VMZINC roofing - Structural roof standing seam
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The construction system is combining a standing seam roofing essentially in QUARTZ-ZINC PLUS with rigid mineral wool insulation laid on supporting structures in steel, wood or concrete.
Delivered in rolls to be profiled or in preformed strips on demand.
QUARTZ-ZINC PLUS (Surface aspects on request: ANTHRA-ZINC PLUS, PIGMENTO PLUS, Natural Zinc PLUS, AZENGAR PLUS)
Hot cover for local low to medium humidity.
Hot cover for tropical countries (high external hygrometry).
Flat roof with slope ≥ 5% and ≤ 173%, arched roofs with parallel edges.
Ribbed steel sheet (according to D.T.U 43.3 or CSTB booklet No. 3537), Concrete (according to D.T.U. 20.12 and D.T.U. 43.1), Solid wood or wood-based panel (according to D.T.U. 43.4 or Favorable Technical Notice).
All regions wind altitude ≤ 900 m.
The choice by a professional of a VMZINC® product of VM Building Solutions must integrate the possible constraints of use according to the aspect of surface considered. Each aspect of zinc surface can change over time in different ways depending on the type of environment (seaside, high UV exposure, snow, etc.) and according to the applications (cover, facade, rain evacuation).
The use of the chosen aspect may not be suitable for certain applications in the context of very aggressive environmental constraints.
It is recommended, if necessary, to consult the VM Building Solutions services for further information.
No application in cladding or soffit.
Protective lacquer on the internal side: 60 microns on the underside (process by lacquering the inner side).
|Nom UNSPSC||Roofing materials|
|Uniclass 1.4 Code||L52|
|Uniclass 1.4 Description||Roof coverings, claddings, linings|
|Uniclass 2.0 Code||SS-20-40-50-95|
|Uniclass 2.0 Description||Zinc Sheet Roof Covering Systems|
|NBS Reference Code||20-40-50-95|
|NBS Reference Description||Zinc Sheet Roof Covering Systems|
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United Arab Emirates Israel Iran Kuwait Lebanon Turkey
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