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Roofing and Walling

Roofing and Walling


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Introduction
Tata BlueScope Steel is an equal joint venture between
Tata Steel and BlueScope Steel in the field of coated steel,
steel building solutions and related building products.
The Company operates in the South Asian Association for
Regional Cooperation (SAARC) region.
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Introduction
Tata BlueScope Steel is an equal joint venture between
Tata Steel and BlueScope Steel in the field of coated steel,
steel building solutions and related building products.
The Company operates in the South Asian Association for
Regional Cooperation (SAARC) region.
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Profiles
DURASHINE Roof
Effective Cover Width 1015 mm
Overall Width 1072 mm
Smart appearance with subtle square
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fluting
Unique anti-capillary side lap makes it
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leak proof
DURASHINE Wall
Widely used profile
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Wall panels can be installed in
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horizontal as well as vertical direction
Always look for Tata BlueScope Steel brand on backside of the sheet
Effective Cover Width 1110 mm
Overall Width 1150 mm
Colour Range
Standard Colours
Satin Silver* Bright Green
Nuvo Blue Asian White Castle Red
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DURASHINE Roof
Total Coated Thickness (mm) 0.45
2440(8ft), 3050(10ft),
Sheet length* (mm) 3660(12ft), 4270(14ft),
and 4880(16ft)
Effective cover width (mm) Nominal 1015
Overall width (mm) Nominal 1072
Min. Roof Slope (Degree) 3
Maximum Support Spacing (mm)*
Type of Span Roof Wall
Single Span 950 1700
End Span 1200 2450
Internal Span 1750 2850
* Sheet length in feet is approximate value
Maximum Support Spacing (mm)*
Type of Span Wall
Single Span 1150
End Span 1500
Internal Span 1650
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DURASHINE Wall
Total Coated Thickness (mm) 0.45
2440(8ft), 3050(10ft),
Sheet length* (mm) 3660(12ft), 4270(14ft),
and 4880(16ft)
Effective cover width (mm) Nominal 1110
Overall width (mm) Nominal 1150
* Sheet length in feet is approximate value
Better Corrosion Resistance
Better Thermal Efficiency
High Strength
Easy Installation
Long Lasting
Aesthetically pleasing
* Terms and conditions applicable
* Terms and conditions applicable
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Profiles
DURASHINE Roof
Effective Cover Width 1015 mm
Overall Width 1072 mm
Smart appearance with subtle square
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fluting
Unique anti-capillary side lap makes it
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leak proof
DURASHINE Wall
Widely used profile
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Wall panels can be installed in
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horizontal as well as vertical direction
Always look for Tata BlueScope Steel brand on backside of the sheet
Effective Cover Width 1110 mm
Overall Width 1150 mm
Colour Range
Standard Colours
Satin Silver* Bright Green
Nuvo Blue Asian White Castle Red
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DURASHINE Roof
Total Coated Thickness (mm) 0.45
2440(8ft), 3050(10ft),
Sheet length* (mm) 3660(12ft), 4270(14ft),
and 4880(16ft)
Effective cover width (mm) Nominal 1015
Overall width (mm) Nominal 1072
Min. Roof Slope (Degree) 3
Maximum Support Spacing (mm)*
Type of Span Roof Wall
Single Span 950 1700
End Span 1200 2450
Internal Span 1750 2850
* Sheet length in feet is approximate value
Maximum Support Spacing (mm)*
Type of Span Wall
Single Span 1150
End Span 1500
Internal Span 1650
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DURASHINE Wall
Total Coated Thickness (mm) 0.45
2440(8ft), 3050(10ft),
Sheet length* (mm) 3660(12ft), 4270(14ft),
and 4880(16ft)
Effective cover width (mm) Nominal 1110
Overall width (mm) Nominal 1150
* Sheet length in feet is approximate value
Better Corrosion Resistance
Better Thermal Efficiency
High Strength
Easy Installation
Long Lasting
Aesthetically pleasing
* Terms and conditions applicable
* Terms and conditions applicable
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Wider valley for higher water discharge
Anti-capillary groove system
Key Features Benefits of Colour Coated Sheets
Attributes
Zinc- Aluminium alloy coating and superior
Long Lasting paint system gives longer product life over pre-painted
galvanised steel
Zinc- Aluminium alloy coating provides excellent
Corrosion Resistance corrosion resistance compared to galvanised steel and
maintains aesthetic beauty for many years
Longer span and wider spreads ensures freedom in
High Strength
design. Light weight makes it easy to handle and lowers
foundation cost
Zinc- Aluminium alloy coating ensures high heat
Better Thermal Efficiency reflectivity thereby making colour coated sheets an
energy efficient solution
Wider profile makes it easier to cover larger area in
Easy Installation shortest time. Simple and low cost fixing ensures cost
effective installation
l Anti-capillary groove ensures leak-proof roof
l Minimum yield strength of 550 Mpa ensures
required strength for roofing application
l Accurate thickness, width and length helps
give the perfect fit for any roof
l Wider valley ensures higher water discharge
in case of heavy rains
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Key Features of DURASHINE Roof
Benefits of Colour Coated Sheets
Benefits
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Key Features of DURASHINE Wall
l Attractive multi-ribbed profile
l Covers very wide surface area
l Quick and easy to install
l Available in attractive range of colours
l Strong profile to withstand high wind pressure
l Suitable for wall cladding in industrial,
commercial and residential buildings, as well
as for garages, screens and fascias
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Wider valley for higher water discharge
Anti-capillary groove system
Key Features Benefits of Colour Coated Sheets
Attributes
Zinc- Aluminium alloy coating and superior
Long Lasting paint system gives longer product life over pre-painted
galvanised steel
Zinc- Aluminium alloy coating provides excellent
Corrosion Resistance corrosion resistance compared to galvanised steel and
maintains aesthetic beauty for many years
Longer span and wider spreads ensures freedom in
High Strength
design. Light weight makes it easy to handle and lowers
foundation cost
Zinc- Aluminium alloy coating ensures high heat
Better Thermal Efficiency reflectivity thereby making colour coated sheets an
energy efficient solution
Wider profile makes it easier to cover larger area in
Easy Installation shortest time. Simple and low cost fixing ensures cost
effective installation
l Anti-capillary groove ensures leak-proof roof
l Minimum yield strength of 550 Mpa ensures
required strength for roofing application
l Accurate thickness, width and length helps
give the perfect fit for any roof
l Wider valley ensures higher water discharge
in case of heavy rains
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Key Features of DURASHINE Roof
Benefits of Colour Coated Sheets
Benefits
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Key Features of DURASHINE Wall
l Attractive multi-ribbed profile
l Covers very wide surface area
l Quick and easy to install
l Available in attractive range of colours
l Strong profile to withstand high wind pressure
l Suitable for wall cladding in industrial,
commercial and residential buildings, as well
as for garages, screens and fascias
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Ridge Caps are available in similar colours as
that of profile sheets.
It is recommended to cut or notch the ridge
panel's lips on both sides at the profile rib
location. It provides positive seal against dust,
insects, windswept rain and free embers from
entering through rib cavities.
Ridge Caps
Use recommended fasteners only. Poor quality
fasteners can damage the sheets in the long run
as corrosion of the components may get
transferred to colour coated metal sheets.
Fasteners
Applications Standard Ridge-caps and Fasteners
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Ridge Caps are available in similar colours as
that of profile sheets.
It is recommended to cut or notch the ridge
panel's lips on both sides at the profile rib
location. It provides positive seal against dust,
insects, windswept rain and free embers from
entering through rib cavities.
Ridge Caps
Use recommended fasteners only. Poor quality
fasteners can damage the sheets in the long run
as corrosion of the components may get
transferred to colour coated metal sheets.
Fasteners
Applications Standard Ridge-caps and Fasteners
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Dos for Material Storage Don'ts for Material Storage
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Store indoor and away from access to open
areas. If left in the open, protect them with
waterproof covers.
If material is not required for immediate
use, stack them neatly and clear off the
ground. Maintain a clear gap of 30cm
between sheet package and ground.
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Store off the ground and with a minimum 50
slope (1:10) so that if rain penetrates the
covering, water will drain away and not form a
water pond.
Inspect the storage site regularly to ensure
that moisture has not penetrated the stock.
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If stacked or bundled product becomes wet,
separate it without delay, wipe it with a clean
cloth and stack it to dry thoroughly.
The sheet should be kept gently to ensure
that it is not damaged.
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Use a spreader bar for long sheets. For small
to medium size projects, without mechanical
handling facilities, you can unload sheets by
hand and pass them up to the roof one at a
time.
Use Personal Protective Equipments such as
clean hand gloves & closed shoes while
lifting.
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Don't keep heavy material on stacked sheets
to avoid damages.
Don't place sheets vertically without proper
support.
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Don't use metal chain for lifting sheets.
Don't store material on walking path. Sheet
moving path should be clear and no
movement of people should be permitted in
the path.
O Don't slide sheets over rough surfaces or over
each other. Always carry tools, don't drag
them.
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Don't keep sheets in direct contact with soil.
Don't let the surface get wet.
Store indoors Store under cover
Store at a slope Inspect regularly
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Dos for Material Storage Don'ts for Material Storage
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Store indoor and away from access to open
areas. If left in the open, protect them with
waterproof covers.
If material is not required for immediate
use, stack them neatly and clear off the
ground. Maintain a clear gap of 30cm
between sheet package and ground.
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Store off the ground and with a minimum 50
slope (1:10) so that if rain penetrates the
covering, water will drain away and not form a
water pond.
Inspect the storage site regularly to ensure
that moisture has not penetrated the stock.
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If stacked or bundled product becomes wet,
separate it without delay, wipe it with a clean
cloth and stack it to dry thoroughly.
The sheet should be kept gently to ensure
that it is not damaged.
P
P
Use a spreader bar for long sheets. For small
to medium size projects, without mechanical
handling facilities, you can unload sheets by
hand and pass them up to the roof one at a
time.
Use Personal Protective Equipments such as
clean hand gloves & closed shoes while
lifting.
O
O
Don't keep heavy material on stacked sheets
to avoid damages.
Don't place sheets vertically without proper
support.
O
O
Don't use metal chain for lifting sheets.
Don't store material on walking path. Sheet
moving path should be clear and no
movement of people should be permitted in
the path.
O Don't slide sheets over rough surfaces or over
each other. Always carry tools, don't drag
them.
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Don't keep sheets in direct contact with soil.
Don't let the surface get wet.
Store indoors Store under cover
Store at a slope Inspect regularly
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Dos for Installation Don'ts for Installation
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Use recommended Personal Protective
Equipment (helmet, goggles, shoes, hand
gloves & high visibility vests) while handling
and installing the sheets.
Always wear smooth soft-soled shoes.
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Cut materials on the ground and not on other
material where hot particles can fall and
cause damage to the finish of the sheet.
Remove all metal scrap, drill particles, pop
rivet mandrels and excess fasteners from the
roof to avoid rust stains.
P Use a power saw with a metal-cutting blade to
cut thin metals. This results in fewer hot metal
particles and leaves less resultant burr than a
carborundum disc.
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Always place roof screws through the crests.
For walling, screws can be either crest or
valley fixed.
Use recommended screw / fasteners with
EPDM rubber sealing washers.
O Don't keep colour coated sheets in contact
with cement, dirt and chemicals like paint
and thinner.
O Don't install the roof sheeting during rains,
sheets get wet and slippery.
O Don't use stainless steel screws, J hook and
carbon washer as they may damage the
sheet.
O Don't overdrive or under drive the screw as it
can lead to water leakage or washer
damage.
Underdriven Correctly
driven
Overdriven
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Dos for Installation Don'ts for Installation
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Use recommended Personal Protective
Equipment (helmet, goggles, shoes, hand
gloves & high visibility vests) while handling
and installing the sheets.
Always wear smooth soft-soled shoes.
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Cut materials on the ground and not on other
material where hot particles can fall and
cause damage to the finish of the sheet.
Remove all metal scrap, drill particles, pop
rivet mandrels and excess fasteners from the
roof to avoid rust stains.
P Use a power saw with a metal-cutting blade to
cut thin metals. This results in fewer hot metal
particles and leaves less resultant burr than a
carborundum disc.
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Always place roof screws through the crests.
For walling, screws can be either crest or
valley fixed.
Use recommended screw / fasteners with
EPDM rubber sealing washers.
O Don't keep colour coated sheets in contact
with cement, dirt and chemicals like paint
and thinner.
O Don't install the roof sheeting during rains,
sheets get wet and slippery.
O Don't use stainless steel screws, J hook and
carbon washer as they may damage the
sheet.
O Don't overdrive or under drive the screw as it
can lead to water leakage or washer
damage.
Underdriven Correctly
driven
Overdriven
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Dos for Installation
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Don'ts for Installation
P The groove portion should be on the inner
side. The air gap on the left ensures that water
does not travel upwards.
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Structurals like tubes, HSS, angles and
channels (except Zinc coated supporting
structures) should be painted before fixing the
sheets.
Use neutral cure silicone rubber sealants.
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Clean the roof with clean water or mild
detergent by using soft cloth, mop or soft
nylon bristle brush to avoid swarf stains and
rusts.
Use chalk line and fix the screw directly on the
supporting members.
P Generally, keep your weight evenly
distributed over the soles of both feet to avoid
concentrating your weight on either heels or
toes.
O The groove portion should not be on the
outer side. Improper contacts makes the roof
vulnerable to water leakages.
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Don't leave metal articles on the roof.
Don't throw bird feed on the sheet. Bird-
dropping can damage the colour &
aesthetics of the sheet.
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Don't use acetic acid based sealants which
liberate aggressive by-products during
curing which is detrimental to steel sheets.
Never use abrasive or solvent type cleaners
and wire brushes, steel wool, sponge
scourers to clean the roof sheet as it softens
the paint film.
O Don't walk on single rib, sheet, end laps
gutter and skylight sheets.
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Dos for Installation
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Don'ts for Installation
P The groove portion should be on the inner
side. The air gap on the left ensures that water
does not travel upwards.
P
P
Structurals like tubes, HSS, angles and
channels (except Zinc coated supporting
structures) should be painted before fixing the
sheets.
Use neutral cure silicone rubber sealants.
P
P
Clean the roof with clean water or mild
detergent by using soft cloth, mop or soft
nylon bristle brush to avoid swarf stains and
rusts.
Use chalk line and fix the screw directly on the
supporting members.
P Generally, keep your weight evenly
distributed over the soles of both feet to avoid
concentrating your weight on either heels or
toes.
O The groove portion should not be on the
outer side. Improper contacts makes the roof
vulnerable to water leakages.
O
O
Don't leave metal articles on the roof.
Don't throw bird feed on the sheet. Bird-
dropping can damage the colour &
aesthetics of the sheet.
O
O
Don't use acetic acid based sealants which
liberate aggressive by-products during
curing which is detrimental to steel sheets.
Never use abrasive or solvent type cleaners
and wire brushes, steel wool, sponge
scourers to clean the roof sheet as it softens
the paint film.
O Don't walk on single rib, sheet, end laps
gutter and skylight sheets.
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Tata BlueScope Steel Limited
The Metropolitan, Final Plot No. 27, Survey No.21,
Wakdewadi, Shivaji Nagar, Pune - 411005. India.
Tel: +9120 6621 8000 Fax: +91 20 6621 8001
Website: www.tatabluescopesteel.com
Email: durashine@tatabluescopesteel.com
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