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Deluxe

Construction Guide

June 2007 Copyright All Rights Reserved.

TYPICAL SLAB & PAD FOOTING DETAIL


Footing Bracket

100mm thick 20 MPa concrete with F62 mesh


50mm sand Under column thicken as tables 1 Y12 BAR 600 LONG ( for 33 & 41m/s ) 2 Y12 BAR 600 LONG ( for 50 & 60 m/s )

FOOTING PAD TABLES ( with 100mm thick slab ) DESIGN SPEED CONCRETE VOLUME m/s 33 0.032 m3 41 0.048 m3 50 0.06 m3 60 0.09 m3

TYPICAL SIZE L x W x D (mm x mm x mm ) 300 X 300 X 350 400 X 400 X 300 450 X 450 X 300 450 X 450 X 450

Applicable to all Engineering Drawings up to 7.5 metres wide

Typical heavy Industrial Slabs


Footing Bracket

150mm thick 25 MPa concrete with F72 mesh


50mm sand

Piers and Reo,as per Engineering Drawings

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FOOTING BRACKET DETAIL

Dimension of column as per footing bolt plan

Bolt brackets together to form U shape. Inside width to suit column.

FOOTING BRACKET DETAIL


BHP Sections
61mm Girt = 50mm 61mm Girt = 130mm 120mm Girt = 140mm 120mm Girt = 109mm

BHP Sections Domestic Range up to 7.5m wide use 61mm girts Industrial Range greater than 7.5 wide use 120mm girts

C-Section 100 150 200 250 300 350

Domestic 81 88 94 94

Industrial 147 153 153 163 177

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TYPICAL GABLE ROLLER DOOR ENTRY DETAIL


Only where Roller Doors fit right across the gable end.

Rebate to allow sheeting to wrap around the corner


40x40 Rebate to width of Bracket

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TRUSS ASSEMBLY
Screwed Apex plate

Bolted Apex plate

Bolted Apex & Knee plates overlap each other and bolt together on the center in the same hole.

Place truss sections centered into apex plates and screw or bolt through holes provided. Follow engineering drawing all throughout construction for all sizes and specifications, also retain bill of materials supplied with kit for reference.

After assembling first truss, lay others on top and use as template so all end up the same.

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ASSEMBLE STANDPORTALCOLUMNS &

Knee plate

1. Lay portal columns in footing brackets 2. Attach looselywith 2 bolts (not 4) 3. Positionbottom knee plates and lay preassembledtruss in plates 4. Measurediagonally and when measurment is the same, screw or bolt bottom plate 5. Positionand screw or bolt top knee plate 6. Screw eave purlin bracket in position 7. Hinge portal uprightand positionother two bolts

Fiteavepurlin brackets before standing

Top knee plate

Bottom knee plate

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Eave purlin

join Buft eavepurlin the in centre column fix of and

14x2Otekscrew or kwikspan bolts

top hat

12x20 tek screw frames to portal

Followengineering for drawings spacings and specifications


4 Kwikspanbolts +

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FRONT MULLION, FRONT ENTRY ONLY

14 x 20 tek screws

Front mullion plate Outside View

Kwikspan bolts

Dyna bolts Inside View

REAR MULLION
Apex Plate

Kwikspan bolts Dyna bolts Fix mullion angle with 6 - 14 x 20 tek screws

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SIDEENTRY ROLLERDOORJAME & HEADER FIXING DETAIL

Fix doorjambto eavepurlin& door header jambwithconnector to brackets 12 x 20 tek screws &

Mullionbracket

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TYPICAL GABLE END ROLLER DOOR FIXING DETAIL

Fixing angle brackets 75 105

SINGLE DOOR FRONT ENTRY

VIEW FROM INSIDE

SINGLE DOOR OFFSET ENTRY


Fixing angle brackets 75 105

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TYPICAL GABLE END ROLLER DOOR FIXING DETAIL


DOUBLE DOOR FRONT ENTRY

VIEW FROM INSIDE

Fixing angle brackets 75 105

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DETAIL FRONTENTRY ROLLERDOORMULLION


Where rollerdoors are positionedaway from cornerportalcolumns

ScrewTop Hatbetween column front and mullion a using TopHat support bracket

in Boltfront mullions position using RollerDoor header to set width

Mullion

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ROD GABLE BRACE (END PORTAL)


Fix gable brace onto mullion and column using brace angle and rod supplied

Up to 9m wide 60m/s M12 bolt & M10 rod

12m wide full range M16 bolt & M12 rod

15m & 18m full range M16 bolt & M16 rod

STRAP GABLE BRACE

After fixing strap, tension using brace tensioner

Brace tensioner

2 x 12 x 20 Tek Screws

30mm strap

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SIDEENTRY ROLLERDOORJAMB DETAIL

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RollerDoor Header
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DoorJamb SideEntryRoller

Column

Gutter Fixing Detail

Gutterbracket Stringlineandfix every and 1mapart allow 't5mm in 6m fall FixedusingPoprivets

bracket I

Eave Purlin

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Assemble gutter with poP all rivetsand silicone jointsto preventleaks.

Column

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MACHINERY SHED CORNER FLASHING


Top Hat

End Portal column

Machinery Flashing

Pop riverts

1. Commence cladding at open front, flush with column 2. Use machinery corner flashing provided to finish off corner

Open Front

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GABLE WALL CLADDING DETAILS

Step sheets from corner shortest to tallest and trim after fixing

PA Door jamb inside view PA Door jamb outside view

Fix with 10x16 tek screws

Dynabolt

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DOMESTIC PA DOOR JAMB DETAIL


Door head drip attach with 2/ x 10 x 16 tek screws

Door jamb Trim door jamb to create tongue to fix to eave purlin or top hat

inside view

Door jamb eave purlin connection Door jamb Top Hat connection

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DOMESTIC PA DOOR (PRESSED METAL)

PA Door Frame

PA Door Brace Angle

PA Door Brace Angle

PA Door Jamb PA Door Frame

PA Door Frame

PA Door Lock Rail 2040

PA Door Lock Rail

Assemble using 10 x 16 Wafer tek screws provided at all connecting points PA Door Jamb

Set P.A. Door frame width at: 820 for domestic 1000 for industrial P.A. Door Hinge

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DOMESTIC PA DOOR (SHS COLUMN)

PA Door Frame

Knock in corners

PA Door Jamb PA Door Frame

PA Door Frame

PA Door Lock Rail

2040

PA Door Lock Rail

Assemble as detail using 10 x 16 Wafer tek screws PA Door Jamb

Door width for domestic is 820 & 1000 for Industrial

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Roller Door

BENDING THE SHEETS ON CORNERS


On a continuous wall where sheets do not meet, score right through the sheet for a neat cut and underlap

START HERE Tuck sheet behind lip of portal & pop rivet

Score through half the sheet and bend

Sheet bent around the corner on the crest

Lay sheet on a board and run scoring knife along a straight edge to cut through half the sheet for bending or almost through to cut sheet. ( to cut sheet through just bend back and fourth )

Scored sheet bent around the corner

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WINDOW JAMB DETAIL

Sheeting

Window jamb

Window

Window jamb

Notch window jamb to fit top hat or eave purlin as required, fix flashing over window where not fitting under gutter. Cut and fit sheeting to suit.

Sheeting

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DETAILS TRIMANGLE& ROLLERDOORFLASHING

-/ DoorFlashing

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RIDGE CAP DETAIL

Ridge cap

Roof sheet

Ridge cap

1. Bend end of roof sheets 2. Screw roof sheets to top hats except at ridge 3. Position ridge capping on ridge line 4. Scribe crest of roof sheeting on ridging and cut with tin snips to allow ridging to sit in pan of roof sheeting 5. Screw ridge with 12 x 45 tek through crest of sheeting into top hat batten A piece of 75 x 30 timber with a saw cut in the end will do as a pan bending tool

Bend roof sheeting pan upwards to prevent water blowing under ridge and into shed.

Roof sheet

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DOWNPIPE & FRONT FLASHING DETAIL

Gutter Barge Flashing

Cut hole in base of gutter, fix down pipe drop with Pop rivets and silicone.

Down Pipe Drop

Cut Barge Flashing to overlap gutter stop ends and fix with Pop rivets

Down Pipe

Fix base of downpipe with pop rivet from inside of shed through wall cladding

Fix to mullion with Pop rivets

Fit Roller Doors to manufacturers instructions

Front Mullion flashing

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REMOVABLE MULLION DETAIL

Removable mullion

Mini Mullion Brace fixing plate

Mini Mullion Brace fixing plate

Mini Mullion Brace

Mini Mullion

Fitting instructions with kit

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DOMESTIC ROLLER DOOR


Roller Door Jamb

LOCK PIN DETAIL FOR 50M/S SHEDS


Cyclone Pin Bracket

Guide

Roller Door Curtain

Tek Screw

Fencing Chain

Cyclone Lock Pin @ 600 crs

INDUSTRIAL ROLLER DOOR


Roller Door Jamb

LOCK PIN DETAIL FOR 50M/S SHEDS

Guide

Tek Screw Fencing Chain

Roller Door Curtain Cyclone Lock Pin @ 600 crs

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AWNING DETAIL WHERE AWNING IS AT EAVE HEIGHT

Roof Sheeting

12 x 45 Tek Screws through sheets into eave purlin

Awning Roof Sheeting Awning roof sheet with pan bent up to prevent water blowing up and over the edge

Awning Flashing

Wall Sheeting

AWNING DETAIL WHERE AWNING IS LOWER THAT EAVE HEIGHT

Wall Sheeting

Awning roof sheet with pan bent up to prevent water blowing up and over the edge

Awning Flashing

Awning Roof Sheeting

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AWNING CONNECTION DETAIL Eave height awning detail

Eave purlin

Awning rafter

Inside view of portal

Create a 50mm slot using angle grinder for awning splice plate

Lower than eave height awning detail

Intermediate Rafter

3mm Splice Plate Fixed using 4 x 12 O mm bolts

Portal Frame

Bridge Jambs cut to suit fixed to the lips with 4 - 12 x 20 Tek screws

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AWNING ASSEMBLY DETAIL

Rafter Beam Facia Beam

Outside View 3mm Corner plate with 4 x 12mm flat head bolts Rafter Beam

Post Inside View

General Purpose Bracket 4 x 12mm Kwikspan bolts

Post

Splice plate with 6 x 12mm flat head bolts Facia Beam

Inside View Post

Facia Beam

Splice plate with 6 x 12mm flat head bolts Outside View Post

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DOMESTIC 3M WIDE SLIDING DOOR


Awning Connector 1000 1000 Eave Purlin 1000 1000 Sliding Door Bracket 1000 1000

Sliding Door Track Sliding Door Rail

Sliding Door Flashing

Sliding Door Frame

Sliding Door Rail Height Sliding Door

Apron Building Slab

3000 6000

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INDUSTRIAL 4.5M WIDE SLIDING DOOR


Awning Connector 1000 1000 Eave Purlin 1000 1000 Sliding Door Bracket 1000 1000

Sliding Door Track

Sliding Door Flashing Sliding Door Rail

Sliding Door Frame

Sliding Door Rail

Height Sliding Door

Apron Building Slab

4500 9000

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