Screw Patterns – Roof & PBR-Panel36”Bottom Edge Screw Pattern – apply to every profile except for MD36 (1 screw beside every rib)High wind or Low pitch l roof and wall sheeting requires ¾ to screw to either ¾ plywood or 1x4 standard spruce strapping.Vapor barrier is recommended. (15 lb. felt or Feltex)29ga 24”oc strapping (max 30” span between strapping)26ga 48”oc strapping (max 48” span between strapping)TR36, MD36 and TSM32 is not recommended to be installed below a 2/12 pitchPage 1

Starting Panel403-279-2766PrgilinaevdinWSmall TabClosureStack sheets for one side. Pre-drill sheets with 3/16 hole as per screw pattern. Drill no more than 25 sheets atone time. Starting the gable end away from the prevailing wind, set first panel. Alignment is critical. The firstpanel determines the alignment of all remaining panels on the roof. Small tab closure should be placed underthe panel at the eave as the panels are installed. Make sure to screw through the closure.Fastener depth chartCorrectSealing matl. slightly visibleat edge of metal washer.Assembly is water tight.Too looseSealing matl. not visible, notenough compression to sealproperly.Page 2Too tightSealing matl. Extrudedbeyond edge of washer.

Gable Trim403-279-2766Butyl TapeMiter gabletrim at peak3”GabletrimAlways start gable trim at eave and work towards ridge. End lap gable trim a minimum of 3 inches. Butyl tapeshould be placed between the gable trim and the roof panel. Attach the gable trim to the roof panel with panelfasteners located 24 inches apart. Miter gable trim at peak of roof as required. Attach gable trim to fascia withpanel fasteners every 24 inches.Page 3

Ridge Cap403-279-2766Ridge cap should be end lapped 6 inches at each end. Place large tabclosure between the ridge cap and the roof panels. Attach ridge cap torib of roof panel with screws on every rib along both sides of rib. Makesure to screw through closures.Large TabClosureRidgeCapRoofPanelPage 4

Hip Conditions403-279-2766RoofpanelsUniversal closureRidge capAlways start ridge cap at eave and work towards top ridge. End lap ridge a minimum of 6 inches. Cut roofpanels on angle as necessary. Universal closure should be placed between ridge cap and roof panels. Attachridge cap to roof panel rib using screws at each panel rib.Page 5

W-Valley Applications403-279-2766Ice & WatershieldEmseal12”3”(Make sure to screwthrough the Emseal)W-ValleyFlashingEaveflashingAlways start w-valley at eave and work towards ridge. Temporarily secure valley in place with small nails or flatscrews. End lap w-valley a minimum of 12 inches. Cut roof panels on angle as necessary. Emseal closureshould be placed under roof panels. Install fasteners on center on both sides of valley through panel andclosure 3 inches back from edge of cut metal.Page 6

Side and Front Wall Flashing403-279-2766BuildingwallInstall roof panel up to side wall of building.Butyl side wall flashing and install.4.5”1”3”Butyl tape.5”BuildingwallFront wallflashingGabletrim4.5”5”.5”Large tabclosureEaveflashingInstall roof panels. Install gable trims. Place largetab closure and install front wall flashings. Screwto ribs and make sure to screw through the closures.Page 7

Endwall Flashing403-279-2766Gable TrimEndwallFlashingLarge tab4.5”closure3.5”.5”.5”.5”Large tabclosureEaveFlashingInstall metal roof. Install endwall flashing at top where roof ends. Make sure to screw through the closures.Page 8

Flared Gable Emseal (Screw through closure)3”3”Small tab closureInstall flared gable flashing. Keep metal roofing back 3 inches. Install emseal closure 3 inches back from metalroofing. Make sure to screw through the closure.Page 9

Transition Flashing403-279-2766TransitionFlashing12”Gable Trim4.5”Upper RoofPanels.5”TransitionFlashingGable TrimSmall TabClosureLarge TabClosureEaveFlashingLower RoofPanelsTransition flashing should be used when the roof panels change pitch. Place thetransition flashing over the lower roof panels. Large tab closure or universal closureshould be placed between the lower roof panels and the transition flashing. Use screwsto attach the transition flashing to the ribs of the lower roof panels. Install the upperroof panels over the transition flashing placing small tab closure or universal closurebetween the two. Attach the bottom edge of the upper roof with panel fasteners similarto the eave installation. Make sure to screw through the closures.Page 10

Hip Flashing403-279-2766HipFlashingUpperRoof Panels12”4.5”.5”HipFlashingGable TrimSmall TabClosureLowerRoof PanelsLarge TabClosureHip flashing should be used when the roof panels change pitch. Place the hip flashing over the lower roofpanels. Large tab closure or universal closure should be placed between the lower roof panels and the hipflashing. Use screws to attach the hip flashing to the ribs of the lower roof panels. Install the upper roof panelsover the hip flashing placing small tab closure or universal closure between the two. Attach the bottom edgeof the upper roof with panel fasteners similar to the eave installation. Make sure to screw through the closures.Page 11

Master Flash403-279-2766SELECT and TRIM.Choose appropriate Master Flash with opening at least 20% smaller than pipediameter. If necessary trim opening to 20% smaller than pipe diameter.SLIDE.Slide Master Flash down over pipe. (A non-petroleum base lubricant will easeinstallation.)FORM.Press Master Flash down, bending it to conform to roof profile or roofirregularities. A blunt tool will help press flashing into tight roof angles.SEAL.Apply sealant between base and roof.FASTEN.Use fasteners to complete sealing. For UPC installation, fastener spacing maynot exceed 1-1/2" (38mm).Page 12

Skylight / Chimney403-279-2766Cut opening in roof panel. At bottom of opening slit panels orcut and endlap roof panels. Cut, notch and bend skylight trim asrequired (see example). Use emseal or caulk to seal between roofpanel and skylight trim.Cut and slitpanel as shownslopeCut, notch and foldtrim as shownBackpanSmall tabclosureButylSidewallButylLarge tabclosureslopePage 13

Chimney with cricket403-279-2766CricketMetalworks Canada recommends that a cricket be built up slope of large chimneys to prevent snow build upand water ponding. Cover the cricket with roll valley or flatstock and flash to chimney with skylight trim oruniversal sidewall and universal endwall flashing.Page 14

End lap condition / Cutting of panels403-279-2766Panels should be end lapped a minimum of 6 inches. End laps should never be run in a continuous line.Stagger end laps at least 1 foot apart.Jobsite cutting of panels if required may be done with either nibblers or shears. If extensive cutting is involvedthe use of a circular saw equipped with a steel cutting blade is recommended. Cut panels with bottom side up.Be sure to remove the metal filing immediately.ButylTapePage 15

Roof Pitch403-279-2766Recommended minimum roof slope for TR-36is 2:12. It must be applied at any end lapconditions and at all side lap conditions under4/12 pitch.(Keep butyl tapeback 3 inches.screw throughthe closure)6”Butyl tape3”slopePage 16

Side Elevation With Overhang403-279-2766Metal RoofSheetSmall TabClosure(Screw through closure)1” Outside cornerside elevationoff wallsWallCladdingBaseFlashingPage-Buildings A

Side Elevation WithoutOverhang On Eaves403-279-2766Metal RoofSheetSmall TabClosure(Screw through closure)2” ingGableTrimGable ElevationWithout ashingPage Buildings-B