ASM 10.3.1 Hooked Valley Flashing

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ASM 10.3.1 Hooked Valley Flashing

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1 WORK INCLUDED

(1) Valley Protection Membrane
Accepted self-adhered modified bituminous eave protection membrane.
(2) Valley flashing
(3) Fastening
Metal valley panels to be secured with compatible, non-corrosive, flat head fasteners 200 mm (8") o/c. Metal roof panel to metal valley panel overlap must be a minimum of 125 mm (5"). See 10.3.5.2.2 (5).
(4) Valley panel overlap
Overlaps minimum 200 mm (8") sealed with two rows of acceptable sealant or butyl tape, and secured with drag load fasteners.
(5) Membrane flashing
Accepted self-adhered modified bituminous eave protection membrane.
(6) Underlayment
The type of underlay required is determined by roof slope.
(7) Ventilation layer
A ventilation space is required on slopes less than 1:3; entangled mesh (shown) may be used as void fill. The ventilation space facilitates drying as condensation forms on the underside of the metal panels.
(8) Architectural metal roof panel

2 RELATED WORK BY OTHERS

(A) Acceptable Deck

NOTE: Refer to RoofStar Guarantee Standards for additional requirements.


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