® Corrugated Roof and Wall Cladding can be spring-curved, concave or convex, including curved ridges, provided it is sealed at the apex, and within the recommended limits below.

Stramit Corrugated Curving

The Stramit Spring Curving Guide has more detailed information.

All metal roof sheeting is subject to thermal expansion and this needs to be accommodated where there is a temperature difference between the sheeting and the structure.

The colour of the sheeting will affect the amount of thermal expansion, and whether the sheet is flat or cured will affect its ability to resist without problems. Sheet lengths should be limited as follows.

Stramit Corrugated Maximum Sheet Length

Stramit® Corrugated Roof and Wall Cladding has limited water-carrying capacity. Roof slopes can be as low as 5° for many applications.

Roof run lengths are the combined lengths of all roof elements contributing to a single pan drainage path. This can include the roof length upstream of a roof penetration that concentrates flow into other pans.

The table below gives slopes for 100 year return period rainfall intensity.

Stramit Corrugated Water Capacity

Stramit’s Roof Slope Guide provides additional information.

Derived from testing, the following tables give the wind load resistance for both serviceability and strength limit states. Values are only valid for use with steel support members of 1.5mm or thicker.

Stramit Corrugated Wind Pressure 1
Stramit Corrugated Wind Pressure 2 (Non-Cyclonic)
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