Our Complete Interior Panel System

Typical Panel Plan View


Example Corners

Beautifully finished corners are the hallmark of a superior quality panel manufacturer. Corners exemplify the attention to detail and pride in architectural panel construction. In the industry, there are typically two types of corners offered: open and welded. Rigidized® Metals' 20 gauge panels boast the same impact resistance as panels made from 16 gauge ordinary sheet metal, which is twice as thick. Cutting the panel face material in half greatly reduces raw material cost and consumption.

Welded Corner
Open Corner
Javits Center, New York, NY - KC Kratt Photography

Typical Back Z-Clip Panel Detail

z-clip

MDF Core

Honeycomb Core

Bonded Hat Channel



Reveal and Butt Joint Details

Reveal joints allow for the addition of complementary or contrasting elements between the panels. Wood veneers can be used to create a wide variety of effects. The image of the panels (with reveal) above are 304 stainless steel with non-directional polish. Butt joining the panels utilizes the same attachment system without the need for a second material between the panels. The image of the panels (butted) above are bronze colored stainless steel with pattern 1CS.

Javits Center, New York, NY - KC Kratt Photography


Corner Installation Details

Corners can be detailed by overlapping panels or by fabricating panels "formed" with both inside and outside corners. Formed outside corners can be combined with butt inside corners to save cost and ease installation.

Javits Center, New York, NY - KC Kratt Photography

Rigidized® Metals panel systems are attractive, durable, and easily installed. Designed and fabricated to your specifications, the possibilities are limitless. View a typical panel plan, here. Contact a representative to create yours.