Flashings

Flashings are necessary components to ensure impermeability and heat insulation together with sandwich roof and wall panels. They are produced from prepainted galvanized steel and aluminium in general. Typical flashings are:

  • Ridge Profiles

  • Gutter Accessories

  • Inclined Ridge Profiles

  • Upper-end Profiles

  • Skylight and Ventilation Edge Accessories

  • Gutter Profiles

  • Edge Profiles

Door and Window Frames

Frames are produced from minimum 1,5 mm. electrostatically powder painted galvanized steel with all edges pre-welded as a single piece. They are more durable and preferably aesthetic.

Polycarbonate Trapezoidals

Polycarbonate trapezoidals have the advantage of being able to be placed in between panels on desired areas with the existing sandwich system. They can be made of 2,3,4 or 5 layers of polycarbonate and in different trapezoidal sections according to different climates.

Glass Reinforced Polyester Trapezoidals

These trapezoidals are produced from polyester and fiberglass in different trapezoidal forms with different thicknesses, with the aim of light conduction on roof and wall cladding systems. They are assembled in a 2-layer system to ensure sufficient heat insulation for the sandwich panel system.

Smoke Hatches

Smoke hatches can be applied in radius forms and in different dimensions for smoke ventilation, and lighting purposes. They are produced from double-sided polycarbonate or acrylic material. They can be applied with opening mechanisms providing single or multiple opening systems; in order to prevent fires, CO2 tubes can be included on demand.

Conventional Steel Gutter & Rain Outlet Pipes

Gutters are made of min. 2,5 mm. painted or galvanized steel, optionally with heat insulation. These rainwater pipe systems can be both inside or outside of the building.

Rainspout & Sluice Systems

This system is usually used where roof slope is low. Initially, special plastic rain outlets suitable for membranes are installed on the parapets, inside of the main water outlet. Additionally, emergency water outlets are installed in case of heavy rain conditions. Dimensions and cross-sections of all system components are designed according to rainfall averages of the region.

Syphonic System

Rain Outlets

Generally used where roof slope is low, this closed system consists of pipes with low diameters, increasing the speed of water inside. The airtight pipes are conducted inside the building.