Closure Strip: A strip, formed to the contour of ribbed panels and used to close openings created by ribbed panels joining other components, either made of resilient material or metal.
Eave: The line along the sidewall formed by the intersection of the planes of the roof and wall.
Gable: The triangular portion of the endwall from the level of the eave to the ridge of the roof.
Purlin: Hat Channel material attached horizontally across the roof section of the framing members to add structural support to roof coverings and carries loads to the primary framing members.
Girt Hat: Channel material attached across the legs of the frame to give strength to sheet metal when used in a vertical application on the sides of the building.
Drill Screw: Used anywhere you are attaching to framing members or hat channel
Stitch Screw: Used everywhere you join sheet metal to sheet metal or trim to sheet metal
Nailer Tube: 1-1/2” square tubing used to fir out the framing around doors & windows for attachment of metal siding on a vertically-sheeted building.
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