AVP

Description:

The AVP panel is used for wall applications and features pencil ribs, which provide improved aesthetics to the building design. It allows for more insulation to be added, providing greater insulating values that meet the energy codes and R-Value requirements. The net coverage of the panel is 3'-0".

Gauge:
26 (standard); 22, 24, 29 (optional)
Rib Spacing:
Rib Spacing: 12" on center, Rib height: 1-1/8".
Length:
Maximum recommended 45'-0". Longer lengths available on special order.
Limitations:
Installation may be difficult with very thick insulation.
Dimensions:
36" wide by 1-1/8" deep
Usage:
Wall panel, liner panel, soffit panel, partition, facade panel face and back sheet.
Fasteners:
Various, depending on application

Coatings:
Galvalume Plus®, Signature® 200 and 300 Series
Features:

- Semi-concealed fastener panel
- Striations
- Galvalume Plus®, Signature® 200 and 300 Series
- Continuous eave to sill until panel exceeds 40’-0" length
- Optional embossed texture
- UL “Class A” fire rating

Benefits:
- Attractive architectural applications
- Textured appearance reduces glare and potential for oil canning.
- Eliminating end laps improves appearance and enhances ease of erection.
- Premium paint finishes with 20 year warranty provide the ultimate resistance to color changes and chalk.
- The AVP panel carries a UL “Class A" fire rating.
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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.