The architectural solution to comply with Part J of the BCA is now available for use in cyclonic regions.
Roof Rack® is the safe and trusted choice when it comes to selecting a spacer for use in cyclonic regions. Roof Rack® has successfully passed Cyclic LHL Testing at the Eng Test facility through the University of Adelaide: School of Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering, in accordance with the following requirements:
• Building Code of Australia, BCA Volume 1 — BCA 2011, Section B Structures, Specification B1.2 Design of Buildings in Cyclonic Areas.
• AS4040.0:1992 Methods of testing sheet roof and wall cladding — Part O: Introduction, list of methods and general requirements.
• AS4040.3:1992 Methods of testing sheet roof and wall cladding — Method 3: Resistance to wind and pressures for cyclone regions.
Roof Rack® meets the stringent BCA 2011 ‘Cyclonic’ design requirements for both concealed lip and pierce fixed roofing systems.