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Purchase COLORBOND® Roofing KLIP LOK 700 Hi Strength. 

A concealed fixed sheet which gives a modern, clean line with no unsightly screws. 


.48 BMT is the thickness of these Australian BlueScope steel sheets. 

Klip Lok 700 .48 BMT is available for use on roof pitches from as little as 1 degree.

Sheet cover width: 700mm 

Delivery takes approximately 3 - 4 days.  

 

COLORBOND® KLIP LOK 700 Hi Strength 

Steel thickness .48 BMT

Cover width 700mm

This COLORBOND® sheet features a wide cover with concealed fixings.

 
These roofing sheets feature an improved rib strength for excellent spanning capacity. Visually, a strong rib makes a bold statement rising from flat pans. Clips permit thermal expansion of long, straight runs, and because there are no piercings through the cladding; the long, straight lines of Klip Lok 700 remain crisp and clean. And no piercings means superb weatherproof performance. 


These roofing sheets are a concealed fixed metal deck roofing and cladding, with no exposed fasteners. In addition they have a versatile roofing profile which is available in long lengths. A concealed fixed profile which not only gives a modern, clean line with no unsightly scews, it also provides the utmost in security under extreme weather conditions. Designed for almost flat roofing applications, these roofing sheets can be used on a minimum roof pitch of 1 degree (1 in 60)


MIMIMUM ROOF PITCH
Available for use on roof pitches from as little as 1 degree.



Made in Australia from Australian Bluescope Steel.
 
 
 
On metal decking, remember to walk in the "trays" or on at least two "ribs", as close as possible to the roofing support. Distribute body weight evenly over the soles of the feet.
 
Penetrations, ie pipes or skylight, will affect the water flow on a Klip-Down roof. If you require assistance on correct waterproofing penetrations please contact us.


TURN UP / TURN DOWN TOOL

All roof which are pitched less than 15 degrees, the high end of the metal roofing sheets are required to be "turned up". This stops wind driven water entering the building. Similiary, the pans at the guttering end also must be turned down to stop water running back along the underside of the roofing sheets. Tools are available HERE


RECOMMENDED FIXING METHOD
When fastening into Steel Purlins, use 12 Gauge x 22mm Steel Fix Hex Head Screws, 4 per clip.
When fastening into timber battens, use 12 Gauge x 30mm Hex Head Type 17 screws, 4 per clip (softwood), and use 12 Gauge x 40mm Hex Head Type 17 screws, 4 per clip (hardwood). Allow 1.3 clips per square metre. This is based on 1200mm batten centres.









 



 

 

How to Boost Safety During Colorbond Roofing Installation

 

 

 

Installing Colorbond roofing is a relatively straightforward and simple process. This is why many property owners looking to save a few dollars are enticed to DIY the installation of their new roofs. However, if you are planning to install new roofs on your home, you have to be aware of some of the risks involved with this task. In order to minimise, if not totally eliminate, the risks involved with the installation of metal roofs, here are a few tips that you should follow. Conduct a visual inspection of the work area Before even beginning with the actual installation of the metal roof panels, make sure that you carefully inspect the area you will be working on. Make sure that there are no weak spots on the roof which can lead to falls. If you are going to use anchors or special equipment used previously by the workers, make sure that these are stable and are still in good order. Make the necessary preparations After conducting a thorough visual inspection of the work area, the next task at hand is to identify the best points of access. Ideally, the point of access that you should choose to use should be free of obstructions and hazards. If possible, remove the hazards and other obstructions that you find. Before climbing on a ladder, make sure that it is positioned correctly and is stable and secure. If you need to bring materials on top of the roof, find an area that is both accessible and stable to place these. If there are structures like skylights or even holes on the roof, make sure that these are covered properly before starting with the metal roofing installation. Check the weather before your scheduled work. As much as possible, avoid working on the roof when it is raining. Reschedule the installation to another date. Use a fall protection system. A fall protection system can dramatically decrease the risks of falls and fatalities by preventing a person from falling from the roof to the ground or a level below the roof. This safety system is comprised of an anchor point which is connected to the harness worn by a person. These two components are connected together by a safety line. Be aware and mindful. Whenever you are working from heights, you have to be aware of your surroundings and avoid distractions which can lead to unnecessary accidents. Planning on installing metal roofing on your home? Make Metal Roofing Online your next stop. We’re Australia’s leading BlueScope steel supplier.