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Angled standing seam cladding system.
Angled standing seam systems are used in the facade sector and for cladding small surfaces such as fascias, upstands and parapets. They are particularly suitable for visually separating roof and facade surfaces thanks to their height of approximately 25 mm and a seam width of approximately 12 mm. They can be installed horizontally, vertically and also diagonally.
The panels can be delivered with ready-made profiles or bevels or can be produced on the construction site using mobile roll formers.
Angled standing seams are distinguished by particularly low material stresses. In contrast to double standing seams, only one side is closed using a machine or by hand.
Features and benefits:
Installation all as per Rheinzink recommendations.
Pre-PATINA, GRANUM, PRISMO and CLASSIC surfaces.
Maximum panel length 6 m.
Optimum panel length 4 m.
30-year material guarantee.
H74/130 Zinc sheet fully supported wall covering
Full fill between studs/ frame.
Air and vapour control layer
Vapowall breather layer.
Battens to give vented air space (min 50 mm).
Plywood (minimum 18 mm) as per EN 636 and EN 314.
For installation on timber battens.
Vapozinc structured underlay.
Rheinzink angle seams.
Window sill copings.
To EN 988.
Zinc and zinc alloys - Specifications for rolled flat products for building.
CLASSIC bright rolled.
Reaction to fire
To EN 13501-1, Class A1 (external face).
CLASSIC, GRANUM and prePATINA finishes.
To EN 13501-1, Class A2 (external face).
Cradle to Cradle Certified® Bronze and EN 15804 EPD (CLASSIC and prePATINA).
Contains Red List materials
Country of material origin
Country of product manufacture
Museum of Transport
Rheinzink Standing Seam Technology Installation Guide for Zinc Roofing
Sir Colin Campbell Building Nottingham University
Sustainable Building Certificate
TUV Quality Zinc Certificate
Rheinzink - Standing Seam Zinc Technology Checklist
Rheinzink Reveal Panel - Zinc System technology for Facades
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