Multirib®

A medium height, long run roofing and cladding profile designed primarily for industrial and commercial applications. Multirib® is also suited for roofing applications on low pitch residential projects.

Multirib® is quite possibly New Zealand’s most popular commercial and industrial roofing and cladding profile, providing numerous benefits for the building designer including clean lines and innovative design features offering superior strength and spanning capability over similar profiles. With over 2000,000 square metres installed as roofing and cladding on many of New Zealand’s larger scale projects, Multirib® is most certainly equally impressive when used in a traditional profile shape, or alternatively, as “reverse run” (with or without swage) as an option for wall cladding, ensuring the building designer only has to concern themselves with a single roof and cladding profile.

Features

  • Convex ribs provide strength and water run-off away from the fixings
  • Twin capillary breaks on the lap
  • Purpose designed leg provides support to the underlap
  • Steeply angled ribs provide superior strength and aesthetics
  • Installers feet fit neatly in the pan thereby avoiding damage to the ribs
  • Can be “reverse run” and the swage removed for use as a wall cladding
  • Lap can be altered in the reverse run process to ensure improved aesthetics and water tightness
  • Excellent water carrying capacity
  • Equally impressive for both roofing and cladding applications
  • Superior spanning at low roof pitch
  • Supported by Wind and Concentrated Load Span Design graphs derived from extensive industry test rig trials

Applications

  • For industrial and commercial roofing and cladding projects where both high spanning and a low pitch is required
  • Residential roofing
  • Industrial and commercial horizontal and vertical cladding in both standard and reverse run applications
  • Rural and lifestyle roofing and cladding
  • Drape curving

 

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