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3' Dakota Drain

From Modern, Rustic to Barn Metal Panel System

The Dakota Drain metal roofing and siding panel is designed to shed water like a pro, and its unique rib stands out against the crowd of everyday commercial buildings.  Originally designed to work hard on farms and ranches, it has quickly taken hold as a popular modern panel due to the more subtle profile compared with other R panel systems.

Due to its rustic origins, you’ll have peace of mind that this panel will keep you dry and safe.  Use Dakota Drain as a unique metal siding panel or wainscot, an interior liner panel, or as an industrial accent to make your home or business shine.

Examples of Use

For the architect, builder, or general information regarding building examples, please contact marketing@bridgersteel.com. Bridger Steel does not release personal information or locations of projects due to owner privacy.

Panel Color Options

26 Gauge Colors
29 Gauge Colors

Panel Profile


Panel Applications

Suitable for regions prone to hail.
Suitable for regions prone to high snow volume.
Suitable for regions prone to high winds.
Suitable for regions prone to extreme temperatures.
Suitable for Solar Panel mounting.
Available in Cool Roof certified colors.
Suitable for Rainwater Harvesting.
Can be installed over an open purlin system or a solid substrate.
If used for a roofing application, use bead mastic on the overlap.
A quality high temperature, ice and water underlayment on all roofing applications is recommended.

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Product Details
Recommended Environments
Finished Coverage
  • 36" 
Panel Gauges
  • 26 Ga.
  • 29 Ga.

What are Gauges?

Fastener Options
Panel Length
  • 3' to 40'
Rib Height
  • 9/16" at 9" Centers
Recommended Roof Slope
  • 3:12 or Greater
  • Lower Slopes Require Mastic
Available Paint Warranties
  • Yes


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