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Shiraz:

There are many manufacturers of corrugated sheeting. These usually fall into two categories: structural decking and cladding panels.

Structural decking is usually 22 gauge to 16 gauge and is designed to support floor loads, either with or without composite action from concrete infill. Decking is usually galvanized or prime painted. There are many depths and patterns. Typical manufacturers are Verco and Wheeling.

Cladding panels are usually used for roofs or walls and are usually 26 to 22 gauge. They may be galvanized or coated with baked on finishes. Kynar is a premium finish. Typically, cladding panels have Kynar on the exterior side and a siliconized polyester "wash coat" on the interior side. Steel cladding is first "coil coated" and then roll formed after the coatings are on. Typical manufacturers are Robertson and AEP-Span.

Hope that helps you narrow your search. / Eric Cox,RSE




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Hi

I am looking for a table with properties (gage, weight, strength, etc) of
Corrugated Galvanized Iron (CGI) sheets. Plus information on corrosion
protection, whats the life of the galvanization used on such sheets
normally.

Best regards,

Shiraz Shahid.



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