TRAY ROOFING & CLADDING
A revolutionary new and innovative series of standing seam roofing and cladding profiles which are ideally suited for roofing and cladding applications and without the need for solid substrate support and is simply fixed to purlins and girts thereby greatly reducing construction costs.
With a distinctly higher 45 mm rib profile, Spanlok™ has both aesthetically pleasing shadow lines and excellent spanning capability.
Available in varying tray widths and profile shapes Spanlok™ will allow building designers flexibility, flair and individual inspiration.
A new and innovative series of standing seam roofing and cladding profiles.
The popular Eurostyle™ product range was recently launched to the New Zealand market .
Eurolok™ is the first tray profile of its type to offer an extended 50mm rib height, thereby providing stunning shadow lines plus additional spanning capability.
It has an added major advantage in that the product is installed directly onto purlins and girts without the use of a solid substrate.
Available in varying tray widths, Eurolok™ will provide fresh, aesthetically pleasing and economical roofing and cladding options for building designers.
Predicted to be at the forefront of the building, design and construction industries.
Eurostyle™ is an elite roofing and walling system which will most certainly stretch the boundaries.
It offers building designers and building owners - elegance, style, design flexibility, sustainability and extensive material choice.
Eurostyle™ is certainly not designed to be a "look alike" and finds favour with those in the architectural and design industries that recognise and appreciate quality.
COR-TEN® steel is becoming more popular by roll formed product end-users.
Its unique look and naturally oxidising finish make it especially desirable for many architectural projects.
Weathering steel, best-known under the trademark COR-TEN® steel, is a group of steel alloys which were developed to remove the need for painting, and form a stable rust-like appearance if exposed to the weather for several years.
Cor-ten corrodes under the influence of weather, becoming a beautiful rusty colour that varies according to the climate, from deep reddish browns to rich oranges.