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Versa-Line wall cladding profile in the Versa-Series collection of concealed-fastener wall panels is designed for horizontal or vertical applications, with a design focused on thin raised ribs. Pre-punched fastener slots allow for quick and easy installation.
The Versa-Line panel is available in 12 3⁄8 inches or 16 3⁄8 inches coverage with a 1-inch panel depth and a smooth or embossed texture. Panel lengths are cut to customer specifications with a minimum of 2 feet and a maximum of 25 feet.
Versa-Line is available in a variety of metals and gauges: .032 aluminum, .040 aluminum, and .7 mm zinc.
A complete line of trims is offered in matching colors, gauge, and finish, or as specified. The aluminum panels have a Kynar 500 PVDF or Hylar 5000 PVDF finish in over 30 stock colors; custom colors are also available. Versa-Line in aluminum is manufactured from stock; zinc is subject to minimum quantities and longer lead time, depending upon availability.
From architectural shadow lines to staggered shingle appearance, the Versa Series of panels offers wall-to-wall design flexibility.
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