Stratco Outback Heritage
Add a new dimension to your home and lifestyle with a Stratco Outback Heritage Gable. With enduring style and versatility, the Stratco Outback Heritage Gable offers large spans and long lengths to expand your design options.
The Stratco Outback Heritage Gable will imbue your home with a traditional style
The Stratco Outback Heritage is available as either:
- Traditional Gable
- Dutch Gable
Both Outback Heritage Gable styles are available attached or freestanding, and use corrugated iron or polycarbonate as their cladding. The standard eave height is 2.4 metres, but can be ordered up to 3 metres high.
With a classic pitched roof, and impressive widths of up to 8.4 metres, the Traditional Heritage Gable is extremely versatile. It is available with a roof pitch of either 22 or 30 degrees, and a range of optional gable end infills.
The distinctive Dutch Heritage Gable style embodies a classic personality thatcomplements traditional homes. Available in widths of up to 7.5 metres, and a roof pitch of 22 degrees, it comes with a fibre-cement sheet infill in the gable openings.
|Maximum Width (S) in mm|
|Wind Speed||Traditional Gable||Dutch Gable|
|Attached or Freestanding||Attach End||Attach Side||Freestanding|
* 12 0 header beam is required where solid infill panels are used ^ One end purlin support required † Two end purlin supports required N = Non-cyclonic wind classification C = Cyclonic wind classification
Note: Attached traditional carports are to have a minimum of two bays. All freestanding traditional carports must have a maximum of three full portal frames.
|Traditional Gable||Dutch Gable|
Attached Connection Details
|1. Attachment Beam||8. Ridge Knuckle||15. Footing Knuckle|
|2. End Portal Frame||9. Roof Cladding||16. Ridge Capping|
|3. Internal Portal Frame||10. Ridge Connection||17. Barge Cap|
|4. Purlins||11. Roof Cladding||18. Header Flashing|
|5. Eaves Purlin||12. Header Beam||19. Infill Panel|
|6. Rafter to Valley Bracket||13. Footing Connection||20. Collar Tie Bracket|
|7. Eaves Knuckle||14. Footing Plate OR||21. End Strut|
|1. Attachment Beam||10. Seated Connection||19. Footing Plate OR|
|2. End Frame||11. Pergola Wall Bracket*||20. Footing Knuckle|
|3. Portal Frame||12. Rafter to Valley Bracket||21. Ridge Capping|
|4. Purlins||13. Eaves Connection||22. Barge Capping|
|5. Eaves Purlin||14. Eaves Knuckle||23. Hip Flashing|
|6. Hip Rafter||15. Ridge Connections||24. Infil Panel|
|7. Collar Tie||16. Ridge Knuckle||25. Weather Strip|
|8. End Purlin Support||17. Roof Cladding||26. Panel Strip|
|9. Hip Plate Connection||18. Footing Connection|
* Or 150mm Modified Suspension Bracket
Freestanding Connection Details
|1. Portal Frame||9. Footing Knuckle||17. End Wall Column Bracket|
|2. Corrugated Sheeting||10. Header Flashing||18. Hip Plate Connection|
|3. Purlins||11. Beam to Wall Bracket||19. Seated Connection|
|4. Eaves Knuckle||12. End Strut||20. Collar Tie|
|5. Ridge Knuckle||13. Header Beam||21. Dutch Gable Infill Panel|
|6. Barge Cap||14. Hip Flashing||22. Weather Strip|
|7. Footing Connection||15. End Frame||23. Ridge Cap|
|8. Footing Plate OR||16. Eaves Purlin Connection||24. Infill Panel|
|Traditional Gable||Dutch Gable|
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.
|120mm Beam||150mm Beam|
|Post | Purlin||Back Channel|