Metal Architecture Home

Insulated Metal Panels

Insulated Metal Panels - October 2017

Insulated metal panels featured in Metal Construction News' October 2017 issue.

All Weather Insulated Panels’ MV40-W insulated metal panels (IMPs) have a wood grain appearance. They have offset tongue-and-groove joints with concealed fasteners. The MV40-W IMPs are 40 inches wide and available in lengths from 8 feet to 40 feet. Their standard exterior metal surface is 26-gauge G-90 galvanized steel with ceramic polyester coatings. The standard interior metal surface is 26-gauge in Imperial White. Low-gloss, wood grain panels are available in Sandstone, Surrey Beige, Pearl Gray and Regal White.

CENTRIA’s Formawall Dimension Series insulated metal panels (IMP) provide thermal efficiency and moisture control. They are factory foamed in place to minimize insulation gaps, and are manufactured with recycled content and HCFC-free foam insulation. The IMPs are available in a wide range of lengths, widths and thicknesses.

Green Span Profiles' RidgeLine 2 3/8-inch-tall mechanically seamed metal roof panels slide together without rolling or lifting to engage side laps. The panels feature shoulder fasteners to prevent over-driving, continuous weathertight seal at the side laps and factory-applied sealant in the batten caps. RidgeLine panels may be used on slopes as low as 1/2:12. They are available 2.5, 3, 4 or 5 inches thick. They provide R-8 per inch of insulation thickness; 2.5-inch panels have R-20 per inch of insulation thickness.

Kingspan Insulated Panels’ 300 GS Granitstone insulated metal panel combine lightweight panels with stucco or natural stone aesthetics. Granitstone has interlocking parallel tongue and groove. It is available in eight in-stock Granitstone colors, five in-stock Quartz colors and custom colors.

Metl-Span’s ThermalSafe mineral wool insulated metal panels (IMPs) are fire-resistant, and provide thermal and moisture performance. They have a non-combustible mineral wool core. ThermalSafe IMPs are available from 4 inches to 8 inches thick, and can provide a 1-, 2- or 3-hour fire resistance rating. They are produced in multiple profiles and with stucco-embossed, G-90 galvanized and AZ-50 aluminum-zinc coated steel substrates.