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Construction: a.


b.


Snap Gravel Stop Material: 1) 2)


Snap Gravel Stop Finish: 1)


2) 3)


c. d.


.040 inch (1 mm) thick formed aluminum. 24 gauge Galvalume coated steel.


Drexmet® 35 year color as selected by the Architect from Drexel’s color chart.


Drexlume® (Acrylic Coated Galvalume). Bare/Unpainted mill finish aluminum.


Snap Gravel Stop Length: 1)


2) Standard 10’-0”(3.048m), or up to 20’-0”(6.096m) maximum.


Snap Gravel Stop Attachment: 1)


1-1/4” Stainless Steel Ring Shank Nails provided by Drexel attached to substrate at 12” on center through Cleat.


Certified per ANSI/SPRI ES-1 Standard to a design pressure of 90 lbs./ft2 (24GA Steel) and 75 lbs./ft2 (.040” AL) to comply with the International Building Code.


G. Metal Spring Tite Coping: Decorative metal Spring Tite Coping with continuous 22 Gauge Cleat. Cleat to be pre-punched by Drexel for precise attachment. 1.


Construction: a.


b.


Spring Tite Coping Material: 1) 2)


Spring Tite Coping Finish: 1)


2) 3)


c. d.


.040 inch (1 mm) thick formed aluminum. 24 gauge Galvalume coated steel.


Drexmet® 35 year color as selected by the Architect from Drexel’s color chart.


Drexlume® (Acrylic Coated Galvalume). Bare/Unpainted mill finish aluminum.


Spring Tite Coping Length: 1)


2) 3)


1.13 ACCESSORlES A.


B. Standard 10’-0”(3.048m), or up to 20’-0”(6.096m) maximum.


Spring Tite Coping Attachment: 1)


#10 Pancake Head Woodscrew Stainless Steel provided by Drexel attached to substrate at 12” on center through Cleat.


Certified 16” maximum width per ANSI/SPRI ES-1 Standard to a design pressure of 105 lbs./ft2 (24GA Steel) and 90 lbs./ft2 (.040” AL) to comply with the International Building Code.


Certified 20” maximum width per ANSI/SPRI ES-1 Standard to a design pressure of 90 lbs./ft2 (24GA Steel) and 75 lbs./ft2 (.040” AL) to comply with the International Building Code.


Miters, Termination Ends, and End Caps shall be fabricated by Drexel to suit the conditions indicated on the Shop Drawings.


Provide Drexmet fasteners consistent with manufacturer's instructions for each product that is suitable for the substrate to which it is being installed.


PART 3 EXECUTION 1.14 EXAMINATION A.


Do not begin installation until substrates have been properly prepared.


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