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product-craftsmanHB

  • Description
  • Advantages & Attributes
  • Craftsman™ HB – Properties

The Craftsman™ Series is a snap-on batten roof system, available in small, large and high battens: small (SB), large (LB) and high batten (HB). The pan and batten are manufactured separately to maximize design flexibility and for ease of installation at difficult hip, valley and slope change conditions.

Gauge
  • 24 gauge (standard)
  • 22 gauge optional
  • 26 gauge optional

 

Length
  • Maximum 40′ (standard), other lengths are available as special requests

 

Dimensions
  • 12″ wide either 1″ or 2″ high
  • 16½” wide either 1″ or 2″ high

 

Finish
  • Galvalume® (standard)
  • Signature® 200
  • Signature® 300
Limitations
  • Minimum Slope – 3:12

 

Fasteners
  • SH Clip (concealed fastening system)

 

Usage
  • The Craftsman™ Series is a water-shedding system and can be used for roofs and mansard only when installed over a water-proofed solid substructure with a minimum roof slope of 3:12. The Craftsman™ Series design makes complicated building transitions simple without the necessity of flashings. Slope changes from roof to fascia to soffit can be made with one continuous pan and batten. A concealed clip securely locks the batten to the panel while allowing for expansion and contraction.

Advantages & Attributes

  1. Snap-On Batten Roof System
  2. Variable Panel Width
    • 12″
    • 16½”
  3. Variable Batten Width & Height
    • ⅜ X 2
  4. Requires Solid Substrate
    • Plywood / OSB
    • Lt. Wt. Concrete
    • Steel Decking
  5. Excellent in difficult installations
    • Hip
    • Valley
    • Slope Changes
  6. Complicated Roof Slope Transitions
    • Roof to Fascia to Soffit with Continuous Batten
  7. Min. Roof Slope 3:12
  8. Concealed clip allows for Expansion & Contraction

12″ Craftsman™ HB 22 Gauge – Negative Design Loads

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22 GAUGE
SPAN TYPE 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00
1592 LOAD 260.00 222.30 187.20 154.70 124.80
DESIGN LOAD 130.00 111.15 93.60 77.35 62.40

12″ Craftsman™ HB 24 Gauge – Negative Design Loads

24 GAUGE
SPAN TYPE 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00
1592 LOAD 213.00 194.28 166.40 129.38 83.20
DESIGN LOAD 106.50 97.14 83.20 64.69 41.60

12″ Craftsman™ HB 26 Gauge – Negative Design Loads

26 GAUGE
SPAN TYPE 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00
1592 LOAD 192.40 172.25 145.60 112.45 72.80
DESIGN LOAD 96.20 86.13 72.80 56.23 36.40

 

Notes:
  1. The above loads were derived from uplift tests done in accordance with ASTM E-1592.
  2. All values are interpolated from tests performed at spans of 1′-0″, 2′-0″ and 3′-0″.
  3. Test results are highlighted.
  4. Design Load contains a 2.00 factor of safety.
  5. These values do not consider fastener pullout or pullover, clip attachment must be designed separately.
  6. This material is subject to change without notice. Please contact Robertson for most current data.

16.5″ Craftsman™ HB 22 Gauge – Negative Design Loads

drawing_craftsmanHB16

22 GAUGE
SPAN TYPE 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00
1592 LOAD 161.20 143.65 124.80 104.65 83.20
DESIGN LOAD 80.60 71.83 62.40 52.33 41.60

16.5″ Craftsman™ HB 24 Gauge – Negative Design Loads

24 GAUGE
SPAN TYPE 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00
1592 LOAD 135.20 122.20 104.00 80.60 52.00
DESIGN LOAD 67.60 61.10 52.00 40.30 26.00

 

Notes:
  1. The above loads were derived from uplift tests done in accordance with ASTM E-1592.
  2. All values are interpolated from tests performed at spans of 1′-0″, 2′-0″ and 3′-0″.
  3. Test results are highlighted.
  4. Design Load contains a 2.00 factor of safety.
  5. These values do not consider fastener pullout or pullover, clip attachment must be designed separately.
  6. This material is subject to change without notice. Please contact Robertson for most current data.