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product-santafe

  • Description
  • Advantages & Attributes
  • Santa Fe – Material Specifications
  • Load Span Tables

The Santa Fe® insulated metal wall panel has a flat exterior profile with a heavily embossed, stucco texture that mimics the look of masonry stucco.

The Santa Fe® panel has a standard FM Approved Class 1 foam core and offers excellent insulating values. The metal and foam composite construction creates a rigid panel far stronger than the individual parts. This increases the span capability of the panel and reduces the need for secondary structural components.

Note: Not intended for exterior walls on cold storage buildings.

Exterior Profile
  • Flat profile with heavy stucco embossing

 

Interior Profile
  • Mesa wave pattern, nominal 1/8” deep. Light Mesa wave pattern, nominal 1/16” deep.

 

Panel Core
  • Foamed-in-place, Non-CFC & zero ODP polyurethane, Factory Mutual Class 1 approval.

 

Thermal Values
  • K-factor, Btu in/ft2 hr. °F @ 75°F (24°C) mean core temperature = 0.140
  • K-factor, Btu in/ft2 hr. °F @ 40°F (4°C) mean core temperature = 0.126

 

Module Width
  • 36″, 42″

 

Panel Thickness
  • 2”, 2-½”, 3” & 4”(2-¾” thickness also available from Nevada plant)

 

Panel Lengths
  • 8′-0″ to 40′-0″
Exterior Facings
  • Heavy stucco embossed, G-90 galvanized and/or AZ-50 aluminum-zinc coated steel in 24 Ga. and 22 Ga.

 

Interior Facings
  • Stucco embossed, G-90 galvanized and/or AZ-50 aluminum-zinc coated steel in 26 Ga., 24 Ga. and 22 Ga.

 

Panel Joint
  • Offset double tongue-and-groove with extended metal shelf for positive face fastening.

 

Fastening
  • Fastener and Clip concealed in the side joint

 

Exterior Finishes & Colors
  • Siliconized Polyester, Fluropon® Full-Strength 70% PVDF Fluoropolymer Coating.Note: Prices may vary by color, gauge and quantity of metal.

 

Interior Finishes & Colors
  • USDA-compliant Polyester, Igloo White.
    USDA-compliant PVC Plastisol, Polar White**PVC Plastisol Polar White is a different color & shade than Polar White in other available finishes.

FM Approved Class 1 with no height restrictions.

Superior Insulating Value across the entire wall and roof area is assured. The advanced polyurethane core provides enhanced insulation values that significantly lowers heating and cooling costs.

One-Piece Construction process assures rapid completion of the wall and roof system. Factory fabricated composite panels are attached directly to the supporting structure and multiple steps to construct the insulated wall and roof are eliminated. Faster
building completion means reduced construction and interim financing costs.

Lightweight yet Structurally Strong panels weigh only 2 ½ to 3 ½ pounds per square foot, but are structurally strong enough for long spans that can significantly reduce costs for frame support.

Impermeable Faces & Built-in Thermal Breaks ensure the highest insulating values are maintained for the life of the building. Panels are manufactured with impermeable faces and when installed the insulation is completely encapsulated by metal trim that creates an impermeable membrane on all sides of the panel. The aged “R” values are comparable to the initial “R” values many years after the buildings original completion. Assured thermal values mean lower heating and cooling costs.

Class 1 Polyurethane Foam meets the requirements of the major model building codes for many types of construction. Unlike panels with expanded polystyrene cores they will not produce a self-propagating fire. Local building codes may require automatic fire suppression systems for most installations.

Concealed Attachment with clips and fasteners at the side joint of the panel offers a clean high profile appearance. No more barn like metal building looks.

Santa Fe Panels are Lightweight, yet very strong and durable attributing to reduced costs for erection and structural support.

Exterior Profile: Flat profile with heavy stucco embossing.
Interior Profile: Mesa wave pattern, nominal 1/8″ deep.
Light Mesa wave pattern, nominal 1/16″ deep.
Foam Core: Foamed-in-place, Non-CFC & zero ODP polyurethane, Factory Mutual Class 1 approval.
Thermal Values: R-Values with Air Films 75° Mean 40° Mean
2″ Panel 15.14 17.03
2-1/2″ Panel 18.71 21.29
2-3/4″ Panel 20.49 23.42
3″ Panel 22.27 25.55
4″ Panel 29.42 34.06
• R-Values include the air films on each side of the panel.• 75° Mean based on ASTM C518 Thermal Testing. 40° Mean based on ASTM C1363 Thermal Testing (Values for C1363 based on 4″ panel testing). All values for other thicknesses extrapolated.
Module Width: 36”, 42”
Panel Thickness: 2”, 2-½”, 3” & 4”
(2-¾” thickness also available from Nevada plant)
Panel Lengths: Standard 8′-0″ to 40′-0″.
Exterior Facings: Heavy stucco embossed, G-90 galvanized and/or AZ-50 aluminum-zinc coated steel in 24 Ga. and 22 Ga.
Interior Facings: Stucco embossed, G-90 galvanized and/or AZ-50 aluminum-zinc coated steel in 26 Ga., 24 Ga. and 22 Ga.
Exterior Finishes & Colors: Siliconized Polyester, Fluropon® Full-Strength 70% PVDF Fluoropolymer Coating.Note: Prices may vary by color, gauge and quantity of metal.
Interior Finishes & Colors: USDA-compliant Polyester, Igloo White.
USDA-compliant PVC Plastisol, Polar White*
*PVC Plastisol Polar White is a different color & shade than Polar White in other available finishes.
Joint: Offset double tongue-and-groove with extended metal shelf for positive face fastening.
Fastening: Fastener & Clip concealed in the side joint.
FM Approved Class 1 with no height restrictions.
CF-42 SANTA FE® WALL PANEL ALLOWABLE CONNECTION LOAD (PSF)
PANEL
THICKNESS
SPAN
CONDITION
FASTENING PATTERN PANEL SPAN (FT)
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
2″ Thick Two
Spans
Pattern FP1 31.6 25.8 21.7 18.8 16.5 14.8 13.3 12.2
Pattern FP2 46.2 37.7 31.8 27.5 24.2 21.6 19.5 17.8
Pattern FP3 58.3 47.6 40.2 34.7 30.5 26.0 22.1 19.0
Three Or
More Spans
Pattern FP1 33.1 27.4 23.4 20.4 18.1 16.2 14.7 13.5
Pattern FP2 48.4 40.1 34.2 29.8 26.4 23.7 21.2 18.0
Pattern FP3 61.1 50.6 43.2 36.5 30.2 25.2 21.2 18.0
2.5″ Thick Two
Spans
Pattern FP1 33.3 27.2 22.9 19.8 17.4 15.5 14.0 12.7
Pattern FP2 47.5 38.8 32.7 28.2 24.8 22.1 19.9 18.2
Pattern FP3 60.1 49.0 41.3 35.7 31.4 28.0 25.2 23.0
Three Or
More Spans
Pattern FP1 34.6 28.6 24.4 21.3 18.8 16.9 15.3 14.0
Pattern FP2 49.3 40.8 34.8 30.3 26.8 24.1 21.9 20.0
Pattern FP3 62.4 51.6 44.0 38.3 33.9 30.5 27.7 24.7
3″ Thick Two
Spans
Pattern FP1 35.1 28.7 24.1 20.8 18.3 16.3 14.7 13.4
Pattern FP2 48.8 39.8 33.6 28.9 25.4 22.6 20.4 18.6
Pattern FP3 61.8 50.5 42.5 36.7 32.2 28.7 25.9 23.5
Pattern FP4 71.1 58.0 48.9 42.2 37.0 33.0 29.7 27.1
Three Or
More Spans
Pattern FP1 36.1 29.9 25.4 22.2 19.6 17.6 16.0 14.6
Pattern FP2 50.2 41.5 35.4 30.8 27.3 24.5 22.2 20.3
Pattern FP3 63.7 52.6 44.8 39.0 34.6 31.0 28.2 25.8
Pattern FP4 73.2 60.5 51.5 44.9 39.7 35.7 32.4 29.6
4″ Thick Two
Spans
Pattern FP1 43.0 35.3 29.8 25.6 22.5 20.0 18.0 16.4
Pattern FP2 63.0 51.8 43.6 37.6 33.0 29.3 26.4 24.0
Pattern FP3 74.3 61.0 51.5 44.3 38.9 34.6 31.2 28.3
Pattern FP4 79.6 65.4 55.1 47.5 41.7 37.1 33.4 30.3
Pattern FP5 83.3 68.4 57.7 49.7 43.6 38.8 34.9 31.7
Pattern FP9 89.5 73.5 62.0 53.4 46.9 41.7 37.5 34.1
Pattern FP10 93.6 76.9 64.8 55.9 49.0 43.6 39.3 35.7
Three Or
More Spans
Pattern FP1 44.0 36.3 30.9 26.9 23.8 21.3 19.3 17.7
Pattern FP2 64.4 53.2 45.3 39.4 34.9 31.3 28.3 25.9
Pattern FP3 76.0 62.8 53.4 46.5 41.1 36.9 33.4 30.6
Pattern FP4 81.4 67.2 57.2 49.8 44.1 39.5 35.8 32.8
Pattern FP5 85.1 70.3 59.9 52.1 46.1 41.3 37.5 34.3
Pattern FP9 91.5 75.6 64.2 55.6 49.0 43.8 39.6 36.2
Pattern FP10 92.6 75.9 64.2 55.6 49.0 43.8 39.6 36.2

 

CF-36 SANTA FE® WALL PANEL ALLOWABLE CONNECTION LOAD (PSF)
PANEL
THICKNESS
SPAN
CONDITION
FASTENING
PATTERN
PANEL SPAN (FT)
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
2″ Thick Two
Spans
Pattern FP1 40.5 34.6 30.3 26.8 23.6 21.0 19.0 17.3
2.5″ Thick Pattern FP1 45.0 38.5 33.7 30.1 27.1 24.1 21.8 19.8
3″ Thick Pattern FP1 49.0 41.8 36.6 32.7 29.5 26.9 24.3 22.2
2″ Thick Three Or
More Spans
Pattern FP1 41.4 35.1 30.4 26.8 24.0 21.7 19.8 18.2
2.5″ Thick Pattern FP1 46.3 39.3 34.1 30.2 27.0 24.4 22.3 20.5
3″ Thick Pattern FP1 50.5 42.9 37.3 33.1 29.6 26.9 24.6 22.6

 

  • Based on CF-36 and CF-42 panel with 26 ga. Santa Fe exterior & 26 ga. Light Mesa interior faces (min Fy=33 ksi).
  • For pattern FP1, CF panel clips are fastened to minimum 14 gage steel with (2) 1/4″-14 SDS Tek 3 at interior supports and (1)
    1/4″-14 SDS Tek 3 at end supports.  For 12 gage or thicker steel, #12-24 SDS or 1/4″-14 SDS Tek 5′s may be used.  In lieu of
    self-drilling screws, self-tapping screws may be used.
  • Fastening patterns FP2, FP3, FP4 and FP5, includes CF panel clip attachment plus 1, 2, 3 or 4 Fabloks, repsectively, at supports
    per panel width.  Fab-lok spacing is 10.5″ OC from female edge of panel seam.
  • The through fasteners (FP9) are as follows:  #12-24 SDS in min 12 ga. steel; or #1/4-14 SDS in min 12 ga. steel; or #1/4-14 STS
    in min 14 ga. steel.  4 Fasteners with 5/8″ neoprene bonded washers per panel width @ max 8.4″ OC.
  • The through fasteners (FP10) are as follows:  #12-24 SDS in min 12 ga. steel ; or #1/4-14 SDS in min 12 ga. steel; or #1/4-14 STS
    in min 14 ga. steel.  5 Fasteners with 5/8″ neoprene bonded washers per panel width @ max 8.4″ OC.
  • Allowable suction load is the lowest value of panel bending strength, shear strength, deflection limit and connection strength for
    each fastening pattern.
  • Allowable loads based on panel stress and deflection design criteria are derived from ASTM E72 structural testing and calculated with
    factor of safety of 2.5 for bending stress, 3.0 for shear stresses and deflection limitation of L/180.
  • The panel connection strength was determined from ASTM E1592 testing and the allowable loads are calculated with factor of safety of 2.
  • The structural capacity of the girts are not considered and must be examined independently.
  • Consult Robertson Buildings for recommendations on panel profile and gage suitable for thermal stresses.

 

CF-42 SANTA FE® WALL PANEL ALLOWABLE POSITIVE LOAD (PSF)
PANEL
THICKNESS
SPAN
CONDITION
DESIGN
CRITERIA
PANEL SPAN (FT)
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
2″ Thick Two
Spans
Bending & Shear 73.3 59.8 50.4 43.5 38.3 31.9 25.3 20.5
Deflection (L/180) 61.6 48.8 39.7 33.0 27.8 23.6 20.3 17.6
Three Or
More Spans
Bending & Shear 71.8 59.1 50.1 43.6 38.5 34.2 27.7 22.9
Deflection (L/180) 62.3 49.3 40.0 33.0 27.5 23.2 19.7 16.8
2.5″ Thick Two
Spans
Bending & Shear 83.7 68.3 57.6 49.7 43.6 38.9 32.9 26.5
Deflection (L/180) 75.9 60.6 49.7 41.6 35.3 30.3 26.3 23.0
Three Or
More Spans
Bending & Shear 81.7 67.1 56.9 49.3 43.6 39.0 34.8 28.6
Deflection (L/180) 76.6 61.3 50.2 41.9 35.4 30.2 25.9 22.4
3″ Thick Two
Spans
Bending & Shear 93.1 76.1 64.2 55.3 48.5 43.2 38.9 32.8
Deflection (L/180) 88.4 71.1 58.7 49.4 42.2 36.5 31.8 28.0
Three Or
More Spans
Bending & Shear 90.8 74.4 63.0 54.6 48.2 43.1 39.0 34.3
Deflection (L/180) 89.2 71.8 59.3 49.9 42.5 36.6 31.7 27.7
4″ Thick Two
Spans
Bending & Shear 98.5 80.7 68.1 58.7 51.5 45.8 41.2 37.5
Deflection (L/180) 108.2 87.7 73.0 62.0 53.4 46.6 41.0 36.4
Three Or
More Spans
Bending & Shear 96.0 78.7 66.5 57.5 50.7 45.3 40.9 37.3
Deflection (L/180) 108.8 88.4 73.8 62.7 54.0 47.1 41.3 36.6

 

  • Based on CF-42 panel with 26 ga. Santa Fe exterior & 26 ga. Light Mesa interior faces (min Fy=33 ksi).
  • Refer to the allowable connection load chart, for suction loads, which controls support spacing requirements.
  • Allowable positive load is the lowest value of panel bending strength, shear strength & deflection limit.
  • Allowable loads based on panel stress and deflection design criteria are derived from ASTM E72 structural testing and
    calculated with factor of safety of 2.5 for bending stress, 3.0 for shear stresses and deflection limitation of L/180.
  • The structural capacity of the girts are not considered and must be examined independently.
  • Consult Robertson Building Systems for recommendations on panel profile and gage suitable for thermal stresses.