VMZinc Gets Renewed Notice of Approval from Strict Regulatory Department

Top Quote Miami Dade approves Umicore Building Products' standing seam metal roof systems for hurricane zone. End Quote
  • Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, NC (1888PressRelease) December 07, 2011 - Miami Dade County's Permitting, Environment and Regulatory Affairs department has renewed its Notice of Approval (NOA) for the VMZINC® Double Lock Standing Seam (VM DLLS) metal roofing system, Laurent Heindryckx, Director of Operations for VMZINC/Umicore Building Products USA, announced recently.

    Miami Dade County requires an NOA for any manufacturer who wants to sell its products on projects located in the Miami Dade area of Florida.

    "Miami Dade set the most stringent requirements with regards to wind loads and water penetration," Heindryckx said. "Having this NOA is proof that our panels can sustain hurricane force winds.

    Umicore's VM DLSS (NOA No.: 11-0812.04, Expiration Date 11/16/2016) is classified on the Miami Dade website as appropriate for a "high velocity hurricane zone."

    The VMZINC standing seam metal roof system features a double folded seam. The low height of the seams (1") contributes to the modernity, lightness, and regularity of the roof and facade, while highlighting its architectural purpose.

    "For more complex designs, this system presents a more technologically advanced appearance," said Daniel Nicely, VMZINC's Director of Market Development.

    Nicely also noted that Umicore's standing seam technique is particularly suitable for very large roof and facade surfaces and for structures located in regions of harsh climates, like mountain or continental climates, which are often subject to strong winds, heavy rain and snowfall.

    "Having the Miami Dade NOA renewed shows that the quality of VMZINC's architectural building products remains consistent," Nicely said.

    Heindryckx added: "The NOA can be used as a sales argument anywhere in the US to demonstrate the effectiveness of our product even in brutal hurricane zones."

    For more information on the Miami Dade NOA, go to www.miamidade.gov/building/pc-search_app.asp. Select Umicore Building Products USA Inc. in the field "Applicant."

    For more information on VMZINC, visit www.vmzinc-us.com.

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