Titan-Loc 150 Standing Seam

An elegant hidden fastened metal roof panel.

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Simplicity in Design

Titan-Loc 150 is a confident, stylish standing seam roof system with 1.5″ high ribs at 14.75″ apart. A hidden fastening flange and Lock-Tech side laps allow fast installation and lock out wind and water. Titan-Loc 150 offers engineered strength and the right features with available hidden fastened trim options and coordinating accessories. We manufacture Titan-Loc 150 on-site or in-facility.

Design & Size

We provide Titan-Loc 150 custom cut to the inch per specifications. Any length is available from 3′ up to 45′. Titan-Loc 150’s design features 1.5″ high snap-lock style ribs, spaced 14.75″ on center. 12″ and 16″ wide panels are available at some locations. Thickness options include 26 and 24 gauge.

Size

14.75, 16", 12" Width (Coverage)
Cut to Inch From 3'-45'

Gauge & Weight

26 Gauge - 1.00 Lb / Sq Ft
24 Gauge - 1.29 Lb / Sq Ft

Warranty & Finish

Painted Titan-Loc 150 carries a 40 year paint warranty and 30 year fade/chalk warranty. Unpainted Galvalume carries a 25 year warranty. The painted option is a baked on enamel paint over primer and Galvalume. The non-painted Galvalume option is 45% zinc and 55% aluminum with a clear acrylic overcoat.

Finish & Warranty

Painted: 40 Years
Galvalume: 25 Years

Reflectivity

25-67%
Energy Star® Rated

Purpose & Use

Titan-Loc 150 is an advanced Lock-Tech standing seam metal roof system available in traditional, HD, and metallic packages. Unique slim-seam 1.5″ locking ribs provide utility strength and confidence that curb-appearance will be through the roof.

Titan-Loc 150 is designed to be installed over solid decking – for open frame installations consider Snap Seam as an alternate.

Titan-Loc 150 standing seam is most chosen for residential and light commercial roofs, though it blends in well in most architectural design.

Minimum Slope

3:12

Substrate

Solid Deck

Intent

Residential
Architectural

Colors
Pure White (26ga)
Stone (26ga)
Sierra Tan (26ga)
Brown (26ga)
Light Gray (26ga)
Charcoal (26ga)
Bronze (26ga)
Black (26ga)
Bright Red (26ga)
Barn Red (26ga)
Burgundy (26ga)
Hawaiian Blue (26ga)
Gallery Blue (26ga)
Forest Green (26ga)
HD Black (26ga Premium)
HD Forest Green (26ga Premium)
HD Charcoal (26ga Premium)
HD Barn Red (26ga Premium)
HD Bronze (26ga Premium)
Copper Penny (26ga Premium)
Galvalume (Non-Painted)
Regal White (24ga)
Bone White (24ga)
Sandstone (24ga)
Almond (24ga)
Sierra Tan (24ga)
Buckskin (24ga)
Medium Bronze (24ga)
Mansard Brown (24ga)
Dark Bronze (24ga)
Dove Gray (24ga)
Slate Gray (24ga)
Charcoal Gray (24ga)
Matte Black (24ga)
Hartford Green (24ga)
Forest Green (24ga)
Hemlock (24ga)
Patina Green (24ga)
Aged Copper (24ga)
Teal Blue (24ga)
Colonial Red (24ga)
Terra Cotta (24ga)
Brilliance Red (24ga, Premium)
Burgundy (24ga)
Deep Blue Sea (24ga)
Pacific Blue (24ga)
Slate Blue (24ga)
Champagne (24ga, Premium)
Metallic Copper (24ga, Premium)
Preweathered Galvalume (24ga, Premium)
Bright Silver (24ga, Premium)

Painted Titan-Loc 150® finishes are Energy Star rated, reflecting 25-67% of the sun’s rays.
Available colors vary by branch and gauge. Color accuracy is limited by scanning and viewing conditions.
Actual samples available on request.

Resources

Primarily PDF downloads, these resources provide general, installation, and testing data.

General
Installation
Energy Star®

Painted Titan-Loc 150 finishes are Energy Star® rated, reflecting 25-67% of the sun’s rays.

Customer Reviews
Vertical Seam in Ash Gray

Erich M. Maple City, Michigan

Overall, my experience was very good. You may remember we had an issue with the delivery date which you quickly rectified; everything was delivered on the date you had originally specified. The truck operator was very efficient in unloading and there was no damage. I only have one minor issue. I ordered the metal in ash gray but find in most lights, it has a distinctly tan color so there is some contrast with the gray roof and the barn. Not sure if this shows up in the pictures. In dim light, they both appear to be gray. FYI, the original barn dates to c.1910. The attached shed was constructed this past summer by myself with friends and family. Like the barn, it is constructed with traditional post & beam techniques. Should last another 100+ years! Thanks for all your help.

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Vertical Seam in Classic Green

Ed T. San Fransico, California

You sold us our first metal roof and we are very happy with it

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