1. High Standing Seam Roof Panel (Popular Thickness: 0.9-1.0mm)
The 65mm high standing seam panel adopts an upright locking system. The aluminum alloy T bracket is fixed with purlin, and the roof panel and the plum bracket of the T bracket are engaged with the edger.
In addition, a heat insulation pad is installed under the T bracket and fixed with screws, which can prevent the electrochemical reaction between the aluminum component and the steel structure, which effectively controls the cold bridge effect.
High standing seam has better load capacity and wind resistance than low vertical seam, and can better meet the roof design needs. It is popular used in national project such as station, airport, MRT; High-end, large-span projects like stadium, museum and exhibition center.
2. Low Standing Seam Roof Panel (Popular Thickness: 0.7-1.2mm)
The 25mm adopts a vertical edge bite structure, and the bite way is different from that of a high vertical edge. Fix the self-tapping screws between the base and purlin. The base layer and the panel are fixed with fasteners made of stainless steel or aluminum-magnesium-manganese plate material.
The roof panel blocks are connected by a unique occlusal folding method. After the upper and lower plates are superposed, they are 270 °single or 360 °double , Forming a sealed whole, has a certain waterproof and anti-seepage performance.
3. PU Compatible Sandwich Panel (Popular Thickness: 0.4-0.7)
Sandwich panels with a core of polyurethane foam (PUR / PIR) are highly efficient insulation elements that act equally as the outer skin of a roof, for insulation and interior ceiling. Sandwich elements available as trapezoidal, corrugated and roof tile profiles.
They are widely used as an external cladding for single and multi-storey buildings, where they are required to provide weather resistance, and resistance to wind-loading, access loads, self-weight and so on.
4. Corrugated Roof Panel
are designed for roofing or façade systems and offer a high degree of corrosion resistance, a significant potential for energy efficiency, and a reliable – aesthetical pleasing solution. Made out of relatively thin sheet aluminium, they can be a practical alternative for the cladding of commercial, agricultural, industrial, and sometimes residential buildings.
The main advantage of a corrugated roofing system is that it is relatively cheap compared to the price of metal shingles and standing-seam roofs. A large roof area can be covered with corrugated aluminium roofing. On the other hand, a façade made of corrugated panels offers many possibilities for innovation in architectural design.
Depending on the specific application or customer requirements, our corrugated panels can be coated with a wide selection of coil coating paints, ranging from basic polyester coatings to high end and extremely durable PVDF (plus lumiflon) coatings which can satisfy durability requirements for the most demanding construction projects.