Standing Seam Roofing & Cladding

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No.1 ARCHITECTURAL PANEL SYSTEMS

No 1 Roofing & Building Supplies are the premier manufacturer and stockist of Standing Seam Roofing and Cladding products, the lasted product release in the No.1 Architectural Panel Systems range.

The No1 Architectural Panel System range includes Standing Seam, Snap Lock, Interlocking Panels, and Nail Strip.

These standing seam panel system products are available from any of our stores across Sydney, and can be supplied in a variety of materials including Colorbond, Zincalume, Metallic, Ultra, Copper and Aluminium.

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STANDING SEAM

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No.1 Architectural STANDING SEAM - ROOFING & CLADDING

Standing Seam can be used for facade or roofing applications. With its thin rib and wide tray, it gives a modern appearance using concealed fixing and crimping techniques to lap panels along entire lengths.

No.1 Standing Seam Specifications Detail

Material Availability

  • VM Zinc, Rhine Zinc, Jarden Zinc (1.0mm BMT).
  • 0.55mm BMT Colorbond / Zincalume / Metallic / Ultra
  • 0.7mm BMT Copper
  • 0.7mm BMT Aluminium
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No.1 Architectural Standing Seam Roofing & Cladding Profile

Roofing & Cladding Joint Profile

Data Sheet (PDF) Download

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Installation

The support needs to be ventilated, rigid and continuous where all parts of the standing seam panels are laid. The plywood minimum thickness shall be 15mm for cladding and 18mm for roofing.

Standing Seam panels are fixed with steel clips every 600mm maximum centres. Fixed and sliding clips can be used to allow for expansion and contraction of material.

Clips are fixed with countersunk screws onto the timber supports. Each panel has a male and female rib.

The female rib is held in place by a clip. The male rib is placed over both the clip and female rib then crimped to create a sealed join. Material choice to be verified by client and installation must comply in accordance with the BCA.

No.1 Architectural Standing Seam Fixing Detail

Roofing & Cladding Fixing Detail

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Standing Seam Characteristics

standard module sizes

​25 x 330mm

25 x 530mm

38 x 300mm

38 x 500mm

Rib Height

25mm

25mm

38mm

38mm

Max Panel Length (Min - Max)

1 - 8 metres (can be longer depending on site limitations)

Application

New construction or renovation

Minimum Pitch Requirement

3 Degrees

*Custom widths available upon request.

*Dimensions are subject to -/+ 10mm tolerance.

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SNAP LOCK 

No.1 Architectual Panel System - SnapLock

No.1 Architectural SNAP LOCK - ROOFING & CLADDING

Snap Lock is a lightweight cladding system ideal for both roof and wall applications in commercial, industrial and residential environments. Its thin distinctive ribs and wide pans give it visual appeal.

Snap Lock looks similar to Standing seam without the need of crimping the joints due to the “snapping” process. Available in 25mm and 38mm ribs, Snap Lock can be manufactured in various widths to suit new construction or renovation projects.

No.1 SnapLock Specification Detail

Material Availability

  • VM Zinc, Rhine Zinc, Jarden Zinc Plus (0.7mm BMT).
  • 0.55mm BMT Colorbond / Zincalume / Metallic / Ultra
  • 0.7mm BMT Copper
  • 0.7mm BMT Aluminium
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No.1 Architectural SNAP LOCK Roofing & Cladding Profile

SnapLock Roofing & Cladding Profile

Data Sheet (PDF) Download

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Installation

The support needs to be ventilated, rigid and continuous where all parts of the standing seam panels are laid. The plywood minimum thickness shall be 15mm for cladding and 18mm for roofing.

The support needs to be ventilated, rigid and continuous where all parts of the Snap Lock panels are laid. The plywood minimum thickness shall be 15mm for cladding and 18mm for roofing. Snap Lock panels are laid directly over the ply substrate and held in place with a concealed clip.

Clips are fixed with countersunk screws onto the timber supports at maximum 600mm centres. Each panel has a male and female rib. The female rib is held in place by a clip.

The male rib is placed over both the clip and female rib. Material choice to be verified by client and installation must comply in accordance with the BCA.

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SNAPLOCK Characteristics

standard module sizes

​25 x 320mm

25 x 520mm

38 x 285mm

38 x 485mm

Rib Height

25mm

25mm

38mm

38mm

Max Panel Length (Min - Max)

1 - 8 metres (can be longer depending on site limitations)

Application

New construction or renovation

Minimum Pitch Requirement

3 Degrees

*Custom widths available upon request.

*Dimensions are subject to -/+ 10mm tolerance.

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INTERLOCKING PANELS

No.1 Architectual Panel System - Interlocking Panel

No.1 Architectural INTERLOCKING PANEL - WALL CLADDING

Interlocking panel is a contemporary looking wall cladding system installed with a ventilated air gap for external and internal applications.

The panels are connected by an interlocking groove giving it an elegant appearance of a recessed joint. The reveal panel can range from 200mm to 300mm in width and lengths up to 6.0 m

No.1 Interlocking Panel Specifications Detail

Material Availability

  • VM Zinc, Rhine Zinc, Jarden Zinc (1.0 mm BMT)
  • 0.55mm BMT Colorbond / Zincalume / Metallic / Ultra
  • 0.9mm BMT Copper
  • 0.9mm BMT Aluminium
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No.1 Architectural INTERLOCKING PANEL Wall Cladding Profile

Interlocking Panel Specifications Detail 2

Data Sheet (PDF) Download

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Installation

Interlocking panels are laid and fixed down on the grooved flange using concealed fasteners directly onto the batten. The panels are connected by inserting the male flange into the groove. The load bearing main structure can be a concrete wall, masonary wall or steel.

The batten can be either timber or metal. The battens shall be placed at right angles to the panels. The panels can be laid horizontally, vertically or diagonally. In the case of non vertical walls, a waterproof membrane must be installed behind the ventilation gap.

Material choice to be verified by client and installation must be in accordance with the BCA

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INTERLOCKING PANEL Characteristics

standard module sizes

​25 x 200mm

25 x 250mm

25 x 300mm

Maximum Batten Spans

800mm

700mm

600mm

Rib Height

25mm

25mm

25mm

Lengths (Min - Max)

0.5m to 6.0m (4m recommended)

Application

New construction or renovation on vertical walls

Joint Width (Shadow Line)

0mm to 25mm

*Custom widths available upon request.

*Dimensions are subject to -/+ 10mm tolerance.


NAIL STRIP

No.1 Architectual Panel System - Nail Strip

No.1 Architectural NAIL STRIP

The Nail Strip panel has a thin rib and wide tray with a perforated fixing strip along one side. There is no need for fixing clips or the additional operation of seaming.

This ensures speed and ease of installing panels whilst allowing for expansion and contraction. It can be used for vertical facade or roofing applications.

Available in 25mm and 38mm rib height, the Nail Strip comes in various widths and lengths to suit your project

The panels are connected by an interlocking groove giving it an elegant appearance of a recessed joint. The reveal panel can range from 200mm to 300mm in width and lengths up to 6.0 m

No.1 Nail Strip Specification Detail

Material Availability

  • VM Zinc, Rhine Zinc, Jarden Zinc - (0.7mm BMT)
  • 0.55mm BMT Colorbond / Zincalume / Metallic / Ultra
  • 0.7mm BMT Copper
  • 0.7mm BMT Aluminium
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No.1 Architectural NAIL STRIP Profile

No.1 Nail Strip Roofing & Cladding Profile
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Data Sheet (PDF) Download

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Installation

Supports needs to be ventilated, rigid and continuous where all parts of the Nail Strip panels are laid EXCEPT for 38mm x 265mm Colorbond/Zincalume/Metallic/Ultra which can be installed on a 40mm batten at maximum 600mm centres.

The plywood minimum thickness shall be 15mm. Nail Strip panels are laid and fixed directly to the plywood substrate along the perforated strip every 300mm with concealed screws or nails. The high rib is then placed over the low rib and snapped into place along the length of the panel.

Material choice to be verified by client and installation must be in accordance with the BCA.

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NAIL STRIP Characteristics

standard module sizes

​25 x 295mm

25 x 495mm

38 x 265mm

38 x 465mm

Rib Height

25mm

25mm

38mm

38mm

Lengths (Min - Max)

1m - 6m (4m recommended)

Application

New construction or renovation

Minimum Pitch Requirement

7.5 Degrees (3 Degrees with lap silicone seal)

*Custom widths available upon request.

*Dimensions are subject to -/+ 10mm tolerance.

Check out the full guide on all the different types of standing seam roofs...

SNAPLINE 45

Architectural Panels Snapline 45 in Colorbond 1

Architectural Panels Snapline 45 in Colorbond

No.1 Architectural SNAPLINE 45TM

Snapline 45TM is a modern, versatile roofing and wall cladding sheet. The profile has a deep rib height of 45mm and the cover width can be varied from 305 mm to 610 mm.

It is available in various materials such as Colorbond, Zincalume, Zinc, Copper, Aluminium and COR-TEN. This gives the designer and architect a wide choice of aesthetics to both roofing and walling.

The Snapline 45TM can be rolled on site with a mobile roll former in single, long lengths. Snapline 45TM has the feature of rolling stiffener ribs and clip relief (optional) into the pan for added rigidity and reducing any dimples that may be caused by the head of the screw with foot traffic pressure.

One of the main advantages of this profile is that it is a structural, self supporting profile that does not require continuous backing (subject to recommended spans and material tensile strengths).

Softer metals such as Zinc and Copper will still require plywood/continuous support under roofing applications.

Snapline 45 Specifications Detail

Material Availability

  • 0.55mm BMT Colorbond / Zincalume / Metallic / Ultra
  • 0.7mm BMT Copper
  • 0.7mm BMT Aluminium 
  • 0.7mm Ruukki COR-TEN 
  • 0.7mm Zintek Zinc, VMZinc, Rhein Zinc, Jarden Zinc
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No.1 Architectural Snapline 45

Architectural Cladding Panels

Data Sheet (PDF) Download

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Installation

Snapline 45TM sheets should be laid into the prevailing wind. For batten fixing, concealed fixing clips hook over the small rib of the sheet, then fixed down onto the supports within the maximum span recommendations with 10 gauge countersunk screws.

The larger rib on the preceding roof sheet is then snapped and locked down over the small rib and clip. The edges of the sheets should be fixed for strength and spanning capability.

For optimum finish and softer metals, Snapline 45TM should be installed on a plywood substrate. The support needs to be ventilated, rigid and continuous where all parts of the panels are laid. The plywood minimum thickness shall be 15mm for cladding and 18mm for roofing.

Panels are fixed with concealed clips every 900mm maximum centres. Clips are fixed with 10 gauge countersunk screws onto the timber supports. The small rib is held in place by the clip.

The larger rib is placed over both the clip and small rib then snapped down to create a sealed join. Material choice to be verified by client and installation must comply in accordance with the BCA. Testing to AS1562.1, AS4040.1 and AS4040.2 is currently underway and literature will be made available once complete.

Although all care is taken in the creation of this document it is only for the purpose of providing information on available profiles. We strongly recommend you discuss your project with us before selecting these products.

SnapLine 45 Cladding
SnapLine 45 Roofing & Cladding

SNAP LINE 45TM Characteristics

standard module sizes

​45 x 305mm

45 x 445mm

Rib Height

45mm

Lengths (Min - Max)

0.3-15 metres (can be longer depending on site limitations and material choice)

Application

Roofing & Walling for new construction or renovations

Minimum Pitch Requirement

1 Degree

Maximum Spans

Roofing 0.55 BMT Colorbond (mm)

Walling 0.55 BMT Colorbond (mm)

End Spans

600mm

1800mm

Internal Spans

900mm

1800mm

* Custom widths available upon request.

* Dimensions are subject to -/+ 5mm tolerance

Check out the full guide on all the different types of standing seam roofs...


PROJECT PORTFOLIO

No.1 Roofing & DCN Developments - Architectural Panels

Congratulations DCN Developments on your Interlocking Panel project in Homebush.

The facade of the apartment block look amazing and is a standout in the area.

​No 1 Roofing & Building Supplies were proud and pleased to have supplied the Interlocking Panels as a wall feature at the entry of the building.

The Colorbond Faćade was certainly a great choice in colour.​






No.1 Roofing & GMA Building - Nail Strip

Congratulations to GMA Building on your Nail Strip Standing Seam project in Randwick.

An amazing project by GMA Building in Randwick.

No 1 Roofing & Building Supplies were proud to supply the Nailstrip Facade Panels and Opening Louvre System.





STANDING SEAM ROOFING TOOLS

Standing seam panel installation require some specialised tools including machine tools and some specialised hand tools.

No 1 Roofing carries a huge range of standing seam metal roofing tools ​including:

TINMAN’S MALLET
TWIN SQUARE SEAM FOLDER
BENDER 4 ROLLS - TOOL TO MAKE FOLDS, COUNTERFOLDS, RAISED AREAS ON SHEETS
CLINCHING PLIERS - BENT OF 45° - 100 MM

No.1 ARCHITECTURAL PANEL SYSTEMS

No 1 Roofing & Building Supplies are a leading supplier of all Standing Seam Wall Cladding and Roofing products and are able to supply in a range of the most popular profiles to all our Sydney customers.