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Rolled zinc finishes to be showcased at Vision

  • 20 May 2015

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AZENGAR – an engraved, rolled zinc finish for roofs and façades – will be one of the products showcased on Stand 93. It features a distinctive matt surface unaffected by fingerprints, making it ideal for both exterior and interior use.

Rolled zinc is becoming increasingly popular across all building sectors.

AZENGAR was developed in response to feedback from over 400 international architects. It is pigment-free, and the lightest shade of zinc available.

Other colours being shown include the PIGMENTO range of red, blue, green and its latest addition, brown.

Rolled zinc is being used increasingly across all building sectors, both for contemporary architectural designs and, through the VMZINC Heritage Division, restoration projects too.

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