Max-Rib is a low profile (3/4″) panel that is equally well suited for residential roofing and post frame applications.
Varying applications, end uses, and expectations require different metal panel alternatives. Fortunately, McElroy’s popular Max-Rib profile is available in five distinct options: Max-Rib Ultra, Max-Rib II, Max-Rib 100, and Max-Rib Commodity/Liner. The best choice for your individual project depends on factors such as performance, desired longevity, and budget.
Types of Panels
Max-Rib Ultra – Galvalume® substrate with Kynar 500® (PVDF) coating
For unsurpassed performance in a light gauge panel, The Ultra is the ultimate choice. This distinctive metal panel combines the long-life performance of a Galvalume steel substrate with a fade and chalk resistant Kynar 500® (PVDF) based Fluropon® paint system by Sherwin Williams. The end result is an exceptional metal panel that provides unmatched resistance to chalking and fading and the best assurance that your project will retain its beauty year-after-year. The preferred panel for residential roofs and any building where owners are concerned about quality and long-term performance.
Max-Rib II – Galvalume substrate with a Silicone Modified Polyester (SMP) coating
Combining the long-life characteristics of a Galvalume steel substrate with the proven performance of a high-quality Silicone Modified Polyester (SMP) coating, this is an excellent multi-use metal panel.
Max-Rib 100 – Galvanized G100 substrate with a Silicone Modified Polyester (SMP) coating
Combining a zinc-coated G100 Galvanized substrate with a high-quality Silicone Modified Polyester coating, the 100 is an ideal panel when a Galvanized substrate is required.
Max-Rib Commodity/Max-Rib Liner
This panel has a 10-year warrantied economical panel that is ideal for interior applications such as liner panel or basic shade and shelter applications.
Max-Rib with MoistureLok
For non-climate controlled buildings, field applied condensation control has historically been a necessary and labor-intensive construction element. Multi-Rib (PB), MasterLok-90 and Mirage panels are available with factory applied MoistureLok an anti-condensation membrane. The end result is an economical and non-labor intensive condensation solution. MoistureLok’s membrane provides a medium for trapping moisture and holding droplets in place until conditions go back to below the dew point. At that time, the moisture is simply released into the atmosphere in the form of natural humidity.
Storm Damage on Metal Roof
Items to Check After Heavy Winds, Rain, Hail or Snow:
- Debris scattered on the roof
- Loose flashing or other roof components
- Punctures from falling or flying objects
- Damaged trim
- Roof for ponding water
- Gutters for ponding water
- Roof curbs and penetrations and other special trim conditions to ensure water is not ponding upslope from these areas