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PC Standing-Seam-Roofing Panel Clip Screw 

PC Standing-Seam-Roofing Panel Clip Screw

Key Features

  • Pancake head
  • #2 square drive
  • Type-17 point

Applications

  • Standing-seam-roofing panel clips to wood

Warning

  • Industry studies show that hardened fasteners can experience performance problems in wet or corrosive environments. Accordingly, use this product in dry, interior and noncorrosive environments only.

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Product Information Table

Fastener Production Information and Stuff & Things
Model No. Coating/Material Screw Size Length (in.) Head Diameter (in.) Drive Type Head Type Point Type Packaging Qty. UPC
PCQ112B1012-4K Quik Guard® Coating #10 1 1/2 0.405 #2 Square Pancake Head Type-17 Point 4000 746056112907
PCQ1B1012-5K Quik Guard® Coating #10 1 0.405 #2 Square Pancake Head Type-17 Point 5000 746056140108
PC1B1012-5K Clear Zinc Coating #10 1 0.405 #2 Square Pancake Head Type-17 Point 5000 746056640707
PC1B1211-4K Clear Zinc Coating #12 1 0.405 #2 Square Pancake Head Type-17 Point 4000 746056178705

Product Information Table

Model No. Length (in.) Screw Size Drive Type Head Diameter (in.) Head Type TPI Point Type Coating/Material Packaging Quantity UPC
PCQ112B1012-4K 1 1/2 #10 #2 Square 0.405 Pancake Head 12 Type-17 Point Quik Guard® Coating 4000 746056112907
PCQ1B1012-5K 1 #10 #2 Square 0.405 Pancake Head 12 Type-17 Point Quik Guard® Coating 5000 746056140108
PCQ1B1211-4K 1 #12 #2 Square 0.405 Pancake Head 11 Type-17 Point Quik Guard® Coating 4000 744039455706
PC1B1012-5K 1 #10 #2 Square 0.405 Pancake Head 12 Type-17 Point Clear-Zinc Coating 5000 746056640707
PC1B1211-4K 1 #12 #2 Square 0.405 Pancake Head 11 Type-17 Point Clear-Zinc Coating 4000 746056178705

Load Tables

Cold-Formed Steel (CFS) Member Connection Loads

  1. Screws and screw connections have been tested per AISI Standard Test Method S904-08 and S905-08.
  2. The tabulated ASD loads for cold-formed steel (CFS) members are based on the lower of the screw strength or the strength of the screw in the connected members per AISI S100-07 Section E4.
  3. The safety factor is based on AISI S100-07 Chapter F for tested connections.
  4. The nominal load values listed are achieved under laboratory conditions and should not be used for design loads.
  5. Values are based on CFS members with a minimum yield strength of Fy = 33 ksi and tensile strength of Fu = 45 ksi for 43 mil (18 ga.) to 27 mil (22 ga.), minimum yield strength of Fy = 50 ksi and tensile strength of Fu = 65 ksi for 22 mil (24 ga.), and a minimum yield strength of Fy = 50 ksi and Fu = 65 ksi for 54 mil (16 ga.) and thicker.
  6. For design purposes, steel sheet thicknesses are 0.0227" for 22 mil, 0.283" for 27 mil, 0.0346" for 33 mil, 0.0451" for 43 mil, 0.0566" for 54 mil, 0.0713" for 68 mil, and 0.1017" for 97 mil. The actual sheet thickness shall not be less than 95% of these design thickness as specified in AISI S100-07 Section A2.4.
  1. Screw diameters per AISI S200-07 General Provision Commentary Table D1.1.
  2. Minimum required screw length is the lesser of 3/4" or the minimum length required for the screw to extend through the steel connection a minimum of 3 exposed threads per AISI S200-07 General Provisions Standard Section D1.3.
  3. Larger of screw head or washer diameter, dw, for #10 and #12 screws is 0.375".
  4. The allowable load (ASD) values shown are not permitted to be increased for short-duration loads such as wind or earthquake loads.
  5. The lower of the Pull-Over and Pull-Out allowable load should be used for tension design.
  6. The tabulated shear values are based on the thinner steel member in connection. Steel thickness for both members must be in the range of 12–22 gauge.

Wood Member Connection Withdrawal Loads

  1. Values based on the lower screw strength or strength of the screw in the connected members.
  2. The tabulated allowable loads for wood members are based on a factor of safety of 5 as specified in AC233 and may be multiplied by CD = 1.60 for wind or earthquake loads.
  3. The average ultimate loads are achieved under laboratory conditions and should not be used for design purposes.
  4. Screw diameters per AISI S200-07 General Provisions Commentary Table D1-1.
  5. See General Load Tables for screw strength.