Corrugate Metal Panel Systems
Corrugate metal panel systems of profiled panel systems are metal panels that have a variety of “ribs” running the entire length of the long axis of the panels. These “ribs” are available in a wide range of geometric shapes and spacing, the most recognizable being the sine-wave pattern. There is 2.67″ x 7/8″; 2.67 inches between “ribs” and 7/8 total panel thickness. Corrugate panels are available in a wide range of metals including aluminum, steel, copper, and zinc. They also come in a wide range of thicknesses: 22 gauge, 24 gauge, and 26 gauge. Corrugate panels vary in widths from 24″ – 42″ in unlimited lengths.
Corrugate panels systems are through fastened, meaning the fasteners are screwed through the face of the panels into a suitable substrate behind the panel. Corrugate panel systems provide extremely long-lasting roofing and siding systems and can be seen in some of the oldest mountain towns in Colorado. Certain types of corrugate systems hold up to hail impact better than any other metal panel systems.