EXPOSED FASTENER METAL WALL PANELS

EXPOSED FASTENER METAL PANELS

CENTRIA exposed fastener panels deliver exceptional versatility and flexibility for exterior or interior wall, roofs with dynamic ribs that run horizontally or vertically. With decades of experience, designing, manufacturing, and innovating insulated metal panel solutions, CENTRIA is an authority when it comes to both structural integrity, and aesthetic appeal.

All Exposed Fastener metal wall panels may be installed in a variety of rainscreen applications to form a complete wall system. Systems may vary from an uninsulated screen wall to MetalWrap Series, an insulated composite backup panel system with Advanced Thermal and Moisture Protection (ATMP®). Their flexibility and excellent negative wind load properties make these exposed fastener panels an excellent option for both new construction and retrofit projects. Our exposed fasteners are also an economical option. They’re easy to install, as the panels are overlapped and fastened directly to the roof deck. Choose from a variety of profiles, colors and finishes to compliment your project. Our exposed fastener metal panels are available in a variety of rib heights, rib spacings, panel widths and slopes.

Found on buildings across multiple applications, such as schools, stadiums, and office buildings, among others, CENTRIA Exposed Fastener panel systems provide protection through their high wind load properties, and easy to install via the simple fastening system. Learn more about our specific solutions today. 

Why Choose Exposed Fastener Metal Panel Systems

CENTRIA exposed fastener metal panels are extremely versatile and economical. And, with our Advanced Thermal and Moisture Protection provide the structure you need. In addition, concealed fastener metal panels are:

  • Extremely versatile panels can be used as exterior or interior walls and roofs.
  • May be installed to meet many levels of thermal protection.
  • All-weather installation capability, installation time is shortened, permitting fast-track scheduling.
  • Panels are available in embossed or smooth finishes.

Exposed Fastener Panels

All Exposed Fastener metal wall panels may be installed in a variety of rainscreen applications to form a complete wall system. Systems may vary from an uninsulated screen wall to MetalWrap Series, an insulated composite backup panel system with Advanced Thermal and Moisture Protection (ATMP®). Their flexibility and excellent negative wind load properties make these exposed fastener panels an excellent option for both new construction and retrofit projects. Our exposed fasteners are also an economical option. They’re easy to install, as the panels are overlapped and fasten directly to the roof deck. Choose from a variety of profiles, colors and finishes to compliment your project. Our exposed fastener metal panels are available in a variety of rib heights, rib spacings, panel widths and slopes.

ECONOLAP 3/4

ECONOLAP 3/4″

Econolap 3/4” profile offers a more pronounced corrugation and increased span capability over most corrugated panels. Econolap 3/4” side laps in the high cell when used as a wall or roof panel.

BR5-36

BR5-36

BR5-36 is a sturdy panel with 36” [914 mm] coverage, and uniformly spaced ribs at 7.2” [183 mm] o/c. As a wall panel BR5-36 laps in the low cell. As a roof panel, BR5-36 is inverted so that the side lap occurs in the high cell.

TR4-36

TR4-36

The TR4-36 profile features four 1 1/2” [38 mm] deep ribs on 9” [229mm] centers which gives an attractive, standing rib appearance. TR4-36 side laps in the high cell when used as a wall or roof panel.

STYLE-RIB

STYLE-RIB

Style-Rib is a high strength panel with 36” [914 mm] coverage, and uniformly spaced ribs at 7.2” [183 mm] o/c. As a wall panel, Style-Rib side laps in the low cell. As a roof panel, Style-Rib is inverted so that the side lap occurs in the high cell. The capillary break is not used for roofing.

SUPER-RIB

SUPER-RIB

Super-Rib is our strongest panel which allows for longer spans and a reduction in the number of supports. As a wall panel, Super-Rib side laps in the low cell. As a roof panel, Super-Rib is inverted so that the side lap occurs in the high cell.