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Suntuf 24 in. Horizontal Plastic Closure Strips (6-Pack)
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Suntuf

24 in. Horizontal Plastic Closure Strips (6-Pack)

  • Constructed of durable plastic
  • Matches Suntuf Polycarbonate panel corrugation
  • Provides support for a finished roof
$5.26 /bag

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Providing support for a finished roof, the Suntuf 24 in. Horizontal Plastic Closure Strips (6-Pack). They are applied under corrugated roofing panels. They attach under the framing of the roof.

  • Constructed of durable plastic material with a beige finish
  • Fits Suntuf panel corrugation (not included)
  • Applied under a corrugated roofing panel and attaches under framing of the roof
  • Provides support for a finished roof
  • Includes 6 closure strips

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Am I correct that each strip is 24" long, so that this 6 pack covers a total of 6 x 24" = 144" ?

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Gig Harbor, WA
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August 30, 2016
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You are correct. If the panels are installed correctly, there will be a down turn overlap on each panel.
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Atlanta, GA, USA
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August 2, 2016
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Yes. This clips can also be cut if needed for a smaller roof. You could then either cut the panel or just overlap the panels by an extra row or 2.
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June 6, 2016
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Yes, that is correct.
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June 5, 2016
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Each string is 24 inches long.
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Can I use this product to install overhead under deck for roofing

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October 7, 2015
I am pricing out Polycarbonate corrugated roof panel to create a roofing under my deck. should I use this product to give more support?
It looks like I would be attaching on the low or water areas of the corrugation by installing under the deck.
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Atlanta, GA, USA
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August 2, 2016
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Maybe. I would reverse the nailing pattern so that the clip is fastened to the decking on the ridge(peak) and the panel is fastened to the clip in the valley. This would provide less chance of leakage. The problem with this is possible blockage by any debrie that would come through the decking. You may need to remove the panels and clean out any blockages
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Oregon
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December 15, 2015
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You are right. For under your deck you'll fasten the high area directly to the underside of the deck without the need for closure strips. These strips don't add much support since they bend easily.
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November 21, 2015
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This hard plastic does not form a seal and would prevent attachment along the side edges. Don't use it, just use self drilling screws with a sealing washer in the troughs. Be gentle with the screws to not crack the polycarbonate.
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October 8, 2015
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If you use the panels under the deck for drainage you want to attached on the rib portion that is highest and not where the water drains. We don't recommend the closure strips in this application. Also, as an under the deck solution a PVC panel such as Palruf is generally a more cost effective option and has more resistant to harsh chemicals in deck cleaners.
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how to use polybicarbonate roof panel closure strips

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August 10, 2015
where do I place them-how are they attached to the panels? I am building a canopy roof with your roofing panels. I will lay panels across sloping 5'-5" 2x6s and running length 30 '. How many lines of these clips do I need-every two feet??
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August 29, 2016
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Hi Jose, I recommend visiting manufacturers website and watching the instillation video. You need one run on each of your purlins. For instance I am installing them over a deck that is 8x20 and I will have 5 runs of 20 foot purlins so I will use 100 feet of the strips. My purlins are spaced about 24 inches apart. Good luck.
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September 1, 2015
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Install horizontal closure strips on each horizontal support or purlin in your framing structure.
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Gardiner, Maine
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August 25, 2015
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attach to the wooden framework an then screw the panels down. I put the clips in on all of the frames undercarrage.
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August 12, 2015
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These attachment clips work very well if you install them 24" on center. Use weatherproof self taping wood screws to attach to 2x6's. Use the coarse thread screws with rubber grommet to attach the panels to plastic clips. Do not install panel attachment screws in valleys. Watch the video provided by the manufacture. It should answer most questions.
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How many fasteners (screws) are required per panel?

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September 26, 2016
Example: I have looked at the manual and can't figure out what I did wrong.
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October 27, 2016
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i used one screw per elevated corogation on leading and trailing edge of the vinyl, one about every other elevated corogation on overlap
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September 27, 2016
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There are 50 fasteners per pack and each pack covers 50 sq ft. Our normal fastening pattern is every other peak, unless you are in a high wind area, then you would want to put one in every peak.
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September 26, 2016
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When you say panel I am guessing you are refrain to the 24 inch horizontal closure strips as they are what is pictured above the question? I used one screw every other valley and that might be more than is needed. When you eventually install the panels you will be using a fastener every other peak of the panel so there will be plenty to hold it down. Hope I understand the question.
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24 in. Horizontal Plastic Closure Strips (6-Pack) is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 48.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Buyers note These strips should be installed with 1" flathead screws. The EPDM fasteners are for the sheets. It says in the video but not in the description here. I'd been all over the web wondering. Hope this helps.
Date published: 2016-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the wait. The closures fit perfectly and were easy to install. Instructions were not included, but there is plenty of video available for do it yourselfers. Trimming them to fit was easy, and the cut was straight. I have read that the closures didn't line up with the roof panels, but I found they fit perfectly if they are installed in line.
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 24 in horizonal plastic closure strips The plastic strips are used to fasten down poly corrugated panels, they are flimsy. You need to use 2" screws so that the panel is fasten to wooden supports thru the closure strip. The closure strips are not strong enough to hold the panel from lifting during heavy winds. Also, the strips are flat on top, the corrugated panels have a radius, thereby flattening the corrugated panels at the attachment points. If you can find a wooden version with curves that match the corrugation, your installation will be much more secure. There was no installation guide provided with the product, had to go to the web.
Date published: 2016-08-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just what is needed Makes the install of the panels quick and easy. Just line these up and place the panel on top. They can be nailed or screwed into place. The valley for mounting this bracket to the stretcher will expand slightly to allow for the screw head to be flush with the top of mount and not interfere with the panel mounting. The ridge for nailing down the panel to the bracket is slotted to allow for the nail to penetrate easier.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than FOAM or WOOD spacers! These spacers are well worth the special order wait. They are all 24” in length and snap together forming an exact layout for the panels. I built a 10’ x 12’ awning and used both the horizontal and vertical closure strips together. BUT THEY ARE NOT DESIGNED TO OVERLAP. You cannot connect the vertical end-to-end at the same time you connect the horizontal end-to-end. So I cut all the vertical strips to fit between the horizontal strips since the horizontal spacing was the more exact layout I wanted. They hold together well enough that I could snap a 12’ section together on the ground and lift it up to the roof top without the sections falling apart. I will never use form or wood spacers again and think they should be an in-store item all the time.m and wood spacers in the past, but these
Date published: 2016-05-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It is made well, but the problem with it is they do not line up with the corrugated galvanized st... It is made well, but the problem with it is they do not line up with the corrugated galvanized steel roof panels. So if you are not using them for that material they would probably work for something else.
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from why aren't these stocked in the stores?? I ordered these to install the Suntuf clear panels on my chicken run... I was dismayed that when I was ready to do this, I had to wait an additional 10 days to receive these supports as the nearest store to stock them was 200 miles away. Why sell a product, but not the necessary accessories??? Baffling.
Date published: 2016-05-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from These do not fit the panels they are advertised for. They seat with a 1/4" gap between the panel ... These do not fit the panels they are advertised for. They seat with a 1/4" gap between the panel and the frame, unacceptable for use in solar collectors. Even for non-critical applications, such as awnings, attempting to seat the panel against the closure strips will stress it under the screwheads and reduce its longevity. A bit of slack is reasonable and can be sealed with the appropriate caulk. 1/4" is simply poor, out in left field, and out of the ball park.
Date published: 2017-01-15
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