SuperLok

Description:
The SuperLok® standing seam roof system blends the aesthetics of an architectural panel with the strength of a structural panel. This panel has earned uplift ratings that are the highest in the industry for standing seam roofs, assuring the reliability of performance. This panel is FM Global approved to satisfy stringent code requirements and is ICBO approved.
Gauge:
24 gauge standard, 22 gauge optional
Finish:
Galvalume® and Architectural Series
Length:
The maximum recommended length is 50'.
Limitations:
Minimum recommended slope: 1/4 on 12.
Dimensions:
16 " wide and 2" high
Usage:
SuperLok® is a field seamed panel that combines a slim rib with exceptional uplift resistance. This panel has been designed to withstand the most rigorous conditions. This system was designed to be installed over open framing, 5/8” plywood, or a composite roof assembly may be used as alternate substructures.
Fasteners:
Concealed fastening system. A choice of concealed fastening clIMP are available for this panel system including UL rated clIMP. These clIMP hold the panels firmly in place without unsightly exposed fasteners. Each clip system offers the ability to accommodate thermal movement.
Features:

- Can be installed over purlins and bar joists
- Factory notched for end laps
- Clip allows 2 “ panel movement
- Sealant factory applied
- Weathertightness warranty available
- System qualifies for UL 90 wind uplift ratings under four types of construction including open framing, composite, and solid deck methods
- Metal closures
- Machine seamed

Benefits:
- Application flexibility
- Can be installed both directions or simultaneously
- Allows for expansion and contraction
- Less field labor and longer life
- Customer confidence
- Longevity
- Meets stringent code requirements - ex. FM Global
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Note: Oil-canning is not considered grounds for rejection of any panel system. Oil-canning can occur in any panel with wide flat sections. Heavier gauge, embossing, striations, flatter sub-frame systems and support from a solid sub-deck can all help to minimize oil-canning.