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MCA13a Oil Canning in Metal Roof and Metal Wall Systems

Oil Canning can be defined as visible waviness in the flat areas of metal roofing and metal wall panels. In technical terms, oil canning is referred to as elastic buckling (more commonly known as “stress wrinkling”). It can occur in any type of metal panels: steel, aluminum, zinc, or copper.

TB723 Spangle

Please be aware that for the past decade the spangle of Galvanized material has been changing
and the spangle is getting smaller and smaller…

TB724 Energy Star approval

Fabral has Energy Star approval for every metal roofing product we make when it is produced
using bare Galvalume or clear acrylic coated Galvalume…

TB704 Ceiling Liner Panels

Fabral’s Grandrib III, Strongrib, Fabrib, Alutwin, 2 1/2 x 1/2 Corrugated, and Mighti-Rib are
commonly used as ceiling liner panels in a variety of applications…

TB720 Residential

Typical construction for residential roofing consists of rafters or trusses spaced 16″ or 24″ on
center and at a pitch, or roof slope, of 3/12 up to 12/12…

TB725 Metal Recyclability

Metal roofing and siding panels are made with the most recyclable materials on Earth, making
them a great choice for building materials now and for future generations.