The cupped tile catches light at multiple angles that creates a multi-shade effect as viewing perspective changes. In roof applications, installers can safely walk on the cupped tiles during installation.
The flat tile has the flexibility to integrate with both modern and traditional designs.
Diamond tiles can be installed horizontally, or on an angle to achieve a diamond or clapboard pattern.
The TS tile’s larger height creates a vertically oriented pattern.
The Precision Series Tiles collection of metal tiles from Petersen includes four profiles that offer designers, specifiers and installers an alternative to roll-formed panel-style cladding. The stamped tiles can be applied to roof or wall installations, and are offered in four styles including Flat, Cupped, Diamond and TS. Designed to enhance architectural design, the tiles add dimension to the exterior of any structure. The tiles can be applied to either non-residential or residential environments, and are covered by a 30-year finish warranty.
The interlocking tiles are formed using progressive tooling to create a uniform and cost-effective cladding solution. This system installs directly over plywood or elevated channels using concealed fasteners. No sealant is required, as the tiles form breathable joints. Thermal gain and movement is not an issue, as the small size of each tile means movement will be minimal. Only basic sheet metal tools are required to work with these products.
The tiles are available in 40-plus PAC-CLAD colors in the following materials:
Minimum slope for roof applications is 3:12. Consult factory for testing information.