Inverted Seam provides a visually clean surface with no exposed fasteners. It combines the science behind pressure equalized chambers with the longevity of quality materials. The system is unmatched with regard to moisture control and longevity. One of the most wind resistant enclosure systems available, the Inverted Seam has been tested to negative loads exceeding 100 psf (4,788 pascals). The metal has to yield before the roof surface will come loose.
Inverted Seam has been used as a building enclosure system on many Zahner roof and facade applications. The system has been successfully used on over 500,000 square feet of near flat roof surfaces. Some of the larger buildings include The Community of Christ Temple, DFW Airport Terminal D, DeYoung Museum, Tacoma Art Museum, the Contemporary Jewish Museum of San Fransisco, and the Kaufman Center for the Performing Arts in Kansas City.
To learn more about specifying the Inverted Seam system for your next design, contact the Zahner sales team and get started.