1 Panel-Loc plus . Installation Details HELPFUL INFORMATION FOR RESIDENTIAL ROOFING. INCLUDES REGIONAL PRODUCTS. Panel-Loc . CD 2000 . Copyright 2018, Central States Manufacturing, Inc., All Rights Reserved. C E GUID_INSTL_PLP_180222. OUR MISSION. The men and women at Central States Manufacturing, Inc. would like to welcome you. Central States Manufacturing, Inc. is a 100% employee-owned company devoted to the personal growth and well-being of our owners. We are dedicated to increasing the value of our company by making Raving Fans of our customers through exceeding their expectations, being easy to do business with, demonstrating excellence in all aspects of our business and being committed to improving their business. It is our promise to maintain honesty and integrity with everyone our lives may touch.
2 With thanksgiving for the blessings we have been given, we are committed to serving the communities where we live and work by giving back a portion of our time, talents and profits. C E N T R A L S TAT E S M A N U FA C T U R I N G , I N C . Effective 02/2018 Information subject to change 3. INDEX. Important Information & Safety .. 5. Care and Handling .. 6. Tools and Equipment .. 7. Field Cutting, Drilling, Fastening .. 7. Roof Preparation .. 8-9. Substructure Squareness .. 10-11. Installation Overview .. 12-13. Installing the First Panel .. 14-15. Installing Sidelap Panel .. 16. Installing Endlap Panel .. 17. Residential Fascia Trim .. 18-19. Residential Drip Edge .. 20-21. Residential Eave Trim .. 22-23. Valley Trim .. 24-25. Gambrel Trim Lower .. 26-27.
3 Gambrel Trim Upper .. 28-29. Residential Rake Trim .. 30-31. Ridge Cap .. 32-33. Sidewall Trim .. 34-35. Endwall Flashing .. 36-37. This document illustrates conditions and details that are recommended for this product to minimize the number of potential water penetrations. Each project may have specific situations in which alternate methods may be acceptable. A qualified contractor is able to adapt methods to a particular project. C E N T R A L S TAT E S M A N U FA C T U R I N G , I N C . 4 Effective 02/2018 Information subject to change IMPORTANT INFORMATION. This manual contains suggestions and guidelines code requirements, check all measurements, on how to install Panel-Loc plus panels . The and determine suitability of product for the job. drawings in this guide are for illustration purposes The buyer is also responsible for determining only and may not apply to all building designs lengths and quantities needed.
4 Prior to ordering or product applications. The installation details and installing materials, all dimensions should shown are proven methods of construction, be verified with field measurements. Implied but are not intended to cover all instances, warranties of merchantability and fitness for building requirements, designs, or codes. It is the a particular purpose are disclaimed. All Panel- responsibility of the designer/installer to ensure that Loc plus instructions assume that a qualified the details meet particular building requirements. firm or individual has been contacted regarding The designer/installer must be aware of, and allow application of this product. Failure to comply with for, expansion/contraction of roof panels . The stated recommendations relieves the manufacturer details may require changes or revisions due to each of responsibility for any damage or deterioration project's conditions.
5 Of the product incurred and voids any applicable warranty. There are certain minimum live, snow, dead, collateral, and wind loads that a roof must generally Central States Manufacturing reserves the right to be designed to support. Consult local building modify, without notice, information in this guide. officials to determine the appropriate building If you have questions regarding proper installation design load requirements. A professional engineer of Panel-Loc plus or information not included in this should be consulted for all roof system designs. It guide, contact your salesperson. is the buyer's responsibility to verify all applicable Although installation details shown also apply to Panel-Loc and CD2000 profiles, follow the appropriate fastener spacing for each profile.
6 NOTE. Fastener spacing can be found at SAFETY. Each job site presents different hazards; therefore it when the panels can become extremely slippery. is the responsibility of the contractor to determine Walking or standing on a metal roof which does the safest way to install Panel-Loc plus based on not have a plywood or other deck beneath it is not the recommended instructions contained in this recommended. However, if you must do so, always guide and provide crew members with appropriate walk on the purlins, never between. safety measures. If you must walk on a metal roof, take great care. Metal panels can become slippery, OSHA safety regulations should be complied with so always wear shoes with non-slip soles. Avoid at all times. working on metal roofs during wet conditions, Always wear heavy gloves when working with steel panels to avoid cuts from sharp edges.
7 If power cutting or drilling steel panels , always wear safety glasses to CAUTION. prevent eye injury from flying metal fragments. C E N T R A L S TAT E S M A N U FA C T U R I N G , I N C . Effective 02/2018 Information subject to change 5. CARE AND HANDLING. RECEIVING MATERIALS HANDLING. When unloading panels , extreme caution must be When unbundling the panels , never drag them employed. Care needs to be used when unloading across the surface of one another. This may cause panels with a forklift. Panel edges and underside scratches across the underneath panels . It is paint may become damaged if the forklift driver recommended that the panels be rolled off the top does not use caution. of the bundle to prevent scratching. panels should only be lifted and carried by their sides.
8 STORAGE. All materials should be stored in a dry place, Panel edges are very sharp, therefore, safety preferably under a roof. panels and trim are subject equipment should be worn by all workers handling to staining and premature rusting when water sits the material. upon, or becomes trapped between them. You may stand panels on end and fan them out at the FOOT TRAFFIC. bottom to provide air circulation and moisture Care of metal panels and flashings must be exercised run off. If space does not allow for this, the panels throughout installation. Foot traffic can cause should be separated, blocked off the ground at least distortion of panel and damage to finish. Traffic 12 inches to allow air flow and stored at an incline over the installed roof must be kept to an absolute to encourage drainage.
9 The panels should then be minimum. covered in a manner to still allow airflow through the sheets. Do not use a plastic cover, as this may If walking on the roof panels is unavoidable, walk cause the panels to sweat or condensation to occur. only on the minor ribs to minimize damage. Failure to properly store panels and trim could result in product failure that is not covered by manufacturers warranty. TOOLS & EQUIPMENT. Gloves Electric Metal Shear Safety Glasses Cordless Drill Snips/hand shear Caulking Gun Tape Measure Blind Rivet Tool Chalk Line C E N T R A L S TAT E S M A N U FA C T U R I N G , I N C . 6 Effective 02/2018 Information subject to change CUTTING AND DRILLING. FIELD CUTTING DRILLING. Central States recommends tin snips/hand shears, Always use a cover sheet underneath your panel if electric nibblers or a profile shear to cut metal you are predrilling fastener holes.
10 Do not predrill panels and trim. All product surfaces should be free more than one panel at a time. Predrilling multiple of debris at all times. Installed surfaces should be panels can cause shavings to become embedded wiped clean at the end of each work period. Never in interior panels . Brush away any loose shavings cut panels over metal surfaces. When cutting metal immediately. panels , always wear heavy gloves to avoid cuts from sharp edges and safety glasses to prevent eye injury. Central States discourages the use of a power saw that may generate hot metal shavings. Hot shavings can stick to the painted surface. If loose shavings are not removed from the panel surface immediately they will begin to corrode and shorten the life of the Shavings created by saw cutting or product.