Press Release Summary:
Curved metal building panels perform natural ventilation, light diffusion, and sound control functions. Panels are available in painted or unpainted galvanized or Galvalume steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, and other metals. Panels include 20 to 24 GA exposed fastener profiles in depths of 7/8" to 1-1/2" and various configurations, including 7/8" corrugated.
Original Press Release:
Curveline Introduces Custom-Curved Perforated Metal Panels
Ontario, Calif., November 2001 - Curveline, Inc., which has a patented method for the "crimp-curving" of metal building panels, now has the capability to curve a wide selection of perforated roofing, wall and decking profiles. The curved perforated panels may be used aesthetically and/or functionally in exterior and interior applications to perform natural ventilation, light diffusion, sound control and other functions.
Curved perforated panels are ideally suited to large spaces such as shopping malls and retailing facilities, auto dealerships, airports and transportation depots, educational buildings, parking structures, convention centers and arenas. Together the crimped curves, panel ribs and perforations create a highly dynamic look that is both artistic and high-tech. Used in combination with acoustical batte insulation, the panels also have excellent sound control properties.
Panels suitable for perforating and curving include 20 to 24 GA exposed fastener profiles in depths of 7/8" to 1-1/2" and in a variety of configurations, including standard 7/8" corrugated.
Panels are available in painted or unpainted galvanized or Galvalume steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, and other specialty metals. Spacing and dimensions of the perforated holes may vary, with up to a 40 percent open area.