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Purchase Klip Lok in .48 BMT steel - suitable for 1 degree roof pitch. This product is thicker than the standard .42 bmt Klip Lok COLORBOND sheets

These sheets are a concealed fixed roofing sheet which gives a modern, clean line with no unsightly screws. 
The sheets are fastened down using these Klip Lok Clips & the pans of the sheets should be turned up and down using this tool.  

 

Order online or contact our customer care team on 1300 886 944.

 

What is the cover width of the Klip Lok Sheets?

The Klip Lok sheets are 700mm wide 

 

What roof pitch are these sheets suitable for?

These .48 BMT Klip Lok sheets are suitable for down to 1 degree roof pitch.

 

How long does delivery take? 

Delivery takes approximately 3 - 4 days, depending on location.  

 

Sheet Tolarance: Length: + 0mm, – 15mm; Width: + 4mm, – 4mm Make allowance for thermal expansion or contraction for long length roofs at sheeting ends

 

We use only the best 100% Australian steel for 100% peace of mind; made from BlueScope’s industry-leading brands such as COLORBOND® steel 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 - .48 BMT

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 
.48 BMT. 

Minimum Roof Pitch

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

Number of clips per job:

(Number of supports) x (Number of sheets)

for KLIP-LOK 700 HI-STRENGTH®



Spanning

Single Span - 1650mm
End Span - 1750mm
Intenal 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














How To Choose The Right Colorbond Roof For Your Home

 

For a long time, iron and its composite metals have been used for roofing purposes, and even certain metals, for example, formed iron when they were used to make solid and versatile auxiliary covers. However, these metal alternatives frequently accompanied several problems, since they should have been painted regularly to maintain their appearance. This normal maintenance made having a metal roof a very expensive speculation. However, these problems were discovered when colorbond metal was familiar with the market. Nowadays, colorbond is a standout among the materials most used by experts from around the world who are looking for durable and attractive roofing options. Colorbond is really a sheet of agitated steel that is secured with durable paint by a mechanical process. This is done as such; the paint will not fall off, even in the most extreme weather conditions. This means that when you put one of these ceilings in your house or warehouse, you do not have to worry about painting it every three to half a year or having problems with rust and consumption. The Colorbond roof has lowest prices when compared to other comparative materials and is easier to transport, store and install in a building. Most industry(Trusted Australian BlueScope Steel) experts today lean towards this roof as it does not require much maintenance work and can be installed faster when compared to a typical tile roof. This roof can be connected to any building. Here are some common advantages of colorbond roofing and guttering: The most important advantage of colorbond roofing is that they do not require a lot of maintenance work and it is not necessary to paint the roof with a specific end goal to make it look excellent. This material is perfect for any type and state of construction and can be used for private and commercial purposes. Easy and secure online ordering. This roof is very simple to install and does not need to bother with a lot of installation work. In most cases, it should be possible within a couple of hours. Even when there is some damage to this roof, it is very simple and quick to repair or replace any damaged plate. Metal Roofing Online offers the best colorbond roofing services in the nation and, as our previous clients are happy with our organisation, we do more than any doubt that you get what you expected.

 

Considering the Pros of Using Colorbond Roofing Over the Cons

 

Colorbond roofing is among the world's most popular metal roofing products and is known for its unique versatility and high quality. Residential and commercial projects alike, in either traditional or contemporary styles, have much to benefit from the use of this proudly Australian product. But why is metal roofing a favourite among home and business owners and builders, such that other materials are passed over? Shared below are some of the more notable advantages of using metal roofing for various building applications over other materials like tile. Metal roofing is lightweight. Because it is considerably lighter than, say, concrete tiles which are also popular roofing materials, metal roofs no longer need additional structural support — even if the metal is installed over an existing roof. You're looking at a long-lasting roof if it's made with metal. As long as the roof is properly installed and regularly subjected to care and maintenance checks, metal roofing can last anywhere from 20 to 50 years, and even their paint finishes typically have a 30-year warranty. They offer durable protection against harsh weather conditions, insects, moulds, and rot.

It's quicker and less tedious to install a metal roof. The sheets can be easily installed by a skilled contractor so your building project can be completed faster and more efficiently. Your metal roof is an effective heat conductor. Heat from the sun is reflected instead of absorbed, so this means the house's indoor temperature will not go up and you won't have to turn up your air conditioning and you get to save on your energy bills. Metal roofing gives your home added protection against fires. Because metal is non-combustible, your roof will be more resistant to fire — an important characteristic, especially in Australia where bushfires during the hottest months of the year are quite common. 

The key to having a strong, beautiful, and long-lasting roof, then, is to choose a trusted brand that is known to deliver quality roofing that endures time and the harsh impact of the environment, all the while proving to be a worthy investment. A brand like Colorbond, made with high-tensile steel that is lightweight, virtually maintenance-free and extremely strong, will demonstrate how its pros undoubtedly outweigh the cons and meet the needs of the home or building owner.