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Pure Aluminum

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  • Pure aluminum roofing materials are suitable for various applications, including residential, commercial, and industrial roofing projects.

  • Common forms include aluminum sheets, shingles, and panels.

Pure aluminum is known for its excellent corrosion resistance. It forms a protective oxide layer on its surface, preventing rust and corrosion.

Aluminum is a lightweight material, making it easy to handle and install.
This characteristic is particularly beneficial for roofing applications, as it reduces the overall load on the structure.

Aluminum has high reflectivity, which means it can reflect a significant
amount of sunlight. This property can contribute to energy efficiency by reducing heat absorption.

Aluminum is highly malleable, allowing for the creation of intricate profiles and designs. This is advantageous for roofing systems with specific aesthetic requirements.

Aluminum is fully recyclable, making it an environmentally friendly choice. Recycled aluminum retains its properties, and the recycling process consumes less energy compared to the production of primary aluminum.


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  • Aluzinc combines the benefits of aluminum and zinc, offering enhanced corrosion resistance and durability.

  • It is often chosen for projects where a balance of strength, formability, and corrosion resistance is required.
  • Aluzinc is a metallic coating that consists of aluminum (55%), zinc (43.4%), and silicon (1.6%). This combination provides the material with enhanced corrosion resistance compared to pure zinc coatings.

  • The aluminum in Aluzinc contributes to the material’s durability and heat reflectivity, while the zinc provides galvanic protection against corrosion.
  • Corrosion Resistance: Aluzinc offers excellent corrosion resistance due to the combination of aluminum and zinc. This makes it well-suited for challenging environmental conditions.

  • Heat Reflectivity: Similar to pure aluminum, Aluzinc has good heat reflectivity, contributing to energy efficiency in buildings by reducing heat absorption.

  • Formability: Aluzinc maintains a degree of formability, allowing for the creation of diverse roofing profiles.
  • Aluzinc-coated materials are widely used in roofing and cladding applications. The combination of aluminum and zinc makes it suitable for structures away from coastal areas or regions with high humidity, where corrosion resistance is crucial.

  • Common forms include Aluzinc-coated steel sheets and panels used for roofing and siding.