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7/8″ Corrugated

7/8″ Corrugated Metal Roofing Panels

Corrugated panels are the cornerstone of metal roofing. This unique panel, with its distinctive and refined appearance, can give any project the look of class with superior function. This panel can be made in countless material types and gauges, including Core-Ten weathering steel and ReziBond®.

 



Panel Color Options

22 Gauge Special Order (takes extra time)
Almond (CMG)
Bone White (CMG)
Charcoal Gray (CMG)
Dark Bronze (CMG)
Hartford Green (CMG)
Mansard Brown (CMG)
Matte Black (CMG)
Medium Bronze (CMG)
Sandstone (CMG)
Sierra Tan (CMG)
Slate Gray (CMG)
24 Gauge *Stock Colors*
Charcoal Gray Textured (Teton)
Dark Bronze (Teton)
Gotham Patina Low Gloss/Low Sheen (Teton)
Gun Metal Low Gloss/Low Sheen (Teton)
Matte Black (Teton)
Medium Bronze (Teton)
Galvalume Non-Painted (Teton)
24 Gauge Special Order (takes extra time)
Aged Copper (CMG)
Almond (CMG)
Ash Gray (CMG)
Bone White (CMG)
Burgundy (CMG)
Burnished Slate (CMG)
Champagne (CMG)
Charcoal Gray (CMG)
Cityscape (CMG)
Classic Green (CMG)
Colonial Red (CMG)
Copper Penny (CMG)
Dark Bronze (CMG)
Deep Black (CMG)
G-90 (Non-Painted)
Hartford Green (CMG)
Mansard Brown (CMG)
Matte Black (CMG)
Medium Bronze (CMG)
Musket Gray (CMG)
Rame Toscana (Low Gloss/Low Sheen)
Regal Red (CMG)
Royal Blue (CMG)
Sandstone (CMG)
Sierra Tan (CMG)
Slate Blue (CMG)
Slate Gray (CMG)
Stone White (CMG)
Terra Cotta (CMG)
Vintage (CMG)
Weathered Zinc (CMG)
Western Rust (CMG)

Available Gauges

22, 24
* Certain colors may be subject to an order minimum and longer lead time. Please contact your Teton Steel representative to learn more.

Weight

5.00lbs/LnFt (22)
4.00lbs/LnFt (24)

Substrate

AZ-50, Grade D, 50,000ksi

Available Materials

Painted, Galvalume, ReziBond®, Core Ten

Paint Systems

Durapon70™ PVDF, ULTRA-CLADTM Kynar500®/Hylar5000®

Warranties

Durapon70™ PVDF – 35 year, ULTRA-CLAD™ - 35 year, Zincalume® AZ50 – 20 year

Minimum Slope

3:12 with Bead Seal and Stitch Screws installed 1’0” up the panel at side laps. For maximum weather-tightness, screws should be installed on top of the wave pattern of the panel.

Testing

UL 580 Wind Uplift (Class 90)
UL 2218 Class 4 Hail Impact
UL 790 Class A Fire Rating

Fastener Guide:
  • #10 Woodfast screws are designed for use with dimensional lumber.
  • #14 Wafer screws are designed for use with plywood sheeting and , OSB (the preferred screw for use with this heavier-gauge panel), and wafer wood (7/16”minimum thickness)
  • #12 Tek Screws are designed to be used with structural steel up to 3/16” in thickness (also a preferred screw for this heavier-gauge panel).
Fastener Application:

Roof Application: Screws are to be installed (Preferably on top of the wave pattern)  following the below details, installed no more than 3’6” up the panel. **Predrilling is recommended to ensure water tightness** It is recommended to use mastic tape between every panel at the side lap with stitched screws installed every 1’0” up the panel. Any slope below a 4:12 must use mastic tape and stitch screws.

Wall Application: Screws are to be installed following the below details, installed no more than 3’6”up the panel. **Predrilling is recommended to ensure water tightness**

Wall Application:

Screws are to be installed following the below details, installed no more than 3’6” up the panel. **Predrilling is recommended to ensure water tightness**