* Spans, cover width and sizes are subject to confirmation by a certified structural engineer.
Since its launch in 2018, Spantech has completed a large number of architect designed projects in the education, sport and recreation, community sectors using the Spantech Longreach profile. See some of our recent Projects.
The following information applies to both the Longreach 800 and Longreach 650 profiles.
One mobile rollform machine manufactures these two profiles. The Longreach 800 is the profile most commonly used. It can span up to 12 metres or 18 meters, subject to engineering requirements. It can achieve wide cantilevered eaves in most wind terrain areas and excellent value with a cover width of 800mm. The Longreach 650 is recommended where longer spans are required or where high wind loads apply. The Longreach 650 may also be specified where aluminium is required. The cover width of the profiles can be stretched by approximately 100mm or compressed by approximately 75mm to achieve the ideal cover width for the project. Increasing the cover width may reduce the span capacity of the profile.
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The Spantech Longreach profile was launched in 2018. The profile was named after an early Longreach profile project – the striking Emu Street Car Park constructed in Longreach, Queensland. The project was designed by Architect Chris Pritchett for the Longreach Regional Council.
For these projects and more, see some of our Projects.
Spantech builds specialised commercial projects using wide-span roll formed metal profiles developed by Spantech.
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