Metl-Span cold storage panels function as walls, ceilings and roofs for cooler, freezer and food processing buildings, in new and retrofit construction. In addition, Metl-Span panels are ideal for dry goods warehouses and other controlled environment buildings where temperature control and insulation values are critical.
Enables wall and ceiling panels to join almost seamlessly
Bold vertical lines for commercial or industrial buildings
Well suited for exterior and interior partition applications
Ideal for interior face of food processing areas
Standing seam metal roof panel for controlled temperature applications
Superior Insulating Value across the entire wall and roof area is assured with Metl-Span panels. They actually increase in “R” value as the mean core temperature of the panel decreases. This unique feature is attributed to the blowing agent used in the production of the panels to give them their high insulating qualities.
One-Step Installation process assures rapid completion of the wall and roof system. Factory fabricated composite panels are attached directly to the supporting structure and multiple steps to construct the insulated wall and roof are eliminated. Faster building completion means reduced construction and interim financing costs.
Impermeable Exterior and Interior Faces ensure the highest insulating values are maintained for the life of the building. Panels are manufactured with impermeable faces and when installed the insulation is completely encapsulated by metal trim that creates an impermeable membrane on all sides of the panel. The aged “R” values are comparable to the initial “R” values many years after the buildings original completion.
Class 1 Polyurethane Foam meets the requirements of the major model building codes for cold storage construction. Unlike panels with expanded polystyrene cores they will not produce a self-propagating fire. Local building codes may require automatic fire suppression systems for most installations.
Metl-Span Panels are Lightweight, yet very strong and durable attributing to reduced costs for erection and structural support.