overview of new build built up metal roof and cladding systems. mrc groups new build built up metal roof systems comprise of an internal steel walkable profiled liner sheet and an external concealed fix or pierced fix external roof sheet separated by the patented ashgrid spacer system forming a structural cavity.
a built-up system consists of liner sheets and liner trays. the liner sheet system consists of two sheets; an internal deck liner sheet, and an external cladding sheet. the inner liner sheet can be fixed to the main structure using cladding rails or purlins.
single cladding or in combination with built-up systems. the profiles are most commonly used horizontally, but can be used vertically too. sab has a broad range of architectional wall profiles e.g. sinusoidal, trapezoidal, specials and sidings, which can have a variety of finish options depending on the product selected, these include: colorcoat hps200 ultra, colorcoat prisma, colorcoat pvdf, colorcoat polyester pe25.
this is a cost effective pre-layered wall cladding system which includes the lining, insulation and top sheet all in one panel. the composite panels are available in a wide range of coatings and insulation thicknesses. they also have guaranteed structural and thermal performance
large demonstration walls are built with the complete cladding system. this system is then subjected to a fire that replicates a severe fire. these tests such as nfpa 285, bs8414 look at whether the system resists fire spread up a wall. the cladding that was used in grenfell tower was never fire tested.
built-up and composite wall cladding systems. site conditions can often determine the choice of cladding system selected. bsw will advise on the most appropriate solution of cladding system to be adopted for each project.
2.1.1 colours when metal wall cladding became popular in the 1970s, it brought with it the great advantage of colour choice across the spectrum. despite this, grey and brown industrial and commercial buildings predominate, resulting in generally dull commercial estates.
rainscreen cladding is a system designed to work to protect the structure of a building from the wind and rain. correctly specified, a rainscreen cladding system will provide insulating properties whilst controlling water, wind and fire. the main reason for a rainscreen cladding system is usually down to the visual impact of the building.
combining a built-up metal wall system with rockwool stone wool insulation creates a robust specification that effectively delivers outstanding thermal, acoustic and fire performance.
traditional built up wall cladding this is a traditional industrial wall cladding system that is a site assembled twin skin metal wall systems with mineral wool core insulation. it consists of an internal metal liner, before an insulating layer and an external face.
built up roof and wall cladding systems have been used for around fifty years in the uk and incorporate thin-gauge, profiled steel or aluminium metal sheets. these profile sheets are often referred to by their shape: trapezoidal profiles are those that are based on a trapezoid or trapezium whilst sinusoidal profiles are based on the shape of the sine wave.
kingspan offer an extensive range of high performance secret and through-fix insulated wall panel systems. discover more and contact kingspan today.
the built up roofing system, also known as twinskin cladding, utilises individual components to offer a diverse range of benefits during the design, installation, maintenance and refurbishment of your industrial roof and walls.
many of our profiles can be combined with our insulated panel systems to offer high levels of thermal and fire performance. the kingspan single skin metal roof and wall claddings provide a cost effective cladding solution where single or twin skin is required.
built up systems a profiled wall utilises metal cladding with trapezoidal, sinusoidal or half round profiles fixed to the steel structure of a building. cladding panels can be produced in 6 different profiles which can be laid horizontally or vertically and can be manufactured from prefinished steel or aluminium in a vast array of colours; providing a wide choice of aesthetic finish.
vertical cladding sleeved or butt system rails are used with vertical built up cladding or vertical composite panels screw fixed to the horizontal rail. this system should be used in conjunction with our vertical cladding restraint system components.
our range of structural liner trays are suitable for both roof and wall cladding applications. designed for ultimate convenience, they remove the need for purlins or cladding rails. acoustic structural liner trays. we offer a range of acoustic liner trays which achieve a class a sound absorption rating.
built up insulation systems. many specifiers recommend built up insulated roof and wall cladding systems for complete thermal efficiency. the insulant such as universal wool / fibreglass is sandwiched in the cavity between the top sheet nwssr32 and liner panel nwssl20.
single cladding or in combination with built-up systems. the profiles are most commonly used horizontally, but can be used vertically too. sab has a broad range of architectional wall profiles e.g. sinusoidal, trapezoidal, specials and sidings, which can have a variety of finish options depending on the product selected, these include
built up roof and wall cladding systems have been used for the last fifty years. they incorporate thin-gauge, profiled steel or aluminium metal sheets. these profile sheets are often referred to by shape.
built up systems. site assembled built-up cladding system can be used to create a cost efficient wall finish, and can be varied by the use of differing external profiles, ranging from trapezoidal to sinusoidal or standing seam. the systems are adaptable and can be tailored to achieve a variety of u-values using conventional spacer systems.
twin-therm built up wall cladding system. twiin-therm wall cladding system provides a consistently reliable building envelope system with guarantees up to 40 years. assembled on site the system is light-weight with a range of profiles to give a wide choice of design features.
built-up metal roof or wall cladding system that uses rails and bracket spacers: 1 use simple algorithms this requires knowledge of the upper and lower limits to the thermal resistance of the basic panel see page 4 . these values are then used to determine a u-value, to which adjustments are made for the effects of fixing