This European Standard specifies requirements for self-supporting roofing products for discontinuous laying made from copper or zinc-copper-titanium alloy sheet with or without additional organic coatings.
The standard establishes general characteristics, definitions and labelling for the products, together with requirements for the materials from which the products can be manufactured. It is intended to be used either by manufacturers to ensure that their products comply with the requirements or by purchasers to verify that the products comply before they are despatched from the factory. It specifies the requirements for products which enable them to meet all normal service conditions.
The standard applies to all discontinuously laid self-supporting external profiled sheets for roofing with the exception of tiles with a surface area less than 1 m2 and produced by stamping. These profiled roof sheets are designed to keep wind, rain and snow out of the building and to transfer any resultant loads and infrequent maintenance loads to the structure.
No requirements for supporting construction, design of roof system and execution of connections and flashings are included.

Dachdeckungsprodukte aus Metallblech - Festlegungen für selbsttragende Bedachungselemente aus Kupfer- oder Zinkblech

Diese Europäische Norm legt Anforderungen an selbsttragende Dacheindeckungsprodukte zur überlappenden
Verlegung fest, die aus Kupfer oder Zink-Kupfer-Titanlegierungsblech, mit oder ohne zusätzliche
organische Beschichtung, gefertigt wurden.
Die Norm legt die allgemeinen Merkmale, Definitionen und die Beschriftung für die Produkte fest sowie die
Anforderungen an die Werkstoffe, aus denen die Produkte hergestellt werden können. Sie ist dafür bestimmt,
entweder vom Hersteller verwendet zu werden, um sicherzustellen, dass seine Produkte den Anforderungen
entsprechen, oder vom Käufer, um zu überprüfen, ob die Produkte den Anforderungen entsprechen, bevor sie
das Werk verlassen. Die Norm legt die Anforderungen an Produkte fest, unter denen die Produkte allen
normalen Einsatzbedingungen gerecht werden können.
Die Norm gilt für alle außen verwendeten, überlappend verlegten, selbsttragenden Profilbleche, sie gilt nicht
für Dachpfannen mit einer Oberfläche < 1 m2 und gepresste Dachpfannen. Diese Profilbleche zur Dacheindeckung
sind so ausgelegt, dass sie das Eindringen von Wind, Regen und Schnee in das Gebäude verhindern
und dass alle daraus und alle aus nicht ständig durchgeführten Instandhaltungsarbeiten resultierenden
Lasten auf das Bauwerk übertragen werden.
Anforderungen an die Unterkonstruktion, die Konstruktion des Dachsystems und an die Ausführung der
Verbindungen und an Kehlbleche sind nicht Gegenstand dieser Norm.

Produits de couverture en tôle métallique - Spécification pour les plaques de couverture en tôle de cuivre ou de zinc

La présente Norme européenne spécifie les prescriptions relatives aux plaques de couverture pour pose en
discontinu en tôle de cuivre ou d'alliage zinc-cuivre-titane, avec ou sans revêtement organique
supplémentaire.
La norme donne les caractéristiques générales, les définitions et l'étiquetage applicables aux produits, de
même que les prescriptions relatives aux matériaux à partir desquels les produits peuvent être fabriqués. Elle
est destinée à être utilisée soit par des fabricants en vue de démontrer que leurs produits sont conformes aux
prescriptions, soit par des acheteurs pour vérifier que les produits sont conformes avant leur expédition de
l’usine. Elle spécifie les prescriptions relatives aux produits pour leur permettre de répondre à toutes les
conditions normales en service.
La norme s'applique à toutes les plaques profilées extérieures de couverture posées en discontinu à
l'exception des tuiles de surface inférieure à 1 m² et produites par estampage. Ces plaques profilées sont
conçues pour empêcher le vent, la pluie et la neige de pénétrer dans le bâtiment et pour transmettre à la
structure porteuse, les charges qui en résultent ainsi que les charges non permanentes dues aux opérations
d'entretien.
Elle ne comporte aucune exigence relative à la structure porteuse, à la conception du système de toiture et à
la réalisation des assemblages et des finitions.

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Roofing products of metal sheet - Specification for self-supporting products of copper or

zinc sheet
Dacheindeckungsprodukte aus Metallblech - Festlegungen für selbsttragende
Bedachungselemente aus Kupfer- oder Zinkblech

Produits de couverture en tôle métallique - Spécification pour les plaques de couverture

en tôle de cuivre ou de zinc
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN 506:2008
ICS:
77.150.30 Bakreni izdelki Copper products
77.150.60 6YLQþHQLFLQNRYLLQNRVLWURYL Lead, zinc and tin products
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91.060.20 Strehe Roofs
SIST EN 506:2008 en,fr,de

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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EUROPEAN STANDARD
EN 506
NORME EUROPÉENNE
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
July 2008
ICS 91.060.20 Supersedes EN 506:2000
English Version
Roofing products of metal sheet - Specification for self-
supporting products of copper or zinc sheet

Produits de couverture en tôle métallique - Spécification Dacheindeckungsprodukte aus Metallblech - Festlegungen

pour les plaques de couverture en tôle de cuivre ou de zinc für selbsttragende Bedachungselemente aus Kupfer- oder

Zinkblech
This European Standard was approved by CEN on 30 May 2008.

CEN members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which stipulate the conditions for giving this European

Standard the status of a national standard without any alteration. Up-to-date lists and bibliographical references concerning such national

standards may be obtained on application to the CEN Management Centre or to any CEN member.

This European Standard exists in three official versions (English, French, German). A version in any other language made by translation

under the responsibility of a CEN member into its own language and notified to the CEN Management Centre has the same status as the

official versions.

CEN members are the national standards bodies of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland,

France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal,

Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.
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© 2008 CEN All rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reserved Ref. No. EN 506:2008: E

worldwide for CEN national Members.
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Contents Page

Foreword..............................................................................................................................................................4

Introduction .........................................................................................................................................................5

1 Scope ......................................................................................................................................................6

2 Normative references ............................................................................................................................6

3 Terms and definitions, symbols and abbreviations...........................................................................6

3.1 General....................................................................................................................................................6

3.2 Materials .................................................................................................................................................6

3.3 Profile definitions...................................................................................................................................7

3.4 Product geometry ................................................................................................................................10

3.5 Symbols and abbreviations ................................................................................................................12

4 Requirements.......................................................................................................................................13

4.1 General..................................................................................................................................................13

4.2 Materials ...............................................................................................................................................13

4.2.1 Copper ..................................................................................................................................................13

4.2.2 Organic coatings or chemical treatments on zinc-copper-titanium...............................................13

4.2.3 Material tolerances ..............................................................................................................................13

4.3 Products ...............................................................................................................................................14

4.3.1 Mechanical resistance.........................................................................................................................14

4.3.2 Calculation............................................................................................................................................14

4.3.3 Dimensions...........................................................................................................................................14

4.3.4 Dimensional tolerances for the profiled sheets ...............................................................................14

4.3.5 Safety in case of fire............................................................................................................................14

5 Test methods........................................................................................................................................14

5.1 Material properties...............................................................................................................................14

5.2 Structural properties ...........................................................................................................................14

6 Designation ..........................................................................................................................................15

7 Marking, labelling and packaging ......................................................................................................15

7.1 Marking and labelling ..........................................................................................................................15

7.2 Packaging and special ordering conditions .....................................................................................15

7.3 Transport, storage and handling........................................................................................................15

Annex A (normative) Dimensional tolerances ...............................................................................................17

A.1 Tolerances for trapezoidal sheets......................................................................................................17

A.1.1 General..................................................................................................................................................17

A.1.2 Depth of profile ....................................................................................................................................17

A.1.3 Depth of stiffeners ...............................................................................................................................18

A.1.4 Pitch ......................................................................................................................................................18

A.1.5 Widths of crown and valley ................................................................................................................19

A.1.6 Cover width ..........................................................................................................................................19

A.1.7 Radius of bends...................................................................................................................................20

A.1.8 Deviation from straightness ...............................................................................................................21

A.1.9 Deviation from squareness.................................................................................................................22

A.1.10 Length ...................................................................................................................................................22

A.1.11 Deviation of side lap............................................................................................................................23

A.1.12 Curve radius and angles .....................................................................................................................23

A.2 Tolerances for sinusoidal profiles .....................................................................................................24

A.3 Tolerances on tiles ..............................................................................................................................24

A.3.1 General..................................................................................................................................................24

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A.3.2 Depth of tile..........................................................................................................................................25

A.3.3 Web angular displacement (Figure A.12)..........................................................................................26

A.3.4 Pitch......................................................................................................................................................26

A.3.5 Width of crown and valley (Figure A.14)...........................................................................................26

A.3.6 Cover width ..........................................................................................................................................27

A.3.7 Radius of bends...................................................................................................................................27

A.3.8 Deviation from straightness...............................................................................................................28

A.3.9 Deviation from squareness ................................................................................................................28

A.3.10 Length...................................................................................................................................................29

A.3.11 Contraction or bulging........................................................................................................................29

A.4 Methods for measuring profiles.........................................................................................................30

A.4.1 General .................................................................................................................................................30

A.4.2 Depth of profile ....................................................................................................................................30

A.4.3 Depth of stiffeners...............................................................................................................................30

A.4.4 Pitch......................................................................................................................................................30

A.4.5 Width of crown and valley ..................................................................................................................31

A.4.6 Cover width ..........................................................................................................................................32

A.4.7 Radius of bends...................................................................................................................................32

A.4.8 Straightness.........................................................................................................................................32

A.4.9 Squareness ..........................................................................................................................................32

A.4.10 Length...................................................................................................................................................32

A.4.11 Side laps...............................................................................................................................................32

A.4.12 Side lap ripple ......................................................................................................................................32

Annex B (informative) Test methods for concentrated load ........................................................................34

Bibliography......................................................................................................................................................35

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Foreword

This document (EN 506:2008) has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 128 “Roof covering for

discontinuous laying and products for wall cladding”, the secretariat of which is held by NBN.

This European Standard shall be given the status of a national standard, either by publication of an identical

text or by endorsement, at the latest by January 2009, and conflicting national standards shall be withdrawn at

the latest by January 2009.

Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of patent

rights. CEN [and/or CENELEC] shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights.

This document supersedes EN 506:2000.

According to the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations, the national standards organizations of the following

countries are bound to implement this European Standard: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech

Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia,

Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain,

Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
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Introduction

Figure 1 indicates the position of this standard in the CEN framework of standards concerning roofing

products of metal.
Roofing products of
metal
Self-supporting products Fully supported products
EN 14782
Copper /
Steel Aluminium Stainless steel
Zinc
EN 508-1 EN 508-2 EN 508-3
EN 506
Figure 1 — Framework of standards

In this standard the performance of the product has been defined in terms of calculation and a number of type

tests.

The performance of a roof constructed with these products depends not only on the properties of the product

as required by this standard, but also on the design, construction and performance of the roof as a whole in

relation to the environment and conditions of use.
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1 Scope

This European Standard specifies requirements for self-supporting roofing products for discontinuous laying

made from copper or zinc-copper-titanium alloy sheet with or without additional organic coatings.

The standard establishes general characteristics, definitions and labelling for the products, together with

requirements for the materials from which the products can be manufactured. It is intended to be used either

by manufacturers to ensure that their products comply with the requirements or by purchasers to verify that

the products comply before they are despatched from the factory. It specifies the requirements for products

which enable them to meet all normal service conditions.

The standard applies to all discontinuously laid self-supporting external profiled sheets for roofing with the

exception of tiles with a surface area less than 1 m and produced by stamping. These profiled roof sheets are

designed to keep wind, rain and snow out of the building and to transfer any resultant loads and infrequent

maintenance loads to the structure.

No requirements for supporting construction, design of roof system and execution of connections and

flashings are included.
2 Normative references

The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated

references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced

document (including any amendments) applies.

EN 988, Zinc and zinc alloys - Specifications for rolled flat products for building

EN 1172, Copper and copper alloys - Sheet and strip for building purposes
3 Terms and definitions, symbols and abbreviations
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.
3.1 General
3.1.1
self-supporting product

product which will, by virtue of its material and shape, support all applied loadings (e.g. snow, wind, foot

traffic) and transmit these loadings to discretely spaced structural supports.
3.2 Materials
3.2.1
copper

cold rolled copper sheets of grade Cu-DHP, phosphorus-deoxidized copper - high residual phosphorus

NOTE 1 The chemical composition is given in EN 1172.

NOTE 2 The system used for designating the materials specified in this standard is based on ISO 431 and ISO 1190-1.

3.2.2
zinc-copper-titanium

alloy made from zinc grade Z1 conforming to EN 1179, that is 99,995 % minimum zinc content, with addition of

alloying elements and the composition of which is as specified in EN 988
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3.2.3
organic coated zinc-copper-titanium

painted, laminated or coil coated (continuously organic coated) zinc-copper-titanium sheet

3.3 Profile definitions
3.3.1
trapezoidal profiled sheet

self-supporting sheet which is designed to allow it to be side and end lapped, the crowns of which may be

rounded and, in addition, the crowns, web and valley may be stiffened
NOTE See Figures 2 to 5.
Figure 2 — Part of typical trapezoidal profile
Figure 3 — Part of typical trapezoidal profile with rounded crowns
Figure 4 — Part of typical trapezoidal profile with stiffened crown and web
Figure 5 — Part of typical trapezoidal profile with stiffened valley
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3.3.2
sinusoidal profiled sheet

self-supporting sheet which is designed to allow it to be side and end lapped, comprising a series of arc

shaped crowns and valleys interconnected with tangential webs
NOTE See Figure 6.
Figure 6 — Part of typical sinusoidal profiled sheet
3.3.3
standing seam and concealed fix sheet

self-supporting sheet profiled in such a way that the fixings are hidden within the construction and are not

exposed to the weather
NOTE 1 See Figures 7 and 8.

NOTE 2 The profile shape is designed to allow the formation of side laps on site.

NOTE 3 As these types of roof covering products are used in proprietary roofing systems, no structural requirements

are given within this standard.
NOTE 4 These products are normally designed by testing.
Figure 7 — Typical standing seam profile
Figure 8 — Typical concealed fix profile
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3.3.4
tile profiles

parts of typical tile profiled sheets that can allow the sheet to be side and/or end lapped

NOTE 1 See figures 9a, 9b and 9c.
NOTE 2 The tile profiles may include transverse steps.

NOTE 3 As these types of roof covering products are used in proprietary systems no structural requirements are given

within this standard.
NOTE 4 These products are normally designed by testing.
Figure 9 — Typical tile profiles
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3.4 Product geometry

NOTE The names for various parts of typical trapezoidal profiles sheets are given in Figures 10 a) and 10 b), with

additional definitions for sinusoidal profiles in Figure 11 and tile profiles in Figure 12.

Key
1 Cover width 7 Depth
2 Valley stiffener 8 Valley
3 Rib 9 Pitch
4 Web stiffener 10 Crown
5 Trough 11 Drainage groove
6 Web 12 Crown stiffener
a) Definitions of the parts of typical trapezoidal profiled sheets
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Key
1 Bend radius
2 End lap
3 Web angle
4 Overlap
5 Underlap
6 Side lap in principle the same on tiles
b) Definitions of the parts of typical trapezoidal profiled sheets
Figure 10: Definitions of the parts of typical profiled sheets
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Key
1 Depth
2 Pitch
Figure 10 — Definitions of the parts of typical sinusoidal profiled sheets
Key
1 Height of the step
2 Length of the step
3 Number of steps
4 End lap
Figure 11 — Definitions of the parts of typical tile
3.5 Symbols and abbreviations
Cu-DHP see 3.2.1.
Zn-Cu-Ti Zinc-copper-titanium (see EN 988)
For Zn-Cu-Ti-alloy with additional organic coatings or chemical treatment:
AY indicating acrylic paint coating
SP indicating polyester paint coating
SP-SI indicating silicone-modified polyester paint coating
PVDF indicating polyvinylidenefluoride paint coating
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PVC(P) indicating polyvinylchloride (plastisol) coating, applied by coil coating process

PW preweathered surface by chemical treatment
4 Requirements
4.1 General
The product shall be manufactured from materials complying with 4.2.

NOTE The supplier of the materials is responsible for carrying out the tests necessary to verify that the materials

supplied to the manufacturer comply with the requirements and should provide appropriate inspection documents

(according to EN 10204) on request.
A permanent quality system shall be adopted by the manufacturer .
4.2 Materials
4.2.1 Copper
The copper used shall be of grade Cu-DHP in accordance with EN 1172.
4.2.2 Organic coatings or chemical treatments on zinc-copper-titanium

Organic coating or chemical treatment shall be selected depending on processing and service conditions.

For the purposes of this standard, the coating systems shall be as given in Table 1.

NOTE The coatings referred to in this standard are mainly used for decorative purposes.

Table 1 — Factory applied organic coatings or chemical treatment
Type of coating Designation
Factory applied coatings Acrylic AY
Polyester SP
Silicone-modified polyester SP-SI
Polyvinylidene fluoride PVDF
Polyvinyl chloride (Plastisol) PVC(P)
Chemical treatment Preweathered surface PW

The reverse side coating should be chosen as appropriate. This is required for handling, storage and for

corrosion protection in some conditions.
4.2.3 Material tolerances

The tolerances on material thicknesses shall be in accordance with EN 1172 for copper products and EN 988

for zinc-copper-titanium products.
E.g. quality management system based on EN ISO 9001.
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4.3 Products
4.3.1 Mechanical resistance

The product shall resist the design loads from snow, wind and maintenance. These loads shall be factored

such that they will not impair the performance of the roof in any respect.

NOTE The load level, the levels of safety and permissible deflection are defined in national building regulations.

4.3.2 Calculation

The mechanical performance of the product shall be stated by the manufacturer, together with details of how

the values were determined in accordance with the national regulations of the country in which the products is

to be used.

NOTE 1 No European Standard is available for calculation for this type of product.

NOTE 2 Calculation and test methods referred to in this standard, mainly deal with trapezoidal sheets. Tiles, standing

seam sheets and concealed fix sheets are used in proprietary roofing system; no structural requirements are given within

this standard for these products.
These products should normally be designed by testing.
4.3.3 Dimensions

The dimensions of the product shall be fixed in order that the roof constructed with these products can fulfil its

functions.
4.3.4 Dimensional tolerances for the profiled sheets

Tolerances for the profile shape of the product and methods of measurement shall be in accordance with

Annex A.
4.3.5 Safety in case of fire

Until the withdrawal of national technical specifications, products coated with organic coatings shall comply

with these specifications.

NOTE The withdrawal of national technical specifications will occur in the European Union at the end of the

transitional period of EN 14782.
5 Test methods
5.1 Material properties

Test methods for material properties are given in the appropriate material standards as detailed in 4.2.

5.2 Structural properties

The performance of the product under distributed load shall be determined in accordance with 4.3.1 and 4.3.2.

The performance of the product under concentrated load shall be stated by the manufacturer with reference to

the method used to determine the results.

NOTE Safety under the load from people and the risk of permanent deformation are dependent on many factors,

such as slope of roof, method of installation, etc. Methods for testing the strength under concentrated load are not yet

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available on a European level. Information on national standards is given in Annex B. Rules for installation are given in

some national codes.
6 Designation
Products covered by this standard shall be designated as follows:
 type of product according to the designation of the manufacturer;
 European standard number;
 nominal thickness;
 material (designation of material) (see 3.2 and 3.5);
 length;
 length of step (only for tiles).
7 Marking, labelling and packaging
7.1 Marking and labelling

At least the following information shall be marked on a label attached to every pack, bundle or delivery unit:

 name or registered identification of the manufacturer;
 product designation (see clause 6);
 order number;
 ordered dimension and quantity;
 gross mass (kg).
7.2 Packaging and special ordering conditions

The packaging requirements and any special requirements to take account of particular conditions shall be

agreed between manufacturer and purchaser at the time of ordering.
7.3 Transport, storage and handling

Any instructions regarding handling or storage shall be clearly visible on the package.

NOTE 1 The packages should be supported by means of battens providing sufficient space to permit good ventilation

while avoiding any permanent deformation of the sheets. The packages should be inclined in order to promote drainage.

The packages should be stored under a covered warehouse or under a cover made from tarpaulin over a frame. The

frame should allow sufficient space between tarpaulin and packages to allow air to circulate.

NOTE 2 Moisture, in particular condensation inside packages, can lead to the formation of stains, e.g. white rust on

zinc-copper-titanium, and if there is prolonged contact with moisture, there can be further aesthetic damage to the product.

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During transportation pressure spots or frictions marks can appear on the surfaces as a result of friction when packing

allows movement between neighbouring surfaces.

NOTE 3 If severe service conditions are expected during transportation, storage or processing, the product can be

supplied with an additional protection of a temporary, strippable film, wax or oil, by agreement.

Type, thickness, adhesion properties, formability, tear strength and light fastness should be taken into consideration when

choosing protective films. All protective films can only be exposed to outdoor weathering for a limited period without

deterioration.
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Annex A
(normative)
Dimensional tolerances
A.1 Tolerances for trapezoidal
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