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Standing Seam Roof Systems
BattenLok® HS SuperLok®


The BattenLok® HS and SuperLok® standing seam metal roof systems blend the aesthetics of an architectural panel with the strength of the structural panel. These panels have earned several UL uplift ratings, assuring the reliability of performance. They also provide flexibility to meet design challenges.

Each of these standing seam metal roof systems is designed to be installed over open framing. However, the MBCI LiteFrame®, 5/8-inch plywood or a composite roof assembly may be used as alternate substructures. BattenLok® HS and SuperLok® must be installed on roof slopes of ½:12 or greater.

Approvals and Ratings
Each standing seam metal roof system carries the Underwriters Laboratories Fire Resistance and Wind Uplift (UL 90) ratings covering a wide range of roof designs. In addition, the SuperLok® system meets a variety of ratings as tested under FM Global Corporation Standard 4471. The BattenLok® HS and SuperLok® systems have met all test requirements specified in CEGS 07416 / ASTM E 1592 Standing Seam Metal Roof System guide specification. MBCI's vertical leg standing seam roof panels meet both Florida Product Approvals and Miami-Dade County Approvals.

Weathertight Roof Systems
Special clips are available allowing for thermal roof expansion and contraction during extreme temperature changes. All trim is both weathertight and aesthetically pleasing, giving the roof a nice finished appearance.

Factory-applied sealant in the panel sidelap helps ensure a tight, secure weathertight lap whether it is a snap-together or field-seamed system.


NOTE: As with all standing seam metal roof systems, sound attenuation (e.g. blanket insulation) is required between the panel and the substructure to prevent “roof rumble” during windy conditions. Some composite roof systems may require additional acoustical consideration to ensure that thermal vibration noises are isolated from the building’s interior. Contact your architect and/or engineer for proper acoustical design.


 
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