V A R C OP R U D E NB U I L D I N G SSSR Roof InstallationThe Field Guide for correctly storing and installing aVP Buildings Standing Seam Roof System
INDEXPREFACE1.0 INTRODUCTION2.0 KEY PROCEDURES3.0 RECEIVING SHIPMENTON SITE STORAGE4.0 HANDLING SSR PANELS5.0 PRELIMINARY ERECTION INFORMATION6.0 PURLIN BLOCKING7.0 STANDING SEAM ROOF SYSTEM8.0 BASIC SSR COMPONENTS9.0 FASTENER SCHEDULE- ADDITIONAL TOOLS REQUIRED FOR .210.0 SYSTEM INSTALLATION- ROOF INSULATION- SSR WORK POINTS- PANEL INSTALLATION- ALTERNATE ICE DAMMING WEATHERSEAL- SSR MODULE STRIP INSTALLATION- ENDLAP INSTALLATION- RIDGE 10.1510.16-10.1810.19-10.3011.0 FASCIA CONDITIONS- EAVE FASCIA INSTALLATION- EAVE GUTTER INSTALLATION- HIGH EAVE INSTALLATION- FASCIA CLOSURE ASSEMBLIES- RAKE FASCIA INSTALLATION- PEAK CAP & RAKE TO RIDGE 111.12-11.1312.0 ROOF ACCESSORIES- 10' RIDGE VENTILATORS (9" & 12" THROAT)- HARD RUBBER INSIDE CLOSURE- SSR TUF-LITE- APEX 20 VENT- RIGID BOARD 12.18
PREFACEAll materials, components and accessories sold to Builders are provided subject to written agreementssigned by VP Buildings. Any applicable warranties are as set forth in those written agreements. Except asprovided in those written agreements, VP BUILDINGS MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS ORIMPLIED, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR APARTICULAR PURPOSE.This Installation Guide is intended to provide VP Builders and/or their erectors with the recommendedprocedures for constructing VP Buildings as efficiently as possible. However, VP Buildings does notguarantee and is not liable for the quality of erection nor assume any responsibility for building defects thatmay be attributed to improper erection techniques, or the negligence of other parties.VP Buildings are designed for versatility, simplicity, and economy. When assembled according to plans andinstructions they give superior performance to satisfied customers.The SSR ROOF is covered by the following patents:UNITED 251.090.9801.131.8711.192.369THIS GUIDE IS A SUPPLEMENT TO THE VP BUILDINGS BASIC ERECTION GUIDE1.1
INTRODUCTIONThe recommended construction procedures in this manual are an integral part of the SSR roof systemdesign. Use with VP Buildings Erection Drawings, Standard Erection Details, and Shipping Part List toidentify the SSR materials, insulation requirements and dimensions for each building.REVIEW, STUDY, AND UNDERSTAND THESE DOCUMENTS BEFORE INSTALLING THE SSR ROOFSYSTEM. Call your Engineering Service Center with any questions before proceeding.KEY SSR PROCEDURESSSR WORK POINTS:Carefully establish all work points prior to installing the SSR roof system. The eave and starting rake workpoints are of particular importance as they set the location of endlaps, ridge, roof accessories, etc.SSR MODULE (CRITICAL):Hold the correct SSR panel module of 2'-0" (610mm) during installation of the SSR roof system. Accurateand proper installation of endlaps, ridge, roof accessories, high and low eave conditions, etc., are onlypossible when the 2'-0" (610mm) SSR panel module is held. The SSR Seamer tool will operate at bestspeed, with least maintenance and provide the best possible seams and panel condition when the 2'-0"(610mm) SSR panel module is held. Modularity must be maintained to a tolerance of 1/8" Rib to Rib;not to exceed 1/4" in any 10ft.SSR CLEANING:Clean all mating surfaces prior to application of weatherproofing materials. Tape mastics and tube sealantsonly adhere properly to clean, dry surfaces. REMOVE oil, grease, dust, dirt, mud, rain, dew, frost, snow orice from all surfaces that contact tape mastics and tube sealants applied during weatherproofingprocedures.Some surfaces included are endlaps, ridge and rake assemblies, eave conditions, height changes and roofaccessories.Check and clean the male and female halves of the SSR seam before assembly.SSR SEAMING:The seaming operation joins the individual SSR panels to form the structural and protective SSR roofmembranes.REQUIRED before seamer tool is removed from box:- SSR panels are installed properly on module;- Endlaps correctly formed;- Under seam weather seals are in place;- Seams checked and properly engaged;- Seams are clean;- Seaming instructions studied and understood;Correct seaming procedures are shown in the "SSR Seamer Tool-Field Manual".ONLY by following these procedures will it be possible to properly complete installation of the SSR roofpanels.INSULATION:To prevent damaged insulation do not install faced fiberglass insulation below its minimum recommendedinstallation temperature. Each facing type has a different minimum recommended installation temperature.Therefore, contact the insulation supplier for installation temperatures.2.1
RECEIVING SHIPMENTWhen fabrication is complete, shipment is made to the building site. The panels are carefullybundled and inspected to prevent damage during transportation. The transportation company isresponsible for delivering these components undamaged.When the shipment is received check each item against the proper shipping document. If ashortage is discovered, have the transportation agent make a notation to the effect on your bill.Examine your shipment carefully for damage. If damage is found be sure the agent makes adamage notation on the bill before accepting it.If damage is concealed until packaging is removed, call your agent at once for an inspection andobtain an inspection memorandum covering concealed damage.ON SITE STORAGESSR roof panels shall be stored on the job site following the listed recommendations for on siteprotection of the panelsCOVER WITHPLASTIC OR TARPSLOPE FOR DRAINAGEAIRCIRCULATIONMAXIMUMSPACINGNote: Bundles received wetmust be dried prior to storageto prevent corrosion or paintdamage.3.16'-0"BLOCK ABOVE GROUND(1.83m)1. Block above ground to keep out water2. Slope bundles for drainage.3. Cover with a tarp or plastic to protect fromrain or snow.4. Tie down cover ends away from stack to permitfree air movement - do not wrap under orrestrict air movement.
HANDLING SSR PANELS1. SSR Panels are packaged in banded bundles of approximately 22-27 panels per bundle.2. The banded bundles are quite rigid, but it is recommended that a spreader bar be used whenmoving bundles by forklift or crane. (See Below)3. Nylon slings at quarter points should be used to prevent damage. Note: The bottom panel ina bundle is intended to be used and is not a "scrap" sheet. Check for damage whenunloading from the truck.4. Care is required when cutting the bands as the bundles will spring open when tension isreleased.5. Single sheets are best carried "on edge" to prevent buckling. Sheets carried "flat" shouldhave one man per 15' (4.57m) of sheet.6. Galvalume panels may have a protective coating of oil and painted panels may have a waxfilm. Extreme caution is necessary when walking on the panels to prevent falling during andimmediately after erection. These coatings will dissipate upon exposure to the weather.HANDLING METHODSShown are some suggested methods of handling SSR panels.BUNDLESSPREADERBARSINGLE PANELSVISE GRIPSROPEFORKLIFTSSR PANELSPREADERBAROVERHEAD PICK-UPLOCATE AT PICK-UP POINTSSUPPORT PANEL FROMBACK WHILE LIFTING4.1
PRELIMINARY ERECTION INFORMATIONIMPORTANTIt is extremely important that the building and especially the roof plane be plumb and square before startingthe SSR roof system installation. If the building is not square it will be impossible to maintain clip and panelseam alignment.DIRECTION OF PANEL ERECTIONThe design of the SSR roof system allows the panel to be erected in either direction, left or right, or left toright. (Refer to the Erection Drawings if VP Buildings requires a specific erection sequence due to certainjob conditions).8UMXIMAMm)m).19. 38124("2' -00" (400' -Panel Direction Note:Panels shown on Front Roof as LEFT to RIGHT panel direction.Panel shown on Back Roof as RIGHT to LEFT panel direction.It is the Erector's responsibility to determine the direction thatthe panel should be installed. Consult the Erection Drawings toconfirm a specific direction has not been pre-determined.DIRECPAN TION OFEL INSTALLATIONDIRECPAN TION OFEL INSTALLATIONDIRECPAN TION OFEL INSTALLATIONDIRECPAN TION OFEL INSTALLATIONOVER 40'-0" (12.19m) WIDESINGLE SLOPE BUILDINGSOVER 80'-0" (24.38m) WIDEDOUBLE SLOPE BUILDINGSNOTE:The Erector has the choice of direction of panel installation, with the exception of special conditions. Somebuildings require a specific panel installation direction, thus the Erection Drawings should govern.5.1
PURLIN BLOCKINGBLOCKINGIMPORTANT - READ THISBUNDLERoof panel bundles are often located onroof structures prior to installation. Thisprocedure can cause damage if thebundles are located over unsupportedareas. If the bundles are to be locatedon the roof structure, the following"blocking" procedure must be adhered to:1. All structurals, flange bracing, rodbracing and sag angles must be inplace, plumb, and bolts tightenedbefore blocking is installed and panelbundles are placed on the roof.PURLINFRAMEGIRTBLOCKING MUST BE 2 x (51MM X )IN SIZE TO PROVIDE THE RESTRAINTREQUIRED2 x 4 (51mm x102mm) BLOCKINGLOCATED UNDERLIP OF PURLINROOF BEAMPURLINSPACINGPURLIN DEPTH- 1/2"FLANGE BRACEPURLINALTERNATEBLOCKING METHODNOTE: DO NOT LEAVE UNBUNDLEDPANELS UNATTENDED FOR EXTENDEDPERIODS. SECURE LOOSE PANELSOVERNIGHT.2 x IN. (51mm x )BLOCKING2. Panel bundle should only be located over the frames. Panelbundle should not be located over jack beams or jack trusses.3. Blocking should be installed between all purlins at the frameswhere bundles are to be located. Length of blocking shouldequal purlin spacing.4. Remove blocking after panels are installed.5. When the alternate blocking method is used, the sameprocedures must be followed.PURLINBLOCKINGFRAMEBLOCKING ATRIDGE SPACECROSS SECTION(BLOCKING IS NOT FURNISHED BY VP BUILDINGS)6.1
STANDING SEAM ROOF SYSTEM1 1/8"(29mm)PANEL DESCRIPTIONSEALANTMALE RIB(76mm)3"FEMALE RIB2 3/8"1 7/8"(48mm) (60mm)2 3/8"24"(610mm) PANEL MODULE(60mm)PANEL SECTION1 1/8"(29mm)1 7/8"(48mm)(76mm)3"IMPORTANT NOTETHE SSR JOINT DETAIL IS DESIGNED WITH AN INTERLOCKING FEATUREFOR EASE OF INSTALLATION. HOWEVER, IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDEDTHAT INSTALLED SSR PANELS BE SECURED TO SECONDARYSTRUCTURAL MEMBERS AND PROPERLY SEAMED PRIOR TO DEPARTUREFROM THE JOB SITE EACH DAY.NOTE:THE 4 3/4" (121mm) DIMENSIONMUST BE HELD TO ASSURECORRECT OPERATION OF THESEAMER TOOL AND FIT UP OFACCESSORIES AND CLOSURES2 3/8"2 3/8"(60mm)(60mm)4 3/4"(121mm)JOINT DETAILThe following pages include information showing placement of panels and specific detailsregarding attachment methods and structural preparation to receive the standing seam roof system7.1
STANDING SEAM ROOF SYSTEMFIXED & SLIDING SSR CLIPSNote: The SSR panel is intended to be secured to the purlins with a combination of sliding and fixed clips.The position of the fixed clips along the slope of the roof will vary with the width of the roof and with specialconditions (i.e. multi-gutter, parapets, etc.). It is essential that the fixed clips be installed in the designatedlocations for proper thermal movement. Refer to the erection drawings for the correct location. If in doubt asto the required location, contact the VP service center for clarification. Below are some possiblecombinations:0"O 210'0'-0" T"X" is fixed clip location08mm046O0mm T"X"AT JOIST0'-0" TO 210'-0"0mm TO 64008 mm1. Fixed clips at the low eave and movement toward ridge or high side - "fixed eave" conditions with purlinsupport members at first eave space.0"O 210'T"0'08mmO 6400Tmm0"X"AT JOIST0'-0" TO 210'-0"0mm TO 64008 mm2. Fixed clips at ridge or high side - movement towards the low eave - "floating eave" condition with purlinsupports at or near ridge. (NOT ALLOWED WITH MULTI-GUTTER OR VALLEY GUTTER)'-0"TO 420m210'-0"28016m1OTm64008m"X"AT JOIST210'-0" TO 420'-0"64008mm TO 128016 mm3. Fixed clips at or near mid-slope - movement towards low eave and ridge or high eave - "floating eave" andridge - purlin supports at or near mid-slope. (NOT ALLOWED WITH MULTI-GUTTER OR VALLEYGUTTER)'-0"TO 840420'-0"mm"X"256033128016mm TO"X"STEPAT JOIST420'-0" TO 840'-0"128016mm TO 256033 mm4. Very wide roofs may incorporate stepped expansion areas at or near mid slope. These roofs may have acombination of the above conditions on different roof planes.* Fixed clips will typically be used on only (3) adjacent purlins or joist. Fixed clips wil not be used full slope.7.2
STANDING SEAM ROOF SYSTEMSSR PANEL CLIP VARIATIONSIn addition to the fixed and sliding tab options, SSR clips are available in (4) height variations toaccommodate insulation options. The use of the correct clip for the insulation system being installed willenable the erector to maintain panel modularity and improve the performance of the system.The variations, purpose, and identification of the clips is as follows:1. Short ClipUse for blanket insulation thickness from 0" to 6" (152mm) without thermal block and over rigid board.The clip is 3 1/2" (89mm) high from the base to the top of the tab and is identified by "SHORT"stamped into the base.2. Medium ClipUse for blanket insulation thickness greater than 6" (152mm) without thermal block. The clip is 4"(102mm) high from the base to the top of the tab and is identified by "MED" stamped into the base.3. Tall ClipUse for blanket insulation thickness from 0" to 6" (152mm) with thermal block. The clip is 4 1/2"(108mm) high from the base to the top of the tab and is identified by "TALL" stamped into the base.4. Extra TallUse for blanket insulation thickness from 6" (152mm) with thermal block. The clip is 5" (127mm)high from the base to the top of the tab and is identified by "XTALL" stamped into the base.Note: It is not recommended that SSR be installed without insulation between the panel andthe purlin or rigid board insulation as roof rumble will occur.7.3
BASIC SSR COMPONENTSCOMPONENTS SHOWN ARE USED THROUGHOUT THE SSR ROOF SYSTEM. LOCATEAND MAKE AVAILBLE TO ROOFING CREW BEFORE BEGINNING ERECTION.63"5/8 m)22m75(171 /4"mm)(5PANEL STIFFENER7")mm8(17PILFOCKPATAN YA L PANSE COMT IC E ELAS PE S TLAN COCKREACLAKULCA2 FOI L PA93 R25 CLEA0NT.)oz3.(10NLPA2" )mm(51GREY COLORSUEBLT ICASSEAAL** PANLASTIC SEALANT(025392) CLEAR FOILPACK(NON-SKINNING)1/8" x 1" x 25' Roll(3mm x 25 mm x 8m)TAPE MASTICSSR PANEL CLIP(NOTE: Fixed clip has painted tab)8.1
BASIC SSR COMPONENTSTHERMAL BLOCK)mm521"("1/21)11'mm7(59c.CS.gs, In 229mm) PuildinVP B m) and 9"(m3"(76 RIDGES50 L/FRidge(10 4"2mm)1/8" x 1" x 9" (3mm x 25mm x 229mm)1/8" x 1" x 3" TAPE MASTIC(3mm x 25mm x 76mm)EG TAPEALINGE S 80345IDR&G#NLAP) LONInc . E 8"(711m mings ,2dilSuVP B 00 ST RIP1Laps1/8" x 1" x 28" (3mm x 25mm x 711mm)TAPE MASTIC2"(51mm)1 7/8"(48mm)(1353/8"7mm)2"INSIDE CLOSURE PLUG(FOAM)(51)mm(1243/4"1mm)INSIDE CLOSURE PLUG(HARD RUBBER)10 FT. (3.05m) LENGTHSALUMINUM FASCIA TRIM RETAINER8.22"m(51m)
FASTENER SCHEDULEFASTENERSCARBON ROOFSTRUCTURALS.S. ROOFSTRUCTURALS.S. ROOFSTITCH1/4 -14 x 1 1/4" (32mm)UP TO 6" (152mm) BLKTINS. SELF - DRILINGCARBON ROOFSTRUCTURALAPPLICATION- SSR PANEL CIPS- SECONDARYSTRUCTURALCONNECTIONS#12-14 x 1 1/4" (32mm)SELF-DRILLINGSTAINLESS STEELROOF STRUCTURALFASTENER W/ 5/8"(16mm) SEALINGWASHER- PANEL TOSTRUCTURAL- ACCESSORIES- RAKE FASCIA- ENDLAPS1/4 -14 x 7/8" (22mm)SELF -DRILLINGSTAINLESS STEELFASTNER W/ 5/8"(16mm) SEALINGWASHER-12 - 24 x VAR.SELF - DRILLINGCARBON ROOFSTRUCTURAL- SSR PANEL CLIPSTO JOIST1/4 - 14 x 7/8" (22mm)SELF - DRILLINGSTAINLESS STEELWALL STITCHFASTENER W/5/8"(16mm) SEALINGWASHER- ALUMINUM FASCIARETAINER- WALL PANELS TOWALL PANELS- TRIM ATTACHMENTS12 - 24 x SPCL. LENGTHSELF DRILLINGCARBON- SSR PANEL CLIPSOVER RIGID BOARDINSULATIONRIDGEEAVE FASCIAEAVE GUTTERACCESSORIESPANEL REPAIRNOTE 1CARBON ROOFSTRUCTURALS.S. WALL STITCHSPECIAL LENGTHCARBONROOF STRUCTURAL1. CHECK THE SHIPPING LIST (WAREHOUSE SEC) FOR THE TYPE, LENGTH, COLOR, AND QUANTITY OF FASTENERS SHIPPED.2. THE ABOVE INFORMATION IS TO BE USED AS AN IDENTIFICATION GUIDE FOR THE PROPER APPLICATION OF EACH TYPEFASTENER.9.1
FASTENER SCHEDULEFASTENERSAPPLICATION1/8" (3mm)BLINDRIVET- EAVE FASCIA- EAVE GUTTER- RAKE FASCIAVP-200RIVET- GUTTER STRAPADDITIONAL TOOLS REQUIRED FOR SSRTOOL LIST9.2APPLICATIONSCREW GUN- SELF DRILLINGFASTENERSINSTALLATIONSROOF AND WALLSLIGHTGAGENIBBLER- CUTTINGFLAT ANDCORRUGATEDMETALPORTABLEPOWERSHEARS- CUTTINGFLAT METAL
SYSTEM INSTALLATIONROOF INSULATIONRefer to STANDARD ERECTIONDETAILS for additional THERMALBLOCK information.There are four insulation systems for the standing seamroof: blanket insulation, blanket insulation with thermalblock, SuperBlock and Rigid Board insulation. Determinewhich system is to be used on your building to insureproper installation.INSULATIONPURLINROOF PANELCAUTIONBLANKET INSULATIONBlanket insulation is installed across roofTo prevent damaged insulation - do not install facedstructures and is compressed over the purlinsfiberglass insulation below its minimum recommendedby the roof panels.installation temperature. Each facing type has a differentminimum recommended installation temperature. Therefore,contact the insulation supplier for installation temperature.PURLINBLANKET INSULATIONROOF PANELTHERMAL BLOCKBLANKET INSULATION WITHTHERMAL BLOCKBlanket insulation is installed overthe roof structurals. Thermal blocksare located at purlin runs and at theeave.10.1
SYSTEM INSTALLATIONROOF INSULATION - BLANKET INSULATIONBlanket insulation may be shipped on some buildings so that more than one run is included in a roll. Studybuilding requirements to insure enough rolls of material has been furnished.Blanket insulation must be installed from eave purlin to ridge or high eave because of direction of panelinstallation.Insulation should be installedin same direction as panel.RIDGEPURLINCarry insulation over ridge tothe adjacent ridge purlin.Secure insulation.Fold insulation tabs togetherusing a double fold andstaple to provide a vaporbarrier.FACING FOLDEDBACKSecure insulation to eave strut,one side of building. Trimexcess insulation.EAVE STRUTTo reduce chanceof "wicking" actionextend insulation pasteave and strip 4" - 6" ofinsulation from facing,fold the facing backover insulation.3" (76mm)GLUED LAPRIDGE CLMake insulation splice at ridgePull insulation together. Lapover ridge purlin. Trim 3" (76mm)of insulation from facing. Glueend of lower roll to facing.10' (3.05m) lengths of splice pan arebutted together. No sealant or tapeis used at joints. Add fasteners ifneeded at rib locations only.Lay excess insulation in splice pan aseach slope is installed. Protect ittemporarily to prevent wind damage.RIDGE PURLIN10.2SPLICE PAN(OPTIONAL)
SYSTEM INSTALLATIONROOF INSULATION - BLANKET INSTALLATIONCARBON ROOFSTRUCTURALNOTE:*Use (2) Two Fasteners* (SEE BLDG PLANS)SSR PANEL CLIPBLANKETINSULATIONPURLINDETAIL AT CLIPAFTER INSTALLING THE FIRST RUN OF INSULATION, PANELING CAN BE STARTED. PANEL CLIPMUST SIT ON TOP OF INSULATION.PANEL CLIPROOF PANELBLANKETINSULATIONPURLINERECTIONINSULATION FACING FOLDEDBACK TO PREVENT "WICKING"ACTION OF EXPOSED INSULATIONEAVE STRUTRefer to STANDARD ERECTIONDETAILS for eave and rakedetails with blanket insulationINSTALL PANELS IN NORMALSEQUENCE.10.3
SYSTEM INSTALLATIONBLANKET INSULATION WITH THERMAL BLOCKRefer to STANDARD ERECTIONDETAILS for eave and rake detailsFOR ROOFS with THERMALBLOCKPANEL CLIPROOF PANELTHERMAL BLOCKPURLININSULATION FACING FOLDEDBACK TO PREVENT "WICKING"ACTION OF EXPOSED INSULATIONEAVE STRUTAfter installing a run of blanket insulation, the normal panel sequence can begin. The only change beingadding the thermal block at the purlin runs.The thermal block is forced against the panel clip, then dropped into position. Paneling is then continued.RAKEFASCIARAKESUPPORTTHERMAL BLOCKTHERMAL BLOCKROOF PANELROOF PANELBLANKET INSULATIONWALLPANELBLANKET INS.EAVE PURLINWALL PANEL10.4SECTION AT ENDWALLSECTION AT EAVE
SYSTEM INSTALLATIONSSR WORK POINTSIDENTIFY AND MARK THE LOCATION OF SSR WORKPOINTS.USE THIS MANUAL AND OTHER ERECTION GUIDES PROVIDED, IN CONJUNCTION WITH VPBUILDINGS ERECTION DRAWINGS AND STANDARD ERECTION DETAILS TO ACCURATELYDETERMINE SSR WORKPOINTS FOR YOUR BUILDING.WORKPOINTS SHOWN ON THIS AND FOLLOWING PAGES DO NOT REFLECT ALL POSSIBLECONDITIONS. REFER TO APPLICABLE SECTION OF MANUAL FOR EACH SPECIFIC CONDITION.POSITION OF RAKESUPPORT CAP INRELATION TO B.L.DETERMINES THESTARTING W.P.VARIES WITH THE TYPE OFWALL PANELS, INSULATIONAND/OR BLDG. LENGTHW.P.SSR PANELRAKESUPPORTBRACKETVARIABLE WIDTHSTARTER PANEL(FIELD CUT)STARTING RAKEWALL PANELRAKE CHANNELSTARTING RAKEBLVARIES WITH TYPE OFWALL PANEL AND TYPEOF INSULATIONBLLOW END OFSSR PANELSSR PANELPLANE OFROOF PANELWALL PANELEAVE MEMBERVARIES WITH WALLLOW SIDE EAVE10.5
SYSTEM INSTALLATIONSSR WORK POINTSENDLAPSSR CLIPHOLD THESEDIMENSIONS.NEXT ENDLAPS, RIDGE,ETC. DEPENDS ON THISSSR PANELPANEL STIFFENER2mm4"(10SSR PANEL)5mm5"(12)9mm22("9)OFE NDELPANFOROHIGH SIDE EAVEALWAYS MEASUREDFROM EXTERIOR FACEOF WALL PANEL7"(17)8mmPLANE OFROOF PANELSSR PANELW.P.WALL PANELSSR CLIPPANEL STIFFENERBLFACE OFWALL PANELRIDGEESTABLISHES PROPERLAP AT RIDGEASSEMBLYStd.eRidg8mm7"(17)VARIES WITH WALLPANEL AND/ORINSULATION TYPECLSSR PANELW.P.TOP FLANGEOF RAFTERm)57m4("1'-610.6PLANE OFROOF PANEL
SYSTEM INSTALLATIONPANEL INSTALLATION1. Lay first roll of insulation and clamp off.2. Set rake support cap on rake support bracket and insulation.3. Locate a string line at building eave. Set string to correct eave overhang dimension.4. Install rake support cap, butted end to end, the length of the building slope. Start at the eave andstop the rake support cap 6" (152mm) from the center line of the ridge.RAKE SUPPORT CAPOVGANHER.DIMP.W.PURLINRAKECHANNELSTRING LINEEAVE STRUTRefer to STANDARD ERECTIONDETAILS for rake channel andrake support details.PREPARE RAKE10.7
SYSTEM INSTALLATIONPANEL INSTALLATION1. Install starter panel but do not fastenedge to rake support cap.2. Set panel to string at eave and checkridge dimension if panel is full length.If building has endlap, lower panelshould extend 9" (229m) past purlin.PANEL STIFFENERRAKESUPPORTCAPVARIESSTARTER PANELPURLINEAVE STRUT9" (229mm)1" (25mm)STRING LINE1" (25mm)6" (152mm)1/8" x 1" x 9"(3mm x 25mm x 229mm)TAPE MASTIC[Cut from 25' (8m) Roll]AT EAVE1/4" DIA. x 6"(6mm DIA. x 152mm)TAPE MASTIC BEAD[Cut from 25' (8m)Roll]AT RIDGELOW EAVE END OF PANELRIDGE END OF PANELMASTIC IS APPLIED TO THE MALE RIBAS SHOWN TO PREVENT WATERFROM SIPHONING BACK UP THESEAM AND ENTERING THE BUILDING.MASTIC IS APPLIED BEFORE SETTINGNEXT PANEL RUN.FORM BEAD OF TAPE MASTIC1/4" (6mm) DIA. x 6" (152mm) LONGAND PUSH UNDER THE OPEN SEAM .REPEAT AT EACH SEAM ALONGENTIRE LENGTH OF RIDGE, BOTHSLOPES.10.8
SYSTEM INSTALLATIONPANEL INSTALLATIONDIMENSION VARIES, SEEERECTION DRAWINGSRAKESUPPORTCAPFIELD BENDMIN. 1" (25mm)90 LIP, HOLDRIB LOCATIONW.P.DIMENSION VARIES, SEEERECTION DRAWINGSSTARTERPANELW.P.STARTER PANELPANEL ECHANNELSECTION WITHOUTTHERMAL BLOCKBLRAKECHANNELSECTION WITHTHERMAL BLOCKFIELD CUT SSRPANEL STIFFENERTO MATCH STARTPANEL CUTCHECK ERECTIONDRAWINGS - ROOFSHEETING PLANFOR DIMENSIONOF STARTER PANELSSNAP A CHALKLINE THE LENGTH OFTHE PANEL AND FIELD CUTFIELD CUT STARTER PANELFIELD CUT STARTER PANELAND STIFFENERS FOR USEAT ENDLAPS AND RIDGE.10.9
SYSTEM INSTALLATIONPANEL INSTALLATIONThe panel clip consists of a baseclip and factory assembledseaming tab. The sliding clip isdesigned to allow panel movementdue to thermal expansion.The seaming tab must be locatedat the centerline of the base clip.CLSEAMINGTABROOF PANELBASE CLIPPAMO NELDULEPURLINPAMO NELDULE*CARBON ROOFSTRUCTURAL FASTENERSNOTE:Use (2) Two FastenersPer Clip Unless Notedon Erection Details.*(SEE BLDG PLANS)PANEL CLIP DETAIL10.10
SYSTEM INSTALLATIONPANEL INSTALLATIONPANEL STIFFENERSSR PANELPANEL CLIPSTARTERPANELPURLINMASTICEAVE STRUTINSDI TALRECT LATIIO ONN- INSTALL PANEL STIFFENERS AT RIDGEAND ENDLAPS BEFORE SETTING PANELIN PLACE. FIELD CUT PANELSTIFFENERS AT STARTING AND ENDINGPANELS.- IF BUILDING DOES NOT HAVE AN ENDLAP SPLICE, CONTINUE TO INSTALLPANELS FOLLOWING THE DESCRIBEDMETHOD:STRING LINEIMPORTANTCHECK AND MAINTAIN THE 2'-0" (610mm) MODULE OFPANELS AS INSTALLATION PROCEEDS USING RIDGEPANEL AS MODULE TOOL. MODULE MUST BE HELDFOR CORRECT FIT-UP OF RIDGE ASSEMBLY ENDLAPS,ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, AND SEAMING OPERATION.1. Hook female edge of panel over the maleedge of the panel in place.2. Lower the panel in place.3. Locate clips and check clip alignment withpanel edge.4. Screw clip in place.5. Apply mastic to exposed male rib at eaveand tape mastic under open seam at ridge.6. Repeat steps 1 - 5 until roof is sheeted.HOLDMODULE 1/8" Rib to Rib 1/4" In any 10ft (5 Ribs)PANELCLIPVARIES2'-0"(610mm)BL10.11
SYSTEM INSTALLATIONPANEL INSTALLATION - LAST PANEL RUNSTRING LINERAKESUPPORTCAPRAKE SUPPORTBRACKETDA D I M. VFIE D 1" ARILD FO ESBE RNDINGRAKE CHANNELVEEACHECK ERECTION DRAWINGS - ROOFSHEETING PLAN FOR DIMENSION OFEND PANELS.GANHEROVDIM. VARIESLASTPANELFIELD BEND 1"RAKE SUPPORT CAPRAKE SUPPORTBRACKETInstall rake support cap andbracket before cutting andinstalling last panel run.10.12RAKE DETAIL
SYSTEM INSTALLATIONSSR ALTERNATE ICE DAMMING WEATHERSEAL32CLEAN ALL SURFACES TO BE WEATHER SEALED.REMOVE FABRICATING OILS, RAIN, SNOW, ICE,DEW, DUST, AND DIRT PRIOR TO APPLICATIONOF MASTICS AND SEALANTS.3/16"(5mm) BEADNON-SKINNINGSEALANT45MIN. DISTANCE20' (6.10m)AT LOW EAVE6SSR CLIP1LOW EAVESSR SIDELAPSUGGESTED AREAS OF APPLICATIONICE DAMING THE APPLICATION OF ADDITIONAL SEALANTS AT AREAS WHERE SNOW OR ICEWILL BUILD UP AND REMAIN ON THE ROOF FOR AN EXTENDED AMOUNT OF TIME(ALL STANDARD SEALANT APPLICATIONS STILL APPLY, SEE APPROPRIATE DETAILS)(REFER TO ERECTION DRAWINGS FOR ICE DAMMING REQUIREMENTS)1. LOW EAVE: Field applied 3/16" (5mm) bead of non-skinning sealant 20 L.F. (6.1m) up on each sidelap.Standard 1/8" x 1" x 6" (3mm x 25mm x 152mm) mastic still applies at eave and ridge.2. ROOF HEIGHT CHANGE/SSR PANEL BELOW "WALL TO ROOF" STEP: Field applied 3/16" (5mm)bead of non-skinning sealant 10 L.F. (3.05m) down on each sidelap. Standard 1/8" x 1" x 6" (3mm x25mm x 152mm) mastic still applies at eave and ridge.3. STEPPED WALL CHANGES: At height changes, 1/8" x 1" x 6'-0" (3mm x 25mm x 1.83mm) mastic ateach wall sidelap. Use stainless steel wall structural & stitch fasteners.4. ROOF HEIGHT CHANGE/SSR PANEL BELOW "ROOF HEIGHT CHANGE" STEP: Field applied 3/16"(5mm) bead of non-skinning sealant at 'THREE' PANEL sidelaps next to ROOF HEIGHT CHANGEcondition for ENTIRE length of step.5. ROOF CURBS: Field applied 3/16" (5mm) bead of non skinning sealant 10' (3.05m) minimum distanceABOVE & BELOW curb and 'THREE' sidelaps away from curb sides.6. TUF-LITES: Field applied 3/16" (5mm) bead of non-skinning sealant 10' (3.05m) continuous at sidelaps(BOTH SIDES).NOTE: STANDARD MASTIC OR SEALANT APPLICATION REQUIRED AT RIDGE,RAKE, EAVE, ENDLAPS, MULTI/VALLEY GUTTER, ETC. CONDITIONS(SEE APPROPRIATE DETAILS)10.13
SYSTEM INSTALLATIONSSR MODULE STRIP INSTALLATION (OPTIONAL)(1) SSR CLIP FASTENER INMODULE STRIP TO HOLDINSULATION IN PLACECUT OFF EXCESSSTARTING MODULE STRIPW.P.6"STARTER PANELDIMENSION, SEEERECTION DRAWINGSFOR DIMENSION(152mm)MIN.SECONDINSULATION RUNSTARTING INSULATION RUNINSULATION LAP- USE AT ENDLAPS, FIRST CLIPFROM RIDGE AND FIRST CLIPFROM EAVE.STARTING MODULE STRIP- USE AT PANEL MID-POINTWHEN PANEL IS 38' (11.58mm)OR LONGER.(1) SSR CLIP FASTENER AT STRIP LAP(1) SSR CLIP FASTENER INSTRIP TO HOLD INSULATIONIN PLACE PRIOR TOCLIP INSTALLATION2'MOPREVIOUSLYINSTALLEDPANEL ANDMODULE STRIPINSULATION LAP0"(61DULESSR CLIP FASTENER(2) PER CLIP (STANDARD)0mm)2'MO0"(610mDULESSR CLIPm)NEXT MODULE STRIP4'-2" (1.27m) LENGTHTYPICAL MODULE STRIP INSTALLATION(NOTE: 2 Clip Fasteners Required per Module Strip)10.14
SYSTEM INSTALLATIONSSR MODULE STRIP INSTALLATION (OPTIONAL)SSR CLIPSSR MODULESTRIPSSR CLIPSSR MODULESTRIPMODULE STRIP ON PURLIN / TRUSSWITH BLANKET INSULATIONBLANKET INSULATION ONLYSSR TALL CLIPSSR TALL CLIPOFFSET CLIPON JOISTSSR MODULESTRIPTHERMALBLOCKMODULE STRIP ON JOIST / TRUSSWITH THERMAL BLOCKTHERMALBLOCKBLANKET INSULATIONw/ THERMAL BLOCKSSR CLIPCLIP BEARINGPLATERIGIDBOARDINSULATIONSSR MODULESTRIPCLIP BEARINGPLATESSR CLIPNOTE:ROOF RUMBLE MAY OCCURWITH RIGID BOARD INSULATIONWITHOUT ISOLATOR BETWEENINSULATION AND ROOF PANEL.MODULE STRIP ON PURLINWITH RIGID BOARD INSULATIONCLIP BEARING PLATE ON TRUSSWITH RIGID BOARD INSULATIONRIGID BOARD INSULATION10.15
SYSTEM INSTALLATION2"ENDLAP INSTALLATION(51mm).121" (3mm)1. Install lower panel. Check for properlap dimension over purlin of 9"(229mm).FACTORYNOTCH2. Raise panel and install panel stiffener.MALE RIBIMPORTANTClean all mating surfaces to be weathersealed, including the lower edge of the upperpanel. Remove fabrication oils, rain, snow,ice, dew, dust, and dirt prior to application ofmastics and sealants.UPPERPANELMASTIC LAYOUTBow the lower end of the upper panel atthe endlap to lower the panel into place.APPLY 5/16" (8mm)BEAD NON-SKINNINGSEALANT AT RIBAPPLY 5/16" (8mm)BEAD NON-SKINNINGSEALANT ON RIBAFTER UPPER PANELIS LAYED IN PLACE.STARTMASTICHERE4" (102mm) PANEL LAP9" (229mm)3"(76mm)PURLIN WEBLOWER PANELMASTICLOCATION/2"3 1 mm)5(163"(76mm)m)m763"(2"N(15 OTC2mHm)1/8" x 1" x 28"(3mm x 25mm x 711mm)TAPE MASTICWHILE APPLYING PRESS INTORADII WITH FINGER PRESSURE3. Lay in-place one run of 28" (711mm) long tape mastic. Start on male side of lap and follow contour ofSSR panel. Do not stretch the mastic. (Leave paper in place until just prior to installing upper panel.4. Apply sealant to panel notch in location
10.0 system installation - roof insulation 10.1-10.4 - ssr work points 10.5-10.6 - panel installation 10.7-10.12 - alternate ice damming weatherseal 10.3 - ssr module strip installation 10.14-10.15 - endlap installation 10.16-10.18 - ridge installation 10.19-10.30 11.0 fascia conditions - eave fascia installation 11.1 - eave gutter installation .
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