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    PermaTherm Insulated Metal Panel Manufacturing Tolerances PermaTherm Insulated Metal Panel Manufacturing Tolerances Document Transcript

    • 269 Industrial Park Rd. PermaTherm Monticello, GA 31064 {p} (706) 468-7500 269 Industrial Park Rd. | Monticello, GA 31064 {f } (706) 468-7510 Insulation Innovation {p} (706) 468-7500 | {f} (706) 468-7510 (866) 468-7510 {e} info@permatherm.net {e} permatherm@earthlink.com Panel Manufacturing Tolerances Length Up to 20 ft: ± 1/8 in. Over 20 ft.: ± 3/16 in. Width ± 1/8 in. Thickness ± 1/8 in. Squareness ± 1/8 in. (measured 6 in. from end) Lateral Bow Up to 10 ft. ± 3/32 in. 10 ft. to 20 ft.: ± 3/16 in. Over 20 ft.: ± 3/8 in. Flatness ± 3/16 in. per 2 ft. spanJoints Male/female joint edges flush, with not more than 1/8 in. deviationFinish Panels free of surface imperfections (dents, mars, scratches, etc.) visible with panel in position ofintended use and view under good light from intended installed distance or 8 ft., whichever is greater.Other Manufacturing GuidelinesPermaTherm Architectural Insulating Panels are designed to carry specified total loads, with maximumcomputed buckling stress not to exceed the maximum allowable buckling stress of the facings.The inside face of all panels must be cut at girt attachments to avoid compression bucking of the exteriorskin.Wherever interior panel skins are extended to the outside (warm side) surface, a thermal break must be cutto avoid thermal conductivity.Block panel packages should be stored above ground to keep out of water, and on a sloped surface toprovide drainage. Contents and logo are property of PermaTherm, Inc.page 1 All rights reserved. Copyright 2005 ©