Storm Panel Types

.050 Aluminum

  • Superior strength and light weight
  • Florida Building Code Approved (FBC) and Miami Dade approved.
  • Approved for use in High Velocity Hurricane Zone (HVHZ) & Non – HVHZ
  • Spans up to 12’ 11” at a design pressure of -30 p.s.f.
  • Available in a 2” and 2 ¼” profile
  • Approved for use with an “h” header
  • Available with hemmed safety edge

 .040 Aluminum

  • A lighter version of the .050 Aluminum Panel
  • Florida Building Code Approved (FBC)
  • Approved for use in Non – HVHZ only
  • Spans up to 12’ 0” at a design pressure of -30 p.s.f.
  • Available in a 2 ¼” profile
  • Approved for use with an “h” header

24 Gage Galvanized Steel

  • One of the most economical panels available
  • Heavier than most other panels
  • Popular choice for commercial applications
  • Florida Building Code Approved (FBC)
  • Approved for use in Non – HVHZ only
  • Spans up to 9’ 8” at a design pressure of -40 p.s.f.
  • Available in a 2” and 2 ¼” profile
  • Approved for use with an “h” header
  • Available with hemmed safety edge

Clear Panels

  • Light weight and easy to handle
  • Excellent light transmission with fair optical clarity
  • Florida Building Code Approved (FBC)
  • Approved for use in Non – HVHZ only
  • Spans up to 9’ 8” at a design pressure of -30 p.s.f. (positive connection at each end of panel)
  • Spans up to 6’ 0” at a design pressure of -40 p.s.f. (with use of an “h” header)
  • Available in a 2” and 2 ¼” profile
  • Approved for limited use with an “h” header
  • Can be used in conjunction with aluminum panels

Fabric Shield

  • Light weight fabric Storm Panel
  • Translucent
  • Safe and easy to install
  • Very compact storage
  • Available in a permanently attached pull down version
  • Florida Building Code Approved (FBC)
  • Approved for use in Non – HVHZ only
  • Spans up to 9’ 0” at a design pressure of -60 p.s.f.
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