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COLORBOND® roofing KLIP-LOK 700 Hi Strength® profile. A concealed fixed sheet which gives a modern, clean line with no unsightly screws. With bold ribs making a strong visual statement, this superior product has earned FM Global approval. 

What is the cover width of the Klip Lok Sheets?
The Klip Lok sheets are 700mm wide 

How long does delivery take? 

Delivery takes approximately 3 - 4 days.  

What is the Minimum Roof Pitch

Klip Lok is available for use on roof pitches from as little as 2 degrees or 1 degree for .48 BMT Klip Lok. 

What is the tickness of the steel?
The sheets are: .42 BMT (base metal thickness)

The sheets are fastened down using these Klip Lok Clips & the pans of the sheets should be turned up and down using this tool.  



We use only the best 100% Australian steel for 100% peace of mind; made from BlueScope’s industry-leading brands such as COLORBOND® and ZINCALUME® steel. And, of course, all our products are extensively performance tested, backed with the strength of the BlueScope warranty and can be relied on with total and absolute confidence. 


Klip Lok 700 Hi Strength® Roofing Sheets

Hi Strength® 700 features improved rib strength for excellent spanning capacity. Visually, a strong rib makes a bold statement rising from flat pans with longitudinal fluting. Clips permit thermal expansion of long, straight runs, and because there are no piercings through the cladding; the long, straight lines of KLIP-LOK Hi Strength® 700 remain crisp and clean. And no piercings means superb weatherproof performance. Can be used in conjunction with the LOK-KLIP™ system which is the fast and effective solution for weather resistant end and expansion joints.
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 2 degrees .42 BMT or 1 degree .48 BMT (1 in 60)

Sheet thickness 
.42 BMT. Please contact us if you require a price for .48 BMT. 

Number of clips per job:

(Number of supports) x (Number of sheets)


Purchase Klip Lok Clips HERE

Minimum Roof Pitch

Klip Lok is available for use on roof pitches from as little as 2 degrees or 1 degree for .48 BMT


Single Span - 1650mm
End Span - 1750mm
Internal Span - 2200mm

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-Lok 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. 

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


Colorbond Roofing – Best Practices for Storage

Colorbond roofing prides itself in using the best materials and harnessing new technologies to deliver superior products. However, between transportation, storage and actual installation, a lot of things can happen. These things can undermine the look and performance of your new metal roof even before it is installed. As such, you and your roofing contractor should pay good attention to how the roofing sheets are stored prior to installation. Here are some important tips you should closely follow. Keep the roofing sheets dry. Prior to installation, moisture is the biggest enemy of metal roofing. Ideally, the roofing sheets should be stored off the ground and should be stacked or bundled neatly. If necessary, provide a covering to reinforce the protection against moisture.  When roofing sheets are stored closely together, an action called capillary action can draw water between the sheets. In turn, capillary action can lead to stains and the shortened life expectancy of your new roof. Dry wet metal sheets immediately. If the roofing sheets should get wet during storage, it is crucial that these are dried as soon as possible. If the roofing sheets are stacked, separate these and immediately wipe those that have gotten wet using a clean piece of cloth. You might notice that the roofing sheets' paint film may have softened and that the colour may have changed. After you have dried the roofing sheets, these will revert back to their natural state. The roofing sheets should be handled with great care until fully dry. Otherwise, corrosion and stains can set in. Your home is likely to be your biggest financial investment and your largest asset. Having a BlueScope warranty covering the important steel building products in and around your home is an investment in peace of mind. COLORBOND® steel is developed for, and therefore more resilient to, the severe sunlight and temperatures typical of Australian environments. BlueScope scientists have tested COLORBOND® steel in some of Australia’s harshest climates. Rest assured that COLORBOND® steel is guaranteed to meet relevant Australian standards. Make sure you look for the brand as not all painted steel is genuine COLORBOND® steel.


How to Properly Care For Your Metal Roofing System.

Many homeowners and buildings choose metal roofing systems because they offer various benefits. Not only is it inexpensive and easy to install, but it is also a low-maintenance roofing material that does not require much maintenance. However, the low-maintenance roofing system is not a "no-maintenance" roofing system. Although metal roofs do not need much routine work, it is still vital for their overall performance and longevity to look after them well on your own. Continue reading to look out whatever you require to do for your roof and how to get started.Four steps to take care of the metal roof. There are four necessary steps you should take each year to maintain the condition of the metal roof. These four essential steps are just the basics and may vary depending on the state of your roof. For example, if you have continuous surface damage, wildlife interference you may need some extra work sometimes, in addition to these four steps. The following are the four most important responsibilities that must be kept in place to maintain the structural integrity of the metal roofing system: Roof inspection - The metal roof must be checked at least once a year for damage such as water intrusion, wildlife intrusion, pest problems, holes, gaps, and another susceptibility. When it comes to surfaces, catching a small problem early is critical to protecting your home and your budget. Repairing the small roof can quickly become a significant and costly disaster if you do not catch it in time. This is one of the vital reasons behind the importance of annual inspections on the roof. Tree Trimming - If you are living on a property that does not have trees longer than the roofing system, you do not have to worry about this step. However, wooded plots and their properties with mature trees should remain above their tree tables to protect their home from tree damage. Large branches or weak trees can fall in heavy rain or windstorm, while lost foliage and branches can block gutters and accumulate on surface herpes. This can lead to poor runoff, water leakage, mildew, mildew, bacteria, and more. Cleaning a gutter - Whether you have a lot of wood or not, every homeowner must keep on top of his cleaning responsibilities. Your maze system means directing water away from your home to protect its roofs, bias, foundation, and more. Blocked, broken, or defective gutters will not perform well enough to provide the level of protection your home needs. Make sure to clean the gutters twice a year. Recruiting professionals - If you suspect that your roof needs some minor repairs or modifications, hire a team of roofing contractors for professional assessment and service. They retain appropriate skills, licenses, training and equipment to perform their roof duties safely.




Better Living With COLORBOND Klip Lok Roofing.

There are numerous kinds of roofing arrangements accessible in the market to suit all financial plans. A mainstream mounting roofing arrangement is a composite board utilized for Colorbond roofing. What is the Colorbond Roofing Klip Lok roofing? Roofing Colorbond Klip Lok Roofing is a unique roofing material made of Roofing Colorbond Klip Lok Roofing Steel. COLORBOND is a registered trademark of Blue Scope Steel.  It is sturdy and adaptable and can be tweaked in various courses relying upon rooftop development. The Colorbond Klip Lok roofing can likewise be of various hues, so you don't have to paint the roof to get the ideal shading. Gives another look to your home. COLORBOND KLIP Lok Roofing utilizing Thermatech innovation expands reflectivity to keep your home cooler in summer.