Roof center with curved sheet
Roofing Purlins












Sandwich panel in situ roof details

Interior view of insitu panel covering



It consists of two overlapping sheets of corrugated steel sheets of 0.6 mm. thickness, galvanized or lacquered finish, which is sandwiched between a galvanized rafter (omega) separated by 80mm fiberglass insulation. This whole assembly process is performed on site (in situ).

The pleasant interior finish achieved with this solution eliminates the need of installating a drop ceilings.

The sheets are fastend to rafters using self tapping and atoperferating screws with nylon covers colored the same color as the sheet covering.

Standard finishes:

Zinc coating on both sides of a steel coil-processing specifications SENDZIMIR, according to UNE 36131 - EN 10142, Z-275.

Suitable for corrosive environments without design demands.

-Prelaquered. Based on a galvanized steel coil, in the first stage are applied on both faces of a coating based on epoxy resins. Subsequently, on the exposed face applying a lacquer resin coating based on polyester silicone, according to specifications UNE 36150 - EN 10169.

Suitable for some corrosive environments and design demands.

see color chart