HADLEY UltraZED2 - HADLEY UltraBEAM2 - 76 Pages

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Catalogue excerpts

HADLEY UltraZEDTM2 HADLEY UltraBEAMTM2 for Purlins & Cladding Rails incorporating UltraMEZZ® mezzanine oor joist system

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HADLEY I ZED™2 section properties Et dimensions 6-7 HADLEY UltraBEAM™2 section properties & dimensions 8-9 Roof purlin systems 10 HADLEY UltraZED™2 piercing configurations 11-13 Roof purlin construction guidelines 14 Diagonal Purlin Bracing 15 Gutter support details 16-17 Purlin Ties (anti-sag bars) 18-19 Flat roof construction 20 Curved roof construction 20 Mono-pitched roof construction 21 Steep roof construction 22 Tiled roof construction 24-25 Trimmer cleat details 29 Eaves Beam properties and details 30-31 Rafter Et column cleats 32 Rafter Et column stays 33 Side cladding rail systems 34-35 HADLEY...

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Hadley Group An international business Customer Care At Hadley we have shaped our business around adding value for our customers; understanding their diverse needs and, through local e pertise, market insight and manufacturing capabilities, delivering beyond e pectation. Hadley Group is the UK’s largest manufacturer of cold rolled metal pro les, with 50 dedicated rolling mills and a global reach spanning ve continents. Originality Hadley Group Technology is the largest in-house cold roll forming technology academy in the UK. Hadley Group is protected from imitation via intellectual property rights...

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Authority Quality Hadley Building Products Division operates to design and quality procedures through a Quality Management System accredited to BS EN ISO 9001 that covers design and production. Environment & Sustainability Our commitment to the environment and a sustainable future is recognised by the award of BS EN ISO 14001 accreditation for our Environmental Management System and membership of the Steel Construction Sustainability Charter. HADLEY UltraZEDTM2 & UltraBEAMTM2 products are CE Marked in accordance with the Construction Products Regulations with respect to structural metallic construction...

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HADLEY UltraZEDTM2 Sectional properties and dimensions ALL HOLES Ø14. FOR M12 BOLTS S450+Z275 NA-C to BS EN 10346 Tolerances on material size to BS EN 10143

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ALL HOLES Ø14. FOR GRADE 8.8 M12 BOLTS. Steel Grade S450+Z275 NA-C. Tolerances on material size to BS EN 10143. All dimensions are nominal and for general guidance only 07

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HADLEY UltraBEAM™ Sectional properties and dimensions ALL HOLES 014. FOR GRADE 8.8 M12 BOLTS. Steel Grade S450+Z275 NA-C Tolerances on material size to BS EN 10143

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ALL HOLES Ø14. FOR GRADE 8.8 M12 BOLTS. Steel Grade S450+Z275 NA-C. Tolerances on material size to BS EN 10143. All dimensions are nominal and for general guidance only 09

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HADLEY UltraZED™ Roof Purlin Systems HADLEY UltraZED™2 purlins are available in four systems, the choice of system being dictated by span, load, sheeting line limitations, the number of bays and the end user's preferred site practice. HADLEY Design Suite PRO Design Software incorporates an 'optimum system' feature which may be used to suggest the most cost effective system for any given design criteria. Non-continuous (butted) system For short spans (typically cost effective for spans less than 5 metres) or for roofs that prevent any continuity of purlin lines this system is exceptionally suitable. The...

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HADLEY UltraZEDTM2 non-continuous single span piercing con gurations All holes punched 14 for M12 bolts. Holes are punched in pairs on standard gauge lines as shown. 55 145 37 53 Piercing for Purlin Ties at Mid-Span or 1/3 and 2/3 span points HADLEY UltraZEDTM2 double span butt-jointed piercing con gurations. All holes punched 14 for M12 bolts. Holes are punched in pairs on standard gauge lines as shown. 3 66 Piercing for Purlin Ties at Mid Span Length of Purlin = Span + Span less 6mm

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HADLEY UltraZEDTM2 Standard Sleeve Piercing Con gurations purlin section at any position other than the rafter/column cleat. HADLEY UltraZEDTM2 sleeve and section is the same pro le. The sleeve is an inverted short length of purlin section that connects the purlin and sleeve at the rafter/ column cleat. Considerable experimentation has determined the sleeve rotational stiffness. Sleeves are not designed to be simple joining plates and they must not be used to join Overall length of Single Spanning Purlins equals the span less 6mm Piercing for Purlin Ties at Mid-Span or 1/3 and 2/3 span points

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Heavy End Bay Sleeve Piercing Con gurations HADLEY UltraZEDTM2 Heavy End Bay sleeve and purlin section is the same pro le. The HEB sleeve is longer than the corresponding standard sleeve and is manufactured from the same thickness material as the end bay purlin. Standard sleeves are required at every joint throughout the remainder of the roof. Piercing for Purlin Ties at Mid-Span or and 2/3 span points Overall length of Single Spanning Purlins equals the span less 6mm

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Roof purlin construction guidelines Roof purlin behaviour - especially during the construction phase is dependent upon several inter-relating factors. Purlin stiffness, section geometry, span and length of roof slope all contribute to differing strut and bracing requirements, as does the cladding type and fixing method employed. The guidelines below are the result of best practice methodology resulting from many years' experience and apply to screw fixed metal/composite cladding systems only. These guidelines may be applied to Fibre Cement roof sheets providing the recommendations for the inclusion...

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Diagonal Purlin Brace - DPB Diagonal Purlin Braces are utilised in conjunction with SRS struts to afford resistance to downslope roof purlin loads. Typically they are positioned at the bottom of slope where no suitable eaves member exists. On longer roof slopes they are incorporated at additional locations as indicated in the tabulated guidelines on page 14. against the up-slope forces often experienced during the construction phase. Wire type diagonal bracing should not be utilised on roof slopes below 15° as they do not provide suf cient restraint All SRS type struts have holes punched at both...

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