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Span-Lok™ hp

Mechanically Seamed 2″ High Rib, Providing Aesthetic Appeal and Weathertightness

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Performance-rated architectural standing seam metal roof systems that have a mechanically seamed 2″ high rib, providing aesthetic appeal and weathertightness and can be used in a wide variety of new construction or retrofit applications.

  • 12″ & 16″ coverage roof panel
  • Minimum recommended slope 1/4″:12″
  • Gauges: 22ga and 24ga in standard finishes.
  • Refer to AEP Span Color Charts for full range of color options and paint systems.
  • Custom manufactured panel lengths: 6′-0″ to 45′-0″.
  • Panel is acceptable for use in wall applications.
  • Factory applied sealant is standard.
  • Subtle striations available on 16″ panels.
  • 16″ panel available with 2 pencil ribs.
  • Factory notching available for 16″ panel for turn under at the eave. Notch provides a clean detail and reduction in labor.
  • For end laps, factory swaged panels are available (16″ only).
  • Field mechanically seamed panel.
  • Wind uplift tested in accordance with UL580 and ASTM E1592.  Has been tested for air infiltration per ASTM E1680, and water infiltration per ASTM E1646, and E2140.
  • Meets UL580 Class 90 wind uplift requirements (purlin not to exceed 5′-0″ o.c.).
  • 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).
  • Panel evaluated by accredited third party.  All structural performance data is contained within Building Code Approval Report: IAPMO-UES #ER-0309.
  • Span-Lok hp is Factory Mutual class 1-75 (5′ span) and Class 1-120 (2-6″ span) approved.
  • Weathertight warranty available. Minimum slope required. Contact AEP Span representative for more information. (Roof application ONLY)
  • 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)
  • Manufactured in Fontana, CA and Tacoma, WA.