You have probably heard the term “PBR steel panels”— but what does PBR mean? And what are the advantages and disadvantages of using PBR panels on a metal building?
The high-tensile-strength steel panels of today’s steel buildings replace the old corrugated tin exteriors of yesteryear. Colorful, durable, and sturdy, today’s steel panels perform far better and far longer than ever before.
“PBR” stands for “Purlin Bearing Rib” panels.
On a prefabricated metal building, steel components called “purlins” attach across the rafters. The PBR panels fasten to the purlins to create the roof of the structure. On the sides of the structure, PBR panels connect to the steel “girts” that run across the steel columns.
PBR panels are formed with deep trapezoid-shaped “ribs.” Smaller ribs fashioned between the deeper ribs provide added strength without adding weight to the panels. Consequently, PBR steel panels are very economical. In addition, the ribs increase visual appeal, creating even-spaced shadows over the structure..
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