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Mirage II

Mirage II

Mirage II is a snap-together, concealed fastener roofing panel with 8" on-center ribs. Mirage  II features a 1 3/4 inches high seam and can be installed over solid decking or substructural members. Factory-applied sealant is required for slopes that are less than 3:12; however, Mirage II can be installed on slopes down to 1/4:12. Mirage II is most commonly utilized in the mini-storage industry where shorter length panels are required and where specialty contractors have developed details and systems to effectively use Mirage in lower slope applications.

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Specifications & Details

Installation Can be installed over solid deck or open framing
Manufacturing Facilities - Mirage II is produced in Adelanto, CA and Ashburn, GA
Notes - Factory-applied sealant is required on slopes less than 3:12
- Oil Canning is a natural occurrence in metal panels and is not a cause for panel rejection
Mirage - Fire Rating: Class A
- Uplift Test: UL580 Class 90, ASTM E1592
- Air Infiltration: ASTM E1680
- Water Infiltration: ASTM E1646
- Class 4 Impact Resistance: UL 2218
- Florida State Approval: 1747.7, 1832.9
- IAPMO Approval: ER-0270
- Fire Resistance: UL 263
Mirage II - Fire Rating: UL790 Class A
- Uplift Test: UL580 Class 90
- Impact : UL 2218 Class 4
Testing Data For available Test Data, Section Properties or Load Tables, please visit our downloads section.
Panel Options
Panel width 16"
Panel configurations Ribbed
Coating Kynar 500® (PVDF)
Substrate Standard 24 GA Galvalume®

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