SNAP-CLAD metal panels feature architectural roofing panel aesthetics as well as structural metal panel performance. SNAP-CLAD panels, produced in continuous lengths, are corrective leveled to provide superior flatness and feature an optional factory-applied sealant bead for improved weather resistance. Maximum panel length is 64 feet and minimum panel length is 4 feet. SNAP-CLAD roofing panels feature a 1-3/4" leg height and a continuous interlock for improved structural performance and wind resistance. A concealed fastener clip system allows for thermal expansion/contraction while providing extraordinary hold-down strength. Two clips are available: a standard clip for most mansard and fascia applications and a high-performance clip for roofing application and UL 90 rated assemblies.
PAC T-250 panels are factory-formed or field-formed to length and field-seamed. The panels have been designed for application over a wide variety of substrates on roof slopes as low as 1/2 : 12. PAC T-250 panels can be produced in 22 and 24 gauge steel or .032 and .040 aluminum. The PAC T-250 panel combines structural performance with architectural aesthetics. PAC T-250 panels feature a 2.625" nominal finished panel height from the deck that requires mechanical field seaming after installation. The panels have a continuous and/or intermittent concealed-fastener clip system designed to allow for thermal expansion/contraction. Sealant beads are factory-applied to the seam cover.
Roll-formed metal panels are designed and produced for commercial and residential applications. This declaration is intended for business-to-business applications (B2B).
Panels are custom roll-formed from coils of steel or aluminum to fit a variety of roof and wall applications. The panels can be factory-formed (Figure 1) or formed on the job site using a mobile roll former (Figure 2) or a combination of both. The metal panels offer long-term durability and come in a broad pallette of colors and finishes to maximize design options. A wide range of panel profiles is available to meet building code and aesthetic requirements.
Stiffener beads can be added to the Flush panel for increased strength and aesthetics. Stiffener beads are recommended for longer panel lengths. One or two beads are available at no additional cost.
With the Precision Series wall panels as part of our extensive line of architectural wall panels, Petersen offers unmatched design flexibility by combining bold visual effects with easy, cost-effective installation. Profiles are available in varying rib patterns. Widths are available in two options. The rib patterns provide a dramatic appearance for any building's exterior, and with a full palette of PAC-CLAD finishes to choose from, can complement all architectural elements on a building's envelope. Precision Series wall panels also can be installed vertically in some applications, and can be produced to a maximum length of 25'. Additionally, the Precision Series panels can be specified as perforated for use in equipment screen applications.
Precision Series architectural wall panels provide design flexibility by combining bold visual effects with easy, cost-effective installation. Multiple profiles are available with a variety of rib patterns. Options for each profile include a no-clip panel, or a clip-fastened panel to accommodate expansion and contraction.
Petersen offers several wall and soffit profiles for perforation in a nearly endless combination of hole sizes and patterns to complement virtually any architectural design or need. Perforated metal can provide a contrasting look with any non-perforated metal to create visual interest on any project. Perforated panels can be specified to diffuse light, air or sound, or simply for architectural flair. Maximum open area and hole size limitations apply for roll-formed panels. Typical applications include equipment screens, partitions, sign panels, parking decks, guards, interior acoustical applications and enclosures of any kind. Aluminum can be perforated for any project. An extra charge is applied for perforation. Check with local facility for specific panel profiles that can be perforated.
Earning continuing education credits is a vital component of membership in many professional organizations, which require members to earn credits to maintain their good standing. Continuing education courses provide architects, designers and other construction professionals the opportunity to earn the credits required to achieve their goals.