Select Seam® Narrow Batten metal roofing is a performance-rated, non-structural, batten seam metal roofing panel, perfect for education, civic or institutional applications. The clean, wide pan appearance makes this panel ideal for a classic architectural effect.
Available in several energy-efficient colors to meet just about any need or look. Select Seam is the preferred choice by architects and building owners looking for a performance-rated, non-structural, batten seam metal roof system that can be curved for many radius applications.
- Application: Roofing
- Gauge: 24 & 22
- Coverage: 12″, 16″ & 21 1⁄4″
- Minimum Slope: 3:12
Testing and Performance
- Metal roofing is well-known for its durability by defying the elements.
- Testing: ASTM E1592 (wind uplift), ASTM E283 (air infiltration) and ASTM E331 (water infiltration).
- Roof 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).
- Meets UL580 Class 90 wind uplift requirements and class 4 Impact (Hail) Resistance rated per UL 2218.
- All structural performance data is contained within Building Code Approval Report.
- Weathertight warranty available. Minimum slope required. AEP Span Underlayment HT required for all Full System Weathertightness Limited Warranties. Contact AEP Span representative for more information. (Roof application ONLY).
- All testing performed by accredited third-party.
- Custom manufactured metal roof lengths: 5′-0″ to 45′-0″.
- Metal roof is acceptable for use in vertical metal siding applications.
- Subtle striations standard on panels. (Flat pan offered by request).
- Can be single or double-sided tapered. (additional lead time applies)
- Narrow Batten metal roofing can be field curved to a 4’ radius.
Oil Canning Disclaimer
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