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- VMZINC titanium zinc usage areas: Convex, concave, flat, dome-shaped facades, interior walls, suspended ceilings and sofites.
- Architectural forms: Vault, radial, curved, amorphous, geodesic or origami surfaces.
- Climates: Extremely aggressive areas, (salty seaside, mountain climate, places where corrosion and UV are high)
- Buildings: New construction, renovation and restoration
• Zinc: 99.995% Copper: 0.08% Titanium: 0.07%
• Density: 7.2 kg / dm3
• Available in coils of 50 cm, 65 cm and 100 cm widths or as standard plates of 1.00 m x 2.00 m. Stainless steel, fixed and movable clips are integral parts of the system. There are 0.70mm, 0.80mm, 1mm and 1.5mm thickness options.
• Does not show dust, hides possible scratches, does not leave fingerprints.
• In hot climates, it reflects the sun rays and increases the heat performance of the building.
• Ease of application: As a result of the naturalness of zinc, it offers ease of bending and soldering.
• The performance in the alloy promises a life of 100 years: 100% zinc, 100% recyclable material VMZINC.
• 100% compliance with LEED criteria and permanent SRI values (Solar Reflexion Index).
EN 988, PREMIUMZINC,
ISO 9001: 2000, ISO 14001
CE, LEED, BREEAM, HQE
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