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Kalzip is one of the leading suppliers of aluminium building envelopes. We have been producing roof and facade systems on state-of-the-art roll forming machines since 1968. To date, more than 100 million square metres of Kalzip profiled sheets have been installed worldwide. With international sales offices and a global fleet of mobile production units, Kalzip is represented in almost all parts of the world.
Kalzip building systems meet the highest standards in terms of building physics and design for the realisation of roofs and facades which are both functional and visually fascinating.
Collaborating with Kalzip also means being able to draw on many years of experience and resource to ensure your ideas are turned into reality
For more than 50 years Kalzip has remained at the very forefront of architectural design, constantly pushing the boundaries of creative potential. The experience gained over many years, together with our highly-specialised technical expertise, guarantees the ultimate in quality and reliability – right down to the very last detail.
Discover the innovative and creative possibilities of Kalzip building envelopes and be inspired by the durable and versatile system solutions that Kalzip offers.
Kalzip, initially a product of the American company Kaiser Aluminium, was established in Germany in 1967. At the same time the production and marketing of Kalzip began in Koblenz.
In 1968, the first Kalzip roof was installed at the Nuremberg Congress Hall. Due to the popularity of the product, Kalzip quickly developed into a major player as a manufacturer of metal roof coverings.
This was followed in 1972 by a move within Koblenz to a new, larger location, where the headquarters are still located today. By 1974, over one million square metres of Kalzip profiled sheets had already been installed.
Today, after 50 years, Kalzip is proud of its long history and its involvement in numerous impressive buildings, such as the “Stadio delle Alpi”, in Turin that was opened in 1990 for the Football World Cup, the “Barajas Airport” in Madrid with 232,000 square metres of Kalzip profiled sheets and the “King Abdullah Airport” with a roof area of 350,000 square metres.
Kalzip gained worldwide attention in 2016 when the sarcophagus for the damaged Chernobyl nuclear power station, was clad with 168,000 square metres of Kalzip sheets produced in stainless steel.
Today Kalzip is a member of the Donges Group. The Donges Group is the leading supplier of bridge and steel constructions as well as roof and facade systems in Europe.
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