Cadence™ Non-Cyclonic

Western Sydney Airport Cadence

About Cadence™

With its elegant flat pans and ease of installation, Fielders® Cadence™ offers all of the aesthetic benefits of Fielders Prominence™ with additional structural capacities due to the clever concealed fix bracket fixings. These brackets enhance the profile's ability to deal with thermal expansion and contraction. Fielders Cadence™ is available in a 265mm and a 465mm wide panel.

As with all the profiles in the Fielders Finesse® range, Fielders Cadence™ is available in any COLORBOND® Steel colour you choose and looks particularly striking in a Metallic COLORBOND® Steel. Cadence™ is also available in 0.75mm steel and 0.9mm aluminium (subject to minimum order quantities). Contact your local Fielders representative for availability and further information.

Cadence™ is suitable for installation on traditional supporting substrates such as plywood and fibre cement panels, and now with comprehensive testing, can be offered on cost effective steel battens.

    

Material Specifications

Property265mm Pan Width
with 38mm rib
465mm Pan Width
with 38mm rib
Notes
Base Metal Thickness (mm)0.550.750.550.75BMT
Total Coated Thickness (mm)0.60*0.80*0.60*0.80*TCT
Mass / Unit LengthZINCALUME®1.832.412.753.61kg/m
COLORBOND®1.86*2.44*2.80*3.70*
Mass / Unit AreaZINCALUME®6.919.095.926.88kg/m2
COLORBOND®7.02*9.21*6.02*6.97*
Coverage265265465465mm
Minimum Yield StrengthG300300 MPA
Coating ClassAM100 - COLORBOND®
AM100 - COLORBOND® Metallic
AM125 - ZINCALUME®
AM150 - COLORBOND® Ultra
Minimum Coating g/m2 of Zinc -
Aluminium
ToleranceSheet length ±7mm
Cover width ± 4mm
Thermal Expansion2.9mm average per 5.0 metre
@ 50˚C change
Table CD MS NC 001 - CADENCE™ Non-Cyclonic
Notes:
  1. The COLORBOND® and ZINCALUME® material is in accordance to AS 1397, AS 1365 and AS 2728.
  2. Installation of the cladding should also be in accordance to AS 1562.1 and HB 39.
  3. *is based on Standard COLORBOND® single-sided material. For other painted steel options please contact a Fielders® representative.

Rainfall Capacity

For further information, please refer to sections “Rainfall Intensity” and “Water Carrying Capacity and Rainwater Run-Off”.

PROMINENCE™ NON-CYCLONIC Rainfall Capacity Figure PR RC NC (265) 001

Figure CD RC NC (265) 001

Maximum Roof Length (m) 265 Non-Cyclonic

Roof Slope
(degrees)
Rainfall Capacity (mm/hr)
100150200250300400500
31601078064534032
41801209072604536
519913310080665040
7.523815819995795948
10273182137109916855
Table CD RL NC (265) 001 - CADENCE™ Non-Cyclonic
Note:
  1. Minimum recommended slope is 3°. Sheet lengths greater than 15m are not recommended due to thermal expansion and contraction.

Wind Loading Design Parameters

 

Wind Pressure Capacity: 0.55mm BMT

PlywoodSteel Batten
Cover Width
(mm)
Serv. (kPa)Strength (kPa)Spacing (mm)Serv. (kPa)Strength (kPa)
2651.364.86001.364.08
9001.153.4
465*0.403.64500.403.6
Table CD WC NC 001 - CADENCE™ Non-Cyclonic
Note:
  1. *465mm wide CADENCE™; only recommended for walling applications.
  2. Serv. denotes serviceability
  3. Plywood capacities based on maximum support spacing of 600mm & maximum fastener spacing of 450mm (as per Figure PR ID NC 001). Capacities are based on 19mm F11 Structural CD Grade plywood for roofing applications and 15mm F11 Structural CD Grade Plywood for walling applications.
  4. Steel batten capacities based on maximum batten span of 1200mm and batten base metal thickness of 0.55mm.

 

Figure CD NC 001 End Spans, Internal Spans and Overhangs illustrates the terminology end spans, internal spans, and overhangs and their reference to the supporting substructure. This terminology has been used in the following Maximum Recommended Span and Wind Load Capacity tables.

PROMINENCE™ NON-CYCLONIC Figure PR NC 001 End Spans, Internal Spans and Overhangs

Figure CD NC 001 End Spans, Internal Spans and Overhangs

Figure CD ID NC 001 (Plywood)

Figure CD ID NC 002 (Steel Batten)

Figure CD ID LE 001

Figure CD ID LE 002

Figure CD ID LE 003

Figure CD ID LE 004

 

Non-Cyclonic Load Span Tables

The design pressures and allowable spans have been determined from tests carried out in accordance with the following Australian Standards: AS 1562.1:1992, "Design and installation of sheet roof and wall cladding - Metal" and AS 4040:1992, "Methods of testing sheet roof and wall cladding".

Maximum Recommended Roof Cladding Span

Cover
(mm)
Base Metal
Thickness (mm)
Single (mm)End (mm)Internal (mm)
2650.55600900900
0.7570010001000
Wind Loading Design Parameters
+
Design Life 50 years
Importance Level 2
Maximum Roof Height H = 10m
External Pressure Coefficients:
   Cp,e = -0.65 (walling)
   Cp,e = -0.9 (roofing)
Internal Pressure Coefficient:
   Cp,i = 0.2
Local Pressure Factors:
   Kl = 2.0 (end & single spans)
   Kl = 1.0 (internal spans)

Table CD RS NC 001 - CADENCE™ Non-Cyclonic
Notes:
  1. 465mm wide CADENCE™ is available for roofing applications when used in conjunction with plywood and fixed at 450mm c/c max.
  2. Max unstiffened overhang is 50mm for 0.55BMT and 100mm for 0.75BMT.

Maximum Recommended Wall Cladding Span

Cover
(mm)
Base Metal
Thickness (mm)
Single (mm)End (mm)Internal (mm)
2650.559009001200
0.75100010001300
4650.55450450450
0.75550550550
Wind Loading Design Parameters
+
Design Life 50 years
Importance Level 2
Maximum Roof Height H = 10m
External Pressure Coefficients:
   Cp,e = -0.65 (walling)
   Cp,e = -0.9 (roofing)
Internal Pressure Coefficient:
   Cp,i = 0.2
Local Pressure Factors:
   Kl = 2.0 (end & single spans)
   Kl = 1.0 (internal spans)

Table CD RS NC 002 - CADENCE™ Non-Cyclonic
Notes:
  1. Maximum walling spans comply with both strength and serviceability wind requirements.
  2. Minimum steel support 0.55mm BMT G550.

Installation

Cadence™ is affixed using concealed Stainless Steel brackets to either plywood or batten supports. This provides additional fixing security whilst allowing longer sheet lengths to expand and contract in accordance with thermal loads. See Figures PR ID NC 003-007.

Recommended Fasteners

SupportsRecommended Fastener
(without insulation)
Steel 1.5mm2 x 10g-16x16mm
Wafer Head Tek Screws
Plywood2 x 10g-12x25mm
Wafer Head Type 17 Screws
Timber2 x 10g-12x45mm
Wafer Head Type 17 Screws
Table CD RS NC 003 - CADENCE™ Non-Cyclonic

Installation Details

Refer to Prominence™ details for common Opening, Corner, Parapet and Toe mold, Ridge, Valley and Barge flashing details. https://specifying.fielders.com.au/finesse/finesse-non-cyclonic/prominence/#Installation_Details

 

Wall Layout — Vertical

Figure CD ID NC 010

Notes:
*For walling configurations plywood is optional. CADENCE™ can be fixed directly to the framing system provided fixings do not exceed those specified in Table PR RS NC 001 (closer spacings may be required in high wind zones, confirm with Fielders). In areas where impact of the material is possible, plywood is recommended to minimise damage to the profile.

Roofing Layout

Figure CD ID NC 011

Low Eave/Gutter

Figure CD ID NC 012

Typical Capping Without Gutter

Figure CD ID NC 013

Figure CD ID NC 014

Note:
Consider profiled close cell foam infill for high wind areas.

Foam Infills

Figure CD ID NC 037

Note:
80mm wide x 40mm high x 1.2m long closed cell foam infills maybe cut to size on site and installed under ridge and hip flashings should be considered for additional weather proofing in high wind areas.

Typical Apron Flashing to Wall

 

Figure CD ID NC 023

Typical Valley

Figure CD ID NC 024
PLAN VIEW

PROMINENCE™ NON-CYCLONIC Installation Details Typical Valley PLAN VIEW Figure PR ID NC 025

Figure CD ID NC 025

PROMINENCE™ NON-CYCLONIC Installation Details Typical Valley Figure PR ID NC 026

Figure CD ID NC 026

Typical Valley Over 7.5°

SUBSTRUCTURE: PLYWOOD

Figure CD ID NC 027
SUBSTRUCTURE: METAL BATTENS

Figure CD ID NC 028

Roof to Wall Connection Detail 1

Step 1 - Rib Caps Cut and Folded from Flat Sheet

Development of Cap on Flat Sheet

PROMINENCE™ NON-CYCLONIC Roof to Wall Connection Detail 1 Step 1 - Rib Caps Cut and Folded from Flat Sheet Figure PR ID NC 029

Figure CD ID NC 029
 

Step 2

PROMINENCE™ NON-CYCLONIC Roof to Wall Connection Detail 1 Step 2 Figure PR ID NC 030

Figure CD ID NC 030

Step 3

PROMINENCE™ NON-CYCLONIC Roof to Wall Connection Detail 1 Step 3 Figure PR ID NC 031

Figure CD ID NC 031

Roof to Wall Connection Detail 2

Step 1 

Figure CD ID NC 032
 

Step 2

Figure CD ID NC 033

Step 3

PROMINENCE™ NON-CYCLONIC Roof to Wall Connection Detail 2 Step 3 Figure PR ID NC 034

Figure CD ID NC 034

Installation Details: Typical Panel Turndown

  1. Panels requiring field hemmed ends should be fabricated 25mm longer than the finished panel length. Valley conditions must be field cut to the appropriate angle.
  2. Cut back panel joints 25mm.
  3. Place protruding pan into the panel hemming tool. The front edge of the tool must rest against the notched joint legs on both sides.
  4. While maintaining pressure against the panel joints, rotate the hemming tool as close to 90° as possible.
 
Figure CD ID NC 035

Installation Details: Typical Stop End

  1. Place pan into the panel stop end tool. The front edge of the tool must rest between the ribs.
  2. While maintaining pressure against the panel, rotate the stop end tool as close to 90° as possible.
  3. Inspect completed bend.

figure CD ID NC 036

Oil Canning

Oil canning is a characteristic of thin gauge cold formed metal products which is caused by internal stresses within the metal. There are many factors that influence the degree of oil canning and more information can be found here.

To assist in minimising the effects of oil canning in Cadence™ it is recommended that panel lengths are kept to under 12m. If longer lengths are required please discuss with Fielders.

For further information about Oil Canning, please refer to our Oil Canning reference page.

Insulation

Care needs to be taken when installing insulation with roof sheeting. When insulation thickness up to 50mm are installed the screws may need to be increased depending on the thickness and density of the insulation. When the screw is properly tightened into metal there should be a minimum of three (3) threads protruding past the support being fixed in to. For timber the screw must penetrate the timber.

When insulation is required in conjunction with Finesse® profiles, Fielders® recommend the use of a thermal spacer to help maintain Rw values as well as minimising any bulging in the the profile caused by the insulation.

Insulation blankets and batts can cause wide flat pan cladding to bow out between the supports, between fasteners along the support, or bow the pans. For insulation blankets and batts as well as more dense glass wool and rock wool, and thicker insulation, spacers are recommended.

PROMINENCE™ NON-CYCLONIC Insulation PR INS NC 001

CD INS NC 001

Note:
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