Corrugated sheeting has been used successfully in designs depicting the Victorian era over the years. Corrugated sheeting can be used as roofing or cladding, factory cranked, curved and bullnosed to a wide range of radii to suit requirements. Available in: Galvanised Steel, with or without a Chromadek coating, Zincalume, with or without a ColorBond coating, ZincAL, with or without ColorPlus coating, Aluminium, with or without a ColorTech G4 or Pvdf coating, Stainless steel…
Brownbuilt™ is the first Concealed Fix roofing profile in South Africa and was introduced in 1964 by Brownbuilt Metal Sections. Brownbuilt™ is a concealed fix profile, with a cover width of 406mm, providing the architect with an aesthetically pleasing appearance with 90 degree standing seams, offering a watertight roofing solution.
A roofing profile designed to provide the building industry with an economical alternative to the deeper Box Rib profiles without sacrificing the popular fluted concept so frequently featured in modern architecture. Nu-Rib™ is economical in comparison and is also great as a cladding option because of the shallow ribs.
This unique Concealed Fix system is commonly known as a standing seam system. This is one of the only Concealed Fix systems where the sheet can be tapered, as well as machine curved and reverse curved.
The historic Dunlop Factory was announced as the Winner of the Factory and Warehouse Category of the SAISC Awards in September 2017. Global Roofing Solutions supplied over 49 000m2 of Klip Tite and 6086m2 of IBR for this iconic project.