QUATTRO 25mm SNAPSEAM
Steelformers Quattro 25mm Snapseam is an architectural style roofing and cladding system, with thick distinctive ribs and wide pans giving it visual appeal. This profile provides a similar but slightly bolder look to the Double Standing Seam but differs in that the panels snap together to form a locking joint, rather than requiring crimping. The pan width can be increased or decreased to suit between windows and doorways so that the ribs finish neatly.
Suitable for residential, light commercial and commercial roofing and cladding applications
Sheet lengths are custom run to order. Sheet length restrictions may apply depending on project location
SCOPE OF USE
0.55mm (G300) BMT Colorsteel® Endura® and Maxx®, 0.75mm BMT Copper, 0.90mm BMT Mill Finish Aluminium and Colorcote® AlumiGard™ (conditions apply)
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AVAILABLE IN A RANGE OF MATERIALS
The standard pan widths are 195mm (wall cladding only), 275mm and 415mm. Pans are variable on request
It is standard practice to run the pans with swages for extra rigidity and strength
PANS & SWAGES
Contact a Steelformers representative at your local branch for detailed technical advice.
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Quattro 25mm Snapseam is installed over a solid ply substrate with purlin supports.
In accordance with Acceptable Solution E2/AS1, the minimum pitch is 3°.
For more detailed information on the fixing of Quattro 25mm Snapseam in roofing applications, download our factsheet.
ALL WIND ZONES
Maximum 450mm purlin centres, with min. 12mm ply substrate
Clips fxed at 450mm centres
WALL CLADDING APPLICATIONS
Quattro 25mm Snapseam cladding is installed over a solid cavity system (make reference to Acceptable Solution E2 and the New Zealand Building Code for cavity requirements). In unlined areas, a cavity system is not required. Steelformers recommends nog spacing at 450mm centres in all wind zones, plus having a row of fixings along the line of the top and bottom of the cladding panels. Depending on the eaves construction, a row of nogs may be required at the soffit line.