Internet #100067957

Model # 92770

Store SKU #250934

0793510000126

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

  • Constructed of durable plastic
  • Matches Suntuf Polycarbonate panel corrugation
  • Provides support for a finished roof
$ 5 47 /bag

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Product Overview

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

Product Overview

  • Constructed of durable plastic
  • Matches Suntuf Polycarbonate panel corrugation
  • Provides support for a finished roof
Model #: 92770
Sku #: 250934
Internet #: 100067957

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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Price
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$5.98 /bag
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$8.08 /package
Ratings (14) (222) (47) (0)
Material Polyethylene Plastic Polyethylene Plastic
Product Thickness (in.) 1 .75 .75 .125
Coverage Area (sq. ft.) 0.014 .33 .33 1.1
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Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
.33
Product Length (in.)
24
Product Thickness (in.)
.75
Product Width (in.)
1.25

Details

Color Family
Beige
Color/Finish
Beige
Material
Plastic
Product Weight (lb.)
1lb
Returnable
180-Day
Roofing Product Type
Closure Strips

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
.33
Product Length (in.)
24
Product Thickness (in.)
.75
Product Width (in.)
1.25

Details

Color Family
Beige
Color/Finish
Beige
Material
Plastic
Product Weight (lb.)
1lb
Returnable
180-Day
Roofing Product Type
Closure Strips

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

Do I need a 1" screw or the end strips or a 2"?

Do I need a 1" screw or the end strips or a 2"?
Asked by: SweetPea
Please disregard posts suggesting screwing through the valley of this panel. Manufacturer says for horizontal applications screw through the peaks and to grab minimum 3 threads on your screw. These closure strips measure 31/32". The panels are 0.032", call it 1/32. Together they stack up to 1" exactly. Assuming you are screwing into wood of at least 1" thick, 1x 1/2" roofing screws with a rubber gasket seems minimal, but acceptable. Manufacturer recommends 2" screws for horizontal applications and 1" screws through valley without strips for vertical applications. I think of a full 1" wood depth on that screw as cheap insurance against wind, and the additional cost is minimal.
Answered by: David
Date published: 2020-03-10

How do I connect the plastic strips to my 1x2 furring strips?

Do I use the 2inch rubber washer panel fasteners to go through the poly and through the furring strip to cinch into my 2x6 rafters? Or do I attach these first direct to furring strips? if so, how, they don't seem sturdy enough to take a nail. Glue? a 1 inch cabinet flat head screw?
Asked by: Dave
I use a 1" screw in each strip to hold them in place. The panel bolts, which go through the strips, are the principal means of securing them. However, I don't think that a 1x2 strip offers enough purchase to safely hod the panel bolts; I use 2x4's to support the panels.
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2020-03-20

I am going to install this on a 30’w X 14’ d structure. How far apart do I put the strips? (depth wise)

Asked by: Mike
The strips should be about two feet apart; I support them with 2x4s.. Since the panels are about two feet wide, you will need two 16' panels, and two 6-packs of strips -- as well as a package of bolts. (Bolts come in packs of 50.)
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2020-03-20

Can i use this under tin?

Chicken coop roof will be tin. Can I put this under the edges to seal it?
Asked by: CoopGuy
I don't see why not - as long as the pattern of the tin fits exactly.
Answered by: Scotsman
Date published: 2020-03-30
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