Materials:(Lam) SS 200 Standing Seam (50 mm)

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Materials:(Lam) SS 200 Standing Seam (50 mm)


The metal panel listed and described below is accepted for use in the RoofStar Guarantee Program.
Manufacturer
Lam Metal Contracting Ltd.
Contact Address
See the current Membership list and contact information at www.rcabc.org
Product Group - Standing Seam Metal Roof System
Panel Machine
Panel Name
SS 200
Seam Type
Mechanical Lock

The roofing assembly / material information published below and in the RCABC Roofing Practices Manual DOES NOT represent a complete set of the manufacturer's published data, nor does it represent a detailed specification. The preparation of a detailed specification is the responsibility of the design authority. For more information about this product or system, consult the manufacturer.

OVERVIEW

The SS 200 standing seam panel is formed with an in-shop continuous metal roofing panel roll forming machine SSP. This machine produces a standing seam panel with a seam height of 50 mm (2"). Profiles can vary from 305 mm (12") wide to 610 mm (24") wide.

This machine also produces a 44 mm (1-3/4") high Nu-Tech panel profile.

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

  1. General: The SS 200 panel is a standing seam concealed fastener roofing panel. The maximum spacing of the clips is 610 mm (24") O.C.
  2. Range of application: on wood or metal sloped roofs; in commercial, institutional, industrial and residential construction; for re-roofing or new construction.
  3. Fasteners (Screws):
    1. Fasteners (screws) used to attach panels to plywood deck to be No. 10-12 by 19 mm (5/8") long pancake head wood screw. Minimum two fasteners per clip to be used.
    2. Two-piece assembly consists of a steel base approximately 127 mm (5") wide x 25 mm (1") long, with a minimum thickness of 0.026 (No. 24 MSG) and an upper tab that measures 50 mm high with a minimum thickness of 0.020 (No. 26 MSG). One panel clip spaced at 610 mm (24") O.C. maximum.
  4. Fabrication: Unless otherwise shown on drawings or specified herein, fabricate panels in continuous one piece lengths and fabricate flashings and accessories in longest practical lengths.
  5. Deck Requirements: in keeping with the Standard for Architectural Sheet Metal (ASM) Systems.

PROFILE

SS 200 Standing Seam Panel
Lam Metals SS 200 Profile.jpg

DELIVERY, STORAGE & HANDLING

  1. Protect against damage and discoloration.
  2. Handle panels with non-marring slings.
  3. Do not bend panels.
  4. Store panels above ground, with one end elevated for drainage.
  5. Protect panels against standing water and condensation between adjacent surfaces.
  6. If panels become wet, immediately separate sheets, wipe dry with clean cloth, allow to air dry.

FIELD MEASUREMENTS

  1. Verify prior to fabrication.
  2. If field measurements differ from drawing dimensions, notify Architect / Professional Engineer prior to fabrication.

PROTECTION

Treat, or isolate with protective material, any contacting surfaces of dissimilar materials to prevent electrolytic corrosion.

PROFILE

N/A

TECHNICAL DATA SHEET

N/A

SITE CONDITIONS

  1. Minimum roof slope is 1:6 (2" in 12").
  2. Verify that structural deck to receive panels is complete, in true plane, secure and otherwise properly prepared.
  3. Prior to starting work, notify General Contractor about defects requiring correction.
  4. Do not start work until conditions are satisfactory.

PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS

  1. Wind Uplift Standards: Engineered designs to resist wind uplift may refer to the British Columbia Building Code, Div. B, Appendix C, Table C-2 which lists various types of loads, including wind loads, for specific reference locations throughout the province. See also Guides and Notes (Wind Resistance) for a simplified calculation procedure. Regardless of the resources indicated here, the Design Authority is responsible to perform accurate wind load calculations and specify securement requirements.
  2. Materials:RoofStar (RGC) accepted metal panel systems shall be formed of steel conforming to the standards published in the Standard for Architectural Sheet Metal (ASM) Systems.


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