Product Description A metal standing seam roofing product attached to sub-framing using a variety of concealed, interlocking clips that provide for minimum panel penetrations. This panel can be used on new construction as well as
retro-fit on existing structures. This panel design provides a high degree of weather tightness and has been tested by independent laboratories in accordance with ASTM E283 and E331 (for air infiltration, water penetration, and wind uplift).
Gauge: 24 and 22 (by special request only)
Lengths: 50′ maxium is standard but longer lengths available by special request.
Fasteners: Concealed fastening system. The clips are available as floating or fixed. Two different clip heights are available to allow for thermal blocks.
Finish: Galvalume and Architectural Series
Manufactured: Houston, Caryville, Mattoon, Rome, Salt Lake City and Atwater
Usage: New and retro fit applications.
|No panel penetration is required over the building envelope other than at the end laps, and panel ends which are connected by a compression joint.||Specially designed to seal out the elements.|
|Panel side laps arrive at the job site containing a sealant.||Contributes to the system’s weather tight construction and ease of erection.|
|Optional weather tightness warranty.||Severe weather tightness and additional customer confidence.|
|Factory notched at both ends with pre-punched holes.||Field installation can commence or finish from either end of building.|
|End laps have a 16 GA. backup plate with pre-punched holes.||Solid connection at end laps and proper fastener spacing. The pre-punched holes improve erection and ensures proper panel placement.|
|High or Low Clips||Accommodates variety of insulation systems including 1″ thermal spacers at the purlin.|
|UL 90||Lower Insurance Costs|
|80% less exposed fasteners than traditional side lap panels and all fasteners are long life.||Increased Weather Tightness|
|Panel available Royal K-70 paint system||20 year finish warranty|
|The side lap has been tested for air infiltration and water penetration under ASTM E283 and E331 methods||Minimal air infiltration and water penetration and acceptability among specifiers.|