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Metal roofing products featured in Metal Construction News' February 2015 issue.

BETCO's 316 16-inch-wide structural standing seam panel features a 3-inch-high standing seam and two secondary tension ribs per panel.

 

BETCO Inc.

BETCO's 316 16-inch-wide structural standing seam panel features a 3-inch-high standing seam and two secondary tension ribs per panel. The structural panel is available in 24-gauge steel and has concealed clips.

www.betcoinc.com

Drexel Metals' 1-1/2-inch Snap Lock profile and DMC 150SL Clip create a continuous interlocking system that installs quickly.

 

Drexel Metals LLC

Drexel Metals' 1-1/2-inch Snap Lock profile and DMC 150SL Clip create a continuous interlocking system that installs quickly. The concealed fastener and clip application allows thermal expansion and contraction movement to help keep the finish straight and true.

www.drexmet.com

Garland's R-Mer Loc architectural and structural standing seam roof system has an 18-gauge, one-piece concealed clip design that accommodates thermal movement.

 

The Garland Co.

Garland's R-Mer Loc architectural and structural standing seam roof system has an 18-gauge, one-piece concealed clip design that accommodates thermal movement. R-Mer Loc's internal gutter and anti-siphon feature help protect from the elements. The roof system is for re-roof applications, mansards and new construction.

www.garlandco.com

Kingspan Insulated Panels' KingZip metal roofing panel system has a single component design and one-step installation.

 

Kingspan Insulated Panels Inc.

Kingspan Insulated Panels' KingZip metal roofing panel system has a single component design and one-step installation. KingZip panels provide an exterior weather barrier, high efficiency insulation core and integral vapor barrier. The metal roofing system has high R-values, is airtight and has low thermal bridging.

www.kingspanpanels.us

McElroy Metal's Met-Tile panels are 26-gauge Galvalume steel with a stucco embossed finish for a tile appearance.

 

McElroy Metal

McElroy Metal's Met-Tile panels are 26-gauge Galvalume steel with a stucco embossed finish for a tile appearance. The panels are installed vertically from eaves to ridge and secured with screw fasteners. Met-Tile panels are offered in 10 low-gloss PVDF coatings and have the appearance of a tile roof with the benefits of metal including lightweight, energy efficiency and seamless panels up to 20 feet long.

www.mcelroymetal.com

Umicore Building Products' VMZ ADEKA is a factory-formed, zinc-alloy metal wall panel system with concealed fasteners that can be used for roofs and façades.

 

Umicore Building Products USA Inc.

Umicore Building Products' VMZ ADEKA is a factory-formed, zinc-alloy metal wall panel system with concealed fasteners that can be used for roofs and façades. The pre-formed VMZ ADEKA panels have a diamond shingle with significant relief and may be installed in cold weather without fracture because there is little manual manipulation of the panels in the field.

www.vmzinc-us.com

Petersen Aluminum's Snap-On panels are factory rollformed in continuous lengths and may be used in applications with roof transitions.

 

Petersen Aluminum Corp.

Petersen Aluminum's Snap-On panels are factory rollformed in continuous lengths and may be used in applications with roof transitions. Snap-On panels are installed over a waterproofed solid substrate and a minimum 3:12 roof pitch. The 1-inch-high panels can be curved to a concave or convex radius with a minimum radius of 9 feet. The maximum panel length is 45 feet.

www.pac-clad.com

Morin's MorZip metal roofing system is used on vertical and horizontal surfaces, and creates seamless transitions from wall to roof.

 

Morin Corp., a Kingspan Group company

Morin's MorZip metal roofing system is used on vertical and horizontal surfaces, and creates seamless transitions from wall to roof. MorZip may be designed with convex lay-down or mechanical curves, concave mechanical curving and curved and straight tapered panels. The panels are available in aluminum, stainless steel, zinc and copper.

www.morincorp.com

Varco Pruden Buildings' high wind roof (HWR) system is available in 24-gauge standard and 22-gauge Galvalume steel.

 

Varco Pruden Buildings

Varco Pruden Buildings' high wind roof (HWR) system is available in 24-gauge standard and 22-gauge Galvalume steel. HWR panels are factory roll-formed, trapezoidal rib, standing seam roof panels. The HWR system's clip design ensures long-life performance in high-wind conditions and withstands wind speeds exceeding 130 mph. The panels feature a ridge system and are designed for roof slopes from 1/4:12 to 4:12.

www.vp.com