Side Lap fasteners recommended when installing as roof panel
Pre Drilling sheets in bundles is not recommended during installation for any steel sheets as this
can cause hot burs which can rust to the pre painted or bare sheet and create a rusting appearance
around the drill holes.
The Low Rib panel is relatively easy to install. Simply lay your first sheet on the
opposite end of your building of the prevailing winds and follow the recommended
fastener pattern to the right. The second sheet can be laid with one rib overlapping
the first panel, as per the picture to the right, and follow that pattern for each
corresponding panel. For more in depth installation advice on panels, flashing and
accessories, download/print our installation guide below.
Low Rib Spec Page
Recommended Fastener Pattern
* Orange available in 29 gauge only
29 Gauge Colour Chart
Low Rib Load Table
* Colours are a guideline only and may appear different on different screens, contact your nearest branch for more accurate colour samples.
Exposed Fastener Panel Installation Guide
Recommended Fastener Pattern at Eaves, Ridges & Endlaps
24 Gauge Colour Chart
26 Gauge Colour Chart
Nisku, AB, CAN
Exposed Fastener Install Guide
3/8" Flashing Guide
The Low Rib Profile offers plenty of flexibility for your roofing and siding needs. With a 3/8" low profile rib, this profile is capable of shaping itself over the curvatures on your building. Low Rib is an excellent choice for quonset buildings, barns and other curved roofing and siding applications.