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PBR Panel Metal Roofing and Siding

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PBR Panel metal roofing and siding is an ideal solution for pre-engineered metal, post-frame, and agricultural buildings. This metal roofing and siding panel is recommended for light commercial and industrial projects as well as consumer-based Do-It-Yourself (DIY) applications. PBR panels are used in buildings for livestock and animal confinement as well.

With this long-lasting, durable, and sustainable metal panel, you’ll also find it comes in several energy-efficient colors and paint systems.  PBR also offers a unique yet flexible design when combined with other building materials.

AEP-Guide-Large-HomeRoof assemblies are Class A Fire Rated when installed on non-combustible deck or framing per IBC, IRC, or when installed in accordance with UL listings (UL790). Wall assemblies rated for fire resistance (UL263) when installed in accordance with UL listings.

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Download the AEP Span Product Selection Guide and Color Design Guide.

  • 36″ coverage metal roof and wall panel.
  • Minimum recommended slope 1:12. (roof applications – AEP Span Underlayment HT (pdf) (rtf) available)
  • Gauges: 22ga, 24ga, and 26ga in standard finishes.
  • Custom manufactured panel lengths: 6′-0″ to 50′-0″.
  • Matching polycarbonate panels available.
  • Purlin-bearing leg speeds installation and improves the quality of panel side laps providing a consistent weather resistant joint.
  • Roof assemblies Class A Fire Rated when installed on non-combustible deck or framing per IBC or IRC or when installed in accordance to UL listings (UL790). Wall assemblies rated for fire resistance (UL263) when installed in accordance with UL listings.
  • Panel evaluated by accredited third party. All structural performance data is contained within Building Code Approval Report: #ER-0550 (pdf) (rtf)
  • Oil Canning: All flat metal surfaces can display waviness commonly referred to as “oil canning”. “Oil canning” is an inherent characteristic of steel products, not a defect, and therefore is not a cause for panel rejection. Oil Canning Technical Bulletin (pdf) (rtf)
  • Manufactured in Sacramento, CA.

  • Panel Dimensions (pdf) (rtf)
  • Product Sheet and Load Tables (pdf) (rtf)
  • Outward Load Tables (pdf)
  • Polycarbonate Accessories (pdf) (rtf)
  • Polycarbonate Spec Sheet (pdf)
  • AEP Span Underlayment HT (pdf) (rtf)
  • Building Code Approval Report: #ER-0550 (pdf) (rtf) IAPMO-logo

FOR PBR STANDARD COLORS – See the AEP Span Color and Panel Matrix (pdf) (rtf)

Performance Data (SRI and LRV Values)  (pdf) (rtf)

Dura Tech™ 5000 and Dura Tech™ mx

  • Architectural Color Chart: Dura Tech 5000 & mx (pdf) (rtf)
  • Dura Tech™ 5000/Dura Tech® mx Warranty (PVDF) (pdf) (rtf)

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