We now have the ability to crank curve our 32/1000 box profile steel sheets. These sheets are ideal for use on industrial and commercial units to keep a continuous flow from roof to walls, or for use on animal shelters or curved roofs with a more industrial appearance. As these sheets are crimped we are able to make them to all shapes and sizes, including having the ability to produce multiple curved parts on one sheet.
Please contact our sales team with your drawings for prices.
Due to the complexity of manufacturing cranked sheets to your specification we are unable to provide an online order service for this product. Please contact us to discuss this service in more detail.
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Box profile steel cladding (or box section) is a modern alternative to traditional 3" corrugated (or wriggly tin) metal roofing sheets. Initially used predominantly on industrial buildings it's modern appearance has resulted in box profile steel cladding becoming more popular with domestic users.
Profile: Accord 32/1000
Cover width: 1000mm
Profile height: 32mm
Available gauges: 0.5mm & 0.7mm
Cut to size
Approx lead time: 10 to 14 working days
Galvanised sheeting is a high quality hot dipped zinc coated steel with no additional finishes added.
Please be aware that galvanised sheets cannot be painted until they have weathered. This usually takes approx 6 months. If a more durable coloured finish is required please consider using our polyester paint or PVC plastisol coated finished sheets instead
|Property||Unit of measure||Value||Test standard|
|Standard zinc coating||(g/m2)||275 (Z275)|
|Minimum yield stress||(N/mm2)||220 (S220GD)||EN 10147:2000|
|Bending and profiling quality||DX51D||EN 10142:2000|
|Estimated time to first maintenance*:
Dry and unpolluted
Suburban and rural
Industrial and urban
*Recommendations for period to first maintenance are based on the premise that the strength and integrity of sheets would diminish after the period specified, unless maintenance was carried out. The periods estimated are based on a theoretical weight loss as a result of natural weathering under test conditions. All figures are estimates and do not constitute a guarantee period.