PBR Panel

PBR Panel
PBR Panel

Panel Features

  • Coverage Width
    36"
  • Rib Spacing
    12"
  • Rib Height
    1-1/4"
  • Min Slope
    1/2" : 12"
  • Panel Attachment
    Exposed Screws
  • Gauge
    29, 26, 24 & 22

Panel Specifications

PANEL TOLERANCES
PANEL GAUGE DESIGN THICKNESS
MINIMUM DELIVERED THICKNESS
29 0.0149 0.0142
26 0.0195 0.0185
24 0.0242 0.0230
22 0.0305 0.0290
Section Properties
NEGATIVE BENDING POSITIVE BENDING
PANEL GAUGE Fy
(KSI)
WEIGHT
(PSF)
Ixe
(IN.4/FT.)
Sxe
(IN.3/FT.)
Maxo
(KIP-IN./FT.)
Ixe
(IN.4/FT.)
Sxe
(IN.3/FT.)
Maxo
(KIP-IN./FT.)
29 60* 0.73 0.0260 0.0386 1.3880 0.0313 0.0312 1.1228
26 60* 0.95 0.0360 0.0512 1.8404 0.0477 0.0491 1.6612
24 50 1.18 0.0483 0.0649 1.9428 0.0647 0.0678 2.0300
22 50 1.49 0.0633 0.0825 2.4720 0.0833 0.0887 2.6560
*Fy is 80-ksi material reduced to 60-ksi in accordance with the 2007 edition of the North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members – A2.3.2.

Notes:

  • All calculations for the properties of PBR panels are calculated with the 2007 edition of the North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members.
  • All values are for one foot of panel width.
  • Ixe is for deflection determination.
  • Sxe is for bending.
  • Maxo is allowable bending Moment.
  • Positive Bending refers to compression above the x-axis, i.e. top of panel in compression.
  • Negative Bending refers to compression below the x-axis, i.e. bottom of panel in compression.
  • Panel weight is based on panel coverage width.
  • Panel gauge refers to the design and minimum delivered uncoated thicknesses noted in table below.
The Engineering data contained herein is for the express use of customers and design professionals. Along with this data, it is recommended that the design professional have a copy of the most current version of the North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members published by the American Iron and Steel Institute to facilitate design. This Specification contains the design criteria for cold-formed steel components. Along with the Specification, the designer should reference the most current building code applicable to the project jobsite in order to determine environmental loads. If further information or guidance regarding cold-formed design practices is desired, please contact the manufacturer.

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