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  • Resincot

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    Resincot is a unique brand that offers an Aluminium- Zinc coated steel base which is pre-painted in controlled factory conditions. Resincot features fade-free warranties and over 16 different colours making it the obvious choice for architects and designers with a bias for class and aesthetics. Recommended minimum timber cross-sectional size are :
    • Purlins – 75 X 50mm, Trusses – 100 X 50mm.

    Maximum Purlin Spacing

    • 0.25mm thickness material :- 600mm.
    • 0.30mm thickness and above :- 800mm to 1mtr.
    Note :-It is recommended to use single lengths to cover each run of roof from crest to eave and avoid end lapping for better aesthetics and economy.
  • ROMANTILE is an elegant, classic and Roman style of roofing, and it signifies upper end good life. This premium roofing sheet from ALAF Limited gives your roof a look of classic Roman tiles used in the 18th century ROYAL ROMANTILE is the matte finish version of Romantile.
  • Tekdek

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    TEKDEK is a trapezoidal profile manufactured from high tensile Aluminium-Zinc coated steel sheets, used in roofing and cladding applications especially in industrial applications. It is an angular profile with robust design and great aesthetic looks making it a modern alternative to the traditional corrugated metal roofing sheets.
  • VERSATILE  is a prestigious, tile- shaped roofing profile from ALAF Limited that recalls the appearance and look of the classical tile roof. Versatile Nuvo is both effective and elegant, and is available in a range of colours and in customised lengths. ROYAL VERSATILE is the matte finish version of Versatile Nuvo. Recommended minimum timber cross-sectional size are :
    • Purlins – 75 X 50mm, Trusses – 100 X 50mm.
    Maximum Purlin Spacing
    • 0.30mm thickness material :- 600mm.
    • 0.40mm thickness and above :- 900mm.
    Note :-It is recommended to use single lengths to cover each run of roof from crest to eave and avoid end lapping for better aesthetics and economy.  
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