Stratco Outback Curved Roof
The contemporary form of the Stratco Outback Curved Roof Carport, Verandah or Patio will add value and impart a sense of style and sophistication to your home.
The smooth, clean lines of the curved roofing form a graceful canopy over any outdoor area.
Create a contemporary verandah or patio with the Stratco Outback Curved Roof
The Stratco Outback Curved Roof is available as a freestanding unit or attached to your home.
When combined with flat roofing or pergola sections it becomes part of a system, with the elegant curved roof forming the central feature of the design.
Available in either Multispan or Clearspan designs, the Stratco Outback Curved Roof can span up to 6.6 metres wide in either style.
Multispan Curved Roof
The Outback Multispan Curved Roof has purlins that are placed over the rafters in the roof.
These purlins support your choice of cladding:
- Smooth Outback Deck
- Light and airy polycarbonate
- Classic corrugated steel
The corrugated steel is supplied pre-curved to the required radius for easy installation.
Clearspan Curved Roof
The Outback Clearspan Curved Roof minimises beams and rafters by using Outback Deck.
Outback Deck is a very strong material that does not need extra purlins to support it. This leaves the roof area clean and uncluttered with a ceiling-like appearance from beneath.
Outback Rooflites are also available to supply natural filtered light when Outback Deck is used in Clearspan designs.
|Outback Multispan and Clearspan Curve – Maximum Opening (O) in mm|
|Wind Speed||Rear attached to a wall or fascia (full length).||Attached a to wall or fascia on one side only.||Attached on one side and to the wall or fascia on one end.||Attached to a flat unit on one side and a wall or fascia on the opposite side. Or attached both sides and to the wall or fascia on one end.|
|120 or 150 Valley Beams||120 or 150 Valley Beams|
|120 or 150 Valley Beams||120 or 150 Valley Beams||Type
1A or 2A
1A or 2A
* Minimum of four columns along the length of the gable unit on the opposite side of the attachment when solid infill is used.
N = Non-cyclonic wind classification.
C = Cyclonic wind classification.
|1. Multispan Curved Roofing||6. Curve to Valley Bracket||11. Side Fascia Beam|
|2. Outback Deck||7. Curved Barge Cap||12. Post Bracket|
|3. Purlin||8. Notched Beam Filler||13. Beam End Cap|
|4. Rafter||9. Beam to Beam Bracket||14. Post|
|5. Valley Beam||10. Front Fascia Beam||15. Gutter and Gutter Stop End|
For Non-Cyclonic Areas
Two 12 x 20mm self drilling screws per pan at each support and two 3.2mm sealed aluminium rivets per pan at the back channel. If decking runs parallel to the back channel, secure to channel with rivets at maximum 200mm centres. All screws require neoprene washers.
For Cyclonic Areas
Three 12 x 20mm self drilling screws per pan at each support. For deck spans less than 3600mm, two self drilling screws per pan are to be used on the fascia beam. Three 4.8mm sealed aluminium rivets per pan (or 150mm centres if sheets are parallel) are to be used on the back channel. All screws require neoprene washers.
Outback Rooflite – Polycarbonate
|120mm Beam||150mm Beam|
|Post | Purlin||Back Channel|
Curved units attached between a flat or Sunroof unit and an existing structure
Curved units which are attached between a flat or Sunroof unit (excluding pergolas) and an existing house, are only considered attached if the curved unit is attached to the existing house (C) for its full length (L) and the longest side of the combined unit (B) does not exceed twice the curved unit length (L). The flat or Sunroof unit in this case can be considered attached. This style requires all coloumns to be embedded into footings.
Curved units attached to a flat or Sunroof unit on one or both sides
Curved units which are attached on one or both sides to flat or Sunroof units, (excluding pergolas) must be attached to a house for at least 75% of the curved opening length (O) to be considered attached. Flat or Sunroof units must be deemed attached as detailed in the flat or Sunroof unit section below for the curved unit to be considered attached.
Curved units are considered attached on both sides if both the flat 1 and 2 comply with the attachment rules for flat or Sunroof units as detailed below. Curved units are considered attached on one side if only one flat or Sunroof unit exists and it complies with the attachment rules for flat or Sunroof units as detailed below.
When designing an Outback Patio, consideration should be given to both the roof sheet direction, and the orientation of any openings and overhangs involved. These are often determined by appearence and drainage requirements. Some of the normal configurations are shown below. Contact Stratco if assistance is required.
|Attached to a wall or fascia on one side only.|
|Rear attached to a wall or fascia (full length).|
|Attached to a flat or Sunroof unit on one side and a wall or fascia on one end.|
|Attached both sides to the flat or Sunroof unit and the wall or fascia on the opposite side.|
|Attached to the flat or Sunroof unit on both sides and the wall or fascia on one end.|
Note: When attaching curved patios to Sunroof units, please refer to ‘The Rules of Attachment to Standard Outback Systems’ in the ‘Outback Sunroof Span Tables Book’.
|Outback Lights||Outback Ceiling Fan|
|Outback Rooflite||Infill Panels|