Roll Former – Stationary Producing Four Through-Fastened Profiles

Kloeckner Metals Honolulu is proud to offer stationary roll formers capable of producing four through-fastened profiles.

Through-Fastened Profiles

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are through-fastened profiles?


    A stationary roll former is a machine that uses a series of rollers to shape metal sheets into specific profiles. The term “stationary” refers to the fact that the machine does not move during the rolling process. Instead, the metal sheet is fed into the machine and the rollers shape it into the desired profile.

    A through-fastened profile is a type of metal roofing or siding profile that is secured to a building using screws or other fasteners that go through the face of the panel. This is in contrast to concealed-fastener profiles, where the fasteners are hidden from view.

    A roll former that produces four through-fastened profiles is a machine that is capable of producing four different profiles, all of which are secured to a building using through-fasteners. The exact profiles that the machine produces will depend on the specific tooling that is installed in the machine.

    Overall, a stationary roll former that produces four through-fastened profiles is a machine that is commonly used in the metal roofing and siding industry to manufacture panels for commercial and residential buildings.

  • What metals are common in metal roofing that is through-fastened?


    Metal roofing that is through-fastened can be made from a variety of metals, each with its own set of advantages and disadvantages. The most common metals used in through-fastened metal roofing are:

    • Steel: Steel is a popular choice for metal roofing due to its strength, durability, and affordability. Galvanized steel, which is coated with zinc to protect against rust and corrosion, is a common choice for through-fastened metal roofing.
    • Aluminum: Aluminum is lightweight, corrosion-resistant, and has a high strength-to-weight ratio. It is a popular choice for through-fastened metal roofing in coastal areas or other locations with high levels of salt or moisture in the air.

    Other metals that can be used for through-fastened metal roofing include stainless steel and terne-coated steel. The choice of metal will depend on factors such as the desired appearance, cost, and durability requirements for the specific project.

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