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Double-skin profile roof

Double-skin profile roof

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Double Skin Roofing System

This is an insulated system where a liner panel is fixed to the purlin which may be light section steel, heavy section steel or timber. A Spacer bar and bracket system is then fixed through the liner to the purlin. Finally the outer sheet is fixed to the spacer bar

Double-skin profile wall

Double-skin profile wall

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Double Skin Wall System

This is an insulated system where a liner panel is fixed to the purlin which may be light section steel, heavy section steel or timber. A Spacer bar and bracket system is then fixed through the liner to the purlin. Finally the outer sheet is fixed to the spacer bar

Roof with composite panels

Roof with composite panels

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Sandwich Panel Roofing System

Sandwich panels are composite elements. They consist of two metallic layers that are usually connected shear resistant with polyurethane foam. The ratio of weight to load-carrying capacity and the insulating properties are unbeatable. Sandwich panels are fastened directly to the substructure. The following element is pushed to the assembled element from the side and then fastened.

Single-skin profile roof

Single-skin profile roof

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Single Skin Roofing System

This system is uninsulated, where a single roof sheet is fixed directly to the purlin which may be light section steel, heavy section steel or timber

Single-skin profile wall

Single-skin profile wall

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Single Skin Vertical Cladding System

This is an insulated system where a liner panel is fixed to the sheeting rail which may be light section steel, heavy section steel or timber. A Spacer bar and bracket system is then fixed through the liner to the sheeting rail. Finally the outer sheet is fixed to the spacer bar.

Standing seam double skin roof

Standing seam double skin roof

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Standing Seam Double Skin Roofing System

The load-bearing shell is fastened inside to the steel or timber purlins. The clips for fixing standing seam systems are fixed with self-drilling screws either directly to the load-bearing shell or indirectly to an additional spacer. The outer leaf is fixed to the clips with a folding machine.

Wall with composite panels

Wall with composite panels

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Sandwich Panel Vertical Cladding System

This is an insulated system where a Sandwich Panel comprising of two metal skins separated by a core of either dense mineral wool or foam insulation is fixed directly to the sheeting rail.

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