For industrial or agricultural needs selecting a liner panel doesn't have to simply come down to durability, although it should be a priority. While liners for garages should have minimal profiles to better allow for hanging items, and allowing for maximum space, an agricultural liner should account for livestock and the effects urea will have on the longevity of the panel. For shops and manufacturing facilities having a panel that can hold up to the inevitable knock is a priority.
At Bridger Steel almost any of our siding panels will work ideally as a liner panel. Some panels are more often used than others, due to their profile, durability and pricing.
The 7.2 Structural Panel is among the toughest, while still providing the most contemporary panel lines of the industrial liners. This Box Rib can be ran vertically or horizontally with wonderful results.
The Valley Rib Panel is a unique design for interior liners, with a recessed area for fasteners to be installed. This makes the panel ideal for tight spaces where snags or exposed fasteners may be an issue. Able to be ran in multiple directions, the Valley Rib is a highly versitile panel.
The Tuff Rib Panel is among our most popular liner panels. A highly durable and tough panel, the Tuff Rib is popular among industrial and agricultural building designs. Able to be used as a Roofing, Siding, Interior and Ceiling panel make this a top choice for many shops and barns, as well as residential projects.
Platte River is among our most minimal profiles. While Platte River is not as structural as our other interior liner options, it is perfect for maximizing space in residential garages, or for creating a wall that is less noticeably a series of panels.