Metl-Span’s ThermalSafe® panel is an insulated metal panel made with non-combustible structural mineral wool core maximizing compressive strength with an exclusive double-tongue-and-groove interlocking side joint, LockGuard, further enhancing the fire resistant performance.
The ThermalSafe® insulated metal panel meets the required ratings required for today’s buildings through Intertek and UL fire approval, in both US and Canada. These panels are UL fire rated assemblies that achieve one-, two- or three-hour fire ratings for walls and 1.5 hours for ceilings. Fire resistant panels increase your building’s safety and protect materials, property and people from the spread of fires or from fires entering your building.
These fire rated panels have superior structural characteristics and span capabilities. In addition, the panel provides good thermal performance and protection from the elements that are perfect for industrial and high fire risk building applications.
Thickness: Nominal 3″*, 4″, 5″, 6″, 7″, 8″
Length: 8′-0″ to 40′-0″, variable by thickness
R-Value: See Data Sheet
Exterior Profile: Ultra-Light Mesa, Santa Fe or Striated, nominal 1/32″ deep, embossed
Exterior Face: G-90 galvanized or AZ-50 aluminum-zinc coated steel in 26 and 24 Ga.
Interior Profile: Ultra-Light Mesa, nominal 1/32″ deep, embossed
Interior Face: G-90 galvanized or AZ-50 aluminum-zinc coated steel in 26 and 24 Ga.
Joint: Exclusive LockGuard side joint has a flush, double-tongue-and-groove connection of the metal faces with an advanced integral spline to join the mineral wool core
Core: Non-combustible, rigid mineral wool lamellas. Mineral wool fibers are oriented perpendicular to the panel faces for maximum structural strength.
Thermal Values: K-Factor of 0.275 at 75°F (24°C) mean temperature (btu/sf/hr./deg.F)
Testing & Certifications: See Data Sheet
*No hourly rating available.
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