Specifications for Canopies

Product Description

The covered walkway/canopy system can be supplied in two distinctive designs. First is a system in which the structural framing is below the panels, the second system framing is above.
The panel support framing will be nominal 14 gauge with prime painted structural tube columns.
Panels shall be a maximum 16” wide with interlocking side ribs. The interlocking ribs shall be a minimum 3” high and turned upward.

Canopy Panels

Canopy panels, fluted or flush, shall be a nominal 24 gauge galvanized steel conforming to ASTM A653 specifications with the galvanized coating conforming to G90 standards. Minimum yield strength of panel material shall be 50,000 psi for flush panels and 40,000 psi for fluted panels. The finish surface of the panel shall receive factory, roller applied, paint coats having a combined coating thickness of .8 to 1.2 mils of dry film thickness of white siliconized polyester formulation. Flush panels are also available in zinc/aluminum coated steel.

Attachment

Depending on design, top mounted panels shall be secured to the supporting structure with corrosion resistant fasteners with weather-tight washers where exposed to the elements. Underhung panels are attached with 3/8” corrosion resistant nuts and bolts.

Options

Fascia system consisting of nominal 18 gauge G90 galvanized steel framing and nominal 24 gauge embossed fascia panels running vertical or horizontal.
Flush fascia panels are available in bronze or white and fluted fascia panels are available in seven standard colors.
Gutter and downspout systems are available, as well as special flashings.

Design Criteria

Parkline walkways and canopies are designed by registered professional engineers in accordance with the applicable sections of the latest edition of the AISC “Specification for Structural Steel Buildings” and the AISI “Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members”.
The loads are distributed and applied in accordance with the applicable edition of the Metal Building Manufacturers Association (MBMA) publication titled “Metal Building Systems Manual” or your state local building codes.