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Before we can give a delivery time, we require some details: profile, material (Colorcoat PE 25 / Polyester, Colorcoat PVDF, Colorcoat Prisma, Colorcoat HPS200 Ultra, Foodsafe, aluminium, stainless steel or a combination of materials), colour and thickness of the materials. Using these details, we check if we have the material in stock. We then check the delivery times list with the first possible delivery time of the profile/s concerned. This list is created based on: the available production capacity, the number of orders and the rolling machine schedule. For an exact delivery date please contact us at email@example.com.
This depends on the type of material and the application. When uncoated, galvanised steel is unsuitable for exterior applications and in principle must always be coated. The same applies for interior coating. As the name of the coating suggests, this is only suitable for interior use. In principle, aluminium is suitable for exterior use without a coating. Aluzink and stainless steel can be used uncoated without restriction for exterior applications. As every situation differs, it is difficult to give an immediate answer to which coating is suitable for which situation. You can find the differences between the coatings that we deliver at Materials and Coatings. Furthermore, you can always contact us.
We have a colour sheet that shows all of the standard colours we supply. In fact, we can supply any RAL colour, if the size of the order is sufficiently large.
We recommend a roof pitch of 10 degrees. Metal roofing is unsuitable for roofs with a pitch of 0-4 degrees. For roofs with a pitch of between 4 and 9 degrees you must make additional provisions. You can find these in the table at Transport, storage and installation/ roof installation.
Yes, a film can be applied to the interior of the cladding. This film can temporarily absorb between 700 and 900 gr/m2 of moisture when the humidity is high. The moisture will evaporate again when circumstances allow. This layer can be supplied in light grey or white.
Our stock of detailed drawings is limited to a number of principle solutions, these can be found in our technical manual. Other than that, you are free to use your own detailed drawings. Of course, we will be pleased to evaluate these designs.
Yes, the guarantee we give is dependent on the type of product (galvanised, Aluzink, aluminium, stainless steel, perforated, coated/ uncoated) and its application (whether or not in a corrosive atmosphere).
SAB-profiel always produces its products to customer specification. There are however minimum and (recommended) maximum lengths; you can find these lengths on the pages for the profiles concerned.
The height difference between the supports must be a maximum of L/350 (where L is the distance between centres of the supports concerned). For greater height differences, the cladding must be crimped in the factory.
Roof openings that interrupt a maximum of one web, normally require no support construction. Openings up to 300 mm (round or square) should be strengthened with an extra sheet of 600x600x1.5 mm. For openings larger than 300 mm a trimming construction must be used.
Yes, we have a technical department that can also make calculations for you. However, we do not make calculations for tilting stability, diaphragm roofs, steel sheet concrete floors or fasteners.
Our PIR-foam panels achieve a sound insulation value of 26dB.
Yes, you can find them under downloads/acad-drawings as DWG and DXF files.
Most PIR-foam panels are not fire resistant, but we have some panels with EW30 or EI classification.
How do SAB PIR-foam panels react to fire?
The combustibility of PIR-foam panels can be classified as flame retardant and self-extinguishing in accordance with DIN 4102 Part 1, class B1. The panels are classified as B-s2, do according pre tests of NEN-EN13501-1.