Corrugated Metal Wall Panels

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Corrugated Metal Panel wall System is a timeless metal cladding solution which has a very consistent look. Corrugated Panels are available in a wide range of widths, thicknesses and finishes. Architects use corrugated panels because of the amount of details they can produce with its fine corners. These fine corners help to achieve a very organic overall look.

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Corrugated Wall Panels: A Durable and Popular Metal Cladding

Corrugated Wall Panels OR corrugated metal siding material is a form of popular metal cladding. Corrugated panels are manufactured from high-quality prefinished aluminum OR steel coils. These panels are available in a variety of gauges and lengths. The final exterior wall system is simple, and durable against wind and storm loads.

The very well-known 7/8″ profile is one of the most popular and classic corrugated profiles that has been around for decades and is still popular. The popularity of the corrugated panels is because of the shadow details as a featured wall. The exposed fasteners represent a solid industrial feeling while maintaining the soft lines. This timeless exterior wall solution produces a very consistent look and an organic overall presentation. Corrugated Panels are available in a wide range of widths, thicknesses and finishes.

We offer the commercial building industry the absolute highest quality and best value in metal roof and wall systems. Our heavy-gauge commercial panels require little maintenance throughout their long lifespans. Custom profiles and more than 100 ENERGY STAR® listed colors help ensure your commercial project will perform beautifully – and sustainably – decade after decade.

  • Industrial Buildings
  • Modern Architectural Elements

If you’re looking for a durable and popular metal cladding for your building, look no further than corrugated wall panels. Corrugated panels are made from high-quality prefinished aluminum or steel coils, and are available in a variety of gauges and lengths. The final exterior wall system is simple, and can withstand wind and storm loads. So if you’re looking for a metal cladding that will last, corrugated wall panels are a great choice.

  • Corrugated Wall Panels are a popular and durable metal cladding
  • Manufactured from high-quality prefinished aluminum or steel coils
  • Available in a variety of gauges and lengths
  • Final exterior wall system is simple, and can withstand wind and storm loads.

Corrugated Wall Panels are a durable and popular metal cladding. Corrugated panels are manufactured from high-quality prefinished aluminum or steel coils, and are available in a variety of gauges and lengths. The final exterior wall system is simple, and can withstand wind and storm loads. If you’re looking for a metal cladding that will last, corrugated wall panels are a great choice!

Corrugated Wall Wind and Storm Load Resistance:

Wind pressure resistance: ASCE Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures (2006) provides minimum design load requirements for buildings based on the geographic location of the building. The corrugated metal panel product has been tested in accordance with ASTM E1592 Standard Test Method for Air Permeance of Building Materials, which is referenced in the AISI S100 North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members (2010). This standard provides a method to determine the air leakage rate of building materials. The wind pressure resistance for corrugated metal panel is 0.02 psf, which exceeds the minimum design load requirement.

Wind uplift resistance: ASTM E1592 also provides a method to determine the wind uplift resistance of building materials. The wind uplift resistance for corrugated metal panels is 120 psf, which exceeds the minimum design load requirement of 100 psf.

Corrugated Steel / Cold-Formed Steel:

The cold-formed steel framing member that has been specifically designed and tested for use in exterior wall systems with corrugated metal panels is AISI S220, North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members (2010). This specification provides requirements for the design and fabrication of cold-formed steel framing members.

The AISI S220 standard has been referenced in building codes across the United States, including California, Florida, Texas, and IBC (International Building Code) 2009. The use of a cold-formed steel framing member that is specifically designed and tested for exterior wall systems with corrugated metal panels allows the designer to utilize a prescriptive code-based method rather than relying on an engineer’s analysis.

Corrugated Metal Siding  Standards / AISI S100:

AISI S100, North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members (2010), is a comprehensive specification that covers the design and fabrication of cold-formed steel framing members. AISI S100 is the basis for many state and local building codes, including California, Florida, Texas, and IBC (International Building Code) 2009.

The corrugated metal panel product has been tested in accordance with ASTM E1592 Standard Test Method for Air Permeance of Building Materials, which is referenced in the AISI S100 standard. This standard provides a method to determine the air leakage rate of building materials. The wind pressure resistance for corrugated metal panel is 0.02 psf, which exceeds the minimum design load requirement.

Wind uplift resistance: ASTM E1592 also provides a method to determine the wind uplift resistance of building materials. The wind uplift resistance for corrugated metal panels is 120 psf, which exceeds the minimum design load requirement of 100 psf.

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