Some Metallic cladding panels are custom made for specific projects, as this allows for certain dimensions along with maximum and minimum ranges. Below are some tips for selecting the right metal cladding panel width so that the end result is identical and uniform.
While the panel’s size selection must be determined by the customer, each system has preferable panel widths. They are dictated by considerations such as coil dimensions which are precisely calculated via every profile’s design, along with the level of rolling and metallic folding that is required. Bear in mind that panels may be assembled in any width that is within the system’s capacity, and the preferred sizes should be used as a guide to help lower material waste. To select the proper panel width, you must understand the different cladding systems that are available.
These panels are designed to lock together, which results in a thin, flexible and flush system. Due to their overlapping effect, they are frequently used as alternatives to classical timber weatherboards. They have a width which ranges from 140mm up to 540mm.
These cladding systems are quite popular due to their timeless charm which is the perfect blend of vintage and modern architectural styling. They come in various materials which may be manufactured in numerous panel sizes. They have a width which ranges from 180mm up to 530mm.
By utilizing distinct panels with express joined widths, these interlocking panels can radically transform one application into another. They are prized for their superb flexibility, which makes them useful for almost any application. They have a width which ranges from 205mm up to 505mm.
This cladding system consists of raised seams which demonstrate material specification for walled and roof shapes. It is flexible, compatible with numerous panel widths and looks fabulous after installation. They have a maximum width of 480mm.
Snaplock has the advantage of not needing specialist tools for its installation. This is because every panel has been made to snap into place, which enables rapid installation onsite with a finish that is attractive. They have a width which ranges from 165mm up to 500mm.
As the name implies, this paneling system consists of scales or tiles which offer a dynamic façade solution. During manufacturing they can be assembled at any dimension so long as it is within the maximum and minimum threshold, which ranges from 140mm up to 340mm.
These panels are ideal for projects which require extensive commercial based panels. Cassettes are also a good option for those who are struggling to find an acceptable design within the system limitations. They are extremely flexible, with a width that ranges from 1000mm times 3,000mm, as well as 3,000mm x 1000mm.
While nailstrip might not provide the flexibility of the other profiles (because of its restricted material suitability), it is very simple to install for architectural facades. It is therefore the panel solution of choice for larger scale commercial projects or multi-residential units.
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