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Panel Profiles


U Panel & PBU Panel

U Panel
  • 36" Panel Coverage
  • Trapezoidal Rib on 6" Centers
  • 3/4" Rib Height
  • Gauges: 29 - 26 - 24 - 22
  • Finishes: Galvalume - SMP - Kynar 500
  • Minimum Roof Slope = 1:12
  • Applies over Open Framing or Solid Substrate
  • May be Reverse Rolled

R Panel & PBR Panel

U Panel
  • 36" Panel Coverage
  • Trapezoidal Rib on 12" Centers
  • 1 1/4" Rib Height
  • Gauges: 29 - 26 - 24 - 22
  • Finishes: Galvalume - SMP - Kynar 500
  • Minimum Roof Slope = 1/2:12
  • Applies over Open Framing or Solid Substrate
  • May be Reverse Rolled

Ultra Dek Panel


  • Coverage Width – 12”, 18”, 24”
  • Minimum Slope – ¼:12
  • Panel Attachment – Concealed Fastening System; Low, High, Fixed and Sliding
  • Gauge – 24 (standard); 22, 26 (optional)
  • Finishes – Smooth (standard); Embossed (optional)
  • Coatings – Galvalume Plus®, Signature® 200, Signature® 300, Signature® 300 Metallic

     *****40 year limited paint warranty avalible upon written requests*****
Color Charts


LEED and Energy Star Ratings

All of MBCI’s Signature® 300 and Signature® 200 colors are Cool Roof Colors when used for roof applications. The Solar Reflectivity and Solar Reflectance Index values are listed for each color to assist you in choosing colors for your project.

Solar Reflectivity
Solar reflectivity or reflectance (SR) is the ability of a material to reflect solar energy from its surface back into the atmosphere. The SR value is a number from 0 (zero) to 1.0. A value of 0 indicates that the material absorbs all solar energy and a value of 1.0 indicates it is all reflected. ENERGY STAR requires SR testing of both new and aged roof products. New products must have an SR value of 0.25 or higher for steep slope roofing (above 2:12) and an SR value of 0.65 or higher for low slope roofing (2:12 or less). Aged testing requires three (3) years to complete, so not all products that meet the initial requirements are qualified. For more information, please visit www.energystar.gov.

Solar Reflectance Index
The Solar Reflectance Index (SRI) is used to determine compliance with LEED requirements and is calculated according to ASTM E 1980 using values for reflectance and emissivity. Emissivity is a material’s ability to release absorbed energy. To meet LEED requirements a roofing material must have an SRI of 29 or higher for steep slope roofing (above 2:12) and an SRI value of 78 or higher for low slope roofing (2:12 or less. For more information, please visit www.usgbc.org.