Used to simulate the appearance of raised rolled lead joints, also provides expansion. The trim should be nailed to the deck at 300mm centres. The joints and nail penetrations should be bandaged before the laminate is laid over the top of the trim. Ensure that the laminate is well consolidated over the top of the trim. The trim is compatible with C6 closures.
G180 & E280 Expansion Joint/Ridge Roll
The G180 is used to allow for expansion on large roofs (over 50m*) it also acts as an integral gutter to aid drainage. The decking should be cut to allow for an adequate gap in which to insert the trim and the flanges of the trim should be parallel with the decking. The trim should then be nailed to the decking. The trim edges should then be bandaged and the laminate should be applied over the trim. E280 is used to create both expansion joints on large roofs (over 50m*) and create rolls on any ridge details. It is compatible with C5 closures. An adequate gap in the deck should be cut if necessary, the trim should then be nailed to each end of the decking at 300mm centres. The join over the nails should then be bandaged and the laminate can be applied over the trim. To bond these trims together, or to cap with C% closures, apply a thin strip of PU adhesive e to the inside edge of the overlapping trim and rub into place.
S500 – Soffit Trim
The S500 is used as a fascia trim for concrete roofing or any similar application which requires an over-sized soffit trim. A support batten should be attached to the wall beneath the structure. The trim should be nailed to the decking at 300mm centres and then the underside should be nailed to the batten. The join between where the nails penetrate the trim and the decking should be bandaged over, the laminate can then be applied to the roof and should overlap the edge of the bandage. The laminate should not extend onto the fascia of the trim.