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        Span-Lok hp (Curved Span-Lok  and SpanSeam )


        Span-Lok hp, Curved Span-Lok, and SpanSeam are
        performance-rated architectural standing seam metal roof systems that                                2"
        have a mechanically seamed 2" high rib, providing aesthetic appeal and
        weather-tightness.                                                               16" Coverage

        n  16" coverage roof panel, 12" coverage available in Span-Lok hp.

        n  Minimum recommended slope ¼:12.
        n  Gauges: 22ga and 24ga in standard finishes. (Refer to AEP Span Color Charts
           for full range of color options, prints, textures, finishes and paint systems).
        n  Custom manufactured sheet lengths from 6'-0" to 45'-0".
           (Lengths over 45' available for additional charge).
        n  Factory applied sealant is standard (Except for curved panels).
                                                                       90º Field Seam     180º Field Seam
        n  16" wide, 22ga Span-Lok available machine curved (factory or field).  Spanlok hp,   SpanSeam
        n  Subtle striations, two pencil ribs (16" only) available.   Curved Span-lok
        n  Testing: ASTM E1592 (wind uplift), ASTM E1680 and ASTM E283 (air
           infiltration) and ASTM E1646 and ASTM E2140 (water infiltration).
        n Meets UL580-Class 90 wind uplift requirements.
        n  16" Span-Lok hp is Factory Mutual Class 1-75 (5' span) and Class 1-120
           (2½' span) approved.
        n  Panel assemblies are also Class A Fire Rated per UL790 when
           installed in accordance to UL listings.
        n  Panel evaluated by accredited third party. All structural performance
           data is contained within an IBC/IRC 2015 code compliance report.
                                                                                    Span-Lok hp
        n  Manufactured in Fontana, CA and Tacoma, WA.

                                    Oil Canning:  All flat metal surfaces can display waviness commonly referred to as “oil canning”.  “Oil canning” is an inherent
    2                               characteristic of steel products, not a defect, and therefore is not a cause for panel rejection.
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