WALL PANEL SYSTEM

A wall panel is single piece of material,
usually flat and cut into a rectangular shape,
that serves as the visible and exposed
covering for a wall. Wall panels are functional
as well as decorative, providing insulation and
soundproofing, combined with uniformity of
appearance, along with some measure of
durability or ease of replaceability. While
there is no set size limit for a piece of material
fulfilling these functions, the maximum practical size for wall panels has
been suggested to be 24 feet by 8 feet, to allow for transportation.





FLAT TYPE WALL SYSTEM

 Flat Wall System is a factory-insulated flat wall system with concealed
fasteners for a smooth,
monolithic appearance.

Features & Benefits
 Attractive broad-ribbed design and embossed surface produces interesting
shadows and consistent
texture
 Special interlocking joint design allows panels to easily “lock” into place for
faster installation
 Can be combined with other Butler® wall systems or brick, glass, and other conventional materials
 16” panel width, combined with the side “return leg,” enables application of
almost any conventional
 finish on the interior of the wall system
 Factory-installed rigid insulation board for enhanced energy efficiency
 Available in several visually appealing colors















METAL WALL PANEL
Metal Wall Panel is used to surface the exterior of a building to protect against exposure to
the elements, prevent heat loss, and visually unify the face of the building.









RIBBED TYPE WALL PANEL
 For economy, Panel Rib beats wood, concrete, or masonry alternatives. Self-
drilling, color-matched fasteners and a 36" panel width give you rapid,
economical installation. Panel Rib comes in lengths up to 41', which can
provide a continuous panel from foundation to leave. This eliminates the need
for end-laps and assures you of wall integrity and weather-tightness. These
panels are available in 13 standard KXL finish colors and a variety of custom
colors. 26 gauges are standard, but you also have the option of 22 or 24 gauge.
Features
 Available in 26, 24 or 22 gauge
 36” wide panel with 1-1/4” high ribs 12” on center
 Available up to 41’ in length
 Variety of color options with KXL finish and a 25 year paint warranty
 Installed with self-drilling color- matched fasteners
 Optional crimped base feature
Benefits
 Variety of gauge thicknesses to meet most codes and specifications
 Engineered for durability and aesthetically pleasing
 Long panel lengths minimize end laps for optimum wall integrity
 Superior paint finishes reduces maintenance costs
 Eliminates the need for base trim, and accelerates installation
 Economical panel for most building applications

Definition of Rib
 Something resembling a rib in form, position, or use, as a supporting or strengthening part.


Definition of Wall Rib Panel
Panel Rib is our most economical wall system. In fact, this wall system is more economical than wood, concrete or
masonry alternatives.

BENEFITS
 Variety of gauge thicknesses to meet most codes and specifications
 Engineered for durability and aesthetically pleasing
 Long panel lengths minimize end laps for optimum wall integrity
 Superior paint finishes reduces maintenance costs
 Recessed fastener locations give the panel a semi-concealed profile with bold architectural lines
 Embossed surface provides attractive architectural finish

STANDARD WALL RIB PANEL
The panels are attached with self-drilling, color-matched fasteners
• Available in 26, 24 or 22 gauge
• 36” wide panel with 1-1/4” high ribs 12” on center
• Available up to 41’ in length
• Installed with self-drilling color- matched fasteners

OTHER TYPES OF WALL RIB PANEL
A. VEE RIB WALL PANEL
The Vee Rib wall panel features a V-groove pattern, semi-concealed fasteners located in the bottom of the groove, and
1-1/4" reveals. Its surface, embossed for esthetic appeal, reduces glare. Self-drilling fasteners and 36" panel width
provide for economical installation.
 Available in 26, 24 or 22 gauge
 36 “ wide panel with 1-1/4” recessed ribs 12” on center
 Available up to 39’ in length
 -drilling color-matched fasteners
 -groove


B. REVERSE-ROLLED VERSION OF PANEL RIB
Panel is an attractive, high quality, low maintenance panel based on a “reverse rolled”
RPR Panel is a reverse-rolled version of our popular Panel Rib profile. This economical wall system features self-drilling,
color-matched fasteners and a 36" panel width to provide fast and easy installation.
 Reverse rolled version of VP’s Panel Rib design
 Available in 26, 24 or 22 gauge
 36” wide panel with 1-1/4” deep ribs 12” OC
 Available up to 41’ in length
 Installed with self-drilling color-matched fasteners
 Fasteners installed in recessed rib



TECH FOUR WALL PANEL
A unique architectural wall system that is easy to install featuring concealed fasteners and an attractive, embossed
finish. These durable panels easily adapt to a variety of insulation options (including batt, blanket or rigid board).
Tech Four offers 16” coverage with 1/4” high, 4” wide alternating fluted profile. Available in lengths of up to 40’, Tech
Four can provide continuous coverage from foundation to eave — eliminating the need for end laps and assuring
superior weather tightness. Manufactured in sturdy 24 gauge steel for added strength and erectability.
MEGA RIB
Mega-Rib is a 7.2 rib spacing that provides optimum strength and spanning capabilities. Mega-Rib is a metal roof and
wall panel that is equally well suited for industrial and commercial applications.
Imperial RIB
 Panel Type - Exposed Fastener Metal Panel
 Panel Width Coverage - 36" Rib Height - 3/4“
 Gauges - 29 and 26 gauge
 Metal Panel Substrate – Galvalume
 Paint Finish Type - Siliconized Polyester



WINDOW TYPE WALL PANEL

TILT-UP WALL PANEL


Tilt-up is a technique of site casting concrete walls or element,
normally on a horizontal surface and then tilting them
vertically into place.

Tilt-up, tilt-slab or tilt-wall is a type of building and a
construction technique using concrete. Though it is a
costeffective
technique with a shorter completion time, poor performance in
earthquakes has mandated significant seismic retrofit
requirements in older buildings. With the tilt-up method
concrete elements (i.e. walls, columns, structural supports,
etc.) are formed horizontally on a concrete slab; usually the
building floor, but sometimes a temporary concrete casting
surface near the building footprint. After the concrete has
cured, the elements are "tilted" to vertical position with a crane
and braced into position until the remaining building structural
components (roofs, intermediate floors and walls) are secured.
Tilt-up construction is a dominant method of construction
throughout North America, several Caribbean nations,
Australia, and New Zealand. It is not significantly used in
Europe or the northern two thirds of Asia. It is gaining
popularity in outhern Asia, the Middle East, parts of Africa,
Central and South America.

Concrete elements can also be formed at factories away from
the building site. Tilt-up differs from prefabrication, or plant cast
construction, in that all elements are constructed on the job site. This eliminates the size limitation imposed by
transporting elements from a factory to the project site.