Mech-Lock is a commercial-grade panel with a hidden clip system and mechanical seams. This panel is suitable for roofs with a low slope. The Mech-Lock panel system features long, clean lines with wide spans, enhanced weather-tight protection, and a floating clip mechanism that allows for thermal expansion and contraction. Notching is available upon request.

The Mech-Lock system is a commercial-grade, standing seam panel system designed for roofs with a low slope. It features a hidden clip system and mechanical seams, ensuring a secure, weather-tight seal. The system is characterized by its long, clean lines and wide spans, which not only enhance the roof’s aesthetic appeal but also contribute to its structural integrity. A notable feature of the Mech-Lock system is its floating clip mechanism, which accommodates thermal expansion and contraction, a critical factor in maintaining the roof’s durability and performance over time. Notching, which is available upon request, adds to the system’s versatility and adaptability to various architectural designs.

Benefits and Features

  • Enhanced Weather Protection: The mechanical seams and hidden clip system provide superior protection against the elements, making it ideal for commercial buildings in regions with variable weather conditions.
  • Aesthetic Appeal: The system’s long, clean lines offer a modern and sleek look, enhancing the building’s overall appearance.
  • Thermal Movement Accommodation: The floating clip mechanism allows for thermal movement, preventing stress and damage to the panels.
  • Versatility: Suitable for both roof and wall applications, the Mech-Lock system can be used in a variety of architectural styles and building types.

Customization Options

The Mech-Lock system offers several customization options to meet specific project requirements:

  • Panel Gauges: Available in 26 Ga, 24 Ga, and 22 Ga, allowing for selection based on structural needs.
  • Standard Coverage: Panels come in standard coverage widths of 13”, 17”, and 21”, providing flexibility in design and application.
  • Rib Height: The system features a rib height of 1”, contributing to its aesthetic and functional performance.

Installation Process

The Mech-Lock system’s installation is designed for efficiency and reliability:

  1. Preparation: The site is prepared, ensuring that the roof or wall surface is ready for panel installation.
  2. Installation: Skilled professionals install the panels, utilizing the hidden clip system for a secure fit and mechanical seams for enhanced protection.
  3. Finishing: Notching and other finishing touches are applied as per the project’s specifications.

Maintenance and Care

Maintenance of the Mech-Lock system is straightforward, requiring minimal effort to preserve its appearance and functionality:

  • Routine Inspections: Conduct regular inspections to check for any potential issues or damage.
  • Cleaning: Clean the panels as needed to remove dirt and debris, maintaining the system’s aesthetic appeal.

Mech-Lock is a commercial-grade panel with a hidden clip system and mechanical seams. This panel is suitable for roofs with a low slope. The Mech-Lock panel system features long, clean lines with wide spans, enhanced weather-tight protection, and a floating clip mechanism that allows for thermal expansion and contraction. Notching is available upon request.

The Mech-Lock system is a commercial-grade, standing seam panel system designed for roofs with a low slope. It features a hidden clip system and mechanical seams, ensuring a secure, weather-tight seal. The system is characterized by its long, clean lines and wide spans, which not only enhance the roof’s aesthetic appeal but also contribute to its structural integrity. A notable feature of the Mech-Lock system is its floating clip mechanism, which accommodates thermal expansion and contraction, a critical factor in maintaining the roof’s durability and performance over time. Notching, which is available upon request, adds to the system’s versatility and adaptability to various architectural designs.

Benefits and Features

  • Enhanced Weather Protection: The mechanical seams and hidden clip system provide superior protection against the elements, making it ideal for commercial buildings in regions with variable weather conditions.
  • Aesthetic Appeal: The system’s long, clean lines offer a modern and sleek look, enhancing the building’s overall appearance.
  • Thermal Movement Accommodation: The floating clip mechanism allows for thermal movement, preventing stress and damage to the panels.
  • Versatility: Suitable for both roof and wall applications, the Mech-Lock system can be used in a variety of architectural styles and building types.

Customization Options

The Mech-Lock system offers several customization options to meet specific project requirements:

  • Panel Gauges: Available in 26 Ga, 24 Ga, and 22 Ga, allowing for selection based on structural needs.
  • Standard Coverage: Panels come in standard coverage widths of 13”, 17”, and 21”, providing flexibility in design and application.
  • Rib Height: The system features a rib height of 1”, contributing to its aesthetic and functional performance.

Installation Process

The Mech-Lock system’s installation is designed for efficiency and reliability:

  1. Preparation: The site is prepared, ensuring that the roof or wall surface is ready for panel installation.
  2. Installation: Skilled professionals install the panels, utilizing the hidden clip system for a secure fit and mechanical seams for enhanced protection.
  3. Finishing: Notching and other finishing touches are applied as per the project’s specifications.

Maintenance and Care

Maintenance of the Mech-Lock system is straightforward, requiring minimal effort to preserve its appearance and functionality:

  • Routine Inspections: Conduct regular inspections to check for any potential issues or damage.
  • Cleaning: Clean the panels as needed to remove dirt and debris, maintaining the system’s aesthetic appeal.

Product Info

Mech Lock Unified

Product Spec

Application: Roof & Wall
Recommended Roof Slope: Greater than 3:12
Panel Gauges: 26 Ga, 24 Ga, 22 Ga
Walls: 5/8″ Standard Plywood Minimum
Roof: 1/2″ Standard Plywood Minimum
Minimum Length: 36″
Fastener Options: Hidden Fastener
Standard Coverage: 13”, 17”, 21”
Rib Height: 1”

Downloads

Mech-Lock Brochure
Color charts
Standard Textured Premium

Product Info

Mech Lock Unified

Product Spec

Application: Roof & Wall
Recommended Roof Slope: Greater than 3:12
Panel Gauges: 26 Ga, 24 Ga, 22 Ga
Walls: 5/8″ Standard Plywood Minimum
Roof: 1/2″ Standard Plywood Minimum
Minimum Length: 36″
Fastener Options: Hidden Fastener
Standard Coverage: 13”, 17”, 21”
Rib Height: 1”

Downloads

Mech-Lock Brochure
Color charts
Standard Textured Premium

Color Chart

Color Chart

BRIGHT WHITE
POLAR WHITE
APPLICANCE WHITE
CAMBRIDGE WHITE
WHITE-WHITE
BONE WHITE
SURF WHITE
CASHMERE
ANTIQUE LINEN
WICKER
TAN
BRIARWOOD TAN
GOLD
PEBBLESTONE
STONE GREY
REGENT GREY
CHARCOAL
IRON ORE
BLACK
DARK BROWN
COFFEE BROWN
METRO BROWN
MIST GREEN
SAGE GREEN
TURQUOISE
PACIFIC TURQUOISE
DEEP WATER GREEN
FOREST GREEN
SPRUCE GREEN
MELCHERS GREEN
DARK GREEN
BRIGHT RED
TILE RED
DARK RED
BURGANDY
SAPPHIRE BLUE
ROYAL BLUE
SLATE BLUE
HERON BLUE
LABRADOR BLUE
REGAL WHITE
SRI: 78
PARCHMENT
SRI: 58
SIERRA TAN
SRI: 58
CHAMPAGNE METALLIC
SRI: 49
MOCHA
SRI: 35
WEATHERED COPPPER
SRI: 27
BRONZE
SRI: 25
DARK BRONZE
SRI: 27
COPPER PENNY
SRI: 42
TERRA COTTA
SRI: 42
COLONIAL RED
SRI: 34
HEMLOCK GREEN
SRI: 37
FOREST GREEN
SRI: 30
HARTFORD GREEN
SRI: 27
BLACK
SRI: 24
SILVER METALLIC
SRI: 58
TWILIGHT BLUE
SRI: 25
REGAL BLUE
SRI: 25
WEATHERED ZINC
SRI: 40
OLD TOWN GRAY
SRI: 42
OLD ZINC GRAY
SRI: 40
SLATE GRAY
SRI: 30
KONA BROWN
DARK GRAPHITE
DARK BROWN
BURNISHED SLATE
GRAPHITE
ONYX BLACK

IMPORTANT TO NOTE: The colors represented on the screen are approximations and may deviate from the actual product. Samples are available upon request.

Color variations can arise between distinct production batches of paint and printed materials. Additionally, the weathering of boards over time can result in discrepancies when incorporating panels at a later stage.

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