Eurostyle Roll Cap tray roofing and cladding is designed to provide the boldest look of all Tray profiles. With highly defined longitudinal lines created by the 50mm wide cap that sits over the profile joins to cast strong lines and shade variations. Available in a range of steel types, variable pan widths and suitable for both wall cladding and roof orientations.
Eurostyle Angle Seam is designed to display a wider effect on the seam, providing a striking appearance in both roofing and cladding situations. With extensive material choices, Angle Seam Tray roofing is a versatile profile and can be used in a range of architectural roof and cladding situations.
Espan® has been designed for style and performance in mind and is Metalcraft Roofing’s new standing seam roof profile. The high ribs create strong defined shadow lines and combined with concealed fixings provide for superior weather performance.
Spanlok™ – A new and innovative series of standing seam roofing and cladding profiles included within the popular Eurostyle™ product range and was recently launched to the New Zealand market . spanlok™ is the first tray profile of its type to offer an extended 45mm rib height thereby providing stunning shadow lines plus additional spanning capability and has an added major advantage in that the product is installed directly onto purlins and girts without the use of a solid substrate.
TRS Angle Seam is a wide tray roofing system. It is fixed to solid substrates such as plywood or timber sarking. Angle Seam is the ideal cladding for roof, facade, soffit and fascia areas. Using traditional European techniques, it enhances the style of any structure.
Super Seam is TRS latest tray system for roofing & cladding providing sleek lines and wider pans giving off an elegant European look without the additional cost of a substrate thus reducing costs. Super seam is available in a variety of widths. We can offer 250 & 450 Wide pans as our most cost effective widths for manufacture and installation.
Generally, a Tray roof laid over plywood achieves a better aesthetic result, as it eliminates some of the opportunity for *oil-canning.
*Oil-canning is an inherent characteristic of gauge cold formed metal products, particularly products with broad flat areas like Tray profiles. It is seen as waviness or distortion in the flat surfaces. Oil canning does not affect the products strength or performance. The architect, builder and homeowner need to be aware that oil canning may affect the overall aesthetic outcome. Oil canning may occur during the roll-forming process and or during installation and where thermal expansion occurs.