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Curveline

July 24, 2020

Materials:
Panel materials suitable for crimp curving include painted or unpainted galvanized steel, or 55% Al-Zn alloy coated steel painted or with acrylic coating, anodized aluminum and stainless steel. ASTM Grades A, B, C, CQ, and D steel can be readily crimp curved.

Minimum Radius:
Varies by profile. As a general rule allow 1 ft. of radius for every inch of panel depth. Consult Curveline for further information.

Colors and Finishes:
Virtually all paint systems used on standard profiled panels are suitable for crimp curving. Crimp curving can also be performed on anodized panels, or on panels which are primed for post painting.

Panel Thickness:
Steel: 18 gauge to 26 gauge.
Aluminum: .032”, .040”, .050”, Temper H14.

Panel Length:
2 ft minimum, 35 ft maximum depending on radius.

Panel Depth:
¾” to 4” deep.

Panel Width:
4 ft maximum.

 

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