Easiclad is a lo-ribbed trapezoidal wall cladding profile product designed to achieve maximum area coverage at the most economical rate.
Easiclad is a cost effective product designed as an economical wall cladding for buildings ranging from small garden sheds and garages to large industrial and commercial buildings. Its attractive lo-ribbed profile will enhance the appearance of any building it is applied to.
Easiclad clear sheeting is available in a matching profile in a variety of specifications.
Easiclad is available in zinc coated and pre-painted steel in .40g and 55g (base metal thickness) and plain and pre-painted Aluminium .70g and .90g
Steeltite 12gx20mm and Timbertite 12gx25mm, Class 4 fixings compatible with the material being fitted.
Provision should be made for thermal expansion.
All materials should be checked for their compatibility and their warranties as to the suitability in the environment to which they will be exposed. Warranties must comply with the maintenance recommendations as set down by the material.
For design details and best practice applications, please refer to NZ Metal Roofing Manufacturers’ Code of Practice.
Custom cut to length subject to available transport
|Zinc Alloy||Steel||.40BMT||AZ150 (150GM/M2)||G550 Mpa Yield Stress|
|Zinc Alloy||Steel||.55BMT||AZ150 (150GM/M2)||G550 Mpa Yield Stress|
|Pre-painted||Steel||.40BMT||AZ150 (150GM/M2)||G550 Mpa Yield Stress|
|Pre-painted||Steel||.55BMT||AZ150 (150GM/M2)||G550 Mpa Yield Stress|
|Pre-painted||Aluminium||.70BMT||5052||305 Mpa Yield Stress|
|Pre-painted||Aluminium||.90BMT||5052||305 Mpa Yield Stress|
ZinaCore – For general exterior roofing and cladding applications NOT suitable for use in severe or very severe marine environments
MagnaFlow – For general exterior roofing and cladding applications NOT suitable for use in very severe marine environments
AlumiGard – For general exterior roofing and cladding applications suitable for use in up to very severe marine environments
Only qualified approved roof installers should be used on your contract.
All installations should be to the standards as set out in the NZ Metal Roofing Manufacturers’ Code of Practice.