Roofing Material ZN Zinc

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Zinc is also a widely known traditional metal, so why choose it for your project?

  • Adds value
  • Aesthetics
  • Longevity
  • Cost cycle (reduced cost over the life span of the project)
  • Recycle value
  • Suits modern designs
  • Trained accredited VM Pro Zinc installers offering an additional 10 years workmanship warranties (20 years in total)

Zinc is the fourth most common metal in use globally, behind iron, aluminium, and copper in typical annual production and it will weather to a greyish pewter like patina. For maximum performance of zinc products it is important to provide a system that protects the underside of a panel or product. Architectural Metalformers employs various methods to ensure the correct installation of zinc.

Each zinc project should be discussed with a Architectural Metalformers Technical Representative.

Characteristics:

Zinc is a moderately-reactive bluish-white natural metal that tarnishes in moist atmospheric conditions. Zinc reacts with acids, alkalis and other non-metals. Clients may expect slight colour variations between panels. However any possible colour variations will be minimized over the time by the continuous formation of the protective patina.

All ferrous and non ferrous products require on going maintenance to ensure the best possible performance and compliance with terms of warranties.

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Roofing Material ZN Zinc

Zinc is also a widely known traditional metal, so why choose it for your project?

  • Adds value
  • Aesthetics
  • Longevity
  • Cost cycle (reduced cost over the life span of the project)
  • Recycle value
  • Suits modern designs
  • Trained accredited VM Pro Zinc installers offering an additional 10 years workmanship warranties (20 years in total)

Zinc is the fourth most common metal in use globally, behind iron, aluminium, and copper in typical annual production and it will weather to a greyish pewter like patina. For maximum performance of zinc products it is important to provide a system that protects the underside of a panel or product. Architectural Metalformers employs various methods to ensure the correct installation of zinc.

Each zinc project should be discussed with a Architectural Metalformers Technical Representative.

Characteristics:

Zinc is a moderately-reactive bluish-white natural metal that tarnishes in moist atmospheric conditions. Zinc reacts with acids, alkalis and other non-metals. Clients may expect slight colour variations between panels. However any possible colour variations will be minimized over the time by the continuous formation of the protective patina.

All ferrous and non ferrous products require on going maintenance to ensure the best possible performance and compliance with terms of warranties.

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Request price / brochure
Contact the supplier

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Roofing Material ZN Zinc

Zinc is also a widely known traditional metal, so why choose it for your project?

  • Adds value
  • Aesthetics
  • Longevity
  • Cost cycle (reduced cost over the life span of the project)
  • Recycle value
  • Suits modern designs
  • Trained accredited VM Pro Zinc installers offering an additional 10 years workmanship warranties (20 years in total)

Zinc is the fourth most common metal in use globally, behind iron, aluminium, and copper in typical annual production and it will weather to a greyish pewter like patina. For maximum performance of zinc products it is important to provide a system that protects the underside of a panel or product. Architectural Metalformers employs various methods to ensure the correct installation of zinc.

Each zinc project should be discussed with a Architectural Metalformers Technical Representative.

Characteristics:

Zinc is a moderately-reactive bluish-white natural metal that tarnishes in moist atmospheric conditions. Zinc reacts with acids, alkalis and other non-metals. Clients may expect slight colour variations between panels. However any possible colour variations will be minimized over the time by the continuous formation of the protective patina.

All ferrous and non ferrous products require on going maintenance to ensure the best possible performance and compliance with terms of warranties.

Visit company website
Request price / brochure
Contact the supplier

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