Cutting: Panels can be
cut using power or hand saws. Saw blades should be
fine-toothed carbide tipped or safety fabric reinforced
abrasive disc. Face shields and appropriate safety equipment
should be worn by all operators.
panels should be pre-drilled not less than 1-1/2'' from
the panel end, and the holes drilled a minimum of 1/16''
larger than the fastener diameter. Panels can be drilled
singly or several at a time.
possible, fasteners should be installed at high points
of the corrugation with spacings of 6'' to 8'' on center
at panel ends, and 12'' to 16'' on center for
intermediate purlins and siding applications.
Installation: UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES
SHOULD PANELS BE ALLOWED TO SUPPORT
UNDISTRIBUTED LOADS SUCH AS THE WEIGHT OF A
HUMAN BODY. USE ONLY APPROVED ROOF LADDERS FOR