ATAS Metal Roof Panels Find New Applications As Wall Cladding
Allentown, PA - Standing Seam Shingle and Monarch Batten Seam, metal panels manufactured by ATAS International, have long been used for metal roofing. Recently,
they have been adopted for use as metal wall cladding.
Standing Seam Shingles are elegant in their style and feature a four-way interlock to ensure weathertightness. These panels are installed with concealed fasteners over a solid substrate. Transverse seams are staggered to provide clean lines running up
the wall achieving a unique vertical shingle look. These shingles are available in .032 aluminum or 16 oz. copper and are available in two panel sizes: 16” x 36” and 16” x 60”, with a 1” panel depth. Their compact size
makes them very easy to handle on the job site, and should a few panels be needed to finish a project, they can be quickly shipped via a package delivery service.
Monarch™ is a “batten” style panel with an integral batten and seam. The batten seam and lock are an integral part of the panel, and a vertical “leg” is formed as an extra water barrier. A clip is hooked over the leg; this
allows for the expansion of the system. The panels interlock with each other. All clips and fasteners required to install the panel are concealed with the batten of the consecutive panel. Continuous panel lengths eliminate cross seams. Easy one-piece
installation lowers on-site labor cost, and there are no extra caps or strips to install. Also, no special equipment is required to zip or seam the panels together. Monarch Batten Seam panels are available in aluminum, metallic coated steel, 55% Al-Zn
alloy coated steel with acrylic coating, and in 16 and 20 oz. copper. There are three panel widths to choose from: 8”, 12”, and 16”, all with a 2” panel depth in a smooth or stucco embossed texture. This panel can be installed
on a wall vertically or horizontally.
Aesthetics of the Standing Seam Shingle and Monarch Batten Seam wall panels can be enhanced by using factory fabricated Elite Series trims, including Z Boxes for electrical and vent penetrations. Both panels could also be used for interior wall applications.
Jim Bush, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for ATAS, said, “In addition to the continual research and development of new products, we also continue to discover new applications for our existing products. The appearance of standing seams and
batten seams in wall installations are becoming more popular. Therefore, it was an obvious choice to add these existing products to our ever-expanding line of wall panel profiles.”
About ATAS International Inc.
Founded in 1963, ATAS International Inc. is a leading manufacturer of metal roofing, wall cladding, ceilings, perimeter edge metal, and accessories. The ATAS portfolio
features an expansive selection of products available in aluminum, steel, zinc, stainless steel, and copper. Standard profiles include narrow and wide ribbed wall panels, corrugated styles, standing seam and batten seam roof systems, metal shingles,
shakes, tiles, and more. Additional options include curved, tapered, and perforated panels; concealed or exposed fasteners; smooth or embossed textures; horizontal and vertical applications; and a choice of over 40 stock colors with 70% PVDF finish.
With sustainability at the forefront of modern building design, ATAS proudly supports green building objectives with high performance solutions, such as solar-ready roof panels, insulated metal panels, cool roofing products, and solar air heating wall
panels. The ATAS team consists of product and market specialists that provide a high level of support for your project, from initial discovery and design to installation. ATAS has two ISO 9001:2015 certified manufacturing locations in the United States:
the headquarters in Allentown, PA, and their facility in Mesa, AZ. ATAS also has a second location in Allentown, PA, and recently added a new manufacturing location in University Park, IL. For more information about ATAS International, visit www.atas.com or call 610.395.8445. For more information on InSpire, visit www.inspirewall.com.