4241TS
STEELFORMERS PROFILED METAL CLADDING
1
GENERAL

If you have pre-customised this work section using the "questions and answers" provided as part of the downloading process, it may be necessary to amend some clauses to suit the final project-specific version.

 

The section must still be checked and customised to suit the project being specified, by removing any other irrelevant details and adding project-specific details and selections.

 

This section relates to the supply and fixing of Taranaki Steelformers profiled cladding complete with accessories.

Modify or extend the above description to suit the project being specified.

 

Some flashing work is also often covered elsewhere.

1.1
RELATED WORK

Refer to 4161 UNDERLAYS, FOIL AND DPC for underlays, foils and DPC.

Refer to ~ for ~.

Include cross references to other sections where these contain related work, such as:

Refer to 4242 PROFILED PLASTIC CLADDING for natural lighting sheeting.

Refer to 4311TS TARANAKI STEELFORMERS PROFILED METAL ROOFING for roofing.

1.2
ABBREVIATIONS

Refer general section 1232 INTERPRETATION & DEFINITIONS for abbreviations and definitions used throughout the specification.

 

The following abbreviations apply specifically to this section:

BMT

Base Metal Thickness

NZMRM

New Zealand Metal Roofing Manufacturers Association Inc

MS

Modified Silicone

EPDM

Ethylene Propylene Diene-Monomer (M class) rubber

GRP

Glass Fibre reinforced Polyester

PVC

PolyVinyl Chloride

Documents
1.3
DOCUMENTS

Refer to the general section 1233 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS. The following documents are specifically referred to in this section:

NZBC C/AS2

Protection from fire

NZBC E2/AS1

External Moisture

AS/NZS 1170.2:2011

Structural design actions - Wind actions

AS/NZS 1365

Tolerances for flat-rolled steel products

AS 1397

Continuous hot-dip metallic coated steel sheet and strip - Coatings of zinc and zinc alloyed with aluminium and magnesium

AS/NZS 1562.3

Design and installation of sheet roof and wall cladding - Plastic

AS 1566:1997

Copper and copper alloys - Rolled flat products (Reconfirmed 2018)

AS/NZS 1734:1997

Aluminium and alminium alloys - Flat sheet, coiled sheet and plate

AS/NZS 2728

Prefinished/prepainted sheet metal products for interior/exterior building applications - Performance requirements

AS 3566

Self-drilling screws for the building and construction industries

NZS 3604

Timber-framed buildings

ISO 9223

Corrosion of metals and alloys - Corrosivity of atmosphere - Classification determination and estimation

NZMRM CoP

NZ Metal Roof and Wall Cladding Code of Practice

Documents listed above and cited in the clauses that follow are part of this specification. However, this specification takes precedence in the event of it being at variance with the cited document.

Delete from the DOCUMENTS clause any document not cited. List any additional cited documents.

The following are related documents and if referred to in the work section need to be added to the list of DOCUMENTS.

WGANZ Window Installation Guide

Guide to Window Installation as described in NZBC E2/AS1 Amendment 7

BRANZ BU 519

Fasteners selection

BRANZ BU 563

Building on exposed sites

BRANZ BU 567

NZBC E2/AS1 Flashing Requirements

BRANZ BU 595

Factory-coated metal claddings

BRANZ Good Practice Guide: Long-run Metal Roofing

 

Note: AS/NZS 1170.2:2011 is cited in NZBC B1/VM1 Structure at the time of writing.  The new version AS/NZS 1170.2:2021 is not yet cited.  Amend the section by removing the year reference if using the 2021 version and amend the section accordingly.

1.4
MANUFACTURER/SUPPLIER DOCUMENTS

Manufacturer and supplier documents relating to this part of the work:

Taranaki Steelformers product literature including:

 

Manufacturer/supplier contact details:

Company:

Taranaki Steelformers

Web:

www.steelformers.co.nz

Email:

NPOffice@steelformers.co.nz

Telephone:

0800 476 634

It is important to ensure that all personnel on site have access to accurate, up to date technical information on the many products, materials and equipment used on a project.  In most cases individual products are not used in isolation, but form part of a building process.  Also a particular manufacturer and/or supplier requirements for handling, storage, preparation, installation, finishing and protection of their product can vary from what might be considered the norm.  Access to technical information can help overcome this potential problem.

Warranties

Refer to SELECTIONS for a guide to typical warranty details for different systems. They are a guide only, as project details may vary the warranty periods, check with Taranaki Steelformers to confirm warranties and recommended systems.

1.5
WARRANTY - MANUFACTURER/SUPPLIER

Provide a material manufacturer/supplier warranty:

15 years

for failure of coating adhesion

15 years

for weatherproofing by material penetration

Form:

Cladding manufacturers standard warranty form

For project specific Warranty requirements contact Taranaki Steelformers.

Check general section 1237 WARRANTIES for the date of commencement of warranties; which is normally practical completion of the contract.  Refer to the chosen conditions of contract as it may also contain information on warranties/guarantees.

Warranty applications are made through Taranaki Steelformers and warranty periods and conditions are assessed by New Zealand Steel or Pacific Coilcoaters.

For schools, warehouses and other commercial buildings please contact Taranaki Steelformers. Maximum warranty offered by New Zealand Steel on commercial buildings is 15 years.

See 4. SELECTIONS, Coating Systems for typical residential warranty periods, and amend clause to suit project.

Requirements
1.6
NO SUBSTITUTIONS

Substitutions are not permitted to any specified system, or associated components and products.

1.7
QUALIFICATIONS

Cladding installers to be experienced, competent installers familiar with Taranaki Steelformers products, and for Restricted Building Work to also be an LBP, or supervised by an LBP.

 

Carry out work with experienced, competent installers familiar with the products being used and preferably with appropriate qualifications such as the National Certificate in Metal Roofing and Cladding, and/or membership with the Roofing Association of New Zealand (RANZ).

Performance - Wind
1.8
FIXINGS, WIND

Design and use the fixings/fixing pattern appropriate for the wind design parameters and NZMRM CoP.  Refer to Taranaki Steelformers Profile Technical Info for the selected profile.  Allow for specific loadings at corners and the periphery of the cladding, where localised pressure factors apply.  Fixing pattern to also take into account fixing method and girt/frame spacing.

1.9
DESIGN PARAMETERS - NON SPECIFIC DESIGN

Building wind zone:

~ / ~ kPa ULS (refer to NZS 3604, table 5.4)

Refer to Taranaki Steelformers for "Wind Load Span Design Graphs" for load parameters.

Examples of design parameters include Wind Zone and NZS 3604.

Low/0.65kPa:

32 m/s

Medium/0.85kPa:

37 m/s

High/1.20kPa:

44 m/s

Very High/1.55kPa:

50 m/s

Extra High/1.82kPa:

55 m/s

Delete the clause if using DESIGN PARAMETERS - SPECIFIC DESIGN.

This clause and the specific design clause are mutually exclusive clauses, setting a standard of performance for design by the contractor to meet. Specifiers to therefore consider adding some means of confirming (by testing or certification) that the performance criteria will be or have been met. Delete the clause which does not apply (may have been deleted by Q&A).

Coordinate with the general section 1220 PROJECT.

1.10
DESIGN PARAMETERS - SPECIFIC DESIGN

The design wind pressures are to AS/NZS 1170.2.

SLS:

~ kPa

ULS:

~ kPa

Refer to Taranaki Steelformers for "Wind Load Span Design Graphs" for load parameters.

Obtain information from the project structural engineer.

Note;

-For some situations Positive and Negative pressures will need to be stated.

-Also for some situations Face and Edge Zone pressures will need to be stated.

-Pressures may need to be expressed on a floor by floor basis.

-For large or complex projects specifically marked up elevations may need to be referred to.

Delete the clause if using DESIGN PARAMETERS - NON SPECIFIC DESIGN.

This clause and the non specific design clause are mutually exclusive clauses, setting a standard of performance for design by the contractor to meet. Specifiers to therefore consider adding some means of confirming (by testing or certification) that the performance criteria will be or have been met. Delete the clause which does not apply (may have been deleted by Q&A).

Coordinate with the general section 1220 PROJECT.

Performance - General
1.11
PERFORMANCE

Install cladding materials in accordance with the NZMRM CoP and Taranaki Steelformers Profile Technical Info for the selected profile, to form a weather-tight performance for the completed cladding system, including all penetrations through the walls and junctions with roofs and parapets.

Refer to later EXECUTION clause on co-operating with others on the installation of elements which penetrate or adjoin the cladding system; including roofs and parapets, sundry elements fixed through the cladding surface, service pipework, etc.

1.12
SPREAD OF FIRE

To NZBC C/AS1, 5.4 Exterior surface finishes, NZBC C/AS2, 5.8 External cladding systems or NZBC C/VM2.

1.13
CO-ORDINATE

Co-ordinate to ensure substrate and preparatory work is complete and other work programmed in the order required for access and completion of the walls.  Ensure that all necessary members are positioned so that flashings can be fastened at both edges through the cladding to the primary structure.

2
PRODUCTS

Select the product that suits the brief and use the PRODUCTS and EXECUTION clauses that follow to suit the product selected.

zinc/aluminium coated steel cladding
2.1
PRE-FINISHED HOT-DIPPED ALUMINIUM/ZINC COATED STEEL (G300)

Formability steel sheet, Zincalume® G300 steel is manufactured from hot-dipped zinc/aluminium alloy-coated 0.55mm BMT steel with guaranteed minimum yield strength of 300MPa with good ductility. Suitable for roll forming to a minimum internal diameter of 1t.

To AS 1397, and AS/NZS 1365.

Refer to SELECTIONS.

Suitable for rainwater goods, gutters, and cladding.

Zincalume® pre-coated options are Colorsteel® Endura™, or Colorsteel® Maxx™.

2.2
PRE-FINISHED HOT-DIPPED ALUMINIUM/ZINC COATED STEEL (G550)

Formability steel sheet, Zincalume® G550 steel is manufactured from hot-dipped zinc/aluminium alloy-coated 0.55mm BMT steel with guaranteed minimum yield strength of 550MPa with limited ductility. Suitable for roll forming to a minimum internal diameter of 4t.

To AS 1397, and AS/NZS 1365.

Refer to SELECTIONS.

Suitable for cladding and roll-formed sections for structural applications.

Zincalume® pre-coated options are Colorsteel® Endura™, or Colorsteel® Maxx™.

aluminium cladding
2.3
ALUMINIUM (MILL FINISH)

Manufactured from 0.9mm BMT aluminium coil, 5052 series, for roll forming cladding profiles and flashings.

To NZBC E2, and MRM Code of Practice.

Refer to SELECTIONS for coil width and Temper options.

Modify to suit project requirements.

5052 series is available in various Tempers - H32, H34, and H36.

2.4
ALUMINIUM (COATED)

Manufactured from 0.90mm BMT aluminium coil, for roll forming cladding profiles and flashings.  5005 or 5052 marine grade, H34 or H36 Temper respectively. Coated with ColorCote AlumiGard, to NZBC E2, AS/NZS 2728, and MRM Code of Practice.

Refer to SELECTIONS for coil width and metal Temper.

Modify to suit project requirements.

Suitable for roll forming cladding profiles and flashings.

copper cladding
2.5
COPPER

Copper sheet 0.70mm BMT, Grade 122, to MRM Code of Practice, laid over substrate and vented underlay.

Refer to SELECTIONS.

Modify to suit project requirements. Also available in curved radii.

Copper grades 122, 110, and 102 are available. Grade 122 is most commonly used in construction.

Note - common sheet size is 2400mm x 1000mm for flashings and rainwater goods.  For roofs, a 600mm wide coil for roll-formed goods.

fixings
2.6
FASTENERS GENERALLY

Fixings and fasteners are to be compatible with all materials, the environment and m eeting the requirements of the NZ Building Code. Installation is to be in accordance with NZBC E2/AS1 and/or NZMRM CoP, and Taranaki Steelformers Profile Factsheet.

For fixing patterns refer to Taranaki Steelformers Profile Technical Info for the selected profile.

2.7
FIXING SCREWS

To AS 3566. Screws appropriate to the cladding material and the supporting structure, as required by Taranaki Steelformers and with a minimum Class 4 or 5 durability and not less than the material being fixed. Screws into timber to penetrate by minimum 30mm. Screw fasteners to be head stamped identifying the manufacturer and class. Refer to SELECTIONS.

For thermal movement refer to Taranaki Steelformers Profile Technical Info for the selected profile.

Prepare a separate clause specifying profiled washers and oversized holes as required by the cladding manufacturer.

Do not use stainless steel or monel (nickel-copper alloy) fasteners on ColorCote MagnaFlow and MagnaFlow X products.

2.8
RIVETS

Sealed aluminium, minimum diameter 4.0mm, for use with zinc coated, zinc/aluminium coated steel or aluminium cladding.

Refer to Taranaki Steelformers for requirements.

Size depends on profile and project restraints.  Check the cladding manufacturer requirements.

components
2.9
FLASHINGS GENERALLY

To NZBC E2/AS1, 4.0 Flashings.

Taranaki Steelformers manufacture customised flashings at the required length.

Formable grade 0.55mm BMT for galvanized, aluminium/zinc, aluminium/zinc/magnesium - coated and pre-painted steel, and 0.9mm for aluminium to the same standards as the profiled sheets, notched where across profile or provided with a soft edge.

Revise the clause wording to suit the specified cladding.

2.10
WALL AND PARAPET FLASHINGS

To NZBC E2/AS1, 4.0 Flashings.

Manufactured by Taranaki Steelformers to match or to suit the cladding.

For flashings and capping the cladding manufacturers use low tensile grade G300 steel. If specifying aluminium/zinc-coated sheet use only compatible materials for soft edgings - soft pure aluminium 0.45mm thick Flashguard or EZ EDGE™.

2.11
EXTERIOR CAVITY WALL BATTENS

Refer to timber framing sections for timber or proprietary cavity wall battens.

If using Masterspec Basic refer to 3820 CARPENTRY , if using Masterspec Standard refer to 3821 TIMBER FRAMING .

2.12
EXTERIOR CAVITY CLOSER/VERMIN-PROOFING

Refer to timber framing sections.

Vermin-proofing/cavity closer to NZBC E2/AS1: clause 9.1.8.3 and figure 66.

2.13
CLOSURE STRIPS

Non-bituminous compressible, profiled foam strips to fit the sheet profile.

accessories
2.14
WIRE NETTING

Refer to 4161 UNDERLAYS, FOIL AND DPC for wire netting and safety mesh.

Do not use galvanized wire netting as an underlay support with aluminium cladding.

2.15
UNDERLAY AND REFLECTIVE FOIL

Refer to 4161 UNDERLAYS, FOIL AND DPC for underlays, foils and DPC.

2.16
PLASTIC CLADDING

Refer to 4242 PROFILED PLASTIC CLADDING for plastic sheeting.

Section not available in all Masterspec Systems.

2.17
SEALANT

Neutral curing MS polymer sealant as required by Taranaki Steelformers and used as directed.

Do not rely on sealants alone for joining. Mechanical fasteners (e.g. rivets, self-tapping screws, etc) to always be used as well.

2.18
LAP SEALING TAPE

Closed cell 3mm x 16mm self adhesive tape.

2.19
SEPARATION STRIP TIMBER CAVITY BATTENS

PVC tape or similar as a separator between the timber battens and metal cladding.  Ensure separator is slightly wider than the batten.

3
EXECUTION
conditions
3.1
DELIVERY, STORAGE & HANDLING OF PRODUCTS

Refer to 1270 CONSTRUCTION for requirements relating to delivery, storage and handling of products.

Use this standard generic clause and if appropriate add additional special requirements.

3.2
SHEET LENGTHS

Sheet lengths are custom run to order (where long sheets are used, consideration must be given to: special conditions for transportation of sheet lengths over 25m, site access for special lifting equipment and fixing technique to accommodate thermal expansion).

3.3
STORAGE

Upon delivery visually inspect sheets for damage and accept packs of undamaged cladding.  Reject all damaged material.  Store on a level firm base clear of the ground, with packs well ventilated and completely protected from weather and damage.  Do not allow moisture to build up between sheets.  If sheet packs become wet, fillet or cross stack to allow air circulation and drying between sheets.

3.4
HANDLING

Do not drag sheets across each other or other materials.  Avoid distortion and contact with damaging substances, including cement. Long lengths of cladding to be lifted using an approved load spreading beam.  Protect edges and surface finishes from damage, keep under cover and remove as the product is being installed.

3.5
ROUTINE MATTERS

Refer to 1250 TEMPORARY WORKS & SERVICES for protection requirements.Refer to 1270 CONSTRUCTION for requirements relating to defective or damaged work, removal of protection and cleaning.

Use this standard generic clause and if appropriate add additional special requirements.

3.6
INSPECTION

Inspect the wall framing and supporting structure to ensure that it is complete and fully braced ready for cladding and free from any misalignments or protrusions that could damage the cladding.

3.7
FRAMING TIMBER MOISTURE

When continuous metal cladding runs along a long continuous timber member and is directly fixed to it, the timber moisture content to be 18% or less.  For flashings in this situation (sometimes called transverse flashings) the framing moisture content to be maximum 16%, and preferably as low as 12%.  Transverse flashings can be temporarily tacked in place and final fixing done when moisture content is acceptable.

Transverse flashings can be prone to buckling if there is excessive timber moisture movement.

3.8
SEPARATION

Isolate dissimilar materials (metals and non-metals) in close proximity as necessary by painting the surfaces or fitting separator strips of compatible materials.  Place isolators between metals and treated timber and cement based materials.  Do not use lead sheet or copper in contact with or allow water run-off onto galvanized or aluminium/zinc coated steel.

application

The following execution clauses are written specifically to suit profiled aluminium/zinc/magnesium (combinations) coated steel.  If using aluminium they will need re-evaluating.

3.9
METAL CLADDING ON TIMBER CAVITY BATTENS

Fix PVC tape or similar to the timber batten, prior to fixing metal cladding.

3.10
SET-OUT

Set cladding to vertical plumb lines and maintain verticality.  Set all exposed fixings with horizontal string lines.  Carefully set out sheets with side laps away from the main line of sight, and with the widths of end sheets the same.  Check during fixing to eliminate creep or spread and to keep fastenings in line.

3.11
END LAPS

End laps are not permitted, except where specifically detailed.

3.12
THERMAL MOVEMENT

Fix for thermal movement to Taranaki Steelformers Profile Technical Info for selected profile.

3.13
FIXING GENERALLY

Install and fix in accordance with the NZMRM CoP recommendations, and to Taranaki Steelformers required fixing patterns and details for each area of the building cladding.  Use only screws as required by Taranaki Steelformers.  Paint colour-matched fixings and accessories before installation.

3.14
FIXING STEELFORMERS QUATTRO TCS CLADDING

Install and fix in accordance with Taranaki Steelformers technical datasheets.  Installer/Applicator to fix vertical timber battens when laying the cladding.  Screw-fix metal trays to vertical battens, through the tray upstands, using stainless-steel countersunk screws at 400mm centres. Apply a continuous bead of silicone sealant between timber battens and metal tray upstand.

Fix custom-made cap flashings over the top of the timber battens using pop rivets at 400mm centres to the cladding tray upstands.

Modify to suit project requirements. The bead of silicone sealant is recommended by Steelformers.

Note - Steelformers do not supply the vertical timber battens. Coordinate this with the installer/applicator.

3.15
PENETRATIONS

Confirm that exterior wall openings have been prepared ready for the installation of all window and door frames and other penetrations through the cladding. Required preparatory work includes the following:

  • wall/cladding underlay to openings finished and dressed off ready for the installation of window and door frames and other penetrations.
  • claddings neatly finished off to all sides of openings where appropriate.
  • installation of flashings (those required to be installed prior to installation of penetrating elements).

Refer to the Window & Glass Association NZ (WGANZ) Window Installation Guide. This covers the WGANZ recommendations on the preparation of window/door openings, minimum clearances between rough openings and the window/door frame, dressing of the wall underlay into the prepared opening, application of flexible flashing tape to the sill and top corners of the opening, installation of window/door frames and flashings, sealing of the window/door frame into the opening to create a pressure equalisation cavity, installation of flashings and the maintenance of appropriate clearances between the frame and the surrounding construction.

Penetrations through drained cavities to NZBC E2/AS1: External moisture, 9.1.9 Penetrations and 9.1.10 Windows and doors.

3.16
MARKING AND CUTTING

Use ink pen, chalk line or coloured pencil for marking cladding sheets prior to cutting.  Do not use lead pencil for marking Zincalume®, Colorsteel® and ColorCote®.  Cut by shear only, using nibblers or hand snips.  Remove all cutting and drilling debris.

3.17
FIX SHEETS

Fix sheets in place using the fastening system required by Taranaki Steelformers for specified profiles, making due allowance for dynamic local wind pressures on the building and thermal movement in the sheet.

3.18
INSTALL FLASHINGS

Flash to parapets, roofs and penetrations to detail.  Flashings to be installed on timber framing with a moisture content of less than 18%.  Where no detail is provided flash to NZMRM CoP recommendations and Taranaki Steelformers and NZBC E2/AS1 requirements.  Cut accurately and fix using sealant and rivets to detail and to Taranaki Steelformers requirements to form a weatherproof cover.  For visible flashings, plan joints/junction to take account of the aesthetic requirements.

3.19
FLASHING PENETRATIONS

Flash all penetrations through the cladding.  Fit pipe flashings with a proprietary collar flashing, with other penetrations flashed as detailed and to provide a weathertight installation.  Ensure that flashings are set to avoid any ponding of water.

3.20
USE OF SEALANTS

Select and use sealants only as recommended by Taranaki Steelformers.  Apply sealant in two narrow beads transversely across flashing intersections, close to the two edges.  Avoid exposing sealant on outside surfaces.

completion
3.21
COMPLETION MATTERS

Refer to 1270 CONSTRUCTION for completion requirements and if required commissioning requirements.

Use this standard generic clause and if appropriate add additional special requirements.

3.22
COMPLETE

Ensure the work is complete with all flashings, finishing and trim properly installed so the cladding system is completely weathertight.

3.23
MAINTENANCE

Reference must be made to selected material suppliers literature for exact details of maintenance requirements. Maintenance and regular inspection schedules will be specified as a condition of the warranty.

 

Minimum recommended maintenance in addition to rain washing is manual washing every 3, 6 or 12 months depending on environment category, more often for areas without adequate rain washing.

ISO Category 5 (very severe environment) maintenance every 3 months, ISO Category 4 (severe marine environment) maintenance every 6 months, ISO Category 3 & 2 (marine/moderate environment) maintenance every 12 months (Zincalume® and Galvsteel® every 6 months).

4
SELECTIONS

For further details on selections go to www.steelformers.co.nz.

Substitutions are not permitted to the following, unless stated otherwise.

Selection of the correct grade of material and appropriate surface coating is imperative to ensure cladding profile will perform satisfactorily in the environment it is to be installed, and meets the requirements of the NZ Building Code.

 

SELECTIONS is for providing details of the actual selections to be included in the contract works including model numbers, colours and other information necessary to ensure that the correct materials are supplied and installed.

 

ColorCote® is a registered trademark of Fletcher Steel Ltd. AlumiGard™, MagnaFlow™ and ZinaCore™ are trademarks of Fletcher Steel Ltd. Colorsteel®, Endura®, Maxx®, and Galvsteel® are registered trademarks of New Zealand Steel Limited.  Zincalume® is a registered trademark of BlueScope Steel Limited. Reference to be made to the coils and paint manufacturers own literature before choosing an appropriate finish.

coating system
4.1
COATING SYSTEM - EXPOSURE ZONE B-C (CAT 1-3)

Project Exposure Zone B-C to NZS 3604, C 1-3 to ISO 9223.

Profile/location:

~

Base material:

~

Coating system:

~

Coating colour:

~

The following details are a guide only (typically domestic), as project details may vary the warranty periods, check with Taranaki Steelformers to confirm warranties and recommended system.

CLADDING BASE MATERIAL

COATING SYSTEM

COATING

typical warranty

PERFORATION

typical warranty

Aluminium

None

NA

NA

Zincalume® on steel (limitations apply)

None

NA

15 years

Zinc/Aluminium alloy on steel

ColorCote ZinaCore™

15 years

15 years

Zinc/Aluminium/Magnesium alloy on steel

ColorCote MagnaFlow™

15 years

25 years

Aluminium

ColorCote AlumiGard™

15 years

25 years

Zincalume® on steel

Colorsteel® Endura®

15 years

15 years

Zincalume® on steel

Colorsteel® Maxx®

15 years

15 years

Unfinished galvanised steel is not recommended and to only be considered in non-critical buildings in Cat 1 exposure zones. New Zealand Steel does not warrant Galvsteel® as a cladding product.

No warranty available on mill aluminium. Refer to Taranaki Steelformers for producer statement confirming grade, manufacture location, etc.

Note - Due to expansion, only light colours are recommended on long sheets. This varies with materials and profiles, refer to Taranaki Steelformers for details.

4.2
COATING SYSTEM - EXPOSURE ZONE D (CAT 4)

Project Exposure Zone D to NZS 3604, C 4 to ISO 9223.

Profile/location:

~

Base material:

~

Coating system:

~

Coating colour:

~

The following details are a guide only (typically domestic), as project details may vary the warranty periods, check with Taranaki Steelformers to confirm warranties and recommended system.

CLADDING BASE MATERIAL

COATING SYSTEM

COATING

typical warranty

PERFORATION

typical warranty

Aluminium

None

NA

NA

Zinc/Aluminium/Magnesium alloy on steel

ColorCote MagnaFlow™

15 years

20 years

Aluminium

ColorCote AlumiGard™

15 years

20 years

Zincalume® on steel

Colorsteel® Maxx®

15 years

15 years

No warranty available on mill aluminium. Refer to Taranaki Steelformers for producer statement confirming grade, manufacture location, etc.

Note - Due to expansion, only light colours are recommended on long sheets. This varies with materials and profiles, refer to Taranaki Steelformers for details.

4.3
COATING SYSTEM - EXPOSURE ZONE E (CAT 5)

Project Exposure Zone E to NZBC E2/AS1, C 5 (C5I & C5M) to ISO 9223.

Profile/location:

~

Base material:

~

Coating system:

~

Coating colour:

~

The following details are a guide only (typically domestic), as project details may vary the warranty periods, check with Taranaki Steelformersto confirm warranties and recommended system.

CLADDING BASE MATERIAL

COATING SYSTEM

COATING

typical warranty

PERFORATION

typical warranty

Aluminium

None

NA

NA

Zinc/Aluminium/Magnesium alloy on steel

ColorCote MagnaFlow™

15 years

15 years**

Aluminium

ColorCote AlumiGard™

15 years

20 years

Zincalume® on steel

Colorsteel® Maxx®

15 years

15 years

Note - Due to expansion, only light colours are recommended on long sheets. This varies with materials and profiles, refer to Taranaki Steelformers for details.

No warranty available on mill aluminium. Refer to Taranaki Steelformers for producer statement confirming grade, manufacture location, etc.

**A warranty on MagnaFlow™ in ISO CAT 5 is subject to prior approval by Pacific Coilcoaters.

cladding

Note; All fixing details are based on pan fixing. If crest fixing is required refer to Taranaki Steelformers for details.

Galvsteel® is not advised for any new cladding project.  Contact Taranaki Steelformers Technical Manager to discuss your project and determine whether Galvsteel® is suitable for your application.

4.4
TARANAKI STEELFORMERS DB7 EIGHT RIB TRAPEZOIDAL PROFILE METAL CLADDING

Location:

~

Profile:

Steelform DB7

Base metal type / BMT:

~

Framing material:

~

Pan fixing:

~

Options:

BMT:

Steel - 0.4mm G550, 0.55mm G550 or G300, 0.75mm G550 or G300 (excludes Galvsteel™).

Aluminium - 0.9mm mill finish,  0.9mm Colorcote® AlumiGard™ coloured aluminium (available on request).

Material:

Steel - Colorsteel Maxx, Colorsteel Endura, Zincalume, Galvsteel, Colorsteel Dridex, Colorsteel Dridex+.

Aluminium - Mill aluminium, ColorCote AlumiGard™coloured aluminium (available on request).

Framing material:

Timber or Steel, framing or girts (steel thickness; up to 3mm, or 3-12mm - contact Taranaki Steelformers with project details).

**Note - Change Class 4 to Class 5 for Exposure Zone E to NZBC E2/AS1 (and C5 to ISO 9223)

 

FIXINGS FOR STEEL DB7 CLADDING

FRAMING

PAN FIXING

Timber

Direct fix; 12- 12gx25mm

Cavity Construction; 12- 12gx50mm Class 4** T17 Timbertite or  6- 14x55 Unitite with neos.

Steel up to 3mm

Direct fix; 12- 12gx20mm Steeltite with neos.

Cavity Construction; 12-12gx50mm 5 Class 4** Steeltite with neos or 6- 14x55 Unitite with neos.

Steel 3mm - 12mm

Direct fix; 12- 24x32 Class 4** Steeltite Series 500 with neos.

Cavity Construction; 12-24x50 Class 4** Steeltite Series 500 with neos.

 

FIXINGS FOR ALUMINIUM DB7 CLADDING

FRAMING

PAN FIXING

Timber

Direct fix; 12-11x35 Alutite with bonded washer.

Cavity Construction; 14-11x55 Alutite with bonded washer

Steel up to 3mm

Direct fix; Stainless steel grade 304, 14-14x22 Steeltite and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer.

Cavity Construction; Stainless steel grade 304, 12-14x45 Steeltite and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer

Steel 3mm - 12mm

Direct fix; Stainless steel grade 304, 14-14x22 Steeltite and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer.

Cavity Construction; Stainless steel grade 304, 12-24x50 Steeltite Series 500 and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer.

Consult with Taranaki Steelformers for fixings for other materials.

4.5
TARANAKI STEELFORMERS RIBLINE SIX RIB TRAPEZOIDAL PROFILE METAL CLADDING

Location:

~

Profile:

Ribline

Base metal type / BMT:

~

Framing material:

~

Pan fixing:

~

Options:

BMT:

Steel - 0.4mm G550, 0.55mm G550 or G300.

Aluminium - 0.9mm, Al alloy type 5005 or 5052 marine grade, H36 temper.

Material:

Steel - Colorsteel Maxx, Colorsteel Endura, Zincalume, Galvsteel, ColorCote ZinaCore (ZR8/ZRX), ColorCote MagnaFlow (ZM8/ZMX).

Aluminium - ColorCote AlumiGard (AR8/ARX).

Framing material:

Timber or Steel, framing or girts (steel thickness; up to 3mm, or 3-12mm - contact Taranaki Steelformers with project details).

**Note - Change Class 4 to Class 5 for Exposure Zone E to NZBC E2/AS1 (and C5 to ISO 9223)

 

FIXINGS FOR STEEL RIBLINE CLADDING

FRAMING

PAN FIXING

Timber

Direct fix; 12- 11x25 T17 Timbertite

Cavity Construction; 12-11x50 Class 4** T17 Timbertite or  6- 14x55 Unitite with neos.

Steel up to 3mm

Direct fix; 12- 14x20 Steeltite with neos.

Cavity Construction; 12-14x45 Class 4** Steeltite with neos or 6- 14x55 Unitite with neos.

Steel 3mm - 12mm

Direct fix; 12- 24x32 Class 4** Steeltite Series 500 with neos.

Cavity Construction; 12-24x50 Class 4** Steeltite Series 500 with neos.

 

FIXINGS FOR ALUMINIUM RIBLINE CLADDING

FRAMING

PAN FIXING

Timber

Direct fix; 12-11x35 Alutite with bonded washer.

Cavity Construction; 14-11x55 Alutite with bonded washer

Steel up to 3mm

Direct fix; Stainless steel grade 304, 14-14x22 Steeltite and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer.

Cavity Construction; Stainless steel grade 304, 12-14x45 Steeltite and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer

Steel 3mm - 12mm

Direct fix; Stainless steel grade 304, 14-14x22 Steeltite and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer.

Cavity Construction; Stainless steel grade 304, 12-24x50 Steeltite Series 500 and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer.

Consult with Taranaki Steelformers for fixings for other materials.

**Note: Change Class 4 to Class 5 for Exposure Zone E to NZBC E2/AS1 (and C5 to ISO 9223)

FIXINGS FOR STEEL RIBLINE CLADDING

FRAMING

PAN FIXING

Timber

Direct fix; 12x25mm Timbertite.

Cavity Construction; 12-11x50 Class 4** Type 17 Woodteks or Roofzips with neos.

Steel up to 1.5mm

Direct fix; 12x20mm Steeltite.

Cavity Construction; 12-14x45 Class 4** Steelteks with neos or 12x50 Roofzips with neos

Steel 1.5mm - 4.5mm

Direct fix; 12-14x20 Class 4** Steelteks with neos.

Cavity Construction; 12-14x45 Class 4* Steelteks with neos

Steel 4.5mm - 12mm

Direct fix; 12-24x32 Class 4** Steelteks Series 500 with neos.

Cavity Construction; 12-24x50 Class 4* Steelteks Series 500 with neos

 

FIXINGS FOR ALUMINIUM RIBLINE CLADDING

FRAMING

PAN FIXING

Timber

Direct fix; 12-11x35 Alutite with bonded washer.

Cavity Construction; 14-11x55 Alutite with bonded washer

Steel  up to 4.5mm

Direct fix; Stainless steel grade 304, 14-14x25 Steelteks and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer.

Cavity Construction Stainless steel grade 304, 14-14x70 Steelteks and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer

Steel  4.5mm - 12mm

Direct fix; Fabco stainless steel grade 304, 14-14x20 Type B screw and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer.

Cavity Construction; Fabco stainless steel grade 304, 14-14x70 Type B screw and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer.

Consult with Taranaki Steelformers for fixings for other materials.

4.6
TARANAKI STEELFORMERS STYLELINE FIVE RIB TRAPEZOIDAL PROFILE METAL CLADDING

Location:

~

Profile:

Styleline

Base metal type / BMT:

~

Framing material:

~

Pan fixing:

~

Options:

BMT:

Steel - 0.4mm G550, 0.55mm G550 or G300.

Aluminium - 0.9mm, Al alloy type 5005 or 5052 marine grade, H36 temper.

Material:

Steel - Colorsteel Maxx, Colorsteel Endura, Zincalume, Galvsteel, ColorCote ZinaCore (ZR8/ZRX), ColorCote MagnaFlow (ZM8/ZMX).

Aluminium - ColorCote AlumiGard (AR8/ARX).

Framing material:

Timber or Steel, framing or girts (steel thickness; up to 3mm, or 3 -12mm).

 

FIXINGS FOR STEEL STYLELINE CLADDING

FRAMING

PAN FIXING

Timber

Direct fix; 12- 11x25 T17 Timbertite

Cavity Construction; 12-11x50 Class 4** T17 Timbertite or  6- 14x55 Unitite with neos.

Steel up to 3mm

Direct fix; 12- 14x20 Steeltite with neos.

Cavity Construction; 12-14x45 Class 4** Steeltite with neos or 6- 14x55 Unitite with neos.

Steel 3mm - 12mm

Direct fix; 12- 24x32 Class 4** Steeltite Series 500 with neos.

Cavity Construction; 12-24x50 Class 4** Steeltite Series 500 with neos.

**Note: Change Class 4 to Class 5 for Exposure Zone E to NZBC E2/AS1 (and C5 to ISO 9223)

 

FIXINGS FOR ALUMINIUM STYLELINE CLADDING

FRAMING

PAN FIXING

Timber

Direct fix; 12-11x35 Alutite with bonded washer.

Cavity Construction; 14-11x55 Alutite with bonded washer

Steel up to 3mm

Direct fix; Stainless steel grade 304, 14-14x22 Steeltite and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer.

Cavity Construction; Stainless steel grade 304, 12-14x45 Steeltite and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer

Steel 3mm - 12mm

Direct fix; Stainless steel grade 304, 14-14x22 Steeltite and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer.

Cavity Construction; Stainless steel grade 304, 12-24x50 Steeltite Series 500 and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer.

Consult with Taranaki Steelformers for fixings for other materials.

4.7
TARANAKI STEELFORMERS NC 710 FOUR RIB TRAPEZOIDAL PROFILE METAL CLADDING

Location:

~

Profile:

NC 710

Base metal type / BMT:

~

Framing material:

~

Pan fixing:

~

Options:

BMT:

Steel - 0.4mm G550, 0.55mm G550 or G300.

Aluminium - 0.9mm, Al alloy type 5005 or 5052 marine grade, H36 temper.

Material:

Steel - Colorsteel Maxx, Colorsteel Endura, Zincalume, Galvsteel, ColorCote ZinaCore (ZR8/ZRX), ColorCote MagnaFlow (ZM8/ZMX).

Aluminium - ColorCote AlumiGard (AR8/ARX).

Framing material:

Timber or Steel, framing or girts (steel thickness; up to 3mm, or 3 - 12mm).

 

FIXINGS FOR STEEL NC 710 CLADDING

FRAMING

PAN FIXING

Timber

Direct fix; 12- 11x25 T17 Timbertite

Cavity Construction; 12-11x50 Class 4** T17 Timbertite or  6- 14x55 Unitite with neos.

Steel up to 3mm

Direct fix; 12- 14x20 Steeltite with neos.

Cavity Construction; 12-14x45 Class 4** Steeltite with neos or 6- 14x55 Unitite with neos.

Steel 3mm - 12mm

Direct fix; 12- 24x32 Class 4** Steeltite Series 500 with neos.

Cavity Construction; 12-24x50 Class 4** Steeltite Series 500 with neos.

**Note: Change Class 4 to Class 5 for Exposure Zone E to NZBC E2/AS1 (and C5 to ISO 9223)

 

FIXINGS FOR ALUMINIUM NC 710 CLADDING

FRAMING

PAN FIXING

Timber

Direct fix; 12-11x35 Alutite with bonded washer.

Cavity Construction; 14-11x55 Alutite with bonded washer

Steel up to 3mm

Direct fix; Stainless steel grade 304, 14-14x22 Steeltite and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer.

Cavity Construction; Stainless steel grade 304, 12-14x45 Steeltite and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer

Steel 3mm - 12mm

Direct fix; Stainless steel grade 304, 14-14x22 Steeltite and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer.

Cavity Construction; Stainless steel grade 304, 12-24x50 Steeltite Series 500 and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer.

Consult with Taranaki Steelformers for fixings for other materials.

4.8
TARANAKI STEELFORMERS CORRUGATE PROFILE METAL CLADDING

Location:

~

Profile:

Corrugate

Base metal type / BMT:

~

Framing material:

~

Pan fixing:

~

Options:

BMT:

Steel - 0.4mm G550, 0.55mm G550 or G300.

Aluminium - 0.9mm, Al alloy type 5005 or 5052 marine grade, H36 temper.

Material:

Steel - Colorsteel Maxx, Colorsteel Endura, Zincalume, Galvsteel, ColorCote ZinaCore (ZR8/ZRX), ColorCote MagnaFlow (ZM8/ZMX).

Aluminium - ColorCote AlumiGard (AR8/ARX).

Framing material:

Timber or Steel, framing or girts (steel thickness; up to 3mm, or 3 - 12mm)

 

FIXINGS FOR STEEL CORRUGATE CLADDING

FRAMING

PAN FIXING

Timber

Direct fix; 12- 11x25 T17 Timbertite.

Cavity Construction; 12- 11x55 Class 4** T17 Timbertite or  6- 14x55 Unitite with neos.

Steel up to 3mm

Direct fix; 12- 14x20 Steeltite with neos.

Cavity Construction; 12- 14x45 Class 4** Steeltite with neos or 6- 14x55 Unitite with neos.

Steel 3mm - 12mm

Direct fix; 12- 24x32 Class 4** Steeltite Series 500 with neos.

Cavity Construction; 12- 24x50 Class 4** Steeltite Series 500 with neos.

**Note: Change Class 4 to Class 5 for Exposure Zone E to NZBC E2/AS1 (and C5 to ISO 9223)

 

FIXINGS FOR ALUMINIUM CORRUGATE CLADDING

FRAMING

PAN FIXING

Timber

Direct fix; 12- 11x25 Alutite with bonded washer.

Cavity Construction; 14- 11x55 Alutite with bonded washer.

Steel up to 3mm

Direct fix; Stainless steel grade 304, 12- 14x20 Steeltite and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer.

Cavity Construction; Stainless steel grade 304, 12- 14x45 Steeltite and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer.

Steel 3mm - 12mm

Direct fix; Stainless steel grade 304, 12- 14x20 Steeltite and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer.

Cavity Construction; Stainless steel grade 304, 12- 24x50 Steeltite Series 500 and bonded washer through a 10mm diameter clearance hole with 19mm bonded Ali washer.

Consult with Taranaki Steelformers for fixings for other materials.

**Note: Change Class 4 to Class 5 for Exposure Zone E to NZBC E2/AS1 (and C5 to ISO 9223)

4.9
TARANAKI STEELFORMERS QUATTRO TCS CLADDING

Location:

~

Profile:

Quattro Steelformers TCS Cladding

Base Metal Thickness (BMT):

~ mm

Base metal type:

~

Coating system:

~

Coating colour:

~

Pan width:

~

Pan fixing:

~

Vertical batten size:

~mm x ~mm

Options:

Base metal type / BMT:

Zincalume 0.55mm (G300) BMT;

Aluminium (mill finish or coated) 0.90mm BMT;

Copper 0.70mm BMT.

Coating system:

Zincalume coating options - Colorsteel® Endura®, Colorsteel® Maxx®;

Aluminium coating - Euromax premium coil coated with Protec primer and PVDF coating.

Coating colour:

Refer to coating system colour range.

Pan width:

Standard pan widths are 250mm, 330mm, and 470mm (between vertical battens). Custom pan widths are possible.  It is standard Steelformers practice that the pans are run with swages, for extra rigidity and strength, and for reducing wind-driven roof noise. If the customer wants a smooth finish to the pans it is at Steelformers discretion.  In very high and extra-high wind zones pans must be run with swages.  Vented underlay is required to be used in High, Very-High and Extra-High wind zones.  Quattro Steelformers TCS Cladding is not suitable for use in Specific Engineering Design (SED) wind zones.

Pan fixing:

No clips used for this cladding.

refer to FIXING STEELFORMERS QUATTRO TCS CLADDING

Vertical batten size:

Steelformers recommend 45mm x 45mm H3.1 dressed timber battens (not supplied by Steelformers).

Note - Vertical battens are fixed by the cladding Installer/Applicator, as they install the cladding, to suit pan width.

 

Fixings for steel trough cladding.

FRAMING

No clips used for this cladding.

Timber:

 

Steel up to 3mm, and

Steel 3mm - 12mm

 

**Note - Change Class 4 to Class 5 for Exposure Zone E to NZBC E2/AS1 (and C5 to ISO 9223).

4.10
TARANAKI STEELFORMERS QUATTRO 45MM SNAPSEAM CLADDING

Location:

~

Profile:

Steelformers 45mm Snapseam

Base metal type:

~

Base Metal Thickness (BMT):

~ mm

Coating system:

~

Coating colour:

~

Pan width:

~

Pan fixing:

~

Substrate:

~

Options:

Base metal type / BMT:

Zincalume 0.55mm (G300) BMT;

Aluminium (mill finish or coated) 0.90mm BMT;

Copper 0.70mm BMT.

Coating system:

Zincalume coating options - Colorsteel® Endura®, or Colorsteel® Maxx®;

Aluminium coating - Euromax premium coil coated with Protec primer and PVDF coating.

Coating colour:

Refer to coating system colour range.

Pan width:

Standard widths are 370mm and 460mm (rib to rib).  Custom pan widths are possible.  It is standard Steelformers practice that the pans are run with swages, for extra rigidity and strength, and for reducing wind-driven roof noise. If the customer wants a smooth finish to the pans it is at Steelformers discretion.  In very high and extra-high wind zones pans must be run with swages.  Vented underlay is required to be used in High, Very-High and Extra-High wind zones.

45mm Snapseam Cladding is not suitable for use in Specific Engineering Design (SED) wind zones.

Pan fixing:

Concealed clips fixed to Steelformers technical information. Refer to various fixings listed in table below. Refer to NZMRM Code of Practice or consult with Steelformers representative, to confirm Fixing Clip spacings and fixings, to suit Wind Zone and framing type, respectively.

Substrate:

For Low/Med/High Wind Zones, Quattro 45mm Snapseam does not require a substrate, however, a substrate is needed for Very high/Extra high wind zones.  Optionally, the specifier may prefers a substrate e.g. for improved noise attenuation to MRM recommendations.  The minimum requirement for a substrate is a plywood sheet 12mm thick, H3.2 treated (water based system), stress Grade F11, installed moisture content 18% or less. Substrate fixed to structural frame to NZBC, and Taranaki Steelformers technical information.

 

Options for coated Steel:

Base Metal Type:

BMT:

Steel Grade:

Coating System:

Zincalume®

0.55mm

G300

Colorsteel® Endura®

Zincalume®

0.55mm

G300

Colorsteel® Maxx®

Zincalume®

0.55mm

G550

Colorsteel® Endura®

Zincalume®

0.55mm

G550

Colorsteel® Maxx®

 

Options for Aluminium (Mill Finish)

Aluminium (Mill Finish)

BMT

Coil Width

Temper

Mill Finish

5005 series coil

0.9mm

1200mm

H32

0000510

5005 series coil

0.9mm

1200mm

H32

0014231

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

1200mm

H32

0017643

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

1220mm

H34

0018333

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

1220mm

H36

0015106

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

610mm

H34

0018373

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

940mm

H34

0018332

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

940mm

H36

0014699

 

Options for Aluminium (coated)

Aluminium (coated)

BMT

Coil Width

Temper

Coating system

5005 series coil

0.9mm BMT

1200mm

H34

ColorCote® AlumiGard™, by Pacific Coilcoaters

5052 series marine grade coil

0.9mm BMT

1200mm

H36

ColorCote® AlumiGard™, by Pacific Coilcoaters

 

Copper:

Sheet or Coil

BMT

Size

Temper

Finish

DHP Copper sheet

0.70mm

2400mm x 1000mm

Half Hard

Mill Finish

DHP Copper Coil

0.70mm

610mm coil width

Half Hard

Mill Finish

DHP Copper Coil

0.70mm

1000mm coil width

Half Hard

Mill Finish

DHP Copper Coil

0.70mm

1230mm coil width

Half Hard

Mill Finish

 

FIXINGS FOR STEEL TROUGH CLADDING

FRAMING:

FIXINGS FOR CONCEALED CLIPS (TWO PER CLIP)

Timber:

10# gauge screws long enough to penetrate a minimum of 30mm into the timber purlin.

Steel up to 3mm, and

Steel 3mm - 12mm

10# x 16mm wafer head screws, or 12# Hex head screws (where the profile provides clearance). Fasteners must penetrate a minimum of 6mm into the steel.

 

Correct fastener selection to be made in consultation with Taranaki Steelformers. NZMRM CoP provides some information on selection, fixing methods and placement of fasteners. ensure fastener durability is at least equal to durability of cladding material.

**Note - Change Class 4 to Class 5 for Exposure Zone E to NZBC E2/AS1 (and C5 to ISO 9223).

4.11
TARANAKI STEELFORMERS QUATTRO 25MM DOUBLE STANDING SEAM CLADDING

Location:

~

Profile:

Steelformers 25mm Double Standing Seam

Base Metal Thickness (BMT):

~ mm

Base metal type:

~

Coating system:

~

Coating colour:

~

Pan width:

~

Pan fixing:

~

Substrate:

~mm thick plywood

Options:

Base metal type / BMT:

Zincalume 0.55mm (G300) BMT;

Aluminium (mill finish or coated) 0.90mm BMT;

Copper 0.70mm BMT.

Coating system:

Zincalume coating options - Colorsteel® Endura®, or Colorsteel® Maxx®;

Aluminium coating - Euromax premium coil coated with Protec primer and PVDF coating.

Coating colour:

Refer to coating system colour range.

Pan width:

Standard widths are 370mm and 460mm (rib to rib).  Custom pan widths are possible.  It is standard Steelformers practice that the pans are run with swages, for extra rigidity and strength, and for reducing wind-driven roof noise. If the customer wants a smooth finish to the pans it is at Steelformers discretion. In very high and extra-high wind zones pans must be run with swages.  Vented underlay is required to be used in High, Very-High and Extra-High wind zones.

25mm Double Standing Seam Cladding is not suitable for use in Specific Engineering Design (SED) wind zones.

Pan fixing:

Concealed clips fixed to Steelformers technical information. Refer to various fixings listed in table below. Refer to NZMRM Code of Practice or consult with Steelformers representative, to confirm Fixing Clip spacings and fixings, to suit Wind Zone and framing type, respectively.

Substrate:

For Low/Med/High Wind Zones, 25mm Double Standing Seam requires a substrate.

The minimum requirement for a substrate is a plywood sheet 12mm thick, H3.2 treated (water based system), stress Grade F11, installed moisture content 18% or less. Substrate fixed to structural frame to NZBC, and Taranaki Steelformers technical information.

 

Options for coated Steel:

Base Metal Type:

BMT:

Steel Grade:

Coating System:

Zincalume®

0.55mm

G300

Colorsteel® Endura®

Zincalume®

0.55mm

G300

Colorsteel® Maxx®

Zincalume®

0.55mm

G550

Colorsteel® Endura®

Zincalume®

0.55mm

G550

Colorsteel® Maxx®

 

Options for Aluminium (Mill Finish)

Aluminium (Mill Finish)

BMT

Coil Width

Temper

Mill Finish

5005 series coil

0.9mm

1200mm

H32

0000510

5005 series coil

0.9mm

1200mm

H32

0014231

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

1200mm

H32

0017643

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

1220mm

H34

0018333

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

1220mm

H36

0015106

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

610mm

H34

0018373

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

940mm

H34

0018332

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

940mm

H36

0014699

 

Options for Aluminium (coated)

Aluminium (coated)

BMT

Coil Width

Temper

Coating system

5005 series coil

0.9mm BMT

1200mm

H34

ColorCote® AlumiGard™, by Pacific Coilcoaters

5052 series marine grade coil

0.9mm BMT

1200mm

H36

ColorCote® AlumiGard™, by Pacific Coilcoaters

 

Copper:

Sheet or Coil

BMT

Size

Temper

Finish

DHP Copper sheet

0.70mm

2400mm x 1000mm

Half Hard

Mill Finish

DHP Copper Coil

0.70mm

610mm coil width

Half Hard

Mill Finish

DHP Copper Coil

0.70mm

1000mm coil width

Half Hard

Mill Finish

DHP Copper Coil

0.70mm

1230mm coil width

Half Hard

Mill Finish

 

Fixings for steel trough cladding:

FRAMING

FIXINGS FOR CONCEALED CLIPS (TWO PER CLIP)

Timber:

10# gauge screws long enough to penetrate a minimum of 30mm into the timber purlin.

Steel up to 3mm, and

Steel 3mm - 12mm

10# x 16mm wafer head screws, or 12# Hex head screws (where the profile provides clearance). Fasteners must penetrate a minimum of 6mm into the steel.

Correct fastener selection to be made in consultation with Taranaki Steelformers. NZMRM CoP provides some information on selection, fixing methods and placement of fasteners. ensure fastener durability is at least equal to durability of cladding material.

**Note - Change Class 4 to Class 5 for Exposure Zone E to NZBC E2/AS1 (and C5 to ISO 9223).

4.12
TARANAKI STEELFORMERS QUATTRO 25MM NAILSTRIP SNAPLOCK CLADDING

Location:

~

Profile:

Steelformers 25mm Nailstrip Snaplock

Base Metal Thickness (BMT):

~

Base metal type:

~

Coating system:

~

Coating colour:

~

Pan width:

~

Pan fixing:

~

Substrate:

~mm thick plywood

Options:

Base metal type / BMT:

Zincalume 0.55mm (G300) BMT;

Aluminium (mill finish or coated) 0.90mm BMT;

Copper 0.70mm BMT.

Coating system:

Zincalume coating options - Colorsteel® Endura®, Colorsteel® Maxx®;

Aluminium coating - Euromax premium coil coated with Protec primer and PVDF coating.

Coating colour:

Refer to coating system colour range.

Pan width:

Standard widths are 370mm and 460mm (rib to rib). Custom pan widths are possible.

It is standard Steelformers practice that the pans are run with swages, for extra rigidity and strength, and for reducing wind-driven roof noise. If the customer wants a smooth finish to the pans it is at Steelformers discretion.  In very high and extra-high wind zones pans must be run with swages.

Vented underlay is required to be used in High, Very-High and Extra-High wind zones.

25mm Snapseam is not suitable for use in Specific Engineering Design (SED) wind zones.

Pan fixing:

Concealed clips fixed to Steelformers technical information. Refer to various fixings listed in table below. Refer to NZMRM Code of Practice or consult with Steelformers representative, to confirm Fixing Clip spacings and fixings, to suit Wind Zone and framing type, respectively.

Substrate:

For Low/Med/High Wind Zones, 25mm Nailstrip Snaplock requires a substrate.

The minimum requirement for a substrate is a plywood sheet 12mm thick, H3.2 treated (water based system), stress Grade F11, installed moisture content 18% or less. Substrate fixed to structural frame to NZBC, and Taranaki Steelformers technical information.

 

Options for coated Steel:

Base Metal Type:

BMT:

Steel Grade:

Coating System:

Zincalume®

0.55mm

G300

Colorsteel® Endura®

Zincalume®

0.55mm

G300

Colorsteel® Maxx®

Zincalume®

0.55mm

G550

Colorsteel® Endura®

Zincalume®

0.55mm

G550

Colorsteel® Maxx®

 

Options for Aluminium (Mill Finish)

Aluminium (Mill Finish)

BMT

Coil Width

Temper

Mill Finish

5005 series coil

0.9mm

1200mm

H32

0000510

5005 series coil

0.9mm

1200mm

H32

0014231

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

1200mm

H32

0017643

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

1220mm

H34

0018333

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

1220mm

H36

0015106

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

610mm

H34

0018373

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

940mm

H34

0018332

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

940mm

H36

0014699

 

Options for Aluminium (coated)

Aluminium (coated)

BMT

Coil Width

Temper

Coating system

5005 series coil

0.9mm BMT

1200mm

H34

ColorCote® AlumiGard™, by Pacific Coilcoaters

5052 series marine grade coil

0.9mm BMT

1200mm

H36

ColorCote® AlumiGard™, by Pacific Coilcoaters

 

Copper:

Sheet or Coil

BMT

Size

Temper

Finish

DHP Copper sheet

0.70mm

2400mm x 1000mm

Half Hard

Mill Finish

DHP Copper Coil

0.70mm

610mm coil width

Half Hard

Mill Finish

DHP Copper Coil

0.70mm

1000mm coil width

Half Hard

Mill Finish

DHP Copper Coil

0.70mm

1230mm coil width

Half Hard

Mill Finish

 

Fixings for steel trough cladding.

FRAMING

FIXINGS FOR CONCEALED CLIPS (TWO PER CLIP)

Timber:

10# gauge screws long enough to penetrate a minimum of 30mm into the timber purlin.

Steel up to 3mm, and

Steel 3mm - 12mm

10# x 16mm wafer head screws, or 12# Hex head screws (where the profile provides clearance). Fasteners must penetrate a minimum of 6mm into the steel.

Correct fastener selection to be made in consultation with Taranaki Steelformers. NZMRM CoP provides some information on selection, fixing methods and placement of fasteners. ensure fastener durability is at least equal to durability of cladding material.

**Note - Change Class 4 to Class 5 for Exposure Zone E to NZBC E2/AS1 (and C5 to ISO 9223).

4.13
TARANAKI STEELFORMERS QUATTRO 25MM SNAPSEAM CLADDING

Location:

~

Profile:

Steelformers 25mm Snapseam

Base Metal Thickness (BMT):

~ mm

Base metal type:

~

Coating system:

~

Coating colour:

~

Pan width:

~

Pan fixing:

~

Substrate:

~mm thick plywood

Options:

Base metal type / BMT:

Zincalume 0.55mm (G300) BMT;

Aluminium (mill finish or coated) 0.90mm BMT;

Copper 0.70mm BMT.

Coating system:

Zincalume coating options - Colorsteel® Endura®, Colorsteel® Maxx®;

Aluminium coating - Euromax premium coil coated with Protec primer and PVDF coating.

Coating colour:

Refer to coating system colour range.

Pan width:

Standard pan width are 195mm (cladding only), 275mm or 415mm.  Custom pan widths are possible.  It is standard Steelformers practice that the pans are run with swages, for extra rigidity and strength, and for reducing wind-driven roof noise. If the customer wants a smooth finish to the pans it is at Steelformers discretion.  In very high and extra-high wind zones pans must be run with swages.

Pan fixing:

Concealed clips fixed to Steelformers technical information.  Refer to various fixings listed in table below. Refer to NZMRM Code of Practice or consult with Steelformers representative, to confirm Fixing Clip spacings and fixings, to suit Wind Zone and framing type, respectively.

Substrate:

For Low/Med/High Wind Zones, Quattro 25mm Snapseam requires a substrate.

The minimum requirement for a substrate is a plywood sheet 12mm thick, H3.2 treated (water based system), stress Grade F11, installed moisture content 18% or less. Substrate fixed to structural frame to NZBC, and Taranaki Steelformers technical information.

 

Options for coated Steel:

Base Metal Type:

BMT:

Steel Grade:

Coating System:

Zincalume®

0.55mm

G300

Colorsteel® Endura®

Zincalume®

0.55mm

G300

Colorsteel® Maxx®

Zincalume®

0.55mm

G550

Colorsteel® Endura®

Zincalume®

0.55mm

G550

Colorsteel® Maxx®

 

Options for Aluminium (Mill Finish)

Aluminium (Mill Finish)

BMT

Coil Width

Temper

Mill Finish

5005 series coil

0.9mm

1200mm

H32

0000510

5005 series coil

0.9mm

1200mm

H32

0014231

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

1200mm

H32

0017643

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

1220mm

H34

0018333

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

1220mm

H36

0015106

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

610mm

H34

0018373

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

940mm

H34

0018332

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

940mm

H36

0014699

 

Options for Aluminium (coated)

Aluminium (coated)

BMT

Coil Width

Temper

Coating system

5005 series coil

0.9mm BMT

1200mm

H34

ColorCote® AlumiGard™, by Pacific Coilcoaters

5052 series marine grade coil

0.9mm BMT

1200mm

H36

ColorCote® AlumiGard™, by Pacific Coilcoaters

 

Copper:

Sheet or Coil

BMT

Size

Temper

Finish

DHP Copper sheet

0.70mm

2400mm x 1000mm

Half Hard

Mill Finish

DHP Copper Coil

0.70mm

610mm coil width

Half Hard

Mill Finish

DHP Copper Coil

0.70mm

1000mm coil width

Half Hard

Mill Finish

DHP Copper Coil

0.70mm

1230mm coil width

Half Hard

Mill Finish

 

Fixings for steel trough cladding.

FRAMING

FIXINGS FOR CONCEALED CLIPS (TWO PER CLIP)

Timber:

10# gauge screws long enough to penetrate a minimum of 30mm into the timber purlin.

Steel up to 3mm, and

Steel 3mm - 12mm

10# x 16mm wafer head screws, or 12# Hex head screws (where the profile provides clearance). Fasteners must penetrate a minimum of 6mm into the steel.

Correct fastener selection to be made in consultation with Taranaki Steelformers. NZMRM CoP provides some information on selection, fixing methods and placement of fasteners. ensure fastener durability is at least equal to durability of cladding material.

**Note - Change Class 4 to Class 5 for Exposure Zone E to NZBC E2/AS1 (and C5 to ISO 9223).

accessories
4.14
FLASHINGS - GENERALLY

Profile:

~

Base metal type:

~

Base Metal Thickness (BMT):

~

Coating system:

To match cladding

Paint colour:

To match cladding

Options:

Profile:

Head flashing, sill flashing, soffit flashing, internal/external corner flashing, parapet flashing. Available in lengths up to 8 metres.

Base metal type / BMT:

Zincalume 0.55mm (G300) BMT;

Aluminium (mill finish or coated) 0.90mm BMT;

Copper 0.70mm BMT.

Coating system:

Zincalume coating options - Colorsteel® Endura®, Colorsteel® Maxx®;

Aluminium coating - Euromax premium coil coated with Protec primer and PVDF coating.

Coating colour:

Refer to coating system colour range.

Modify colour and coating if necessary. Delete if specified elsewhere in documentation e.g. drawings.

 

Options for coated Steel:

Base Metal Type:

BMT:

Steel Grade:

Coating System:

Zincalume®

0.55mm

G300

Colorsteel® Endura®

Zincalume®

0.55mm

G300

Colorsteel® Maxx®

 

Options for Aluminium (Mill Finish)

Aluminium (Mill Finish)

BMT

Coil Width

Temper

Mill Finish

5005 series coil

0.9mm

1200mm

H32

0000510

5005 series coil

0.9mm

1200mm

H32

0014231

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

1200mm

H32

0017643

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

1220mm

H34

0018333

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

1220mm

H36

0015106

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

610mm

H34

0018373

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

940mm

H34

0018332

5052 series roofing coil

0.9mm

940mm

H36

0014699

 

Options for Aluminium (coated)

Aluminium (coated)

BMT

Coil Width

Temper

Coating system

5005 series coil

0.9mm BMT

1200mm

H34

ColorCote® AlumiGard™, by Pacific Coilcoaters

5052 series marine grade coil

0.9mm BMT

1200mm

H36

ColorCote® AlumiGard™, by Pacific Coilcoaters

 

Copper:

Sheet or Coil

BMT

Size

Temper

Finish

DHP Copper sheet

0.70mm

2400mm x 1000mm

Half Hard

Mill Finish

DHP Copper Coil

0.70mm

610mm coil width

Half Hard

Mill Finish

DHP Copper Coil

0.70mm

1000mm coil width

Half Hard

Mill Finish

DHP Copper Coil

0.70mm

1230mm coil width

Half Hard

Mill Finish

4.15
UNDERLAY

Location:

~

Manufacturer:

~

Brand:

~

Weight:

~

4.16
CLOSURE STRIPS

Brand:

~

4.17
PVC TAPE TO TIMBER CAVITY BATTEN

Brand:

~