MRF sells the trim and accessories that you need for your metal roofing project, such as pipe boots, sealants (caulk or butyl tape), screws, rivets, clips, and more.
Used with any standing seam roof. Panels are attached by folding them over the lip. Face bent to pitch of the roof. Measurements of sections can be altered to your specifications.
Bullnose Gable is used on the gable or rake and the panel is folded over the lip (1") vertically up the roof for a clean and leak proof finish. Normally used in conjuntion with a wuko tool to make it as smooth of bend as possible. Some people also use this style trim in place of rib rake with a slight turn back on the nailer and cleat cap with a 1" face installed.
ZBar Rake is used on some applications instead of bullnose rake. ZBar rake is attached on the inside to zbar and the outside on the fascia board to cleat. This style is attached with hidden screws and butyl type (on zbar). It is an easier install but uses more metal and relies on butyl tape to stay water tight. Each different panel type takes a different measurement on the face as it has to match the rib height.
Another type of gable/rake trim is Rib Rake. It utilizes a cleat cap which covers the cut edge of the panel and mimics the rib of the panel on the outside edge. This type of rake also has different measurements for each type of panel profile. Also needs butyl tape and screws for the connection of the cleat cap.
Cleat Cap is used in conjunction with the gable trim to cover the cut side of the panel. Butyl tape is typically used between it and what ever trim it is used in conjuntion with. Can change any of the measurements if needed for any application.
Cleat is used so you have no exposed fasteners on the outside of your gable trim, highside eave or coping cap. The cleat attaches in the partially open hem at the kick on the trim that it is used with. This metal is not seen so it can be any color or finish and normally reduced in price.