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ZINC roofing - VMZINC Standing seam roof

VMZINC® Standing seam is a single folded or double folded seam.

The use of profiling and seaming machines for the closure of longitudinal seam joints significantly reduces installation time.

The low height of the seams (25 or 32 mm) contributes to the modernity, lightness and regularity of the roof and facade, while highlighting its architectural purpose.

When dealing with more complex designs this system presents a more technologically advanced appearance.

The standing seam technique is particularly suitable for very large roof and facade surfaces and for structures located in regions of harsh climate, which are often subject to strong winds, heavy rain and snowfall (mountain or continental climate).

Packaging:
Delivered in rolls to be profiled or in preformed strips on demand.

Surface aspects:
Natural Zinc / QUARTZ-ZINC / ANTHRA-ZINC / PIGMENTO / AZENGAR

The use of the chosen aspect may not be suitable for certain applications in the context of very aggressive environmental constraints.

It is recommended, if necessary, to consult the VM Building Solutions services for further information.

Specification
  • Application:
    All types of roofs.

    All shapes:
    Flat, curved, concave, convex, conical, domes.

    Pitches:
    Minimum pitch 3° (5%).

    Installation: 

    For flat roof, the bins are produced in long sheets up to 15m. 

    Finished joint: height 25 mm. 

    For curved, concave and convex covers, bending up to 10 or 10.5m depending on the thikness of the metal. 

    Fixations: 

    Fixed and sliding stainless steel clips (type VMZINC) type 1 according to DTU 40.41, placed at a maximum of 33 cm and crimped with the upstand flashing from the cover sheets. 

    Climates:
    All regions wind

    The choice by a professional of a VMZINC® product of VM Building Solutions must integrate the possible constraints of use according to the aspect of surface considered. Each aspect of zinc surface can change over time in different ways depending on the type of environment (seaside, high UV exposure, snow, etc.) and according to the applications (cover, facade, rain evacuation).

    The use of the chosen aspect may not be suitable for certain applications in the context of very aggressive environmental constraints.

    It is recommended, if necessary, to consult the VM Building Solutions services for further information.

    Special conditions:
    In mountain climate (alt> 900 m), implemented with additional sealing and double ventilation (see DTU 40.41),

    Application on the underside:
    Width 500 m, length 2 m.

Technical specification
  • Unique ref.Joint-Debout-Couverture-VMZINC
  • Collection setVM Building Solutions offer
  • CollectionVMBSO products
  • TypeObject (single object)
  • Date of publishing2018-07-25
  • Edition number2
Related
  • Material mainMetal
  • Material secondaryInsulation
  • Designed inFrance
  • Manufactured inFrance
Classification
  • BIMobject CategoryConstruction - Roof
  • IFC classificationRoof
  • UNSPSC nameRoofing materials
  • UNSPSC code301515
  • Uniclass 2015 CodeSs_30_40_50_95
  • Uniclass 2015 DescriptionZinc sheet roof covering systems
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 Code07 41 13
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 TitleMetal Roof Panels
  • OmniClass TitleExterior Metal Roof Panels
  • OmniClass Number23-13 39 11 11
  • CSI UniFormat II CodeB3010
  • CSI UniFormat II TitleRoof Coverings

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