Morin Standing Seam Series SLR-18 utilizes a wide, shallow ridging on each panel for a subtle appearance while providing panel strength. Designed with a concealed clip and fastener connection, SLR-18 is perfectly suited for new or retrofit projects. SLR-18 panels are an option for job site roll forming.
Concealed clip and fastener design
Design Options for 0, 1, 2 and 3 ribs
Design Option for SLR-18 Striated
Retro-fit is an ideal application for the Standing Seam Roof Panel
Portable curving available down to 20° radius for some materials (contact your local MORIN representative for further information).
Lengths 5' (1.52m) to 40' (12.19m) standard Shorter and longer lengths available; Jobsite roll forming of panels in continuous lengths so as to eliminate panel end laps
Weather-resistant or rainscreen rear-ventilated application
Steel (Galvalume/Zincalume) - 20*, 22 and 24 GA *Fontana only Aluminum - 0.040 GA and 0.032 GA Special Note: Copper, Zinc and Stainless Steel options available dependent on the profile.
Standard (Fluropon® PVDF-Kynar500®) Premium Colors MICA (Fluropon Classic®II PVDF) Premium Colors METALLIC (Fluropon Classic®PVDF) Morin Custom Color Matching Services Other Finishes Available
Smooth surface standard; Stucco embossed texture optional; striated and pencil beads are available
Factory caulking standard
Open framing or solid decking applications
Clip galv 2 piece sliding:Galvanized base/galvanized 22ga. Clip; Clip S/S 2 piece: Galvanized base/ SS 22ga. Clip
Air Infiltration: ASTM E-283 and ASTM E-1680 Water Penetration: ASTM E-331, ASTM E-1646 and ASTM E-2140 Structural Performance: ASTM E-330 and ASTM E-1592 Wind Uplift Test: TAS 125 (per UL580) Impact Testing-Florida Building Code Protocol: TAS 201 SLR12 and SLR18 have FM and UL approvals
Bristol, CT, Fontana, CA and DeLand, FL
The information contained in this MORIN Technical Specication Sheet (TSS) and any accompanying typical
detail sheets is reliable and correct, but is subject to change without notice. Typical details are meant to show
the products of the seller in a manner which is representative of the way in which they are installed. It is the
responsibility of the buyer or his or her architect or engineer to verify that any product is suitable for the
conditions and use intended and that the products are compatible with a any other material.
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