THE DIFFERENCE A COATING MAKES
OUR COATING OPTIONS EXPLAINED
We offer our roof sheets in a wide range of coatings and colours to match aesthetics as well as budget. This is sometimes confusing, so here you can find an explanation with all the details.
Please take into account colouration may differ slightly depending on coating type and lighting.
THESE ARE THE AVAILABLE COATING OPTIONS:
Thick-grain, double-layer coating system, with colours according to well-known patterns and min. coat thickness 35 microns. The sheets meet the requirements of class A2 in accordance with the Commission Decision 96/603/EC on ﬁre protection and may be used in the corrosion category C4 according to the standard
EN ISO 12944-2.
We give up to 45 years warranty with our THYSSENKRUPP Pladur®Wrinkle mat and 25 years with PLADUR®Ral Premium Panels.
Coarse-grained, 2-layer coating system, in colours according to known colour schemes, with layer thickness of min. 50 microns.
Sheets with a proprietary surface structure imitating wood, triple-layer coating system, min. coat thickness 36 microns. The sheets meet the requirements of class A2 in accordance with the Commission Decision 96/603/EC on ﬁre protection and may be used in the corrosion category C4 according to the standard EN ISO 12944-2.
SUPERIOR HB – is a ground-breaking alternative for a smooth polyester surface. Thanks to an addition of acrylic compounds, the coat texture is slightly grained and it reﬂects light with a ﬂickering eﬀect. The acrylic additive additionally hardens the paint surface and ensures higher resistance to scratching. Lacquered sheets with metallic coating SUPERIOR HB meet the requirements of class A1 in accordance with the Commission Decision 96/603/EC on ﬁre protection. The products with SUPERIOR HB coating system may be used in the corrosion category C4 according to the standard EN ISO 12944-2.
The applied lacquer is a combination of a thick primer and a super-polyester topcoat, with the addition of ceramic and acrylic granules. This guarantees very-good resistance to external weather conditions. The Super Poliester Standard R-MAT coating has been developed for roofs and facades installed in sunny locations and areas with large annual temperature ﬂuctuations. The resistance of the Super Poliester Standard R-MAT coating to UV rays and aggressive weather conditions ensures high product quality, which will last for years. The Coated Super Poliester Standard R-MAT has:
>a semi-matte ﬁnish
>high scratch resistance
>very-good UV resistance
>very-good resistance to external weather conditions
an ideal choice for both roofs and façades mounted in locations exposed to sunlight and in areas experiencing high annual temperature diﬀerences.
Poliester standard mat ®(25 years) Poliester standard RAL ®(10 years)
Aluminium STUCCO MAT Corase®
Also available as a Aluminium Panel without the Stucco texture
This material is extremely light at density of only 2.7g/cm3. This facilitates designing a lighter building structure, so you can save on construction costs.
The material is 100% renewable and recyclable, which makes it eco-friendly. It does not lose its own original properties during this process.
Heavy duty and durable. The tensile strength of currently produced aluminium alloys is comparable to steel. Aluminium is resistant to harsh weather conditions, making it a natural choice in many applications.
The plasticity of the material makes it soft and easy to process for a roofer. This feature means that almost any product can be formed from aluminium.
Corrosion-resistant aluminium automatically self-covers with a thin layer of oxygen, rebuilding itself, which prevents further oxidation.