Guest User
11/21/2008
what is the difference, or is there?
Nate Libbey
11/22/2008
Galvalume is a coating comprised of 55% zinc and 45% aluminum. It is commonly used on steel roofing as a way to protect it from corrosion and has great reflectivity and is long lasting. V-Crimp is a particular type of metal roofing (other people call it 5V-Crimp). Some people use these terms interchangably. Essentially you could have a v-crimp roof coated with Galvalume. See the drawing attached showing Galvalume coating and 5V-Crimp panel style.
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
11/22/2008
Thanks Nate
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