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LYSAGHT FLATDEK® is screw fixed in the pans as a screw through the ribs will damage the rib at the sides and result in holes for water to enter.

Because LYSAGHT FLATDEK® is pan fixed it is recommended that it be used in open sided awnings where a high degree of weather tightness is not required.

The LYSAGHT NOVALINE® Fascia system has one style clip that can be used in all applicatons. This bracket is attached with 2 (minimum) screws to the base of the truss. The positioning of the bracket can vary depending on the soffit line and the roof. The recess lip on the bottom of the actual fascia carries the soffit between the fascia and the external lining of the building. The top of the fascia does not carry the roof. It generally sits 20mm below the roof underside of the roof line. Spacing of clips for sheet roofs to be 1200mm maximum, and 600mm for tile roofs.

See full Install LYSAGHT NOVALINE® fascia installation instructions for more detail

It is necessary for every rib of LYSAGHT TRIMDEK® to be screw fastened to the support.

The LYSAGHT® mobile rollformer arrives on site staffed to suit the particular requirements of the job as they were identified by an initial site visit.

Subject to site restrictions our mobile mill has a rated capacity of 30 metres per minute.

With much less handling involved from rollformer to roof when it happens onsite we're confident you'll be impressed with the product quality.

Due to the capability of rolling directly to roof, taking into consideration the environment and layout of the site, we are confident we can roll any length you require.

As most job sites stop work due to bad weather, we would abide by this rule.

By involving us early in the design process we can schedule our mobile rollformer to meet your requirements.

While the mobile machine is focused on the production of lengths that are beyond the capability of our numerous stationery rollformers, shorter lengths for sites are also available in conjunction with longer lengths.

Yes, this varies with each job's specifics, however we're confident that when you weigh against potential cost savings in other areas you'll appreciate the advantages.

We have a spreader bar that extends up to 72 metres. Lengths above this will require rolling to roof.

We carry out site inspections for most jobs, but there must be firm level ground and a minimum length of whatever sheet size you require plus 25 metres for the unit and its prime mover. You also need to allow for an adjacent storage area 7 metres wide by the length of your required sheets when the cladding is rollformed to the ground.

Deal through your normal Lysaght sales channel and we'll take it from there.

In most cases none! We will provide all labour required to produce the KLIP-LOK 700 HI-STRENGTH® sheets. A team of installers are required to apply the roof sheeting. Talk to your Lysaght representative for project specific cases.

In some states of Australia, steel roofing falls under the category of plumbing, which can only be performed by a licensed contractor. Please refer to your local authority for advice relevant to your state.

It is not recommended to unclip LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK® 406 once the cladding is installed. Unclipping can damage the clips, cladding or metallic coating on the cladding. It is difficult to assess how LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK® 406 will perform after such damage.

No, the mobile rollformer is self powered and designed to work in most conditions without the need to plug in to secondary power.

The special locating tabs on the spacer bar of the LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK 700 HI-STRENGTH® clip can be flattened easily to allow adjustment during installation.

No. We do not recommend LYSAGHT MULTICLAD® for roofing purposes. Try our roofing profiles for other suggestions. However this product is commonly used as an overall cladding for trailers, portable buildings, and the like.

It is good practice to only walk in the pans, however at supports only it is safe to stand on the ribs.

LYSAGHT SPANDEK® can be sprung curved. The sheets are delivered in straight lengths but curved as they are installed onto the supports, to form a curved roof. See our manual on how to Install LYSAGHT® Steel Roofing & Walling for more details.

No, we recommend LYSAGHT CUSTOM ORB®, in 0.42mm or 0.48mm base metal thickness (BMT) for roofing purposes. LYSAGHT CUSTOM BLUE ORB®, 0.6mm BMT can also be used for curved roofing. LYSAGHT WALLCLAD® is available in a 0.55mm base metal thickness (BMT). Bluescope Lysaght recommends 0.42mm BMT as a minimum for roofing purposes. LYSAGHT CUSTOM ORB® is our equivalent corrogated profile for roofing, which is available as 0.42mm and 0.48mm BMT. LYSAGHT CUSTOM BLUE ORB® in 0.6mm BMT can also be used for curved roofing.

LYSAGHT TRIMWALL® is available in a 0.35mm base metal thickness (BMT). For roofing products we recommended using 0.42mm or 0.48 BMT our roofing equivelent for TRIMWALL® is TRIMDEK®

Yes. However, specific fixing requirements will need to be met. Please contact us for more information.

Yes, it can. This means the support spacings can be increased. Please contact us for more information.

Yes, though for detailed availability you should refer to your local Lysaght branch or distributor. Generally it is sold as stock lengths of 7500mm. Please contact us for more information.