wind uplift

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Resistance to wind uplift forces may be necessary for exterior ceiling and soffit designs A substantial hanger system design, incorporating rods or straps, plus acoustical unit retention clips, is commonly required Verify code requirements for wind uplift force resistance and manufacturer's recommendations for ceiling installations based on these values
(1) The upward displacement of a section of a roof system or component caused by movement of air from a location of higher air pressure, such as inside a building, to an area of lower air pressure, such as the surface of a roof during a windy day Strong wind across the surface of a roof, especially at corners and along perimeters, creates low air pressure above the surface of the roof Nature will automatically try to compensate for this by moving air from an area of higher pressure such as inside a building If all penetrations and perimeters are not properly sealed, then "blow-off" can occur (2) Displacement or blow-off of shingles or other roofing caused by the wind
the force caused by the deflection of wind at roof edges, roof peaks or obstructions, causing a drop in air pressure immediately above the roof surface This force is then transmitted to the roof surface Uplift may also occur because of the introduction of air pressure underneath the membrane and roof edges, where it can cause the membrane to balloon and pull away from the deck
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the force caused by the deflection of wind at roof edges, roof peaks, or obstructions, causing a drop in air pressure immediately above the roof surface This force is then transmitted to the roof surface Uplift may also occur because of the introduction of air pressure underneath the membrane and roof edges, where it can cause the membrane to balloon and pull away from the deck
wind uplift