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S-5! VB-67 (VersaBracket-67) - Attachments For Metal Roofs

S-5! VB-67 (VersaBracket-67) - Attachments For Metal Roofs


 
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Product Code: S5-VB-67-VERSABRACKET
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S-5! VB-67 (VersaBracket-67) - Attachments For Metal Roofs

Manufacturer Part#: S5-VB-67-VersaBracket

VersaBracket can be used to mount almost anything to an exposed-fastened roof system and is compatible with almost any trapezoidal exposed-fastened profile.

Avoid messy sealants & leaks with the S-5! VersaBracket! The VersaBracket comes with factory-applied butyl sealant already in the base, and the S-5!- reservoir conceals the sealant from UV exposure, preventing drying and cracks. Our standing seam roof brackets are so strong, it will even support heavy-duty applications like snow retention. For exposed-fastened trapezoidal profiles, VersaBracket is the perfect match for our ColorGard® snow retention systems (for corrugated roofs use CorruBracket™). VersaBracket is extremely economical and facilitates quick and easy installation.

Each VersaBracket comes with factory-applied butyl sealant in the base. A structural aluminum attachment bracket, VersaBracket is compatible with most common metal roofing materials.

Strong enough for heavy-duty applications, VersaBracket 47™ or VersaBracket 67™ is the perfect match for attaching S-5!’s ColorGard® snow retention system to most trapezoid shape roofs.

The VersaBracket 67 mounting face has no holes or slots, thus ancillary items are typically secured using self-tapping screws (not included).

VersaBracket 67 is mounted in the flat of the panel, directly into the supporting structure of the roof, i.e., wood decking, wood or steel purlins, or trusses. No surface preparation is necessary; simply wipe away excess oil and debris, peel the release paper from the base, align and apply. Secure through the pre-punched holes using the appropriate screws (not included) for the supporting structure.


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