LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK®

LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK®

PENUTUP ATAP TANPA BAUT DENGAN TAMPILAN MODERN DAN KUAT

LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK® merupakan lembaran profil baja ringan yang memiliki kombinasi kekuatan profil, tahan cuaca dan multifungsi untuk atap maupun dinding. Teknologi profil kuncian dan juga “concealed fastening system” memungkinkan untuk digunakan berbagai aplikasi kelandaian bangunan hingga tampilan secara vertikal dan horizontal.

MENGAPA LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK®

– “Concealed fastening system” – teknologi kunci tersembunyi dibawah lapisan, menghindari potensi kebocoran serta tampilan bersih tanpa sekrup – Material baja lapis ringan terbaik sehingga baik untuk penggunaan bantang panjang dan mengurangi biaya konstruksi dengan efisiensi jumlah tumpuan (gording) – Mampu digunakan untuk penutup atap dengan sudut elevasi rendah (min 2O ) dan tampilan dinding sehinggga memberikan sentuhan modern untuk bangunan rumah – Dengan pilihan warna standard sesuai dengan tren modern

 

Kliplok Produk

LYSAGHT® KLIP-LOK® 406 profile is a strong, durable, versatile and long length roofing and walling profile. It is designed to have a locked-action rib for positive concealed clip fixing. Its smart fluted pans, locked-action rib design and concealed fastening allow multiple effective usage on applications such as low-pitched roofs, vertical as well as horizontal ribbed walling.

LYSAGHT® KLIP-LOK® 406 profile has an effective cover width of 406mm and a rib height of 41mm. It is roll-formed from genuine High Tensile ZINCALUME® G550 steel and is available in a range of Clean COLORBOND® steel proprietary paint systems and colours.

Product Applications

The profile can be used for any roof and wall cladding, fascia and soffit. It is designed to perform at a minimum recommended roof pitch of 2° (1 in 29), vertical and horizontal ribbed walling.

Product Features & Benefits

  1. Concealed Fixing

    Fixing clips can effectively secure LYSAGHT® KLIP-LOK® 406 steel cladding to steel or timber supports without puncturing the sheet. Fastening screws are not visible because of its positive concealed clip fixing, thereby achieving smooth, clean lines in architectural design.

  2. Rain Water Drainage and Waterproof System

    LYSAGHT® KLIP-LOK® 406 profile provides a lightweight but extremely strong waterproof cladding system. Its wide fluted pans and high ribbed design disperses rainwater quickly and efficiently to the outer perimeters of the roof. Thus, LYSAGHT® KLIP-LOK® 406 steel cladding is an excellent choice for severe rainfall intensity areas in Asia.

  3. All Weather Performance

    LYSAGHT® KLIP-LOK® 406 steel profile has exceptional strength even though it is light weight. It has excellent wind resistance too. Its first class resistance against corrosion, discolouration and tropical dirt staining, while requiring no or minimal maintenance, makes it the best all-weather performer.

  4. Simple & Low-cost Fixing

    Long, straight lengths of LYSAGHT® KLIP-LOK® 406 profile can be laid in place and easily aligned. Fixing with our clips is simpler and faster than ever before. The smaller number of clips for a given area provides extra economy. LYSAGHT® KLIP-LOK® 406 profile is available in long lengths, therefore in most jobs, you can have one sheet from ridge to gutter without end laps.

  5. Proven by Test Results

    The steel profile is tested and proven by NATA registered laboratory at Lysaght Technology Centre and CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation) in Australia.

  6. Other Benefits

    • Conforms to International Building Codes and Standards
    • Manufactured under strict processed governed by ISO9001 Quality Management System and ISO14001 Environmental Management System.
    • Genuine material warranty (terms & conditions apply)
    • Genuine Product Certification

Application

Roofing & Walling

Finishes Available

ZINCALUME®, clean COLORBOND®, ABADI® & KIRANA®

Standard BMT

0.4 mm&0.45 mm Non standard based on request

Minimum Roof Slope

2 degrees (1:30)

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Physical Properties

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Design Criteria

  1. Non-Cyclonic Areas

    Support Spacing For Non-Cyclonic Areas

    The maximum support spacing shown in Table 1 are based on testing carried out in accordance with AS1562-1992, “Design and Installation of Sheet Roof and Wall Cladding – Part 1: Metal” and AS4040.1-1992 “Methods of Testing Sheet Roof and Cladding Method 1: Resistance to Concentrated Loads”. These roof support spacings are the maximum recommended for adequate performance of the roof cladding under foot traffic loading.

    The wall spacings are recommended for buildings up to 10 metres high in Region B Terrain Category 3 conditions (Vs = 38m/s and Vu = 60m/s using Cpe = 0.65, Cpi = 0.2 and Kl = 2.0).

    Spacing may be reduced by the Serviceability and Strength Limit States for the particular project under consideration.

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    Limit State Wind Pressures For Non-Cyclonic Areas

    The wind pressure capacities are based on tests conducted at NATA registered testing laboratory at Lysaght Techology in Chester Hill, Sydney, Australia. Testing was conducted in accordance with AS1562.1 – 1992, ‘Design and Installation of Sheet Roof and Wall Cladding’, and AS4040.2 – 1992, ‘Resistance to Wind Pressure for Non-Cyclonic Regions’.

    The table for wind pressure capacities below provides pressure versus span graphs for Serviceability and Strength Limit State Design. Serviceability Limit State is based on a deflection limit of : (span/120) + (P/30), where P is the maximum fastener pitch.

    The pressure capacities for Strength Limit State have been determined by testing the cladding to failure (ultimate capacity). These

    pressures are applicable when the cladding is fixed to minimum material thickness of 1.0mm. To obtain the design capacity of the sheeting, a capacity reduction factor of 0.90 should be applied.

    A non-cyclonic area is defined as one in which a tropical cyclone is unlikely to occur in accordance with AS1170.2 – 1989, “SAA Loading Code, Part 2: Wind Loads”.

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  2. Cyclonic Areas

    Support Spacing For Cyclonic Areas

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    Rainwater Run-off For Lysaght® KLIP-LOK® 406

    The drainage or run-off capacity of roof sheeting is another limitation on the total length of sheet run that must be considered in roof design and construction. As a guide, Table 5 lists the maximum recommended length of roof run for LYSAGHT® KLIP-LOK® 406 profile at the roof slopes and rainfall intensities. These are based on CSIRO Australia (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation) and BlueScope Lysaght’s calculation of the behaviour of LYSAGHT® roofing profiles under peak rainfall conditions. The roof run is the total length of roof sheeting draining rainwater in one direction including any end laps, expansion joints or steps that may be present in the roof.

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Fastening Method & Type of Fasteners

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Noise & Heat Control

  1. Reduction of Noise

    To further reduce noise created by rainfall on metal roof, an insulation mineral wool blanket can be placed in between two metal roof cladding in BlueScope Lysaght’s Acoustic Roof System. As long as the insulation blanket is held tightly against the underside of the roof sheeting, this will dampen the rain induced vibration at the point of impact and a marked noise reduction would be achieved.

    Otherwise, noise will only be reduced by transmission loss through the mineral wool blanket in a standard roof system.

    BlueScope Lysaght’s Acoustic Roof System has been rated and approved by PSB Corporation (testing group). The system was last tested on 10 October 2002 and proven to meet requirements of Sound Transmission Class 51 (STC 51). The test was conducted in accordance with ASTM E90 – 97. (Please refer to BlueScope Lysaght’s “Guidelines for Specification & Installation of LYSAGHT® Roofing and Walling Solutions” for more information on the Acoustic Roof System)

  2. Heat Control

    The effective method to control heat is to lay reflective foil laminate over the supports before laying the sheeting or insulation blanket. The insulation blanket over the foil laminate in conjunction with vapour barrier allows condensation control. An insulation blanket is often provided to improve heat insulation to the overall system.

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Suggested Specification For Extreme Environments

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