Steadmans provided almost 1,300 linear metres of its AS35 composite panels, in merlin grey almost 750 linear metres, 100mm thick, for the roof and over 530 linear metres, 80mm deep, for the walls.
The building products manufacturer supplied almost 600 linear metres of cold rolled Zed purlins, nearly 250 linear metres of cold rolled side rails and about 40 linear metres of cold rolled eaves beams for the project.
The AS35 composite panels consist of two coated steel profiles bonded to a core PIR insulation, which are used to form roofs, down to a four-degree pitch, and walls. The system includes a comprehensive range of guttering, flashlights, sealants and roof lights; and offers swift completion of a wide variety of weatherproof building envelopes.
The panels are manufactured in a quality process certified to ISO 9001:2008, using non-ozone depleting technology. In addition, the system is environmentally-responsible, providing efficient thermal performance and a predicted service life of 40 years.
Available in a range of thicknesses from 40mm to 137mm, the panels can be specified to achieve insulation U-values, aiding compliance with the latest L2 regulations, and are Loss Prevention Certification Board approved.
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