Metal Panel Profiles

High R Rib

High Rib Panels
High R Rib

1 1/4” high rib 12” on center with intermediate ribs and is considered a structural panel. This attractive rugged panel offers commercial grade performance is often seen in new metal building construction.

Secure Loc Rib

Secure Loc Ribbed Panels
Secure Loc Rib Panel

5/8” high rib with panel coverage of 36”. This common practical panel is ideal for pole buildings, liner panel, and residential.

Century Pro Rib

Century Pro Rib
Century Pro Rib Panel

¾” high rib 9” on center with an added striation and intermediate ribs for strength and a tighter lock. Used in Commercial and Agricultural applications.

Pro Loc

Pro Loc Panels
Pro Loc Profile

13/16” deep ribs 6” apart. It is a commercial structural panel which does not require a solid substrate and can go over roof purlins. It is a great looking panel profile for roofs, walls, awnings, partition walls and wall liner panel.

Future Rib

Future Rib Roof Panels
Future Rib Panel Profile

1” high rib with panel coverage of 16” and has a very attractive finish. This Snap together concealed fastener rib requires a minimum of 3:12 roof slope for proper drainage and solid decking under with 30lb felt such as in residential or architectural applications.

Regency Loc

Regency Loc Standing Seam Metal Panels
Standing Seam Panel Profile

3” high rib with panel coverage of 24” and is a structural standing seam panel. This panel does not require a solid sub decking under and may span up to 60” depending on the roof load requirements. It is considered an architectural panel and snaps together with hidden fasteners.

Royal Loc w/ Striations

Royal Loc Panel with Striations
Striations Panel Profile

1” high rib either 12” or 16” panel widths. This is a true architectural panel primary used in residential, commercial overhangs and roofs and awnings. This panel requires a solid substrate such as plywood with 30# felt under the steel panel. Available with minor ribs or striations. Waviness in the panel referred to as “oil canning” may occur and is inherent to this type of panel and is not a cause for rejection. Narrow widths, lighter colors and heavier gauges minimize “oil canning”.

Royal Loc w/ 12″ Minor Rib

Regency Loc Standing Seam Metal Panels
12 inch Panel Profile

1” high rib either 12” or 16” panel widths. This is a true architectural panel primary used in residential, commercial overhangs and roofs and awnings. This panel requires a solid substrate such as plywood with 30# felt under the steel panel. Available with minor ribs or striations. Waviness in the panel referred to as “oil canning” may occur and is inherent to this type of panel and is not a cause for rejection. Narrow widths, lighter colors and heavier gauges minimize “oil canning”.

Royal Loc w/ 16″ Minor Rib

Royal Loc Roof Panels
16 inch Panel Profile

1” high rib either 12” or 16” panel widths. This is a true architectural panel primary used in residential, commercial overhangs and roofs and awnings. This panel requires a solid substrate such as plywood with 30# felt under the steel panel. Available with minor ribs or striations. Waviness in the panel referred to as “oil canning” may occur and is inherent to this type of panel and is not a cause for rejection. Narrow widths, lighter colors and heavier gauges minimize “oil canning”.

5V Crimp Panel

Pro Loc Panels
5V Crimp Panels

½” deep rib with a panel width of 24”. It is a common residential application and offers the flat panel look. It requires a solid substrate such as plywood with 30# felt under. Waviness in the panel referred to as “oil canning” may occur and is inherent to this type of panel and is not a cause for rejection.

Wave Panel

Future Rib Roof Panels
24 inch Wave Panel Profile
32 inch Wave Panel Profile

Available with ½” deep profile x 24” wide panel or a 7/8” deep profile x 32” coverage. . It requires a solid substrate such as plywood. Commonly seen on old barn roofs, sheds and it many architectural applications replicating the “old look”.