Fabral continues to deliver on its commitment to support customer success with the addition of a new metal structural standing seam panel system. Effective Sept. 1, 2016, the new architectural Powerseam II profile will be available through the company’s Gridley, Illinois, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and St. Joseph, Minnesota, manufacturing facilities.
As with the existing Powerseam profile, Powerseam II is a mechanically seamed structural standing seam roof panel system that can be bent, curved and tapered. Powerseam II will be offered in .032”Aluminum and 26, 24 and 22 gauge steel. Stiffening ribs and shadow lines are available.
Fabral Powerseam panel systems provide an ideal architectural and functional fit for education and sports environments. While Powerseam II can be fabricated in the factory, mobile roll forming equipment will also allow onsite field-forming for projects requiring a long-length panel system. Powerseam II panels will be available in Fabral’s full architectural color palette. Custom colors will be available upon request subject to common industry minimums.
Fabral’s Powerseam know-how and experience have been used on complex projects such as the Easton Archery Center of Excellence, in Chula Vista, California. This state-of-the-art, 43,800 square foot facility’s roof system allows controlled thermal expansion through 260 feet long field-formed Powerseam panels that attach to the roof’s curved substructure. The same fabrication and engineering expertise will be used with the company’s Powerseam II profile.