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C. Gutters: Formed from 24-gauge (.023” nominal) or thicker, metallic-coated steel sheet. Match profile of gable trim, complete with end pieces, outlet tubes, and other special pieces as required. Fabricate in minimum 120” long sections, sized according to SMACNA’s “Architectural Sheet Metal Manual”. Furnish gutter supports spaced 36 inches (900 mm) fabricated from same metal as gutters. Finish gutters to match metal roof panels and roof fascia and rake trim.


D. Downspouts: Formed from 24-gauge (.023” nominal) or thicker, metallic-coated steel sheet in 10-foot (3m) long sections, complete with formed elbows and offsets. Finish downspouts to match metal roof panels.


E. Roof Curbs: Approved roof curb manufacturers a. KCC International, Inc. i. Phone: (800) 382-2872


ii. Website: http://www.kcccurbs.com/


b. ThyCurb i. Phone: (800) 666-2872


ii. Website: http://www.thybar.com/


c. LM Curbs i. Phone: (800) 284-1412


ii. Website: http://www.lmcurbs.com/


d. Curbs Plus, Inc. i. Phone (888) 639-2872


ii. Website: http://www.curbs-plus.com/ 2.8 Fabrication


A. General: Fabricate and finish metal roof panels and accessories either at the factory or onsite by manufacturer’s standard procedures and processes, as necessary to fulfill indicated performance requirements demonstrated by laboratory testing. Comply with indicated profiles, details with dimensional and structural requirements.


B. Provide panel profile, include major ribs, and intermediate stiffing ribs or striations if any for full length of panel. Note: Major ribs, intermediate stiffening ribs or striations minimize oil canning. Oil canning is not cause for rejection.


C. Sheet Metal Accessories: Fabricate flashing and trim to comply with recommendations in Drexel Metals Inc. Details or SMACNA’s “Architectural Sheet Metal Manual” that apply to the design, dimensions, metal, and other characteristics of item indicated. D. Use the Drexmet® Paint Pen to touchup all minor scratches on all trim and panels.


Part 3 – Execution 3.1 Preparation


A. Substrate: Install solid substrate of 22 gauge B-Deck on entire roof surface. Attachment: See DMC Engineering Report for size and spacing of fasteners.


B. Install flashings and other sheet metal to comply with requirements specified in Division 7 Section “Sheet Metal Flashing and Trim”.


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