Spring-Tite Coping HD system is a two-part assembly that includes a front and rear segmented cleat and a decorative snap-on coping cover for single ply commercial roof systems. Our Spring-Tite Coping HD is available as prepainted Kynar500® in .040” formed aluminum and 24 gauge galvalume steel. This product features our patent pending 16-gauge (G90) “V” segmented pre-punched cleat spaced at 60” on center, is available in 12” standard cleat lengths and 10’ standard coping cover lengths. Concealed splices plates and fasteners are included with the purchase of this product.
Features and Benefits
- Secures roof Membrane to Parapet Wall
- Allows for the use of high-torque screws
- without penetrating the top surface of the
- Pre-Punched Segmented Cleat
- ANSI-SPRI ES-1 Certified
- 210 MPH Lifetime Wind Warranty
- 35-Year Gold Standard Paint Warranty
- Corporate and Custom Colors are available
For complete installation instructions, please refer to Drexel Metals Architectural specifications and details.
REVIEW CURRENT DREXEL METALS ARCHITECTURAL SPECIFICATION AND DETAILS FOR SPECIFIC INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS.
Drexel Metals Spring-Tite Coping EZ system is tested per ANSI/SPRI Test Method RE-3 bidirectional test for wind requirements for Coping and Wall Caps. The Spring-Tite Coping EZ shall be certified by Drexel Metals to design pressures as indicated in current edition of SPRI’s Wind Resistance Standard for Edge Systems used with Low Slope Roofing System. This products meets International Building Code minimum requirement.
Engineering and shop drawings, as well as longform specifications and CAD details, are available from Drexel Metals. Product samples, detail sheets, color chips and color charts are also available for submittal packages. For personal assistance with questions or for full submittals, contact Drexel Metals or your local independent sales representative.
|Material||Face||Wall Width||Sustained Pressures|
|24 gauge||up to 6”||<16” max||-180 psf (*)|
|24 gauge||up to 6”||16” to 24” max||-130 psf (*)|
|0.040 AL||up to 6”||<16” max||-200 psf (*)|
|0.040 AL||up to 6”||16” to 24” max||-140 psf (*)|
* Design Engineer must apply the Factor of Safety
**ADDITIONAL GAUGES – .050 and .063 aluminum and 22 gauge Galvalume are available upon request