CROSS SECTIONAL LINE DRAWING

suPIR Panel (PIR)

PIR Core
SuPIR Panel (PIR) comprises of pre-painted steel skins bonded to a PIR core with a ceiling panel sheet bonded to the underside. SuPIR Panel (PIR) does have fire retardant properties. For a fire rated option -/30/30 can be acheived with the 200mm thick suPIR panel and specialised installation. Please consult Metalcraft Insulated Panels.
NZ MANUFACTURED:
Manufactured in Auckland, using locally and imported products. Available nationwide
SHEET LENGTH:
15m un-piloted truck, longer lengths available depending on freight restrictions to site
NZ Steel - COLORSTEEL®
NZ Steel - COLORSTEEL® colours providing perfect colour match with flashings

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SuPIR Panel (PIR) comprises of pre-painted steel skins bonded to a PIR core with a ceiling panel sheet bonded to the underside. SuPIR Panel (PIR) does have fire retardant properties. For a fire rated option -/30/30 can be acheived with the 200mm thick suPIR panel and specialised installation. Please consult Metalcraft Insulated Panels.

Product & Benefits:

• Fire resistant core
• Long spans
• NZ Steel COLORSTEEL®
• NZ warranty
• Thermally efficient
• A reduction of wet trades
• Efficient concealed fixing system
• Ease of cutting and trimming on site
• Minimal mess on site
• Compatibility with openings and design elements of the building

suPIR span is available with a range of colour and ceiling profile finishes.

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COLORSTEEL® COLOUR OPTIONS

Standard colour is Titania to both sides. All colours are available in COLORSTEEL® ENDURA® and COLORSTEEL® MAXX®. Please note colours below are indicative and we recommend you request a steel colour sample from your nearest Metalcraft Roofing branch. The homeowner, client should be aware that temperatures of dark colours are higher than those of lighter colours. Darker colours will thermally expand more. Thermal expansion is covered in the MRM Code of Practice. The MBIE document on roof cladding advises that noise from thermal expansion is normal and should be expected. Refer to MBIE -Guide to tolerances, materials and workmanship in new residential construction 2015.

Karaka

Gull Grey

Permanent Green

Mist Green

Lichen

FlaxPod®

Ironsand

Lignite

Desert Sand

Slate

Grey Friars

New Denim Blue

Thunder Grey

Sandstone Grey

Cloud

Titania

Scoria

Pioneer Red

Windsor Grey

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