Roof and Wall Panels

Single Skin

    Composed used by Pinax Infra PEB:

  • Base metal of either Galvalume coated steel conforming to ASTM A 792M Grade 345B or aluminum conforming to ASTM B 209M Alloy 3003 Temper H26. Galvalume coating is 55% Aluminum and about 45% Zinc by weight.

  • An exterior surface coating on painted panels of 25 microns of epoxy primer with a highly durable polyester finish.

  • An interior surface coating on painted panels of 12 microns of epoxy primer and modified polyester or foam spec.

Insulated Panels

Liner panels have one metal skin surface with polystyrene foam board adhered to it for better insulation.

Insulation of various types is now used in all types of buildings. Pinax Infra was one of the first companies to introduce polyurethane sandwich panels in the Middle-East. Polyurethane has been recognized as the most resistant material to heat transmission.

Louvers

Louvers are generally used in industrial and storage buildings. They form a part of the ventilation system that is often required to reduce buildup of dust, vapor and heat inside buildings to practical levels. The use of louvers, suitably positioned in the perimeter walls of a building, in combination with roof ventilators provides continuous circulation of natural air and creates a healthier atmosphere for the building occupants.

Panel Accessories

Eave gutters, downspouts, curved eaves, wall flashings and trims are produced from the same material (base metal, thickness, substrate coating, paint finish and color) as the wall panels of the building.

Purlins "Z"

A horizontal secondary structural member, bolted to the rafters, which transfers the roof loads from the roof covering to the primary frames.

Girt "C"

Secondary horizontal member attached to the main frame columns. Girts normally support wall panels.