1600 Sloped Glazing - Architectural Detail Manual

1600 Sloped Glazing
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Features
• Easily integrates with 1600 Wall Systems
• Flush grid exterior has a 2-1/2" (63.5) sightline
• Rafter are available in 3-1/8" (79.4), 4-3/4" (120.7) and 6" (152.4) depths
• Accepts 3/16" (4.8) to 1-5/16" (33.3) thick glazing material
• Silicone Glazed option for purlins is standard
• Stick system is fully factory fabricated for quality control
• Corner and Splayed application available
• Two color option
• PermandonicTM anodized finishes in seven choices
• Painted finishes in standard and custom choices
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the selection of product configurations, operating hardware, or glazing materials,
and assumes no responsibility therefor.
Optional Features
• Heavyweight purlins available
• 8-5/8" (219.1) rafter available for long spans
Product Applications
• Slope Glazing integrated with vertical Curtain Wall
• Slopes terminating on a parapet wall or curb
• Slopes applied to a grid subframe
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FEATURES
For specific product applications,
Consult your Kawneer representative.
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INDEX
PICTORIAL VIEW/GENERAL INFORMATION.................................... 4
CONSTRUCTION DETAILS..............................................................5, 6
SLOPE APPLIED TO STEEL GRID..................................................... 7
SLOPE APPLIED TO CORNERS........................................................ 8
STRUCTURAL CHARTS................................................................ 9-13
THERMAL CHARTS..................................................................... 14-22
LAWS AND BUILDING AND SAFETY CODES GOVERNING THE DESIGN AND USE OF GLAZED
ENTRANCE, WINDOW, AND CURTAIN WALL PRODUCTS VARY WIDELY. KAWNEER DOES NOT
CONTROL THE SELECTION OF PRODUCT CONFIGURATIONS, OPERATING
HARDWARE, OR GLAZING MATERIALS, AND ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY THEREFOR.
Metric (S1) conversion figures are included throughout these details for reference.
Numbers in parentheses (
) are millimeters unless otherwise noted.
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entrance, window, and curtain wall products vary widely. Kawneer does not control
the selection of product configurations, operating hardware, or glazing materials,
and assumes no responsibility therefor.
Architects – Most extrusion and window types illustrated in this catalog are standard products for Kawneer. These concepts have been expanded
and modified to afford you design freedom. Some miscellaneous details are nonstandard and are intended to demonstrate how the system can be
modified to expand design flexibility. Please contact your Kawneer representative for further assistance.
The following metric (S1 ) units are found in these details:
m –meter
cm – centimeter
mm –millimeter
s –second
Pa –pascal
MPa –megapascal
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PICTORIAL VIEW / GENERAL INFORMATION
APPLICATION
Degree of slope is figured from the horizontal plane. Permitted slope angles are 15° to 60° inclusive.
GLAZING
The system is designed to accept infills of 3/16" to 1-5/16", made of either glass or polycarbonate materials. When plexiglass or lexan
type glazing is used, manufacturers guidelines for glazing material, and maximum size must be consulted. Other infill thicknesses are
possible but must be reviewed with your Kawneer representative.
COVER
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PRESSURE
PLATE
PURLIN
PVC THERMAL
BREAK
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DEGREE OF SLOPE
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entrance, window, and curtain wall products vary widely. Kawneer does not control
the selection of product configurations, operating hardware, or glazing materials,
and assumes no responsibility therefor.
1600 S.G. is designed to accommodate three primary configurations. 1) Slopes integrated with vertical 1600 Wall. 2) Slopes terminating
on a curb or parapet wall, 3) Slopes applied to steel grid or part of a sloped roof. Outside or Inside corners may be adapted to the first
two configurations.
Standard members are shown in this section. Their use will result in the most economic application of the system. Deviations from the
standard are possible but should be reviewed with your Kawneer representative.
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3A
3B
3A
3B
3C
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ELEVATION
SECTION
SEE "1600 WALL"
FOR DETAILS OF
VERTICAL WALL
ELEVATION
1" GLAZING SHOWN, 3/16" TO 1-5/16"
GLAZING AVAILABLE.
4-3/4" SYSTEM SHOWN, 3-1/8" AND 6"
SYSTEMS AVAILABLE.
SECTION
3C
OPTIONAL
CAPTURED
PURLIN
02
4200
ADJUSTABLE
HEAD
2
STRUCTURAL SILICONE
GLAZED PURLIN
3A
02
4200
79
4200
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3C
3B
4
94
ADJUSTABLE EAVE
15° TO 60° INCLUSIVE
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OPTIONAL
HEAVYWEIGHT
PURLIN
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sill gutter
1
1" glazing shown
3/16" to 1-5/16" AVAILABLE
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BRAKE CLOSURE
ADJUSTABLE EAVE
15° TO 60° INCLUSIVE
(FOR 4-3/4 RAFTER)
ADJUSTABLE EAVE
15° TO 60° INCLUSIVE
(FOR 6" RAFTER)
RAFTERS
5
6
5
420005
420030
420005
420030
420091
420090
420091
420090
1/4"
1"
1/4"
1"
NOTE: Optional 8-5/8" rafter is also available. See structural charts for capabilities.
purlins
STRUCTURAL SILICONE GLAZED PURLINS
/2"
2-1 .5)
(63
1/4"
1"
1/4"
1"
NOTE: Optional heavyweight purlin for 1" infill (420094) is also available. See structural charts for capabilities.
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6"
(152.4)
4-3/4"
(120.7)
2-1/2"
(63.5)
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SLOPE APPLIED TO STEEL GRID
SCALE 3" = 1'0"
420027
INTERIOR
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STEEL AT LONG
SPAN OPENING
LONG SPAN APPLIED TO STRUCTURAL GRID
420028
INTERIOR
420028
1/4" (6.4) GLAZING
4200
77
1" (25.4) GLAZING
4200
79
7
SCALE 3" = 1'0"
ELEVATION
PLAN
1/4" INFILL
INSIDE CORNER
PLAN
NOTE: ANGLES ARE VARIABLE AND ARE
ACCOMPLISHED BY USE OF BRAKE
FILLER INSERTS.
NOTE: FOR CONDITIONS NOT SHOWN
CONSULT YOUR KAWNEER
REPRESENTATIVE.
OUTSIDE CORNER
HIP RAFTER
1" INFILL
1/4" INFILL
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VALLEY RAFTER
1" INFILL
ELEVATION
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STRUCTURAL CHARTS
CHARTS ARE FOR RAFTERS WITH S.S.G. PURLINS 1" INFILL
THE INTERSECTION OF RAFTER LENGTH AND RAFTER
CENTERS REPRESENTS THE MAXIMUM COMBINED LOAD
FOR THE SECTIONS SHOWN ADJACENT TO THE CHARTS.
CONSULT A KAWNEER REPRESENTATIVE.
RAFTER CENTERS (IN METERS)
.5
20
1
2
1.5
5.5
2
1.5
16
15
A
5
B
4.5
C
4
14
13
D
12
3.5
E
11
F
10
B
18
420030
420090
I= 5.854 (244 X 10 )
S= 2.151 (5.62 X 103)
I= 12.621 (.525 X 10 )
S= 3.724 (61.0 X 103)
4
4
3
RAFTER LENGTH (IN FEET)
17
6
19
RAFTER LENGTH (IN METERS)
18
17
5.5
C
16
5
D
15
4.5
E
14
F
13
4
12
3.5
11
10
9
2.5
8
7
2
3
4
5
6
7
2.5
8
2
1
3
9
420079
420079
8
I= .232 (.965 X 10 )
S= .343 (5.62 X 103)
7
I= .232 (.965 X 10 )
S= .343 (5.62 X 103)
5
RAFTER CENTERS (IN FEET)
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RAFTER CENTERS (IN FEET)
RAFTER CENTERS (IN METERS)
.5
25
1
B
2
1.5
A
A = 20 (960 Pa)
B = 30 (1440 Pa)
C = 40 (1920 Pa)
D = 50 (2400 Pa)
E = 70 (3360 Pa)
F = 90 (4310 Pa)
7.5
24
7
C
RAFTER LENGTH (IN FEET)
6.5
D
21
20
6
E
19
18
5.5
F
17
5
16
15
4.5
RAFTER LENGTH (IN METERS)
23
22
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A
20
19
6
.5
21
6
RAFTER LENGTH (IN METERS)
RAFTER CENTERS (IN METERS)
RAFTER LENGTH (IN FEET)
Laws and building and safety codes governing the design and use of glazed
entrance, window, and curtain wall products vary widely. Kawneer does not control
the selection of product configurations, operating hardware, or glazing materials,
and assumes no responsibility therefor.
Mullions are designed for deflection limitations in accordance with AAMA TIR-A11 of L/175 up to 13'-6" and L/240 +1/4" above 13'-6". These curves
are for mullions WITH HORIZONTALS and are based on engineering calculations for stress and deflection. Allowable wind load stress for ALUMINUM
15,152 psi (104MPa), STEEL 30,000 psi (207MPa.). Charted curves, in all cases are for the limiting value. If the design wind load is determined through
the analytical procedures of ASCE/SEI 7-10 or earlier editions, the load shall be based on the nominal loads used in allowable stress design. A 4/3
increase in allowable stress has not been used to develop these curves. For special situations not covered by these curves, contact your Kawneer
representative for additional information.
420092
I= 33.319 (1387 X 104)
S= 7.086 (116.1 X 103)
14
4
13
12
11
3.5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RAFTER CENTERS (IN FEET)
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I= .232 (.965 X 105)
S= .343 (5.62 X 103)
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CHARTS ARE FOR RAFTERS WITH S.S.G. PURLINS 1" INFILL
THE INTERSECTION OF RAFTER LENGTH AND RAFTER
CENTERS REPRESENTS THE MAXIMUM COMBINED LOAD
FOR THE SECTIONS SHOWN ADJACENT TO THE CHARTS.
CONSULT A KAWNEER REPRESENTATIVE.
RAFTER CENTERS (IN METERS)
2
1.5
18
4
D
12
3.5
E
11
F
10
3
9
420030
420090
I= 5.854 (244 X 104)
S= 2.151 (35.2X 103)
I= 12.621 (525 X 104)
S = 3.724 (61. 0 X 103)
RAFTER LENGTH (IN FEET)
C
5.5
C
5
16
D
15
4.5
E
14
F
13
4
12
3.5
11
10
2.5
8
3
9
7
2.5
8
2
6
2
3
4
5
6
7
7
420094
420094
I= 1.027 (42.7 X 104)
S= 0.811 (13.3 X 103)
I= 1.027 (42.7 X 104)
S= 0.811 (13.3 X 103)
6
8
RAFTER CENTERS (IN FEET)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RAFTER CENTERS (IN FEET)
RAFTER CENTERS (IN METERS)
.5
24
1
B
23
2
1.5
A = 20 (960 Pa)
B = 30 (1440 Pa)
C = 40 (1920 Pa)
D = 50 (2400 Pa)
E = 70 (3360 Pa)
F = 90 (4310 Pa)
A
C
7
D
6.5
22
21
20
6
E
19
18
5.5
F
17
5
16
15
4.5
14
420092
I= 33.319 (1387 X 104)
S = 7.086 (116.1 X 103)
4
13
12
3.5
11
10
RAFTER LENGTH (IN METERS)
1
RAFTER LENGTH (IN FEET)
RAFTER LENGTH (IN FEET)
4.5
B
13
6
B
17
RAFTER LENGTH (IN METERS)
5
16
14
2
1.5
18
A
15
1
A
19
17
5
.5
20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
420094
8
RAFTER CENTERS (IN FEET)
I = 1.027 (61.0 X 103)
S = 0.811 (13.3 X 103)
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RAFTER LENGTH (IN METERS)
RAFTER CENTERS (IN METERS)
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entrance, window, and curtain wall products vary widely. Kawneer does not control
the selection of product configurations, operating hardware, or glazing materials,
and assumes no responsibility therefor.
Mullions are designed for deflection limitations in accordance with AAMA TIR-A11 of L/175 up to 13'-6" and L/240 +1/4" above 13'-6". These curves
are for mullions WITH HORIZONTALS and are based on engineering calculations for stress and deflection. Allowable wind load stress for ALUMINUM
15,152 psi (104MPa), STEEL 30,000 psi (207MPa.). Charted curves, in all cases are for the limiting value. If the design wind load is determined through
the analytical procedures of ASCE/SEI 7-10 or earlier editions, the load shall be based on the nominal loads used in allowable stress design. A 4/3
increase in allowable stress has not been used to develop these curves. For special situations not covered by these curves, contact your Kawneer
representative for additional information.
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STRUCTURAL CHARTS
CHARTS ARE FOR RAFTERS WITH CAPTURED PURLINS 1" INFILL
THE INTERSECTION OF RAFTER LENGTH AND RAFTER
CENTERS REPRESENTS THE MAXIMUM COMBINED LOAD
FOR THE SECTIONS SHOWN ADJACENT TO THE CHARTS.
CONSULT A KAWNEER REPRESENTATIVE.
RAFTER CENTERS (IN METERS)
.5
20
1
2
1.5
19
5.5
2
1.5
15
14
5
B
4.5
C
13
4
D
12
11
E
10
F
3.5
3
420030
420090
I= 5.854 (244 X 104)
S= 2.151 (35. X 103)
I= 12.621 (525 X 104)
S= 3.724 (61.0 X 103)
RAFTER LENGTH (IN FEET)
16
A
B
5.5
18
RAFTER LENGTH (IN METERS)
17
6
19
17
C
16
D
15
5
4.5
E
14
F
13
4
12
3.5
11
10
9
2.5
8
7
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2.5
8
420002
420002
I= 1.025 (42.7 X 104)
S= 0.620 (1.02 X 104)
I= 1.025 (42.7 X 104)
S= 0.620 (1.02 X 104)
2
1
3
9
RAFTER CENTERS (IN FEET)
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RAFTER CENTERS (IN FEET)
RAFTER CENTERS (IN METERS)
.5
1
B
24
23
2
1.5
A
C
7
D
6.5
RAFTER LENGTH (IN FEET)
22
21
20
6
E
19
18
A = 20 (960 Pa)
B = 30 (1440 Pa)
C = 40 (1920 Pa)
D = 50 (2400 Pa)
E = 70 (3360 Pa)
F = 90 (4310 Pa)
7.5
5.5
F
17
5
16
15
4.5
RAFTER LENGTH (IN METERS)
25
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A
20
18
6
.5
21
6
RAFTER LENGTH (IN METERS)
RAFTER CENTERS (IN METERS)
RAFTER LENGTH (IN FEET)
Laws and building and safety codes governing the design and use of glazed
entrance, window, and curtain wall products vary widely. Kawneer does not control
the selection of product configurations, operating hardware, or glazing materials,
and assumes no responsibility therefor.
Mullions are designed for deflection limitations in accordance with AAMA TIR-A11 of L/175 up to 13'-6" and L/240 +1/4" above 13'-6". These curves
are for mullions WITH HORIZONTALS and are based on engineering calculations for stress and deflection. Allowable wind load stress for ALUMINUM
15,152 psi (104MPa), STEEL 30,000 psi (207MPa.). Charted curves, in all cases are for the limiting value. If the design wind load is determined through
the analytical procedures of ASCE/SEI 7-10 or earlier editions, the load shall be based on the nominal loads used in allowable stress design. A 4/3
increase in allowable stress has not been used to develop these curves. For special situations not covered by these curves, contact your Kawneer
representative for additional information.
420092
I= 33.319 (1387 X 104)
S= 7.086 (116.1 X 103)
14
4
13
12
11
3.5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RAFTER CENTERS (IN FEET)
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I= 1.025 (42.7 X 105)
S= 0.620 (1.02 X 104)
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CHARTS ARE FOR RAFTERS WITH S.S.G. PURLINS 1/4" INFILL
THE INTERSECTION OF RAFTER LENGTH AND RAFTER
CENTERS REPRESENTS THE MAXIMUM COMBINED LOAD
FOR THE SECTIONS SHOWN ADJACENT TO THE CHARTS.
CONSULT A KAWNEER REPRESENTATIVE.
RAFTER CENTERS (IN METERS)
2
1.5
5.5
2
1.5
5
16
15
B
14
C
13
4.5
4
D
12
E
11
3.5
F
10
420005
420091
I= 6.533 (272 X 104)
S= 2.455 (40.2X 103)
I= 13.579 (565 X 104)
S= 1.060 (66.5 X 103)
RAFTER LENGTH (IN FEET)
A
17
6
19
RAFTER LENGTH (IN METERS)
18
B
5.5
18
17
C
16
D
5
15
4.5
E
14
F
13
4
12
3.5
11
3
10
9
2.5
8
7
2
3
4
5
6
7
420077
I= .739 (3.08 X 105)
S= .710 (1.16 X 104)
I= .739 (3.08 X 105)
S= .710 (1.16 X 104)
7
8
RAFTER CENTERS (IN FEET)
2.5
8
420077
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RAFTER CENTERS (IN FEET)
RAFTER CENTERS (IN METERS)
.5
25
1
2
1.5
A
B
C
23
22
7
D
6.5
21
20
E
6
F
5.5
19
18
A = 20 (960 Pa)
B = 30 (1440 Pa)
C = 40 (1920 Pa)
D = 50 (2400 Pa)
E = 70 (3360 Pa)
F = 90 (4310 Pa)
7.5
24
17
5
16
15
RAFTER LENGTH (IN METERS)
1
3
9
2
RAFTER LENGTH (IN FEET)
RAFTER LENGTH (IN FEET)
1
A
20
19
6
.5
21
6
420093
I= 33.851 (1492 X 104)
S= 7.791 (127.7 X 103)
4.5
14
4
13
12
11
3.5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RAFTER CENTERS (IN FEET)
420077
I= .739 (3.07 X 105)
S= .710 (1.16 X 104)
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RAFTER LENGTH (IN METERS)
RAFTER CENTERS (IN METERS)
Laws and building and safety codes governing the design and use of glazed
entrance, window, and curtain wall products vary widely. Kawneer does not control
the selection of product configurations, operating hardware, or glazing materials,
and assumes no responsibility therefor.
Mullions are designed for deflection limitations in accordance with AAMA TIR-A11 of L/175 up to 13'-6" and L/240 +1/4" above 13'-6". These curves
are for mullions WITH HORIZONTALS and are based on engineering calculations for stress and deflection. Allowable wind load stress for ALUMINUM
15,152 psi (104MPa), STEEL 30,000 psi (207MPa.). Charted curves, in all cases are for the limiting value. If the design wind load is determined through
the analytical procedures of ASCE/SEI 7-10 or earlier editions, the load shall be based on the nominal loads used in allowable stress design. A 4/3
increase in allowable stress has not been used to develop these curves. For special situations not covered by these curves, contact your Kawneer
representative for additional information.
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STRUCTURAL CHARTS
CHARTS ARE FOR RAFTERS WITH CAPTURED PURLINS 1" INFILL
THE INTERSECTION OF RAFTER LENGTH AND RAFTER
CENTERS REPRESENTS THE MAXIMUM COMBINED LOAD
FOR THE SECTIONS SHOWN ADJACENT TO THE CHARTS.
CONSULT A KAWNEER REPRESENTATIVE.
RAFTER CENTERS (IN METERS)
.5
20
1
2
1.5
19
5.5
2
1.5
16
B
15
14
4.5
C
13
4
D
12
3.5
E
11
F
10
3
420005
420091
I= 6.533 (272 X 104)
S= 2.455 (40.2 X 103)
I= 13.579 (.965 X 105)
S= 1.060 (66.5 X 103)
RAFTER LENGTH (IN FEET)
5
B
5.5
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RAFTER LENGTH (IN METERS)
A
17
6
19
9
C
17
5
16
D
15
4.5
E
14
4
F
13
12
3.5
11
10
2.5
8
7
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
3
9
8
RAFTER CENTERS (IN FEET)
2.5
8
420004
420004
I= 1.060 (4.40 X 105)
S= 750 (1.23 X 104)
I= 1.080 (4.40 X 105)
S= 750 (1.23 X 104)
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RAFTER CENTERS (IN FEET)
RAFTER CENTERS (IN METERS)
.5
25
1
B
2
1.5
A
A = 20 (960 Pa)
B = 30 (1440 Pa)
C = 40 (1920 Pa)
D = 50 (2400 Pa)
E = 70 (3360 Pa)
F = 90 (4310 Pa)
7.5
24
C
RAFTER LENGTH (IN FEET)
22
7
D
6.5
21
20
E
6
F
5.5
19
18
17
5
16
15
4.5
RAFTER LENGTH (IN METERS)
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A
20
18
6
.5
21
6
RAFTER LENGTH (IN METERS)
RAFTER CENTERS (IN METERS)
RAFTER LENGTH (IN FEET)
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Mullions are designed for deflection limitations in accordance with AAMA TIR-A11 of L/175 up to 13'-6" and L/240 +1/4" above 13'-6". These curves
are for mullions WITH HORIZONTALS and are based on engineering calculations for stress and deflection. Allowable wind load stress for ALUMINUM
15,152 psi (104MPa), STEEL 30,000 psi (207MPa.). Charted curves, in all cases are for the limiting value. If the design wind load is determined through
the analytical procedures of ASCE/SEI 7-10 or earlier editions, the load shall be based on the nominal loads used in allowable stress design. A 4/3
increase in allowable stress has not been used to develop these curves. For special situations not covered by these curves, contact your Kawneer
representative for additional information.
420093
I= 35.851 (1492 X 105)
S= 7.791 (127.7 X 103)
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4
13
12
11
3.5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RAFTER CENTERS (IN FEET)
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Generic Project Specific U-factor Example Calculation
(Percent of Glass will Vary on specific products depending on sitelines)
15'-8"
2'-0"
9'-6"
7'-0"
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and assumes no responsibility therefor.
5'-0"
Example Glass Ufactor = 0.42 Btu/hr·ft2·oF
Total Daylight Opening = 3(5' x 7') + 3(5' x 2') = 135ft2
Total Projected Area
= (Total Daylight Opening + Total Area of Framing System)
= 15'8" x 9'6" = 148.83ft2
Percent of Glass
= (Total Daylight Opening ÷ Total Projected Area)
= (135 ÷ 148.83)100 = 91%
System Ufactor vs Percent of Glass Area
0.80
E IGN
PL S
M E
A D
EX OR
F
T
O
0.60
0.55
0.50
0.49
0.45
0.40
0.35
0.30
)
0.48
0.46
0.44
0.42
0.40
0.38
0.36
0.34
0.32
0.30
0.28
0.26
0.24
0.22
0.20
70
75
85
80
0.20
90
91%
0.25
Percent of Glass
Based on 91% glass and Center of Glass (COG) Ufactor of 0.42
System Ufactor is equal to 0.49 Btu/hr·ft2·oF
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0.65
System Ufactor (BTU/hr·ft2·oF)
0.70
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necessary for product improvement.
0.75
95
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Note:
Values in parentheses are metric.
COG=Center of Glass.
Charts are generated per AAMA 507.
CAPTURED GLAZING
System Ufactor (BTU/hr·ft2·oF)
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System Ufactor vs Percent of Glass Area
0.48 (2.73)
0.46 (2.61)
0.44 (2.50)
0.42 (2.39)
0.40 (2.27)
0.38 (2.16)
0.36 (2.05)
0.34 (1.93)
0.32 (1.82)
0.30 (1.71)
0.28 (1.59)
0.26 (1.48)
0.24 (1.37)
0.22 (1.25)
0.20 (1.14)
0.18 (1.02)
0.16 (0.91)
0.14 (0.79)
0.12 (0.68)
0.10 (0.57)
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COG
Ufactor
Percent of Glass = Vision Area/Total Area
(Total Daylight Opening / Projected Area)
Notes for System UFactor, SHGC and VT charts:
For glass values that are not listed, linear interpolation is permitted.
Glass properties are based on center of glass values and are obtained from your glass supplier.
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COG
SHGC
Vision Area / Total Area (%)
COG
VT
Vision Area / Total Area (%)
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THERMAL CHARTS
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System SHGC
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System VT
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System Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) vs Percent of Vision Area
System Visible Transmittance (VT) vs Percent of Vision Area
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CAPTURED GLAZING
Glass UFactor 3
Overall UFactor 4
0.48
0.64
0.46
0.62
0.44
0.60
0.42
0.59
0.40
0.57
0.38
0.55
0.36
0.54
0.34
0.52
0.32
0.50
0.30
0.48
0.28
0.47
0.26
0.45
0.24
0.43
0.22
0.41
0.20
0.39
0.18
0.38
0.16
0.36
0.14
0.34
0.12
0.32
0.10
0.31
NOTE: For glass values that are not listed, linear interpolation is permitted.
1. UFactors are determined in accordance with NFRC 100.
2. SHGC and VT values are determined in accordance with NFRC 200.
3. Glass properties are based on center of glass values and are obtained from your glass supplier.
4. Overall UFactor, SHGC, and VT Matricies are based on the standard NFRC specimen size of
2000mm wide by 2000mm high (78-3/4" by 78-3/4").
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Thermal Transmittance 1
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Visible Transmittance 2
Glass SHGC 3
Overall Glass
UFactor 4
Glass VT 3
Overall VT 4
0.75
0.69
0.75
0.67
0.70
0.64
0.70
0.63
0.65
0.60
0.65
0.58
0.60
0.55
0.60
0.54
0.55
0.51
0.55
0.49
0.50
0.47
0.50
0.45
0.45
0.42
0.45
0.40
0.40
0.38
0.40
0.36
0.35
0.33
0.35
0.31
0.30
0.29
0.30
0.27
0.25
0.24
0.25
0.22
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.18
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.13
0.10
0.11
0.10
0.09
0.05
0.06
0.05
0.04
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entrance, window, and curtain wall products vary widely. Kawneer does not control
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and assumes no responsibility therefor.
SHGC Matrix 2
1. UFactors are determined in accordance with NFRC 100.
2. SHGC and VT values are determined in accordance with NFRC 200.
3. Glass properties are based on center of glass values and are obtained from your glass supplier.
4. Overall UFactor, SHGC, and VT Matricies are based on the standard NFRC specimen size of
2000mm wide by 2000mm high (78-3/4" by 78-3/4").
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Note:
Values in parentheses are metric.
COG=Center of Glass.
Charts are generated per AAMA 507.
SSG GLAZING
System Ufactor (BTU/hr·ft2·oF)
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System Ufactor vs Percent of Glass Area
0.48 (2.73)
0.46 (2.61)
0.44 (2.50)
0.42 (2.39)
0.40 (2.27)
0.38 (2.16)
0.36 (2.05)
0.34 (1.93)
0.32 (1.82)
0.30 (1.71)
0.28 (1.59)
0.26 (1.48)
0.24 (1.37)
0.22 (1.25)
0.20 (1.14)
0.18 (1.02)
0.16 (0.91)
0.14 (0.79)
0.12 (0.68)
0.10 (0.57)
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COG
Ufactor
Percent of Glass = Vision Area/Total Area
(Total Daylight Opening / Projected Area)
Notes for System UFactor, SHGC and VT charts:
For glass values that are not listed, linear interpolation is permitted.
Glass properties are based on center of glass values and are obtained from your glass supplier.
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COG
SHGC
Vision Area / Total Area (%)
COG
VT
Vision Area / Total Area (%)
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System VT
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System Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) vs Percent of Vision Area
System Visible Transmittance (VT) vs Percent of Vision Area
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SSG GLAZING
Glass UFactor 3
Overall UFactor 4
0.48
0.63
0.46
0.62
0.44
0.60
0.42
0.58
0.40
0.56
0.38
0.55
0.36
0.53
0.34
0.51
0.32
0.49
0.30
0.48
0.28
0.46
0.26
0.44
0.24
0.42
0.22
0.40
0.20
0.39
0.18
0.37
0.16
0.35
0.14
0.33
0.12
0.32
0.10
0.30
NOTE: For glass values that are not listed, linear interpolation is permitted.
1. UFactors are determined in accordance with NFRC 100.
2. SHGC and VT values are determined in accordance with NFRC 200.
3. Glass properties are based on center of glass values and are obtained from your glass supplier.
4. Overall UFactor, SHGC, and VT Matricies are based on the standard NFRC specimen size of
2000mm wide by 2000mm high (78-3/4" by 78-3/4").
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necessary for product improvement.
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the selection of product configurations, operating hardware, or glazing materials,
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Thermal Transmittance 1
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Visible Transmittance 2
Glass SHGC 3
Overall Glass
UFactor 4
Glass VT 3
Overall VT 4
0.75
0.69
0.75
0.68
0.70
0.65
0.70
0.63
0.65
0.60
0.65
0.59
0.60
0.56
0.60
0.54
0.55
0.51
0.55
0.50
0.50
0.47
0.50
0.45
0.45
0.42
0.45
0.41
0.40
0.38
0.40
0.36
0.35
0.33
0.35
0.32
0.30
0.29
0.30
0.27
0.25
0.24
0.25
0.23
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.18
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.14
0.10
0.11
0.10
0.09
0.05
0.06
0.05
0.05
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entrance, window, and curtain wall products vary widely. Kawneer does not control
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SHGC Matrix 2
1. UFactors are determined in accordance with NFRC 100.
2. SHGC and VT values are determined in accordance with NFRC 200.
3. Glass properties are based on center of glass values and are obtained from your glass supplier.
4. Overall UFactor, SHGC, and VT Matricies are based on the standard NFRC specimen size of
2000mm wide by 2000mm high (78-3/4" by 78-3/4").
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