Large Spanning Roofs with No External Joints
Danpal Seamless Roof system is a large spanning solution with inverse installation of Danpalon® Panels, creating a completely smooth and seamless appearance above. Aluminium connectors are located below the panels, resulting in a unique rafter frame look. The system is easy to install with a flexible joint that allows for lateral movement.
Uninterrupted, Flat Roof Top
The Seamless Roof system features trusted Danpal technology, workmanship and structural integrity. The dry-glazed Danpalon® panels clip easily into proprietary aluminium connectors, giving it a unique design edge.
CodeMark (Australia) Approved
Danpal Seamless Roof is CodeMark certified through SAI Global.
The Danpal Seamless Roof system offers large spans through self-supporting proprietary aluminium connectors located below the panels. Danpalon® glazing panels are installed with the standing seam facing down, creating a flush exterior surface.
Designed for fixing to a building or onto a minimal sub-frame, the orientation of the Seamless Roof system minimises maintenance requirements and delivers a spectacular clean visual look.
High Impact Resistance and Strength
The strong connectors and double “click” locking seam on the Seamless Roof system offers the highest resistance to impact and hail damage. With the aluminium connectors acting like rafters, the Seamless system is straightforward and simple to install.
Weather Ready and UV Protected
For any product to be used in Australia, it must be proven and resilient. Danpal products are made strong enough to withstand harsh UV rays, rain, hail, wind and more, guaranteeing a longer system life.
- CodeMark Certified
- Compliant with All Wind and Live Load Requirements Throughout Australia
- Flush External Roof Finish
- Flexible Joint Allows for Lateral Movement
- Self-Supporting Proprietary System
- Superior Light and Visual Appearance
- Large Span Capability
- Impact and Hail Resist
- Simple and Easy Installation
- Suitable for all Danpalon® Microcell, 3DLite and Kinetic Panels
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