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Dimond Corrugate
Description

Corrugate’s wide sheet cover, rapid fixing and low material cost make it an economical choice of roof and wall cladding material.  It lends its graceful appearance and economy of fixing to almost any type of building structure. 

Key Features
  • Cover: 762mm 
  • Sheet width: 851mm
Scope of Use
  • Minimum Pitch: 8° (approx 1:7)

Dimond long run metal roofing and cladding is intended for use in constructing the building envelope for commercial buildings and residential buildings subject to the limitations listed below.

Attention to the following details is required to ensure the expected system performance is achieved:

  • The selection of the type and grade of sheeting material and fasteners must be based on the life expectancy required and the severity of the external and internal environments.
  • Correct choice of breather type or vapour barrier underlay to suit the building environment.
  • Site storage that keeps product dry and protected from damage.
  • Sheeting handling that prevents surface damage.
  • Avoidance of excessive spans or insufficient fasteners for the expected loads.
  • Correct placement and flashing of penetrations through the roof.
  • Correct layout and installation of the sheeting, underlay and netting.
  • Allowance for thermal expansion and contraction.
  • Sufficient roof pitch to permit complete surface water drainage.
  • Control of allowable contact with dissimilar materials.
  • Awareness and implementation of maintenance requirements, particularly for surfaces not washed by natural rainfall.
  • Correct choice of material for collection of drinking water from a Zincalume or colour finished roof is required.
Limitations on Use

If the need arises to use Dimond long run roofing & cladding outside the limitations and procedures given in the Performance Statements or other referenced literature, or if any doubt exists on product handling or use, written approval for use must be obtained from Dimond before the project commences.

Statement of Building Code Compliance

Test information available from Pacific Coilcoaters and BHP NZ Steel, and past history of use of long run metal roofing and cladding products in New Zealand indicate that, provided the product use and maintenance is in line with the guidelines contained in the current literature referenced, Dimond long run metal roofing & wall cladding systems can be expected to meet the performance criteria in clause B2 and E2 of the New Zealand Building Code, for a period of not less than 15 years.

In-Service History

Dimond is New Zealand's largest manufacturer of steel roofing, cladding, structural and rainwater goods.

Corrugate has been successfully used on a wide variety of projects such as the Auckland City Acute Mental Health Care Unit.

Other Performance Attributes

Roofing span capacity chart

Thickness  End span  Internal span
0.40mm 0.80m* 1.20m*
0.55mm 1.00m* 1.50m*

*To suit ultimate wind loads up to 3.0 kPa

Cladding span capacity chart

Thickness  End span  Internal span
0.40mm 1.10m 1.50m
0.55mm 1.20m 1.90m

*To suit ultimate wind loads up to 2 kPa

B2 Durability compliant
Durability
E2 External Moisture compliant
External Moisture
Literature
Drawings
CAD
Product Assurance
Dimond Roofing & Cladding Technical Manual
Installation Instructions
Product Technical Statement
Span Tables
Specification Clause (Masterspec)
Warranty
Other Literature
Brochure
Colour Range
Dimond Homeowners Brochure
Product Page on Supplier Website

Dimond Roofing are a manufacturer of steel roofing, cladding and rainwater products.

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