b'Note: Serviceability Limit State (SLS) wind 2.3.2 COMMERCIAL WIND TABLE - AS/NZS 1170.2 WIND LOADS pressures are limited to +1 kPa, -1.5 kPa for V2.2.1/FV1.1 WeatherproofingExtend fastenerDesign Wind Pressure (Ultimate) kPalength when packingMaximumMaximum intermediate Stud & Nogging Frame distance exceeds theFastener Studfastener spacing (mm)following Spacing300 200 15045 x600 1.5* 1.5* 1.5*2.5mmPaslode ND50 SS MGP10 Timber Min- Product Code:450 2 3.5 3.5imumDirect to frame RingB20054A & B20665400 2.5 4 5Shank(Brad & Fuel pack)Nail300 3.5 5 7Buildex Treated Pine 10g600 1.5* 1.5*MGP10 Timber Min- 8x50mm Countersunk Rib450 1 1.5 2imum10mm Head Screw 400 1 2 2.5Product Code: X503298 300 1.5 2.5 3.5600 1.5* 1.5* 1.5*0.55mm/G550 Steel SCROOZ 8g x 42mm FibreFix450 2 3.5 3.5Minimum Thickness20mm Cement Board Screw Product Code: FFSC0842T 400 2.5 3.5 5300 3.5 5 7Iccons SD CSK COARSE C3600 1.5* 1.5* 1.5*0.75mm/G550 Steel10-16 X 40mm screw450 2 3 3.5Minimum Thickness 12mm Product Code: 400 2 3 4.5SDCSC1040C3 300 3 4.5 6600 1 1.5*0.75mm/G550 SteelIccons SD CSK Wing Cs 10- 450 1 1.5 2Minimum Thickness 20mm 16 x 45mm screw Product Code: TP723 400 1 1.5 2.5300 1.5 2.5 3*Reduce to 1 kPa for Weathergroove 75mm & FusionFastener & Wind Table Requirements and RecommendationsWind classification results have been conducted allowing for maximum packing distances specified in the tables. The fastener length must be increased to accommodate for the thickness of larger battens and/or additional packing materials to ensure the same penetration into the structural subframe.The above tables are relevant for on & off stud joining methods for timber frames, and on stud applications for steel frames. Off-stud applications on steel frames are only permitted when steel nogging is a structural element. The spans of the cladding panels shall be continuous spans of 2 spans or greater. Simply supported spans are not permitted.Span/150 serviceability limit state deflection criteria. All fasteners must be galvanised or suitably coated to resist corrosion for external application (Australian Standard AS 3566, Class 3 for screws). When installed in high corrosion zones such as coastal locations, fasteners (nails and screws) must be made of materials appropriate to the desired life of the system and geographical location. Stainless Steel Nails and Class 4 Screws may be necessary in these zones. The advice of the fastener supplier should be sought.Bradnails are not recommended for use on Smooth profiles as they may create an undesirable surface finish. Bradnails are an excellent choice for use with Woodsman and Ruff-Sawn textures.For Natural range use stainless steel fasteners only.Whenusingcountersunkscrews,thesemaybeNails must be finishedcountersunk 2mm below the board surface and filledflushtotheboard withahighqualityproprietarygrade,acrylic-basedsurfaceandnot flexible paintable filler. Non-flexible epoxy based fillersbepunchedand are not suitable and may crack and fail with movementfilled.Punchingwill of construction components. If using a smart-bit stylesignificantlyreduce countersinking tool; the gauge of the screw must matchthe holding capacity the gauge of the tool to prevent movement issues. Screwofthefastenerand holes should be spray primed after screwing. Filler shoulddamage the integrity be sanded and area re-primed prior to painting. of the board surface.Weathertex 23'