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ZINCALUME® Roofing TRIMDEK® Profile - Queensland 

Installed on roofs with a minimum of 2 degree of fall or greater. 

Cover width of Trimdek sheet 762mm

Steel thickness .42 BMT 

When fixing into timber battens, we recommend a 12 gauge x 65mm fastener. 

Delivery takes approximately 3 - 4 days.  

Buy TRIMDEK Roofing in ZINCALUME® finish 
 

Cover Width of Trimdek roof sheet  762mm 

Steel thickness .42bmt

 

Trimdek profile is a roof sheet which is used on roofs with a minimum of 2 degree of fall or greater.  It is a screw down metal deck roofing iron, which makes it very easy to install. These roofing sheets are a cost effective alternative to Klip-Lok roofing sheets. It sits well in both domestic and commercial, wall or roof applications.
 
Setting a new industry benchmark, next generation ZINCALUME® steel meets the growing demands of a changing built environment for durability, resilience and sustainability; giving you the confidence to create for years to come.


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Recommended Fastening Method
When fixing into timber battens, we recommend a 12 gauge x 65mm Type 17 Hex Head screw. If fixing into steel purlins, please use a 12 gauge x 55mm Steel Fix Hex Head screw. When using the sheets as wall cladding, a 12 gauge x 25mm Type 17 Hex Head should be used for timber battens and for steel purlins, a 10 gauge x 16mm Steel Fix Hex Head screw is best. 
 
 
The neatest way to cut the roofing sheets is with either tin snips or cordless shears, which are both available online in our store. Don't forget to turn up the pans/valleys on your roofing iron at the high end of the roof, to stop wind driven rain and pests entering the roof cavity. The Apclad iron is made in Australia using Bluescope steel.