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AS 1562.1:2018

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Design and installation of metal roof and wall cladding Metal

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This Standard sets out requirements for the design and installation of self-supporting metal roof and wall cladding, subjected to out-of-plane external actions and in-plane thermally induced actions, permanent actions on walls and steep roofs and frictional drag of wind and snow actions.

This Standard sets out requirements for the design and installation of self-supporting metal roof and wall cladding subjected to out-of-plane external actions and in-plane thermally induced actions, permanent actions on walls and steep roofs and frictional drag of wind and snow actions.NOTES: 1 The term ‘metal roof’ is considered to include metal tiles.2 Stressed-skin design (diaphragm action) is not covered in this Standard. Design and installation of cladding for stressed-skin buildings should be undertaken using relevant manuals such as EN 1993-1-3. Information on evaluating bracing capacity of cladding is given in Appendix E.3 Some of the design and testing provisions in this Standard may apply to metal faced structural insulated panels although some of the material specifications for these products are not covered in this Standard.

Committee
BD-014
DocumentType
Standard
ISBN
978-1-76072-008-7
Pages
30
PublisherName
Standards Australia
Status
Current
Supersedes

First published as part of AS CA42—1968.AS CA42 revised and redesignated AS 1562—1973.Second edition 1980.AS 1562—1973 revised and redesignated in part as AS 1562.1—1992.Second edition 2018. First published as part of AS CA42-1968. AS CA42 revised and redesignated AS 1562-1973. Second edition 1980. AS 1562-1973 revised and redesignated in part as AS 1562.1-1992. Second edition 2018.

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