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  • ¾"

    24" or 18" COVERAGE

    16" or 18" COVERAGE

    3"

    3"

    24" or 18" COVERAGE

    1¾"

    16" COVERAGE

    2"

    Central Span™Product Guide

    HELPFUL INFORMATION ON PANELS, TRIMS, GUTTERS AND ACCESSORIES

    GUID_PROD_CentralSpan_180530.3D C

    Copyright © 2020, Central States Manufacturing, Inc., All Rights Reserved.

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    Information in this catalog may vary by plant location.Please call your salesperson to verify product availability.

    NOTICE: The application and detail drawings in this manual are strictly for illustration purposes and may not be applicable to all building designs or product installations. Projects should conform to local building codes. Central States Manufacturing is not responsible for the performance of the material if it is not installed correctly.

    Information contained in this booklet was in effect at the time of publication and is subject to change without notice.

    Warranties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4Panel and Color Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5Section Properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6Converting Pitch to Degree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7Receiving and Handling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-9Tools / Field Cutting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10Sealants. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11Fasteners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12Trims Over Open Purlins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13-14Trims Over Decking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15-17Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18-21Gutters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22

    INDEX

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    ¾"

    24" or 18" COVERAGE

    16" or 18" COVERAGE

    3"

    3"

    24" or 18" COVERAGE

    1¾"

    16" COVERAGE

    2"

    • 2” Vertical Mechanically Seamed Structural Roof Panel.

    • 16" panel coverage.

    • Minor striations in the flat.

    • Clip has a full 3” of Thermal Movement.

    • 90° or 180° seam.

    • Roof Slopes 1/4:12 and greater.

    • Factory applied sealant.

    • One of the highest uplift ratings in the industry.

    The Central Span™ panel has a traditional flat pan, vertical rib appearance, often preferred by traditional architects for superior appearance and performance. Central Span™ roofs meet the requirements for a wide range of roof slopes, shapes, loads, weather and related conditions. It has many of the features required for architecturally shaped roofs.

    CENTRAL SPAN™

    WARRANTIESWARRANTIESWarranties are available in paper format and downloadable from our website. After the job is complete, fill out a warranty with your contractor/installer details and the Central States order number. Give the warranty to the building owner to keep for their records. Optional warranty registration is available online.

    Learn more at centralstatesmfg.com/warranties

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    *NOTE: Striation waiver must be signed before producing any order without striations. Panels with no striations may exhibit oil canning in the flat area of the panels. This is common to the industry. It does not affect the integrity of the panel and is not a reason for rejection.

    PANEL CODES

    PANEL PROFILE TYPE CODECentral Span™ 16" Standard VSR16(color)Central Span™ 16" Swedged VSR16(color)SWCentral Span™ 16" No Striations* VSR16(color)NSCentral Span™ 16" No Striations, Swedged* VSR16(color)SWNS

    Use the panel and color codes below to create the code you need. For example: Central Span™ 16" Autumn would be VSR16AU.

    Galvalume® is a registered trademark of BIEC International, Inc..

    FLUROPON® CODEAsh ASAutumn AUBrite BTBronze BZDark Bronze DBEvergreen EVGalvalume® GLSand SASlate Gray SGSmoke SMTerratone TETudor TUVerdigris VE

    COLOR CODES

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    SECTION PROPERTIES

    Gauge Span Span (ft) Condition 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 6

    SS Stress 555.5 355.5 246.9 181.4 138.9 109.7 88.9 61.7

    L/180 2122.4 1086.6 628.8 396.0 265.3 186.3 135.8 78.6

    DS Stress 325.9 219.3 156.9 117.4 91.1 72.6 59.2 41.4

    24

    L/180 5108.1 2615.4 1513.5 953.1 638.5 448.4 326.9 189.2

    TS Stress 366.7 249.4 179.6 135.1 105.0 83.9 68.5 48.1

    L/180 4005.1 2050.6 1186.7 747.3 500.6 351.6 256.3 148.3

    16" WIDE, CSMI CENTRAL SPAN™ PANEL

    Section properties and allowables are calculated in accordance with North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members (2001 Edition & 2004 Supplement). I +/- is for deflection determination. S +/- is for bending determination & Ma is allowable bending moment. Ma is allowable bending moment and Va is allowable shear. All values are for one foot of panel width. Minimum deliverable bare steel thickness should not be less than 0.95 of design thickness. Allowable intermediate bearing at 2.5” = 0.357 kips/ft. Allowable end bearing at 2.5” = 0.126 kips/ft.

    Gauge

    24

    Thickness(inches)

    0.0221

    Weight(psf )

    1.254

    Yield Stress(ksi)

    50.0

    Ixxin4/ft

    0.1943

    Sxxin3/ft

    0.1113

    Main.kips/ft

    3.333

    Ixxin4/ft

    0.0900

    Sxxin3/ft

    0.0762

    Main.kips/ft

    2.282

    Top in Compression(Positive Bending)

    Bottom in Compression(Negative Bending)

    Allowable load based on stress is the smallest load due to bending, shear and combined bending and shear. Allowable load based on deflection limit cannot exceed allowable load based on stress. These loads are for panel strength. Frames, purlins, clips, fasteners and all supports must be designed to resist all loads imposed on the panel. Allowable uplift loads based on stress have not been increased by 33.33 % for wind uplift. Allowable loads for deflection are based on deflection limitation of span/180. For roof panels, self weight of the panel has to be deducted from the allowable inward load to arrive at the actual ‘live load’ carrying capacity of the panel. SS = Simple span, DS = Double Span and TS = Three or more spans

    THEORETICAL ALLOWABLE LIVE & WIND LOADS

    Span 1592Test 1592 COE Ultimate Load Design Load Design Load 2.0 232.3 136.4 140.8 2.5 113.2 116.9 3.0 94.3 97.3 3.5 80.9 83.5 4.0 70.8 73.1 4.5 62.9 64.9 5.0 96.5 56.6 58.5

    Span 1592Test 1592 COE Ultimate Load Design Load Design Load 2.0 326.1 191.2 197.6 2.5 157.6 163.0 3.0 131.3 135.8 3.5 112.6 116.5 4.0 98.5 101.9 4.5 87.6 90.6 5.0 134.7 78.8 81.6

    The above tabulated loads are generated from certified ASTM E-1592 testing. Intermediate design loads are interpolated from ultimate test loads. Design loads contain a safety factor of calculated per AISI. COE design load contains a 1.65 safety factor per COE 07416 Specification. These load capacities are for the panel itself. Frames, purlins, clips, fasteners, and all supports must be designed to resist all loads imposed by the panel. Allowable wind uplift loads have not been increased by 33% as allowed by some codes when wind load controls. This material is subject to change with out notice. Contact Central States for most current values.

    AllowableShear

    (kips/ft)

    0.79

    ALLOWABLE LIVE LOADS - All loads in pounds per square foot.

    ALLOWABLE WIND UPLIFT LOADS - 24 Gauge Material (Fy = 50 ksi). All loads in pounds per square foot. 90° Seam 180° Seam

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    CONVERTING PITCH TO DEGREE

    135°

    1:12PITCH

    2:12PITCH

    3:12PITCH

    4:12PITCH

    5:12PITCH

    6:12PITCH

    7:12PITCH

    8:12PITCH

    9:12PITCH

    10:12PITCH

    11:12PITCH

    12:12PITCH

    13:12PITCH

    14:12PITCH

    15:12PITCH

    16:12PITCH

    17:12PITCH

    18:12PITCH

    1:12PITCH 175° 171° 166° 162° 158° 155° 151° 148° 145° 142° 140° 137° 135° 133° 132° 130° 128°

    2:12PITCH 175° 175° 171° 167° 163° 159° 156° 153° 150° 147° 144° 142° 140° 138° 136° 135° 133°

    3:12PITCH 171° 175° 176° 171° 167° 164° 160° 157° 154° 152° 149° 147° 145° 143° 141° 139° 138°

    4:12PITCH 166° 171° 176° 176° 172° 168° 165° 162° 159° 156° 153° 151° 149° 147° 145° 144° 142°

    5:12PITCH 162° 167° 171° 176° 176° 172° 169° 166° 163° 160° 158° 155° 153° 151° 149° 148° 146°

    6:12PITCH 158° 163° 167° 172° 176° 176° 173° 170° 167° 164° 162° 159° 157° 155° 153° 152° 150°

    7:12PITCH 155° 159° 164° 168° 172° 176° 177° 173° 170° 168° 165° 163° 161° 159° 157° 155° 154°

    8:12PITCH 151° 156° 160° 165° 169° 173° 177° 177° 174° 171° 169° 166° 164° 162° 161° 159° 157°

    9:12PITCH 148° 153° 157° 162° 166° 170° 173° 177° 177° 174° 172° 170° 167° 166° 164° 162° 161°

    10:12PITCH 145° 150° 154° 159° 163° 167° 170° 174° 177° 177° 175° 173° 170° 168° 167° 165° 163°

    11:12PITCH 142° 147° 152° 156° 160° 164° 168° 171° 174° 177° 178° 175° 173° 171° 169° 168° 166°

    12:12PITCH 140° 144° 149° 153° 158° 162° 165° 169° 172° 175° 178° 178° 176° 174° 172° 170° 169°

    LOWER ROOF PITCH (INCHES OF RISE OVER 12" OF RUN)

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    F RI

    SE O

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    12"

    OF

    RUN

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    TRANSITION TRIM

    180°

    170°

    160°

    150°140°

    130° 120°

    110° 100°90°

    80° 70°

    60° 50°

    40°30°

    20°

    10°

    Use these charts to calculate degrees when designing custom trim.Please specify pitch when ordering.

    90°

    Upper Transition Trim

    3:12

    10:12154°

    Lower Transition Trim

    10:12

    3:12

    154°

    Painted side

    Painted side

    Find the box that intersects your lower and upper roof pitches.

    If the intersection landsin the gray area, select anLower Transition trim.

    30°

    1:12PITCH

    2:12PITCH

    3:12PITCH

    4:12PITCH

    5:12PITCH

    6:12PITCH

    7:12PITCH

    8:12PITCH

    9:12PITCH

    10:12PITCH

    11:12PITCH

    12:12PITCH

    94° 99° 104° 108° 112° 116° 120° 123° 126° 129° 132° 135°

    173° 167° 160° 154° 148° 143° 138° 134° 130° 126° 123° 120°

    170° 161° 152° 143° 135° 127° 120° 113° 106° 100° 95° 90°

    SINGLE SLOPE PITCHES Fascia, Eave, Endwall, Tie-In, Gutter

    DOUBLE SLOPE PITCHES Hip, Valley

    RIDGE CAP

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    RECEIVING & HANDLINGMATERIAL INVENTORYYour material is carefully inspected and crated before leaving the plant and accepted by the transportation company as being complete and in satisfactory condition. It is the carrier’s responsibility to deliver the shipment intact. It is the consignee’s responsibility to inspect the shipment for damages and shortages when it is delivered.

    Conducting a material inventory at the time of delivery is essential. By conducting the materials inventory, the erector is able to identify any material shortage or damage and avoid stopping installation later because of such shortage or damage.

    It is imperative that any shortages or damage of the delivered materials be noted at once and clearly marked on the bill of lading before signature of acceptance. Notify Central-States immediately of any conflicts. Central-States will not be responsible for shortages or damages unless they are noted on the bill of lading.

    In the case of packaged components (such as clips, fasteners and sealants, etc.), the quantities are marked on their container and should be checked against the bill of materials. Central-States must be notified of any shortages or concealed damage within 15 days of delivery.

    EQUIPMENT FOR UNLOADING AND LIFTINGHoisting equipment is necessary to unload and position the panels and accessory crates for site storage and installation. The equipment must have sufficient capacity and reach to place the material where it is required for efficient installation.

    Slings will be required to minimize panel damage. The recommended slings are nylon straps of 6” minimum

    width and of sufficient length to accommodate the panel bundle girth.

    A spreader bar will be required for the longer panel crates to assure correct sling spacing and uniform lifting. The spreader bar must be large enough to handle the maximum panel bundle weight and length.

    A forklift is handy for unloading and placing shorter panel and accessory crates.

    LIFTING ROOF PANEL BUNDLESUnder normal conditions, panel crates less than 35’ long can be lifted with two slings spaced at third points. Panel crates longer than 35’ can be lifted with three slings located at quarter points using a spreader bar to achieve correct sling spacing for uniform lift.

    Slings should be located under the cross boards. Loads should always be checked for secure hook-up, proper

    balance, and lift clearance. Tag lines should be used if necessary to control the load during lifting, especially if operating in the wind.

    Panel crates less than 25’ long may be lifted with a forklift only if the forks are spread at least 5’ apart and blocking is used to prevent panel damage by the forks.

    *For illustration only. Actual packaging may differ from drawing.

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    RECEIVING & HANDLING

    HANDLING INDIVIDUAL ROOF PANELSTo lift individual panels, lift one side of the panel by the seam letting it hang naturally to prevent buckling. Pick-up points should not be more than 10’ apart.

    Do not pick-up panels by the ends only, or in a flat position.

    If the individual panels are to be lifted to the roof by hand line, the common method is to use the vice grip “C” clamps. Position the clamps on the flat of the panel as close as possible to one edge so the panel is lifted in a vertical position. The jaws of the vice grips must be padded to prevent damage to the panel surface. The clamps should be uniformly spaced, no more than 10’ apart and the hand lines must be pulled in unison so that uneven lifting does not buckle the panel. Be sure the clamps are tight on the panel and the line is secure to prevent dropping the panel which can result in personal injury and property damage.

    FIELD STORAGEUpon acceptance of the shipment, the customer or his representative is responsible for proper handling storage and security of the roof materials. Central States is not liable for damage or loss of materials at the job site.

    The roof panel bundles should be stored on the job site in accordance with the following recommendations:

    A. Store panels in a protected area, out of standing water and drifting snow, etc.

    B. Elevate panels with blocking to allow air circulation

    under the bundle.

    C. Slope panels for drainage of moisture from the panels.

    D. As necessary, cover panels with waterproof tarp, allowing for air circulation (do not wrap tarp under panel crate or restrict air movement).

    E. Inspect panels daily for moisture accumulation.

    F. If panel bundles contain moisture, the panels should be dried and re-stacked. Use care in re-stacking to avoid damage to panels.

    G. Opened or re-stacked panel bundles should be secured to prevent wind damage.

    When moving panel bundles, extreme caution should be taken to prevent damage to the panel edges. Uncrated panels should be supported at each end and at 10’ spaces.

    All bundles or loose panels on the roof should be banded to the roof structurals at the end of each workday. On steep roofs, provisions should be taken to prevent panels and panel crates from sliding off the roof. Be sure to set panel bundles on the roof in the proper direction for the installation sequence.

    Trim and accessories should be stored in a secure area and protected from damage, weather, and theft. Fasteners, sealants, closures, etc., should be stored out of the weather and protected from contamination.

    *For illustration only. Actual packaging may differ from drawing.

    TIP Stack blocking so bundle is sloped for drainage.

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    INSTALLATION BASICSPROPER TOOLSBefore you start paneling, be sure that the proper equipment and tools are on hand. The tools must be in good operating condition and operators should adhere to safety precautions at all times.

    Improper use of tools, too few tools, inadequate power source, or other equipment deficiencies slow down the installation process. The cost of inefficient working is usually greater than the cost of providing good equipment.

    EQUIPMENT LIST• Seam Clamp — Minimum of (2) required

    • Motorized Seaming Machine*

    • Manual Seaming Tool

    • Screw Guns — Designed for use with self-drilling screws

    • Socket Extensions — 6” extension for screw gun

    • Hex Socket Heads — 5/16” and 3/8”, magnetic

    • Drill Motor — 1/4” capacity

    • Drill Bits — Assortment

    • Sheet Metal Cutter — or power shears or nibbler

    • “C” Clamps — vise grip, with swivel pads

    • Pop Rivet Tool — 1/8” capacity

    • Sheet Metal Shears — left and right cut

    • Steel Measuring Tape — 12’, 50’, 100’

    • Nylon String

    • Chalk Line — (No Red Chalk)

    • Brooms

    • Marking Pen — (No Lead Pencil)

    • Caulk Guns — for 1/10 gallon sealant tubes

    ABRASIVE SAW PROBLEMSAbrasive saws (circular saws with friction disks) are not recommended for cutting roof panels or flashing. Abrasive saws create high heat that may burn away the protective coating from the panel edge, causing the edge to rust.

    Also, abrasive saw dust contains fine, hot steel particles, which accumulate on panel and flashing surfaces where they rust and can cause staining and rusting of those surfaces.

    Rust caused by abrasive saw damage or abrasive dust particles can be excluded from warranty claims.

    SHEARING METHODSIt is recommended that panels and flashing be cut with shears to provide a clean, undamaged cut. On shear cut edges, the protective coating extends to the edge of the cut and is often wiped over the edge to further protect the base metal.

    Whenever possible, fit the material so that the factory cut edge is exposed and the field cut edge is covered.

    When field cutting complex shapes, it is usually easier to cut out a 1” wide strip using both left and right hand shears. The 1” cutout provides clearance to smoothly cut the flats and the clearance to work the shears around tight corners.

    When making repetitive cuts (such as cutting panels at a hip condition) it is recommended that a template be made from a piece of drop-off panel or flash to provide fast and accurate marking of the field cut. When using panel material for the template, cut off the top portion of the panel ribs so that the template is easily laid onto the panel being marked.

    MARKING PANELSAvoid marking the panels for cutting, etc., in a manner that will leave visible markings and stains, etc., on the finished roof surface. Use chalk or felt tip ink markers. Do not use red chalk or graphite (lead) pencils on unpainted panel surfaces, the graphite can cause rusting of the surface.

    FIELD CUTTING

    • Power Source and Extension Cords — capable of handling the total equipment requirements, including 20-amp seamer machine, without power drop due to extension cord length.

    * Seamer rental information at centralstatesmfg.com.

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    SEALANTS

    COMPRESSIONTo assure proper adhesion and seal, the tape sealant must be compressed between the panel and flashing surfaces with firm and uniform pressure. In most cases, the required pressure is applied by the clamping action of screws pulling the adjoining surfaces together. However, the tape sealant’s resistance to pressure becomes greater in cold weather.

    During cold weather, the fasteners must be tightened slowly to allow the sealant time to compress. If the fasteners are tightened too fast, the fastener may strip out before the sealant compresses adequately, or the panel or flash may deform in the immediate area of the fastener, leaving the rest of the sealant insufficiently compressed.

    INSIDE CORNERSAn inside radius, such as where the panel flat meets a rib, is usually the most critical area to seal. A common mistake for the installer, is to bridge the sealant across the inside radius. When the lapping panel or flashing is pushed into place, the bridged sealant is stretched

    and thinned. The sealant may then be too thin to adequately seal this critical area.

    When tape sealant is applied at an inside radius, it is recommended that the sealant be folded back on itself, then push the sealant fold into the radius. Do not tear but cut the tape sealant to length with a box knife.

    TEMPERATURE EFFECTSTemperature extremes must be considered during installation of the roof due to the sensitivity of sealants. The recommended installation temperature range is 20º F to 120º F. At colder temperatures, the sealant stiffens resulting in loss of adhesion and compressibility. At hotter temperatures, the sealant becomes too soft for practical handling. On cold but sunny days, the panel’s surface may become warm enough to accept the application of a heated sealant even though the air temperature is below 20º F.

    When overnight temperatures fall below freezing, the sealant should be stored in a heated room so it will be warm enough to use the following day. On hot days, the sealant cartons should be stored off the roof in a cool and shaded area. While on the roof, sealant rolls should be kept shaded until actual use.

    In very cold weather, it is recommended that the fasteners be tightened slowly and only tight enough that the sealant is in full contact with the panel or flashing. Then on the next sunny day, complete the tightening process after the sun warms the panel and flashing surfaces.

    CONTAMINATIONTo assure proper adhesion and sealing, the sealant must have complete contact with adjoining surfaces and achieve 30% compression. Contaminants such as water, oil, dirt and dust prevent such contact. The panel and flashing surfaces must be dry and thoroughly cleaned of all contaminants. Before applying tape sealant, the sealant should be checked for contaminants. If the sealant surfaces are contaminated, it must not be used.

    During cool weather, condensation or light mist can accumulate on the panel and flashing surface and not

    be easily noticed. It is recommended that sealants always be kept under protective cover and that the panel and flashing surfaces be wiped dry immediately before installation.

    Tape sealant is provided with a protective paper to reduce contamination. Incomplete removal of the protective paper will prevent the sealant’s adhesion to the panel or flashing surfaces. Always check that the protective paper is completely removed. Do not remove the protective paper until immediately before the panel or flashing is installed over the sealant.

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    FASTENERSSCREW GUNUse torque control and variable speed screw guns for driving self-drilling screws. 2000-2500 RPM screw gun speeds are necessary to attain efficient drilling speeds. High tool amperage (4 to 7 AMP) is required to achieve the proper torque for proper seating and to secure the fastener.

    SOCKETSUse good quality sockets. Good fitting sockets reduce wobble and stripping of the screw heads, especially the alloy and capped heads. They also minimize objectionable paint chipping and scuffing on colored screws and minimize damage to the protective coating on unpainted screws.

    Magnetic sockets collect drill shavings, which will build up and eventually prevent the socket from seating properly on the screw heads. One method of removing

    the drill shavings is to roll up a ball of tape sealant and push the socket into the sealant.

    When the socket is removed from the sealant, most of the drill shavings will remain embedded in the sealant thereby cleaning the socket. This process should be repeated as often as needed to keep the socket clear of drill shavings.

    SOCKET EXTENSIONA 4” or 6” socket extension is recommended for installing the panel clip screws. With the extension, the screw can be driven straight down without tilting the screw gun to clear the panel or clip. Since socket extensions are slow to wear out, it is usually more cost effective to purchase socket extensions and good quality sockets rather than purchase sockets with built-in extensions.

    INSTALLATIONBefore starting the screw, the materials to be joined must be pressed together with foot or hand pressure. The pressure must be maintained until the screw has drilled through all the materials and the threads have engaged.Most self-drilling screws require 20 pounds of pressure to maintain the drilling action and to start the thread cutting action. Also, applying such pressure before starting the screw gun will usually prevent tip walking or wandering.

    If too little pressure is applied, the drill point may not cut into the metal and the point will heat up and become dull. If the pressure is too heavy, the bottom material may be deflected away, causing a standoff condition, or the drill tip may be broken or split.

    Screws must be held perpendicular to the panel or flashing surface during starting and driving.

    For proper seating of the fastener-sealing washer, the panel or flashing surface must be clean and drill shavings must be removed from under washers before seating. The fastener must be driven perpendicular

    to the panel surface so that the washer can seat level without warping or cupping.

    Do not over drive screws. Over driving can strip the threads and/or damage the sealing washer. Use screw gun with torque control set to function properly for the combination of fastener size, hole size and material thickness.

    The fastener should be driven tight enough to uniformly compress the washer but not so tight that the washer splits or rolls out from under it’s metal dome. The recommended procedure is to tighten the fastener until the sealing washer just starts to visually bulge from under the metal dome.

    As a good installation practice, all roof installers should carry approved oversized screws. Upon stripping or breaking a screw, the screw must be immediately removed and replaced with the appropriate oversized screw. Do not defer the screw replacement to be remembered and fixed later, or to be found by the clean-up crew. The majority of such screws will be overlooked until the customer complains of leakage.

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    PART # LENGTH GIRTH ROOF SLOPE

    TRIMS OVER OPEN PURLINSCutoffs times can vary by product type and length. Please contact your salesperson for details. All angles are 90° or 45° unless otherwise noted.

    All trims are 24 gauge, 50ksi, Fluropon® painted Galvalume® or Galvalume® unless otherwise specified. See page 5 for color codes.

    RIDGE CAP SSRCP102(color) 10'2" 23.5" Specify roof slope.Painted side

    RIDGE END CAPSSRCE(color) 14" Specify roof slope.

    VENTED RIDGE CAPCSLVRDG102(color) 10'2" 22.5" Specify roof slope.

    pitch

    5 ½"120°

    120°

    95°

    Painted side

    RAKE SLIDESSRS102(color) 10'2" 3" N/A

    Painted side

    SSPC102(color) 10'2" 8.5" Specify roof slope.

    BOX PANEL CAP TRIM

    FLOATING PEAK BOXVSRPBOXP(color) 1/4 - 6 :12 Use with SSHI sculptured high side eave/rake trim. Specify roof slope.

    For use over decking and open purlins.

    Painted side

    Painted side

    Painted side

    PART # ROOF SLOPE NOTES

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    SCULPTUREDHIGH SIDE EAVE TRIM SSHI102-2(color) 24 2" 10'2" 23.875" 1/4-1 3/4:12

    SSHI102>2(color) 24 3 11/16" 10'2" 25.5625" 1 3/4-4:12SSHI204-2(color) 24 2" 20'4" 23.875" 1/4-1 3/4:12SSHI204>2(color) 24 3 11/16" 20'4" 25.5625" 1 3/4-4:12

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    SCULPTURED EAVE TRIMSSEA102(color) 24 n/a 10'2" 14.25" Specify roof slope.SSEA204(color) 24 n/a 20'4" 14.25" Specify roof slope.

    Painted side

    TRIMS OVER OPEN PURLINSCutoffs times can vary by product type and length. Please contact your salesperson for details. All angles are 90° or 45° unless otherwise noted.

    All trims are 24 gauge, 50ksi, Fluropon® painted Galvalume® or Galvalume® unless otherwise specified. See page 5 for color codes.

    PART # GAUGE DIM. "A" LENGTH GIRTH ROOF SLOPE

    SIDEWALLSSSF102(color) 10'2" 10" N/A

    ENDWALLSSEF102(color) 10'2" 13.5" Specify roof slope.

    Painted side

    LOW VALLEY VSRLVAL102(color) 10'2" 34.5" Specify roof slope.

    HIGH VALLEY VSRHVAL102(color) 10'2" 36.75" Specify roof slope.

    Painted side

    Painted side

    Painted side

    PART # LENGTH GIRTH ROOF SLOPE

    Specify roof slope.

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    TRIMS OVER DECKINGCutoffs times can vary by product type and length. Please contact your salesperson for details. All angles are 90° or 45° unless otherwise noted.

    All trims are 24 gauge, 50ksi, Fluropon® painted Galvalume® or Galvalume® unless otherwise specified. See page 5 for color codes.

    TRIM CLEAT CSLTC102 10'2" 6.75" Specify roof slope. Random color.

    PART # LENGTH GIRTH ROOF SLOPE

    RIDGE CAP SS202RCP102(color) 10'2" 17.5" Specify roof slope.

    2 1/2”

    4 1/2"

    1 1/4”

    120° 120°

    Painted side

    VENTED RIDGE CAPCSLVRDG102(color) 10'2" 22.5" Specify roof slope.

    pitch

    5 ½"120°

    120°

    95°

    Painted side

    GABLE TRIM ANGLEVSRGTA102(color) 10'2" 3.5" N/A

    Painted side

    For use over decking and open purlins.

    Painted side

    ENDWALL SSEF102(color) 10'2" 13.5" Specify roof slope.Painted

    side

    FLOATING PEAK BOXVSRPBOXD(color) 1/4 - 6 :12 Use with VSRGA2 high eave/gable flashing. Specify roof slope.

    Painted side

    PART # ROOF SLOPE NOTES

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    PART # LENGTH GIRTH ROOF SLOPE

    EAVE FLASHINGCSLEA102(color) 10'2" 10.375" Specify roof slope.

    Painted side

    TRIMS OVER DECKINGCutoffs times can vary by product type and length. Please contact your salesperson for details. All angles are 90° or 45° unless otherwise noted.

    All trims are 24 gauge, 50ksi, Fluropon® painted Galvalume® or Galvalume® unless otherwise specified. See page 5 for color codes.

    HIGH EAVE/GABLE FLASHING VSRGA2102(color) 10'2" 12.25" Specify roof slope.

    VSRGA2204(color) 20'4" 12.25" Specify roof slope.

    Painted side

    RAKE FLASHING

    4”

    1”

    “A”

    Painted side

    PART # GAUGE DIM. "A" LENGTH GIRTH ROOF SLOPE

    SSSF102(color) 24 5" 10'2" 10" n/aSSPRF102(color) 24 7" 10'2" 12" n/a

    COUNTER FLASHINGCSLCF102(color) 10'2" 6" N/A

    Painted side

    VALLEY CSLVAL102(color) 10'2" 27.5" Specify roof slope.

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    TRIMS OVER DECKINGCutoffs times can vary by product type and length. Please contact your salesperson for details. All angles are 90° or 45° unless otherwise noted.

    All trims are 24 gauge, 50ksi, Fluropon® painted Galvalume® or Galvalume® unless otherwise specified. See page 5 for color codes.

    FLAT SHEETFSK102(color) 10'2 48.5" 24 ga.

    PART # LENGTH GIRTH ROOF SLOPE

    TERMINATION ZEEVSRRAKEZ102(color) 10'2" 4.5"

    END DAM

    VSRED16 16" GALVALUMEVSRED16(color) 16" PAINTED

    For use over decking and open purlins.

    For use over decking and open purlins.

    PART # FINISH GAUGE SIZE LENGTH WEIGHT

    CL7712 Red Oxide 14 2 3/8" x 3 1/2" 20'0" 31.00 lbs.RAKE SUPPORT - LOW

    Use with low clips.

    RAKE SUPPORT - HIGHCL7710 Red Oxide 14 3 3/8" x 2 1/2" 20'0" 31.00 lbs.

    Use with high clips.CL7710 is also used as a low rake support for Central-Loc and Central Seam Plus.

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    PART # LENGTH WIDTHFLOATING CLIPFOR 3/8" STAND-OFF

    VSRLCLIP 4 5/16" 2 3/8"22ga. Galvanized Steel Tab, 16ga. Galvanized Steel Base

    FLOATING CLIPFOR 1 3/8" STAND-OFF

    VSRHCLIP 4 5/16" 3 3/8"22ga. Galvanized Steel Tab, 16ga. Galvanized Steel Base

    FLOATING PERIMETER PLATEFOR 3/8" STAND-OFF VSRLPPLATE 10' 2" 3"

    1 1/2"

    3/8"

    1 1/2" 16ga. Galvanized Steel

    FLOATING PERIMETER PLATEFOR 1 3/8" STAND-OFF VSRHPPLATE 10' 2" 3"

    16ga. Galvanized Steel

    THERMALSPACER BLOCK

    TS1638 16" 3 3/8" 128

    Extruded polystyrene foam. Longer lead times may apply.

    PART # LENGTH WIDTH THICKNESS BOX QUANTITY

    ACCESSORIES

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    ACCESSORIES

    VSRBP-172 6' 250/skidBACK-UP CHANNEL

    PART # COLOR LENGTH #PER BAG

    CLIP FASTENER #10VSRWFAST 1 1/2" 250FOR PANEL CLIP & EAVE PLATE

    ATTACHMENT TO WOOD DECKING

    CLIP FASTENER #14114CLIPFAST 1 1/4" 250FOR PANEL CLIP & EAVE PLATE

    ATTACHMENT TO STEEL PURLINS

    TRIM FASTENER / METAL TO METAL PANCAKE

    12FASTENER 1" 250FOR TRIM TO PERIMETER PLATE

    LAP FASTENER #1478ZLAP 7/8" 250FOR END DAM ONLY

    METAL DECKFASTENER #12 209FASTENER 2" 250FOR FASTENING CLIP TO METAL DECKING

    Longer lead times may apply.

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    ACCESSORIESPART # COLOR LENGTH #PER BAG

    LONG LIFELAP FASTENER 78(color)ZACLAP all 7/8" 250FOR EXPOSED TRIM FASTENING

    LONG LIFEENDLAP/EAVE FASTENER 114(color)ZACMM all 1 1/4" 250FOR PANEL ENDLAP/EAVE ATTACHMENT

    SHOULDERFASTENER #14

    114SHOULDER 1 1/4" 250FOR FLOATING RAKE PLATE ATTACHMENTTO STEEL PURLINS

    ROOFFASTENER 1FFASTENER 1 1/2" 250FOR END DAMS, RAKE Z'S, AND VALLEY PLATE

    POP RIVET POP(color) 100FOR FLASHING JOINTS 1/8" body diameter

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    ACCESSORIESPART # COLOR LENGTH

    URETUBE 10.3oz tube (white) SEALANT

    VSRELT 30' rollENDLAP SEALANT

    PREVENTPREVENT 8' SECTION

    SCULPTUREDRAKE END SSRE(color) n/a n/a n/a

    Use with SSRA102, SSRA204 sculptured rake trim. Specify left or right.

    OUTSIDE CORNER BOXSSOCB(color) 18" 16" n/a

    Use with VSRGU, SSRA102, SSRA204 sculptured rake trim. Specify roof slope.

    Painted side

    PART # LENGTH GIRTH ROOF SLOPE

    PART # TYPE WIDTH THICKNESS LENGTH #PER CARTON CARTON WT.TAPE SEALER

    CL504A Tri-Bead 7/8" 3/16" 25' 8 rolls 20.0 lbs

    Use to fill any voids at the minor ribs of panel for eave and valley conditions.Sold by carton only.

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    SSGEN(color) Specify roof slope.CSLBGEND(color) N/A

    GUTTERS

    BOX GUTTER CSLGU102(color) 10'2" 24.25" Specify roof slope.CSLGU204(color) 20'4" 24.25" Specify roof slope.

    GUTTER EAVE TRIMCSLGET102(color) 10'2" 7.5" Specify roof slope.

    Painted side

    Painted side

    Painted side

    SCULPTURED GUTTERVSRGU102(color) 10'2" 24.8125" Specify roof slope.VSRGU204(color) 20'4" 24.8125" Specify roof slope.Painted

    side

    Left and right

    GUTTER STRAPCL246 10" 2.25" SCULPTURED GUTTERCSLGS102(color) 10'2" 3.125" FIELD CUT TO LENGTH

    10”

    PART # LENGTH WIDTH ROOF SLOPE

    DOWNSPOUT

    Painted side

    CL246 FOR SCULPTURED CLGS102 FOR BOX GUTTER

    GUTTER END CAP

    SSGEN FOR SCULPTURED CSLBGEND FOR BOX GUTTER

    Left and right

    CSLDSE45(color)DOWNSPOUT ELBOW CSLDSLVE(color)DOWNSPOUT CONNECTOR

    Painted side

    Painted side

    CSLDS102(color) 10'2"CSLDS122(color) 12'2" CSLDS142(color) 14'2"CSLDS162(color) 16'2"CSLDS182(color) 18'2"CSLDS204(color) 20'4"

    DOWNSPOUT DOWNSPOUT

    Painted side

    CSLDK102(color) 10'2"CSLDK122(color) 12'2"CSLDK142(color) 14'2"CSLDK162(color) 16'2"CSLDK182(color) 18'2"CSLDK204(color) 20'4"

    DOWNSPOUTWITH KICKOUT

    Painted side

    Painted side

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