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TITAN CB24 COMMERCIAL BIN 30 ° ROOF ERECTION MANUAL 02-28-08 347862 - MANUAL CHIEF42 CB24
TITAN CB24 COMMERCIAL BIN 30 ° ROOF ERECTION MANUAL 02-28-08 347862 - MANUAL CHIEF42 CB24

TITAN CB24 COMMERCIAL BIN 30° ROOF ERECTION MANUAL

02-28-08

347862 - MANUAL CHIEF42 CB24 TITAN 30< ROOF

INDEX

Section 1 – Grain Bin Specifications

Section 2 – Bin Erection

Section 3 – #24 Bin Roof

A. Part Identification

B. Pre-Assembly

C. Roof Assembly

D. Roof Panel Assembly

E. Cap Flashing

Section 4 – Typical Roof Accessories

A. Top Lid

B. Manhole Lid

C. Working Ring

D. Roof Ladders

E. Roof Vents

Section 5 – Temperature Cable Supports Installation

A. General Consideration

B. Temperature Cable Supports

Section 6 – Sidewall and Stiffener Gauge Chart

Section 7 – Sidewall Erection

A. Sidewall Sheets and Stiffeners

B. Laminated Sheet Installation

C. Base Angle Detail

D. Titan One Ring Door

E. Bin Stiffener Anchor

F. Transition Stiffeners

G. Stiffener Upgrades for Goal Posts

Section 8 – Wind Rings

Section 9 – Miscellaneous

A. Maintenance Instructions

B. Comment Sheet

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Manual Revisions

Date:

Revision Made

10-12-05

Dimension for blocking needed to compress stiffeners added

10-19-05

Changed that all rafters must be attached to a 2 ring top stiffener

10-25-05

Changed temperature cable bracket installation

10-25-05

Changed roof ring connector

10-26-05

Changed door installation instructions

11-11-05

Changed 3 Stiffened Bins have Roof Ring brackets at every stiffener

01-16-06

Changed to show holes added on horizontal seam of sidewall sheets between

01-25-06

stiffener holes Updated gauge chart – Removed all 20ga stiffeners

02-17-06

Changed peak heights – 2” higher

03-28-06

Updated Temperature Cable Installation

09-20-06

Changed Standoff to 2 Parts – Updated Manual

10-25-06

Updated Roof Weights

11-06-06

Changed Bins 25 rings and taller to show additional holes in roof panel ribs.

01-29-07

Changed Rafter Clips. Updated Manual.

02-06-07

Changed Working Ring Bracket.

03-13-07

Changed Door

03-22-07

Added Section for Stiffener Upgrades for Goal Posts

02-28-08

Changed Wind Ring Couplers

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Section 1 – Grain Bin Specifications

1. GENERAL DESIGN INFORMATION

a) All Chief Industries grain bins are designed for storage and handling of 49.5 PCF (793 kg/m 3 ) free flowing grain (52.5 PCF (841 kg/m 3 ) compacted grain @ 6%). Grain fill level shall not exceed 1" (25.4 mm) down from eave.

b) Storage of products other than grain (products heavier than 49.5 PCF (793 kg/m 3 ), products having unusual flow characteristics or unusual corrosive properties) must be approved by Chief Industries' Engineering Department prior to quoting. Storage of soybean meal or meat scraps or other non-flowing products in standard tanks will void the warranty.

c) Each individual sidewall ring has been designed to accommodate the vertical and horizontal wall loads imposed by the stored grain. Sheeting gauge and design strength for each ring is individually analyzed for all bin sizes. Also, stiffener gauges and design strengths are individually determined for each bin's full sidewall height range. All steel materials are purchased in accordance with the applicable ASTM Standard.

d) All bolted connections are designed using high strength bolts which meet the specifications of the applicable ASTM or SAE Standards.

e) All bins must be filled uniformly at the center and unloaded through the center discharge only, until grain no longer flows by gravity. Bins filled or emptied off-center will void the warranty; except approved sidedraw systems.

f) All Galvanized Steel used for storage and drying bins conform to ASTM specification A653 and the Galvanized coating to A924, TYPE G-115; 1.15 oz/ft. 2 (Z350; 350 gm/m 2 ) total for both sides as follows:

22

Ga. Thickness & lighter = CS TYPE A; 33ksi min yield (grade 230)

18

& 20 Ga Thickness = SS Grade 40, Class I; 40ksi min yield (grade 275)

17

Ga. Thickness & heavier = SS Grade 50, Class I; 50ksi min yield (grade 340) (Please note: SS = Structural Steel)

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2. ROOF DESIGN

All roofs are certified to withstand normally anticipated environmental and service conditions.

IMPORTANT:

Roof peak loads in excess of specified rating can cause structural roof damage and will void all bin warranties.

A) J-Rib Roof Design 1) The CB5 thru CB11 grain bin roofs are available standard with a 35 o slope. The CB9 thru CB11 bin roofs are designed to incorporate a structural bridging ring. These roofs have 4 roof panels per sidewall sheet and are certified for 90mph (145 km/hr) wind with 17 PSF (0.79 kPa) ground snow load plus roof dead load and concentrated peak load of 1000 LB (454 kg) with a 30" (762 mm) peak ring diameter.

2) Structural roof framing (grey iron roof) is available on all bins CB5-CB11. These roofs are certified for 90 mph wind (145 km/hr) wind with a 30 PSF (1.44 kPa) ground snow load plus roof dead load and concentrated peak load of 3000 LB (1361 kg) with a 30" (762 mm) peak ring diameter.

3) The CB12 thru CB34 grain bin roofs have a 30 o roof slope and utilize a complete structural framing system which supports loads independent of the roof panels. The CB12 and CB16 bin roofs are certified for 90 mph (145 km/hr) wind with a 30 PSF (1.44 kPa) ground snow load plus roof dead load and a concentrated peak load of 16,000 LB (7258 kg) with a 40" (1016 mm) peak ring diameter. CB18 through CB34 bin roofs are certified for 90 mph (145 km/hr) wind with a 30 PSF (1.44 kPa) ground snow load plus roof dead load and a concentrated peak load of 25,000 LB (11338 kg) with a 72" (1829mm) peak ring diameter.

4) WORKING RINGS: Standard on all #5 thru #34 bins. Constructed of 1-1/2” (38mm) pipe and provides a continuous ring around the center and is attached with heavy gauge brackets located on top of roof ribs, close to roof cap.

B) V-Rib Roof Design

1) All CBU & CBUE Storage and Drying Bins are designed for 90 mph (145 km/hr) with a 30 PSF (1.44 kPa) (ground snow load plus roof deadload). Additional concentrated load may be applied at the peak of the bin up to 3,500 lbs. (1588kg) for #5 thru #7 and 6,000 Ibs.(2722 kg) for #8 thru #12 bins with a 37" (940 mm) peak ring and up to 8,500 Ibs.(2949 kg) for #14 and #16 bins with a 60" (1.5 m) peak ring.

2) The roof pitch of CBU & CBUE Storage and Drying Bins is 35 0 for all #5 through #16 bins. Roof panels are 22 gauge and have four roof panels per sidewall sheet. One piece roof panels are standard for all roofs and feature 2-1/2"(64mm) deep ribs for #5 through #12 roofs and 4" (102 mm) deep ribs for #14 and #16 roofs. An optional eave sealer is available if desired.

3) Roof Rib Fasteners are 5/16" (8 mm) diameter JS500 zinc plated hex head type AB self-tapping screws with 5/8" (16 mm) O.D. bonded sealing washer facilitates quicker assembly of the bin roof and a positive, structural and weather resistant rib to rib connection.

4) Heavy gauge formed galvanized eave clips bolt directly to roof panel and wall sheet. Clips are adjustable with slotted holes to raise or lower roof as desired. "Hurricane Clips" are standard on all #14 and #16 bins. They are optional on #5 thru #12 bins for areas of prevailing high winds for added eave stability.

5) WORKING RINGS: Standard on all #5 thru #16 bins. Constructed of 1-1/2" (38mm) pipe and provides a continuous ring around the center and is attached with heavy gauge brackets located on top of roof ribs, close to roof cap.

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6) ROOF BRIDGING RINGS: One outside roof bridging ring is standard on all #10 thru #12 bins and optional for #7 thru #9 bins. Two roof bridging rings are standard for #14 and #16 bins. Rings are fabricated from heavy gauge 1-1/2" (38mm) diameter tube and threaded connectors expand to position the ring in place.

3. GRAIN BIN USAGE

a) CBU & CBUE UNSTIFFENED BIN SERIES

The Unstiffened bins are designed and intended for storage and drying of common small grains. This includes all models except for the 8 thru 10 rings tall bins which are used for storage (Not Drying) only. All unstiffened bins up through 7 rings tall will accommodate a stirring device consisting of no more than three down augers.

b) CB STIFFENED TO EAVE BIN SERIES

The CB Stiffened to Eave Bins may be used for all common drying applications, these bins are available in sizes CB #5 thru #16. If stirring devices consisting of more than six down augers are to be used, contact Chief Industries, Inc., for recommendations. This bin must be used when Stirway II's, Recirculating devices, and stirring devices with four or more down augers are to be installed.

Note: See detail on using Stirring Devices

4. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITIES

It is the responsibility of the General Contractor to insure that the complete bin system (bin, foundation, grain transport equipment, aeration equipment, and other accessory equipment) is constructed in a quality workmanship manner and that all equipment is installed per the respective manufacturer's instructions.

In addition, the General Contractor is responsible for the fitness of use of any system which he constructs. All accessory equipment incorporated into the system should be approved for the intended use of each respective equipment manufacturer.

a) Field Modifications and Erection Defects

Chief Industries, Inc., assumes no responsibility for field modifications or erection defects which create structural or storage quality problems. If any field modifications are necessary which are not specifically covered by the contents of our erection manual, contact Chief Industries, Inc., for approval of the field modifications. Any unauthorized modification or erection defect which affects the structural integrity of the Chief bin will be cause for immediate nullification of the Chief Grain Bin Warranty.

b) Concrete Information for Design and Construction

The suggested foundation designs shown in the bin erection manuals are based on the allowable soil bearing capacity of the undisturbed soil and should be checked by a

licensed engineering firm.

capacity, a professional engineer will need to be engaged by the contractor to design the foundation and floor slab accordingly. All suggested foundation designs must be approved by a licensed engineer in order to meet local governing building codes and local soil and weather conditions. Wall loads and floor pressure for standard Chief grain bins are available from Chief Industries, Inc., upon request. IMPORTANT: THE FINISHED FLOOR SURFACE MUST BE LEVEL AT THE BIN WALL

LOCATION.

ADEQUATE SHIMMING CAN CAUSE

SIDEWALL. FAULTY CONCRETE WORK OR SHIM OMISSION WILL NULLIFY THE BIN'S WARRANTY.

Using soil borings to determine the allowable soil bearing

LOW SPOTS IN PERIMETER WALL ELEVATION WITHOUT

STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO THE BIN

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The suggested concrete foundation designs must not be used in conjunction with unload and aeration tunnels. Concrete and reinforcing bar requirements must be determined by a certified professional engineer. The design must consider soil bearing capacity, soil consolidation, footing requirements, tunnel requirements and the interaction of all foundation components under loaded condition. Non-uniform settlement of the foundation can cause severe structural damage to bin and foundation. An improperly designed or constructed foundation will void all aspects of the bin warranty. It is the responsibility of the General Contractor to insure that an adequate foundation is provided for the bin.

5. ACCESSORY EQUIPMENT

All accessory equipment should be installed and maintained in accordance with each individual supplier’s installation and operation instructions. However, if any sidewall penetrations or other modifications to Chief Industries, Inc., standard bin design are required, refer to bin erection manual or contact Chief Industries, Inc., for special recommendations. Do Not Modify Bin Design Without Chief Approval. It is the responsibility of the General Contractor to insure that all equipment is properly installed and that the equipment is compatible with the intended use. A qualified electrician should be contracted to complete all electrical wiring and servicing.

Chief Industries, Inc., provides no warranty concerning parts, accessories or equipment not manufactured by Chief Industries, Inc.

a) Roof Peak Service Loads

When determining the service loads on the roof peak, the weight of all accessory equipment suspended or supported by the peak should be considered. The weights should be calculated using the equipment dead load plus the operating load. For example, the weight of an overhead conveyor should include the catwalk, conveyor head assembly, motors, drives, downspouts, discharges and weight of grain when in operation. If conveyor and catwalk design is such that snow build up is likely during winter months, snow load must be added in the peak load calculation. If a temperature cable is suspended from peak add 1000 lbs. (452 kg.) per 40 foot (12.2 m) of cable length to the peak's service load. Interpolate value for intermediate cable length; i.e., 60 foot (18.3 m) cable would exert 1500 lbs. (680 kg), of load.

b) Bin Loading Equipment Center filling through the peak opening is required for all bins. Off center loading will create unequal pressures on the bin wall and result in structural damage. If downspouting is to be used, it is recommended that a dead head or cushion box be used to promote uniform filling. Also, the use of spreaders or splash plates are recommended for distributing the grain fines, promoting uniform air flow through grain and leveling the grain peak.

IMPORTANT: FILL CONVEYORS AND THE CATWALK MUST NOT BE SUPPORTED

BY STANDARD GRAIN BIN WALL. USE

SUPPORT OVERHEAD CONVEYORS OR CB STIFFENED BINS WITH UPGRADED STIFFENERS TO SUPPORT THIS TYPE OF LOAD.

INDEPENDENT SUPPORT TOWERS TO

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c) Bin Unloading Equipment

All bins must be unloaded through center discharge. If intermediate wells are installed in the floor, they must not be opened until all gravity flow through the center well has ceased. Therefore, center and intermediate wells must have separate control rods. The center well's sweep auger pivot should be centered in the bin to insure unobstructed sweep rotation. If unloading auger exits through bin wall, thoroughly seal around auger tube to prevent moisture and airflow leakage. Reinforcing of sidewall sheets will be necessary if auger exits through the bin wall at a point exposed to direct grain pressure. Contact Chief Industries, Inc., for reinforcing recommendations.

IMPORTANT: HIGH UNLOADING RATES CAN CREATE A VACUUM INSIDE BIN. IF UNLOADING RATES EXCEED 5000 BUSHELS (125 MT) PER HOUR, A MINIMUM OF ONE FREE INTAKE VENT (GOOSE NECK VENT RECOMMENDED) MUST BE INSTALLED. ONE UNOBSTRUCTED STANDARD CALDWELL BIN VENT WILL PROVIDE ADEQUATE VENTING UP TO AN UNLOADING RATE OF 80,000 BPH (2000 MT/HR). IF SUBSTANTIALLY HIGHER RATES ARE NEEDED, PLEASE CONTACT CHIEF INDUSTRIES FOR A RECOMMENDED VENT REQUIREMENT.

Sidedraw baffle systems may be installed in the bin sizes specified in Chief catalog. Also, the Chief Industries, Inc., sidedraw unit is the only approved type of sidedraw system that can be installed in a Chief grain bin.

IMPORTANT: ANY SIDEDRAW UNIT IMPROPERLY INSTALLED IN A CHIEF BIN WITHOUT CHIEF INDUSTRIES' APPROVAL, OR SIDEDRAW UNITS MANUFACTURED BY OTHER THAN CHIEF INDUSTRIES, INC., COULD RESULT IN STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO THE BIN AND WILL VOID THE BIN WARRANTY.

d) Temperature Cables

Temperature cables can be installed in all standard Chief bins; the number and location of temperature cables for each bin size are listed in the temperature cable installation section of the erection manual.

Temperature cable support kits supplied by Chief Industries, Inc., are available and must be used whenever temperature cables are installed. Be sure to allow adequate clearance for sweep augers or other internal equipment. Follow temperature cable manufacturer's recommendations for shortening temperature cables if necessary, provide adequate sealant where temperature cable lead wire exits the bins.

IMPORTANT: SUPPORT OF TEMPERATURE CABLES BY ANY MEANS OTHER THAN CHIEF INDUSTRIES' RECOMMENDED SUPPORT KITS MAY CAUSE STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO THE BIN ROOF AND WILL NULLIFY THE CHIEF GRAIN BIN WARRANTY.

IMPORTANT: All TEMPERATURE CABLES SHOULD BE SECURED TO FLOOR TO PREVENT CABLE FROM DRIFTING TOWARD BIN WALL DURING FILLING. THE USE OF LIGHT TWINE OR MONOFILAMENT LINE SECURED TO A RECESSED ANCHOR IS RECOMMENDED.

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e) Fans and Transitions

Aeration fans should be sized in accordance with Chief's specifications for the particular bin being considered.

All fans must be installed per Chief's recommendations and leveled prior to operation. A qualified electrician should be contracted to complete all electrical wiring and servicing.

The transition through the bin wall must be thoroughly sealed around the outside of the transition entrance collar to prevent airflow leakage. Use of strip caulking in combination with flashing provided by the transition manufacturer is recommended. If the transition interrupts a stiffener line, the special transition stiffener available from Chief Industries, Inc., must be installed as described in the erection manual. Also, if the transition enters through the bin's bottom sidewall sheet (full floor aeration and tube aeration), adequate reinforcing of the bottom sidewall sheet must be added. Contact Chief Industries, Inc., for recommendations. Standard drying bins do not require reinforcing of bottom sidewall sheet as long as transition enters below the false floor level.

f) Heaters

The heater unit must be properly matched with the fan size to be used. Heater unit and fan must be compatible, and it is recommended that both units be supplied by the same manufacturer to insure compatibility and safety. Heater unit installation and servicing should only be completed by personnel properly trained by the manufacturer of products being used. The fan and heater need to be located on the bin to assure uniform airflow to the bin. The units should be located at a position 180 0 from the outlet of the withdrawal tube.

DANGER: Fuel tanks, lines and all valves must be compatible with the type of fuel to be used. Failure to use certified fuel tanks, lines or valves can result in death or severe personal injury.

DANGER: Never use anhydrous ammonia tanks or improperly modified fuel tanks for L.P. gas storage.

DANGER: L.P. fuel flow control regulators must be installed as recommended by heater unit manufacturer.

DANGER: Natural gas flow regulators at the service entrance must be installed by natural gas supplier and must not be modified.

The drying temperature should be established based on the type of grain to be dried. Contact Chief for optimum drying temperature. Excessive heat can result in grain

damage, overdrying and potential

grain fires.

CAUTION: When drying sunflower seeds, the drying temperature should not exceed 105 o Fahrenheit (41 0 Celcius). Higher temperatures can result in sunflower oil combustion.

g) Aeration Floors

Chief recommends the use of channellock floors with steel supports for full floor applications. Commercial applications, (floors loaded and unloaded more than once per year) and bins with a total grain depth of 60' (18.3 m) or greater require an 18 gauge (1.3 mm) floor. The floor layout support spacing must be followed for the particular bin being constructed. Floor supports, fan locations and auger tube should be oriented as shown in the manufacturer's floor plan to insure optimum airflow movement.

Corrugated perforated floors require a concrete block and lumber support system. Concrete block and lumber floor supports are not recommended in bins larger than the #13 or bins taller than eight rings. Airflow restrictions when using concrete block and lumber can significantly reduce the air flow efficiency.

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h) Roof Ventilation

Any grain bins using forced air for aeration or drying must be provided with sufficient exhaust or intake vents to prevent excessive internal pressures, either positive or negative. The vent supplier should be consulted for ventilation requirements on each project, with the specific bin size, grain type and depth, fan size and floor type taken into consideration. Chief Industries, Inc., does not recommend the use of negative aeration systems. In the event that negative aeration is to be used, the intake vent requirement should be sized for the bin in the empty condition.

IMPORTANT: ROOF VENT MUST BE FREE OF DEBRIS OR OTHER OBSTRUCTIONS PRIOR TO OPERATION OF FANS.

POWER FANS SHOULD NOT BE OPERATED WHEN AMBIENT TEMPERATURE IS BELOW 35 o FAHRENHEIT (2 o Celsius) DUE TO POTENTIAL OF VENT ICING.

OBSTRUCTED OR ICED VENTS CAN SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASE INTERNAL TO EXTERNAL PRESSURE DIFFERENTIAL AND COULD RESULT IN STRUCTURAL

DAMAGE TO BIN ROOF, WALL OR

BOTH.

i) Stirring Device

Stirring devices can be installed in any drying bin, with the limitations discussed in Section 3. The bins storage capacity will be reduced when installing a stirring device. Drying bin storage capacities listed in the Chief catalog should be used with the additional capacity reduction for down auger drive unit clearance. Inside ladders may require short brackets for wall attachment to provide clearance for the stirring device.

CAUTION: The grain level must not be filled above the stirring device. Grain pressure on the stirring device could cause roof or stirring device damage.

Down augers may require shortening in order to provide minimum floor clearance of 3"-5" (76mm -127 mm) or additional clearance for sweep augers. Manufacturers down auger shortening procedure should be followed.

j) Recirculators or Continuous Flow

Recirculators can only be installed in CB bins. These devices should be installed as instructed by the manufacturer and with the following additional considerations:

a. Consult floor manufacturer for recommended floor reinforcing measures at base of recirculator.

b. If transfer auger exits through roof panels, provide sealant around auger tube to prevent water leakage.

c. The weight of the transfer auger must not be supported by the roof panels. The transfer auger should be supported by the recirculator boot and an adjacent bin or independent support.

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Section 2 – Bin Erection

Chief Industries, Inc. will not assume any responsibility for parts damaged due to faulty or improper erection procedures.

Chief Industries, Inc. recommends that Bin Jacks be used for all bins taller than 8 rings and all bins larger than 30’ in diameter.

WARNING:

The allowable lifting capacity of the BIN JACKS must never be exceeded. Always check Bin weight to insure a safe and trouble free erection.

Grain Bin Color Codes

Chief Grain Bins are color coded based on bin diameter. Components such as Roof Rafters, Wind Rings, and Base Angle will be marked with the following Color Codes to help identify them.

Bin Size

Color Code

Bin Size

Color Code

#12

Yellow/Black

#22

Blue

#13

Green/Black

#24

Brown

#14

Orange/Black

#26

Yellow

#16

Red

#30

Green

#18

Black

#34

Orange

#20

Pink

A. Suggested Erection Equipment

Impact Wrench & Sockets Vise Grips Level Ladders

Wrenches Alignment Punches Drill and Drill Bits Bin Jacks

Crescent Wrench Rubber Mallet Extension Cords Screw Gun

7/16” bin bolts use 5/8” on the head of the bolt and 11/16” on the nut. 5/16” bin bolts use 1/2” on the head of the bolt and nut.

1/2” bolts in the roof structure use 3/4” on the head of the bolt and nut.

Bolt Buckets are Color Coded with a Dot as Shown Below.

Bolt Size

Color Code

5/16”

Blue

7/16”

Red

1/2”

Green

5/8”

Yellow

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B. Checking Shipment

Check your shipment at the time of pickup and delivery against the packing list furnished with the shipment. If a shortage exists or if any damaged material is evident, note such shortage or damage on the freight bill before you sign for the shipment.

Claims of shortages will not be honored after thirty days from receipt of shipment. Parts that are short or damaged are the responsibility of the delivering carrier, not the manufacturer or dealer.

It is advisable to reorder damaged or missing parts immediately so that there will be no delay in erecting the bin. After receiving the invoice for the reordered material, file a claim with the delivering carrier at once.

The galvanized panels leave our plant in prime condition; store off the floor in a heated room if possible. If stored outside, place panels down, off the ground. Upon arrival of shipment if you are not certain whether or not moisture is present, store panels on edge or on end allowing 1/4“ air space between panels until dry. Exposure to trapped moisture can cause white rust, which will void the warranty.

C. Stop and Study

Before beginning erection of the bin, take the time to thoroughly study the construction methods in this manual. It will save you both time and money.

Important:

The peak load capacities listed under Auxiliary Roof Loads must not be exceeded. If your application will exceed the listed values, contact Chief Industries for recommendations.

Chief Industries makes no warranty concerning parts, accessories or equipment not manufactured by Chief Industries.

D. Sight Selection

Choose a site that has good drainage away from the bin so that water will not stand around the bin. The soil should be firm and preferably without fill. If fill is required, water and compact the fill material to avoid uneven settlement. A field investigation of the soil bearing conditions is recommended especially for larger grain bins where the foundation loads and floor pressure become large. A licensed engineering firm should be employed to take soil borings, determine the maximum allowable soil pressure and design the bin foundations and floor slab accordingly.

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E. Bin Jack Erection

Position the structure you provided to hold the Inner Ring at its approximate height, centering the Inner Ring on the center of the Bin.

Use at least one Bin Jack per Sidewall Sheet. (For example, on the #18 Bin, use 18 Bin Jacks, etc.)

The application of one bin jack per sidewall sheet will minimize sidewall distortion during erection. Failure to use the proper quantity of jacks may result in inward-outward lay of the bin sidewall or even permanent distortion of the bin sidewall sheets.

The recommendation of at least one Bin Jack per sidewall sheet is based on keeping the bin round, refer to the warning below, and make sure the lifting capacity of the jack is sufficient for the weight of the bin. Note that all jacks may not shift equally, Therefore make sure the lifting capacity rating by the jack manufacturing is met.

Therefore make sure the lifting capacity rating by the jack manufacturing is met. Page 15 MANUAL

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F. Assembling Sidewall Sheets

All bolts are washer head bolts with sealing washers S.A.E. Grade 8, with whiz flange nuts. Grade 8 bolts are marked with six radial lines on the bolt head as shown. If these descriptions do not correspond with the bolts shipped with the bin, please contact the customer service department immediately. Do not substitute any other Bolts.

department immediately. Do not substitute any other Bolts. Bin bolts must be TIGHT . The following

Bin bolts must be TIGHT. The following table contains recommended minimum and maximum torque values.

BOLT DIA.

TORQUE

FT.

LBS

(INCHES)

MINIMUM

MAXIMUM

5/16"

22

28

7/16"

60

75

Tighten the bin bolts from the inside of the bin (nut end of the bolt) to eliminate “spin off” of the sealing washer.

USE ONLY THOSE BOLTS SUPPLIED BY CHIEF INDUSTRIES. THE SUBSTITUTION OF BOLTS FROM OTHER SOURCES IS NOT PERMITTED.

SUBSTITUTION OF BOLTS FROM OTHER SOURCES IS NOT PERMITTED. The top 2 rings of the bin

The top 2 rings of the bin and the roof should be assembled on the concrete bin floor. Attach the lifting brackets to the bolts at the endlaps of the sidewall sheets. The lifting brackets must be attached to the endlap by at least 8 standard bin bolts.

NOTE: Proper bolting sequence MUST be followed at all times.

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The Titan Sign Sheet must be installed in the second ring as shown in figures below.

be installed in th e second ring as shown in figures below. (Shown installed on a

(Shown installed on a 2 stiffened bin)

in figures below. (Shown installed on a 2 stiffened bin) (Shown installed on a 3 stiffened

(Shown installed on a 3 stiffened bin)

Install the Titan Sign Sheet by field drilling (6) six ½” holes in the Titan Sign Sheet and stiffeners as shown above. Bolt the Titan Sign Sheet to the stiffeners with (6) six 7/16” bolts.

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Assembling top ring

Locate the proper gauge of sidewall sheets needed for the top ring from the gauge chart. Lap and caulk sheets as shown below. Locate top stiffeners and install on top ring.

Note: Top Sheets have special punching on the top of the sheet at the stiffener holes for the rafter to attach to. Leave bolts out of top (4) stiffener holes until eave brackets are attached.

top (4) stiffener holes unt il eave brackets are attached. Wipe off the outside ends of

Wipe off the outside ends of all the Sidewall Sheets to remove excess oil so that the Strip Caulking will adhere to the metal. Place the Strip Caulking as near to the vertical inside edge of sheet at every vertical seam.

On Bins 12 gauge or heavier a horizontal strip of caulking is needed on the inside at the center bottom of the Sidewall sheet located on the hill near to the bottom holes. This strip of caulking should fit where the endlap of the next ring Sidewall Sheets bolts up to this location.

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G. Roof Panel Location

The rafters need to be bolted directly behind a top 2 ring stiffener, the roof panel rib will line up directly above the rafter from the peak to the eave. (There is 1 Rafter and 4 roof panels per sidewall sheet.)

from the peak to the eave. (There is 1 Rafter and 4 roof panels per sidewall
from the peak to the eave. (There is 1 Rafter and 4 roof panels per sidewall

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H. Crane and Jack Capacities

Crane Capacity:

The total roof dead load for each of the respective bin roof sizes is shown in the table below. This weight includes the roof panels and all structural members (roof beams, compression rings, bolts, ect.)

When determining the crane capacity necessary to erect the roof structure, the booming distance must be considered. If the cane sizes available will not lift the roof structure (using one crane), two cranes may be used, utilizing a spreader bar. The spreader bar must be adequately designed to carry the entire roof dead weight.

Peak Heights

All peak heights listed below are to the bottom of the peak ring from the ground with (2) Titan sidewall sheet rings installed. Deduct 42 1/2” from the peak heights when only one ring of sidewall sheets are installed.

Model

Peak Height

CB18

20’ - 8 7/8”

CB20

22’ – 6 5/16”

CB22

24’ – 3 3/4”

CB24

26’ – 1 1/8”

CB26

27’ – 10 9/16”

CB30

31’ – 5 7/16”

CB34

35’ – 0 5/16”

WARNING!! OVERLOADING CRANE CAPCITY CAN RESULT IN SUBSTANCIAL PROPERTY DAMAGE OR SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY. ALWAYS CHECK CRANE CAPACITY PRIOR TO LIFTING ROOF STRUCUTRE

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Weight in Pounds (lbs.)

 

#34

#30

#26

#24

#22

#20

#18

Single Rafter

660

550

400

300

250

230

200

2 Rafter

1,450

1,200

850

700

600

550

450

3 Rafters

2,300

1,825

1,350

1,075

950

850

675

Total Roof w/o Roof Panels

31,250

23,650

15,350

11,925

9,900

8,525

5,750

Total Roof w/ Roof Panels

50,000

38,400

26,600

21,000

17,500

15,000

11,000

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Section 3 - #24 Bin Roof

A. Part Identification

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B. Pre-Assembly

After the top two rings of the bin are built and stiffeners are added, brackets need attached to the sidewall and rafters, pre-assemble these brackets on the ground before raising the roof will speed up erection time.

Top Angle

Attach top angle to inside of top ring as shown with 5/16” x 3/4” Bin Bolts.

Angle Attach top angle to inside of top ring as shown with 5/16” x 3/4” Bin

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Roof Ring Brackets

Attach Roof Ring brackets to the inside of the top sidewall sheet behind the stiffener with 7/16” x 1-1/2” bin bolts. There is one Roof Ring Bracket per sidewall sheet on 2 stiffened bins. On 3 stiffened bins there is two Roof Ring Brackets per sidewall sheet.

bins. On 3 stiffened bins there is two Roof Ring Brackets per sidewall sheet. MANUAL CHIEF42

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C. Roof Assembly

Raise the peak ring to the correct height as shown and begin attaching rafter to the peak ring and eave brackets with 1/2” x 1-1/2” bolt with washers on the brackets. Attach 4 sets of rafters equally spaced around the bin and check to insure peak ring is level, and then install all other beams. Leave all bolts loose in the structure until all rafters and cross members and struts are installed.

Refer to the drawing below for sequence of beams. Refer to the part identification page at the beginning of this section to determine proper rafters.

the beginning of this secti on to determine proper rafters. All Rafter to rafter connections are

All Rafter to rafter connections are 1/2” x 1-1/2” bolts.

determine proper rafters. All Rafter to rafter connections are 1/2” x 1-1/2” bolts. Page 25 MANUAL

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Ring Segment Clips

Attach the ring segment clip to every rafter as shown; using 1/2” x 1-1/2” bolts.

Attach the ring segment clip to every raft er as shown; using 1/2” x 1-1/2” bolts.

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Detail at Eave

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Ring Segments

After all rafters are installed, begin installing ring segments to the clips that are bolted to the rafters as shown. Install ring segments with 1/2” x 1-1/2” bolts with washers against the ring segment.

ring segm ents with 1/2” x 1-1/2” bolt s with washers against the ring segment. Page
ring segm ents with 1/2” x 1-1/2” bolt s with washers against the ring segment. Page

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Roof Struts

Attach upper Roof Strut with 1/2” x 1-1/2” bolts between center set of holes on Rafters “B” as shown. An Upper Roof Strut is placed between every rafter as shown below.

“B” as shown. An Upper Roof Strut is placed be tween every rafter as shown below.

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Attach Middle Roof Strut with 1/2” x 1-1/2” bolts to back side of upper ring segment and center set of holes on Rafter “B” as shown. A middle Roof Strut is placed on every upper ring segment as shown below.

as shown. A middle Roof Strut is placed on every upper ring segment as shown below.

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Attach Lower Roof Strut with 1/2” x 1-1/2” bolts to inside of the lower ring
Attach Lower Roof Strut with 1/2” x 1-1/2” bolts to inside of the lower ring segment and center
set of holes on Rafters “A” and “B” as shown. A lower roof strut is placed on every lower ring
segment as shown below.
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Eave Brackets

Attach Left Hand and Right Hand Eave Brackets to the inside of the top sidewall sheet behind the 2 ring top stiffener, with 7/16” x 1-1/2” bin bolts with bolt head inside the bin, as shown. (Note: one L.H. and one R.H. Eave Bracket per sidewall sheet equally spaced around the bin)

one L.H. and one R.H. Eave Bracket pe r sidewall sheet equally spaced around the bin)

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Roof Ring

After all the structure is assembled, place the segments of roof ring pipe thru the eave brackets and roof ring brackets as shown, there are 2 roof ring connectors are used to connect every roof ring segment. Leave roof rings approx. 5” apart until all connectors are installed. Attach the connectors to the pipe with 5/8” x 4” bolts. When all roof ring segments and connectors are installed, begin tightening the connectors by turning the nut on the connector to draw the pipe together at every connector, as much as possible until rafters start to arc slightly, check to make sure the pipe is not bound up against the brackets.

to arc slightly, check to make sure the pipe is not bound up against the brackets.

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D. Roof Panel Assembly

Lower Roof Panel Assembly

Install bottom standoff angle centered on top side of ring segment as shown. Place row or strip caulking on standoff angle where the lower roof sheets will be attached. Use 5/16” x 1-1/4” bin bolts (heads on outside of bin) to attach upper end of lower sheets to bottom standoff angle and ring segment. Align roof sheet so that rib is inline with rafter. Bolt wide end of lower roof panel to top angle

so that rib is inlin e with rafter. Bolt wide end of lower roof panel to

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Always working to the right around the bin, place strip caulking on right rib of the previously installed roof panel (top only). Placing roof panel in a vertical position, lock the left rib of the panel being installed over the right rib of the previously installed panel. Tip the roof panel down. As each roof panel is set into place, insert a lining punch through the hole in the rib at the bottom of each roof panel. Temporarily clamp the two roof panels together with vise grips so that the punch can be removed and a 5/16” x 3/4” bolt inserted and hand tightened. Continued installation of roof panels as described in preceding steps.

of roof panels as described in preceding steps. All bins are equipped with one manhole and

All bins are equipped with one manhole and a roof ladder as standard. Extra manholes should be spaced evenly around the bin.

When the last roof panel is placed, it will have to be interlocked by using a rubber mallet. Starting at the top and working down, tap the vertical rib until it is sealed to the other panel. Align roof panel holes and insert 5/16” x 3/4” bolts in the same manner as previously described.

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Attach the roof panels to the roof joist using two #12 x 1” self-drilling screws per panel as shown.

to the roof joist using two #12 x 1” self -drilling screws per panel as shown.

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Upper Roof Panel Installation

Roof Panel flashing extensions

The extensions come in 8 equal pieces install clockwise around the peak and attach with 7/16” x 1” bin bolts. (Note: Flashing Extensions must be started as shown to properly align roof panels, align first extension on hole that is aligned with rafter and flashing hole in peak ring.

first extension on hole that is aligned with rafter and flashi ng hole in peak ring.

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Roof Panel Installation 1. Install strip caulking between top end of roof panels and roof
Roof Panel Installation
1.
Install strip caulking between top end of roof panels and roof panel flashing. Use 5/16” x
3/4” bolts at top end of panel. Bolt roof panels standoff ring with 5/16” x 1-1/4” bin bolts.
Align upper roof panel so the rib is inline with the rafter.
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Install top standoff angle to inside of bottom standoff angle and attach angles together with 5/16” x ¾” bin bolts as shown. Place strip caulking on top side of top standoff angle where upper sheets will to attached to top standoff angle.

where upper sheets will to attached to top standoff angle. Place strip caulking around standoff splice
where upper sheets will to attached to top standoff angle. Place strip caulking around standoff splice

Place strip caulking around standoff splice and install to inside of top and bottom standoff angles as shown. Attach to standoff with 5/16” x ¾” bin bolts.

bottom standoff angles as shown. Attach to standoff with 5/16” x ¾” bin bolts. MANUAL CHIEF42

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Proceed by installing additional roof panels in the following manner: Always working to the right around the bin, place strip caulking on right rib of the previously installed roof panel (top only). Placing roof panel in a vertical position, lock the left rib of the panel being installed over the right rib of the previously installed panel. Tip the roof panel down. As each roof panel is set into place, insert a lining punch through the hole in the rib at the bottom of each roof panel. Temporarily clamp the two roof panels together with vise grips so that the punch can be removed and a 5/16” x 3/4” bolt inserted and hand tightened. Continued installation of roof panels as described in preceding steps.

When the last roof panel is placed, it will have to be interlocked by using a rubber mallet. Starting at the top and working down, tap the vertical rib until it is sealed to the other panel. Align roof panel holes and insert 5/16” x 3/4” bolts in the same manner as previously described.

holes and insert 5/16” x 3/4” bolts in the same manner as previously described. Page 41

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Special Note:

Bins 25 rings and taller will have roof panels with additional holes in the roof sheet ribs. Field drill hole in ribs using pre-punched hole on adjacent rib as template, Attached roof panels ribs together with 5/16” x 3/4” bin bolts and washer as shown.

with 5/16” x 3/4” bi n bolts and washer as shown. Roof Panels installation for bins

Roof Panels installation for bins 25 rings and taller

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E. Cap Flashing

The cap flashing comes in 8 equal pieces; install the cap flashing to the peak ring with the 7/16” x 1” bin bolts. After cap flashing pieces are attached to the peak ring attach the cap flashing to the top of the roof panel ribs with #12 x 1-1/4” self-drilling screws.

flashing to the top of the roof panel ribs with #12 x 1-1/4” self-drilling screws. Page

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Section 4 – Typical Roof Accessories

A. Top Lid

(1) Apply strip caulking around the top of the peak ring.

(2) Install top lid using twenty 7/16” x 1” bolts (bolt heads on top). Securely tighten bolts.

x 1” bolts (bolt heads on top). Securely tighten bolts. B. Manhole Lid (1) Install manhole

B. Manhole Lid

(1) Install manhole lid as shown below. Note that manhole hinge should be installed toward top of bin.

lid as shown below. Note th at manhole hinge should be installed toward top of bin.

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NOTE : Leaf to lid and hinge to roof panel bolts are to be installed
NOTE : Leaf to lid and hinge to roof panel bolts are to be installed

NOTE: Leaf to lid and hinge to roof panel bolts are to be installed with heads inside.

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C. Working Ring

Field locate and Install the working ring to the roof panels as shown, with 5/16” x 3/4” Bin bolts. The working ring clips are to be evenly spaces around the ring. Connect the working ring segments together with the connectors as shown below. Expand the connector as needed.

segments together with the connectors as s hown below. Expand the c onnector as needed. MANUAL

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D. Roof Ladder

Two Piece Roof Ladders On bins #22 through #34

1. Bins supplied with standard two piece roof ladder. The roof ladder should be located adjacent to the manhole and centered on a roof beam.

adjacent to the manhole and centered on a roof beam. 2. Install the lower roof ladder

2. Install the lower roof ladder first. Bolt wide end of roof ladder to roof panel, using same bolts that connect roof panel to top sidewall sheet.

panel, using same bolts that connect roof panel to top sidewall sheet. Detail “A” Page 47

Detail “A”

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3. Bolt the top part of the lower roof ladder to the lower roof panel with same bolts used to bolt the lower roof panel to the standoff ring.

used to bolt the lower roof panel to the standoff ring. Detail “B” 4. Install the

Detail “B”

4. Install the upper roof ladder by bolting the wide end to roof panel using same holes that bolt upper roof panel to the standoff ring.

same holes that bolt upper roof panel to the standoff ring. Detail “C” 5. At the

Detail “C”

5. At the top of the upper roof ladder, field drill 3/8” holes in roof panel rib and bolt ladder to roof panel, using 5/16” x 1-1/4” bolts.

panel rib and bolt ladder to roof panel, using 5/16” x 1-1/4” bolts. Detail “D” MANUAL

Detail “D”

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E. Roof Vents

A. Goose Neck Vent Installation

1. Refer to the bulletin that comes with the vent for installation procedures

2. Locate Goose Neck Vent on the desired roof sheet. Typically slide Goose Neck Vent up the roof sheet (Toward the small end) until the corners of the base intersect the roof sheet ribs.

3. Using the base as a template, mark and drill the 11/32” diameter mounting holes.

4. Apply (2) two beads of butyl sealant or mastic sealant as shown, between the Goose Neck Vent base and roof sheet. Leave a 1” gap at the lower side of the outside bead.

Leave a 1” gap at the lower side of the outside bead. 5. Assemble Goose Neck

5. Assemble Goose Neck Vent to roof sheet using 5/16” x 3/4” hex bin bolts and nuts. Tighten all bolts and check sealant along upper end of Goose Neck vent base for any gaps or pockets. Apply extra sealant as required.

6. Peen up edge on inside of Goose Neck Vent to make a water tight seal. The lip should be approximately 1” all the way around.

The lip should be approximately 1” all the way around. 7. Do Not Weld Goose neck

7. Do Not Weld Goose neck vent to roof as rusting will result.

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B. Low Profile Roof Vents

1. Install the Screen and clips on the roof vent body using 5/16” x 3/4” bin bolts, nuts and flat washers as shown below. The bolt heads should be on the outside of the vent with the washers and nuts on the inside (against the screen).

the washers and nuts on the inside (against the screen). 2. Locate the roof vent assembly

2. Locate the roof vent assembly on the roof panel (over the manhole) by aligning the holes in the clips with the corresponding holes in the lower end of the roof panel.

3. Mark the outline of the roof vent with a marking pencil so that the vent can be returned to the same position after the caulking is applied.

4. Remove the vent from the roof panel, turn upside down, and apply caulking to the mounting surface of the sides and top.

5. At this time, install and tighten three 5/16” x 3/4” bin bolts and nuts in the holes directly above and below the manhole (in the roof panel to prevent leakage).

6. Locate the roof vent on the roof panel in its original position and attach with the #14 x 3/4” self-drilling screws provided. If a screw gun is not available, use the holes in the vent as a guide and drill 3/8” holes through the vent and roof panel, and attach with 5/16” x 3/4” bin bolts and nuts.

7. Install 5/16” x 3/4” bin bolts and nuts in the clips and bottom of screen as shown in detail on previous page.

8. Tighten all bolts securely.

NOTE: Roofs with structural beams may require field installation of angles between beams at both top and bottom of manhole opening if 20 PSF or 30 PSF live loading is required.

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Section 5 –Temperature Cables

A. General Considerations

Follow temperature cable manufacturer’s recommendations for installation of temperature cables. Be sure to allow adequate clearance for sweep augers or other internal equipment.

All temperature cables should be stabilized at floor level, to prevent cables from drifting out towards the sidewall as bin is being filled. The use of light twine or monofilament line double wrapped and secured to a recessed anchor, is a common practice.

Provide adequate sealant where temperature cable leads exit the bin.

Support of temperature cables by any means other than Chief Industries’ recommended brackets may cause structural damage to the bin roof and will nullify the Chief Grain Bin Warranty.

CB24 Temperature Cable

Bin

Size

Total #

Temp.

Temp.

Cables

Cables

#/Radius

#24

14

5/11'-2"

9/28'-10"

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B. Temperature Cable Brackets

(1) Install temperature cable bracket as shown below. Do not install more than one temperature cable per roof beam. Temperature cable brackets for rafters are provided with all commercial bins, Chief recommends that they are installed on rafters if temperature cables are being install at time of erection or not.

(2) Attach temperature cables to rafters per temperature cable manufacture’s instructions

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#24 Temperature Cable Layout

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Section 6 – Sidewall Sheet and Stiffener Gauge Chart

Note: All Sidewall and Stiffener gauges in the charts below are for standard 2 stiffened bins (Unless noted). If bins are designed for High Load/Unload rates, concrete pits or Seismic Conditions, Contact Chief Industries, Inc. for gauge chart needed.

 

CB24-10

   

CB24-11

   

CB24-12

 

Ring

SWS

 

Stiffeners

Ring

SWS

 

Stiffeners

Ring

SWS

 

Stiffeners

1

14

 

18

1

14

 

18

1

14

 

18

2

14

18

 

2

14

18

 

2

14

18

 

3

14

 

18

3

14

 

18

3

14

 

18

4

13

18

 

4

13

18

 

4

13

18

 

5

13

 

16

5

13

 

16

5

13

 

16

6

12

14

 

6

12

14

 

6

12

14

 

7

11

 

14

7

11

 

14

7

11

 

14

8

11

12

12

8

11

12

 

8

11

12

 

9

10

   

9

10

12

12

9

10

 

12

10

10

12

12

10

10

   

10

10

12

12

 

11

9

10

10

11

9

   
 

12

9

10

10

 

CB24-13

   

CB24-14

   

CB24-15

 

Ring

SWS

 

Stiffeners

Ring

SWS

 

Stiffeners

Ring

SWS

 

Stiffeners

1

14

 

18

1

14

 

18

1

14

 

18

2

14

18

 

2

14

18

 

2

14

18

 

3

14

 

18

3

14

 

18

3

14

 

18

4

13

18

 

4

13

18

 

4

13

18

 

5

13

 

16

5

13

 

16

5

13

 

16

6

12

14

 

6

12

14

 

6

12

14

 

7

11

 

14

7

11

 

14

7

11

 

14

8

11

12

 

8

11

12

 

8

11

12

 

9

10

 

12

9

10

 

12

9

10

 

12

10

10

12

 

10

10

12

 

10

10

12

 

11

9

10

10

11

9

 

10

11

9

 

10

12

9

   

12

9

10

10

12

9

10

 

13

8

8

8

13

8

   

13

8

8

8

 

14

8

8

8

14

8

   
 

15

1313

1010

1010

 

CB24-16

   

CB24-17

   

CB24-18

 

Ring

SWS

 

Stiffeners

Ring

SWS

 

Stiffeners

Ring

SWS

 

Stiffeners

1

14

 

18

1

14

 

18

1

14

 

18

2

14

18

 

2

14

18

 

2

14

18

 

3

14

 

18

3

14

 

18

3

14

 

18

4

13

18

 

4

13

18

 

4

13

18

 

5

13

 

16

5

13

 

16

5

13

 

16

6

12

14

 

6

12

14

 

6

12

14

 

7

11

 

14

7

11

 

14

7

11

 

14

8

11

12

 

8

11

12

 

8

11

12

 

9

10

 

12

9

10

 

12

9

10

 

12

10

10

12

 

10

10

12

 

10

10

12

 

11

9

 

10

11

9

 

10

11

9

 

10

12

9

10

 

12

9

10

 

12

9

10

 

13

8

 

8

13

8

 

8

13

8

 

8

14

8

8

8

14

8

8

 

14

8

8

 

15

1313

   

15

1313

1010

1010

15

1313

 

1010

16

1313

1010

1010

16

1313

   

16

1313

1010

1010

 

17

1313

1010

1010

17

1313

   
 

18

1313

1010

1010

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CB24-19

   

CB24-20

   

CB24-21

 

Ring

SWS

 

Stiffeners

Ring

SWS

 

Stiffeners

Ring

SWS

 

Stiffeners

1

14

 

18

1

14

 

18

1

14

 

18

2

14

18

 

2

14

18

 

2

14

18

 

3

14

 

18

3

14

 

18

3

14

 

18

4

13

18

 

4

13

18

 

4

13

18

 

5

13

 

16

5

13

 

16

5

13

 

16

6

12

14

 

6

12

14

 

6

12

14

 

7

11

 

14

7

11

 

14

7

11

 

14

8

11

12

 

8

11

12

 

8

11

12

 

9

10

 

12

9

10

 

12

9

10

 

12

10

10

12

 

10

10

12

 

10

10

12

 

11

9

 

10

11

9

 

10

11

9

 

10

12

9

10

 

12

9

10

 

12

9

10

 

13

8

 

8

13

8

 

8

13

8

 

8

14

8

8

 

14

8

8

 

14

8

8

 

15

1313

 

1010

15

1313

 

1010

15

1313

 

1010

16

1313

1010

 

16

1313

1010

 

16

1313

1010

 

17

1313

1010

1010

17

1313

 

1010

17

1313

 

1010

18

1313

   

18

1313

1010

1010

18

1313

1010

 

19

1212

1010

1010

19

1212

   

19

1212

1010

1010

 

20

1212

88

88

20

1212

   
 

21

1212

88

88

 

CB24-22

   

CB24-23

   

CB24-24

 

Ring

SWS

 

Stiffeners

Ring

SWS

 

Stiffeners

Ring

SWS

 

Stiffeners

1

14

 

18

1

14

 

18

1

14

 

18

2

14

18

 

2

14

18

 

2

14

18

 

3

14

 

18

3

14

 

18

3

14

 

18

4

13

18

 

4

13

18

 

4

13

18

 

5

13

 

16

5

13

 

16

5

13

 

16

6

12

14

 

6

12

14

 

6

12

14

 

7

11

 

14

7

11

 

14

7

11

 

14

8

11

12

 

8

11

12

 

8

11

12

 

9

10

 

12

9

10

 

12

9

10

 

12

10

10

12

 

10

10

12

 

10

10

12

 

11

9

 

10

11

9

 

10

11

9

 

10

12

9

10

 

12

9

10

 

12

9

10

 

13

8

 

8

13

8

 

8

13

8

 

8

14

8

8

 

14

8

8

 

14

8

8

 

15

1313

 

1010

15

1313

 

1010

15

1313

 

1010

16

1313

1010

 

16

1313

1010

 

16

1313

1010

 

17

1313

 

1010

17

1313

 

1010

17

1313

 

1010

18

1313

1010

 

18

1313

1010

 

18

1313

1010

 

19

1212

 

1010

19

1212

 

1010

19

1212

 

1010

20

1212

88

88

20

1212

88

 

20

1212

88

 

21

1212

   

21

1212

88

88

21

1212

 

88

22

1212

101010

101010

22

1212

   

22

1212

101010

101010

 

23

1212