AVP – Wall Panels

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The AVP panel produces a decorative shadow line creating a distinctive architectural effect with semi-concealed fasteners. Ribs are 1 1/8″ deep and major corrugations spaced 12″ on center. The net coverage of panel is 3′-0 “.

Gauge

  • 26 and 24

Length

  • Maximum recommended 40′. Longer lengths available on special order.

Dimensions

  • 36″ wide by 1 1 /8″ deep

Fasteners

  • Various, depending on application.

Finish

  • Galvalume Plus®, Signature® 200 & 300 colors

Limitations

  • Installation may be difficult with very thick insulation.

Usage

  • Wall panel, liner panel, soffit panel, mansard panel face and back sheet.

Galvalume Plus® is a registered trademark of BIEC International, Inc.
Signature® is a registered trademark of the NCI Group, Inc.

Attributes

  1. Semi-concealed fastener panel
  2. Continuous eave to sill until panel exceeds 45′-0″ length
  3. Striations
  4. Optional embossed texture
  5. Signature 200 and 300 color options
  6. UL “Class A” fire rating

Advantages

  1. Attractive architectural application
  2. Eliminating end laps improves appearance and enhances ease of installation
  3. Reduces the potential for oil canning
  4. Reduces glare and the potential for oil canning
  5. Premium paint finishes with 25 year warranty
  6. AVP carries a UL® “Class A” fire rating

AVP – Section Properties

Properties Notes:

  1. All calculations for the properties of AVP panels are calculated in accordance with the 2012 edition of the North American Specification For Design Of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members.
  2. Ixe is for deflection determination.
  3. Sxe is for bending.
  4. Maxo is allowable bending moment.
  5. All values are for one foot of panel width.The Engineering data contained herein is for the expressed use of customers and design professionals. Along with this data, it is recommended that the design professional have a copy of the most current version of the North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members published by the American Iron and Steel Institute to facilitate design. This Specification contains the design criteria for cold-formed steel components. Along with the Specification, the designer should reference the most current building code applicable to the project jobsite in order to determine environmental loads. If further information or guidance regarding cold-formed design practices is desired, please contact the manufacturer.EFFECTIVE JULY 2013 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

Allowable Uniform Loads In Pounds Per Square Foot

Allowable Uniform Loads Notes:

  1. Strength calculations based on the 2007 AISI Standard “North American Specification for the Design of Cold-formed Steel Structural Members”, with 2009 and 2010 Supplements.
  2. Allowable loads are applicable for uniform loading and spans without overhangs.
  3. Wind Pressure load capacities are for those loads that push the panel against its supports. The applicable limit states are flexure, shear, combined shear and flexure, web crippling at end and interior supports, and a deflection limit of L/60 under 10-year wind loading.
  4. Wind Suction load capacities are for those loads that pull the panel away from its supports. The applicable limit states are flexure, shear, combined shear and flexure, and a deflection limit of L/60 under 10-year wind loading.
  5. Panel pullover and Screw pullout capacity must be checked separately using the screws employed for each particular application when utilizing this load chart.The engineering data contained herein is for the expressed use of customers and design professionals. Along with this data, it is recommended that the design professional have a copy of the most current version of the North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members published by the American Iron and Steel Institute to facilitate design. This specification contains the design criteria for cold-formed steel components. Along with the specification, the designer should reference the most current building code applicable to the project jobsite in order to determine environmental loads. If fur ther information or guidance regarding cold-formed design practices is desired, please contact the manufacturer.
    EFFECTIVE JULY 2013 SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE