Snap-Clad Metal Panels by Petersen Aluminum Corporation

May 9, 2011
Metal roofing panels that combine architectural aesthetics and structural performance.

SNAP-CLAD metal panels are Herr-Voss corrective leveled to maintain flatness. Ranging in length from 4-64 feet, the panels have a 1.75-inch leg height and a continuous interlock, which ensures improved structural performance and wind resistance.

Substrates can include 5/8-inch plywood, nailboard insulation or equal with an underlayment of ice and water shield, 30# roofing felt applied horizontally from eave to ridge, metal decking, purlins, or rigid insulation with bearing plates. For most applications, a minimum 2:12 pitch is recommended.

Concealed fastener clips allow for thermal expansion and contraction.

For more information, visit www.pac-clad.com.

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