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HINDUSTAN PETROLEUM CORPORATION LIMITED

GURU GOBIND SINGH REFINERY PRODUCTS EVACUATION PROJECT (GGSRPEP)

SPECIFICATIONS FOR ROOFING AND SIDING WORK

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RAR UDB UDB UDB CHECKED AK AK 29/05/09 AK WORLEYPARSONS APPROVAL 26/05/09 DATE HPCL APPROVAL DATE 06/06/09

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SPECIFICATIONS FOR ROOFING AND SIDING WORK

1. SCOPE The work covered by this specification shall consist of installing roofing and providing all materials, labour and equipment necessary to complete the work in strict accordance with drawings.

2. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS 2.1 Codes & Standards

All work shall conform to the latest requirements of Indian Standards as listed below. IS 277-1992 IS 513-1994 IS 730-1978 IS 1728-1960 IS 2629-1985 IS 2858-1984 IS 3978- 1993 IS 6745-1972 IS 13229-1991 : : : : : : : : : Galvanized steel sheets (Plain and corrugated). Cold rolled low carbon steel sheets and strips. Hook bolts for corrugated sheet roofing. Specification for sheet metal rain water pipes upto 100mm Nominal size, gutters, fitting, accessories. Recommended Practice for hot dip galvanizing on iron and steel. Code of Practice for roofing with Mangalore tiles. Code of Practice for manufacture of burnt clay Mangalore pattern roofing tiles. Methods for determination of mass of zinc coating on zinc coated iron and steel articles. Zinc for galvanizing.

2.2 Other Standards / Specifications Specification for Structural Steel Work Conflict, if any, between this specification and related specifications, standards and documents shall be referred to the Engineer for resolution before proceeding with the work. 3. ROOFING 3.1 General

The roof slope shall be as specified and in general not pitched flatter then 1:6. Materials shall be supplied by approved manufacturer. The items supplied shall be free from cracks, chipped edges or corners or other damages. Storage and safety precautions shall be taken to avoid damage to the accessories.

3.2 Materials i. Corrugated GI Sheet, Ridges, Hips, Valleys, Flashings and Gullets

GI sheets shall be of specified thickness and of class-3 galvanized as per IS: 277 and shall be bent to the required shape and dimensions as per drawings without damaging the sheet in the process of bending
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ii.

Wind Ties

Wind ties of MS flats shall be of specified size subjected to minimum size of 40 mm x 6 mm. Corrugated Non Asbestos Cement (AC) Sheet Roofing/Cladding

iii. Asbestos Cement Sheets These shall be of specified thickness and as per IS:459 and shall be of approved brand.

iv. Ridges and Hips These shall be of the same thickness of CGl sheets as specified. The type of ridges shall be suitable to the type of sheets used and location.

v.

Other Accessories

Accessories such as flashing pieces, caves filler pieces, northlight and ventilator curves, barge boards etc. shall be of approved brand and shall be suitable to the location of items as specified. 3.3 Workmanship 3.3.1 Corrugated GI Sheet Roofing i. Spacing of Purlins

One Purlin (each) shall be provided at the ridge and the eaves. Spacing of the purlins shall be as specified. Purlins shall coincide with the centerline of the end lap. Ridge purlins shall be placed such that ridges can be placed properly. Portion overhanging the wall support should not be more than one-fourth the purlins spacing. ii. Finish for Purlins

The top surfaces of the purlins shall be painted before fixing the sheets and the embedded portion shall be finished with two coats of coal tar iii. Laying of Sheets Sheets shall be laid on the purlins to a true plane with the lines of corrugation truly parallel or normal to the sides of area to be covered unless otherwise specified. They shall be bent up along their side edges close to the wall and the junction shall be protected by flashing on projecting drip course as specified. iv. Laps End laps shall be 150 mm for 1:2 slope and 200 mm for flatter ones. Side lap shall be of two ridges
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of corrugations on each side, v. Cutting of sheet

Sheets shall be cut according to the dimensions and as specified as per drawings. Sheets shall be cut with a straight edge and chisel to give a straight finish. vi. Fixing of Sheets The sheets shall be fixed to the roof members with J or L polymer coated bolts, polymer cap, seal washer and thrust washer. The bolts shall be long enough to project at least 12 mm above the top of their nuts. The grip of J or L hook bolts on the side of purlins shall not be less than 25 mm. There shall be at least three hook bolts placed at the ridges of corrugations in each sheet in every purlin and their spacing shall not exceed 300 mm. Sheets shall be joined together at side laps by polymer coated bolts and nuts as specified, each bolt shall be with a polymer cap (grease filled) seal washer and polymer coated thrust washer. Bolt shall be placed zig zag on overlapping corrugations. The spacing of the beam bolts shall not exceed 600 mm in each of the staggered rows. vii. Holes Holes for all bolts shall be drilled in the ridges of the corrugations from the underside before placing in position. The holes in the sheet shall be at least 50 mm from the edge. These holes in the washers shall be of diameter of the hook bolts or the seam bolts. The nuts shall be tightened from above to give a leak proof roof. viii. Ridges and Hips The overlap for ridges and hips on either side of CGI sheet and end lees shall be at least 225 ruin, Ridges & hips shall be fixed to the purlins with polymer coated hook bolts, thrust washer and polymer cap. At least one of the fixing bolts shall pass through the end laps of ridges and hips on either side. If it is not possible extra hook bolts shall be provided. Each end lap of ridges and hips shall be joined together by at least galvanized iron seam bolts and GI washers. Ridges and hips shall fit squarely on the sheets ix. Valleys and Flashings The edge, wherever the roof sheeting or valley gutter is turned up against a wall shall be made weather proof with flashing. Flashing shall be bent to shape and fixed as specified. Lap over the sheet shall be minimum 150 mm. End laps between flashing sheets shall not be less than 225 mm. Flashing shall be inserted into brickwork or masonry joints to a depth of 50 mm and shall be filled with cement mortar (1:3). When flashing has to be laid at a slope, it shall be stepped at each course of masonry. The steps shall be cut back at an angle of at least 300. Valleys shall be bent to shape and shall have at least 225 mm end lap and projection on either side under CGI sheet. Valleys shall be fixed to the roof members below with polymer coated GI bolts, polymer cap, seal washer and polymer coated thrust washer. At least one fixing bolt shall pass through end laps of the valley piece.
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x.

Gutters

The longitudinal edges shall be turned back by 12 mm and heater) to form a rounded edge. The ends of the sheet at junctions of pieces shall be hooked into each other and beaten flush to avoid leakage. Gutters shall be laid to minimum 1:120 slope. Gutters shall be true to line and slope and shall be supported by brackets as specified. xi. Wind Ties Wind ties shall be of 40 mm x 6 mm flat iron section and other size as specified. These shall be fixed at the two eaves end of the sheet. Fixing shall be done with the same loose bolts, which secure sheets to the purlins. Slot holes shall be cut in the wind ties to allow for temperature variations. 3.3.2 Precoated Galvanised steel Sheet Roofing/Cladding i. Material

The base metal of the roofing shall be Cold Rolled Steel Sheet conforming to IS-513. It shall be galvanized by Hot-dip process as per IS-277. The bottom unexposed surface shall then be coated with alkyd backer of minimum 7 microns, Top exposed surface shall have epoxy primer of minimum 5 microns followed by polyester top coat of minimum 20 microns of specified colour. ii. Properties

The precoated galvanized steel standards

Pencil Hardness Formability Impact Resistance Salt spray test QUV-Wealterometer Test Humidity Test Temperature Resistance Fire performance

: : : : : : : :

H-2H 2-3 t 40/IB 750 hours 1000 hours 1000 hours 1500C Class - I

The free overhang of the sheets at the eaves shall be as per manufacturers catalogue. iii. Profile The profiles shall have a depth of not less than 30 mm and pitch of 198 mm. Overall sheet thickness shall be 0.60 mm minimum weight shall be 5.24 kg/Sq.M. iv. Accessories All roofing accessories like ridge, gutters, north light curves, lovers for roof monitors, etc. shall be fabricated out the approved pre-coated sheet as per drawing. Metallic Fasteners and Fixing accessories shall be corrosion proof. Non metallic fasteners shall be of neoprene. Sealants
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shall be neutral cure type and cold setting variety. 3.3.3 Precoated Galvalume Sheet Roofing/Cladding i. Material

The base metal of the roofing shall be Cold Rolled Steel ASTM A446 Grade E having yield stress of 550 MPa. The alloy coating comprises of 55% aluminum, 43.5% zinc and 1.5% silicon with coating class AZ 150 (150 gm/m2 minimum coating mass). Minimum Thickness of sheet shall be 0.5mm without coating and 0.58mm with coating. ii. Properties

The precoated galvanized steel standards

Pencil Hardness Formability Impact Resistance Salt spray test QUV-Wealterometer Test Humidity Test Temperature Resistance Fire performance

: : : : : : : :

H-2H 2-3 t 40/IB 750 hours 1000 hours 1000 hours 1500C Class - I

The free overhang of the sheets at the eaves shall be as per manufacturers catalogue. iii. Profile Cladding sheets shall have an effective cover width of 406mm with ribs of approximately 41mm height spaced at 203mm between rib centers. The sheets should be installed with compatible proprietary interlocking clips, which lock over the male rib. The clip should lock firmly into the underside of the center and female ribs and should be fastened to supports with wafer-head self drilling zinc coated fasteners. The clips shall be concealed and fasteners are to penetrate the cladding. iv. Accessories All roofing accessories like ridge, gutters, north light curves, lovers for roof monitors, etc. shall be fabricated out the same material as that of roof/ cladding. Metallic Fasteners and Fixing accessories shall be corrosion proof. Non metallic fasteners shall be of neoprene. Sealants shall be neutral cure type and cold setting variety. 4. MEASUREMENT OF WORK

Measurement shall be on covered area of sheet. Laps shall not be measured separately. Work shall be inclusive of providing accessories such as capping, flashing, ridge piece, fixing bolts, etc. Eaves/Ridge gutter & rain water pipes shall be paid separately.

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