Kāhu® - Lemonwood School
Kāhu® creates strong shadow linesRead more
MANUFACTURED IN CHRISTCHURCH. AVAILABLE NATIONWIDE.
Kāhu™ roofing and cladding profile from Metalcraft Roofing will add elegance, extra strength and style to any residential or commercial project. Designed for roofs to 3° minimum pitch and as horizontal or vertical wall cladding. Available in COLORSTEEL® ENDURA® and COLORSTEEL® MAXX®.
3D Render below:
The great feature about Kāhu™ is the double capillary overlap to the side lap which allows for greater performance:
• Greater weather performance is achieved with the double capillary overlap as it provides an extra capillary barrier to the standard capillary groove, giving you extra peace of mind.
• The double capillary overlap requires only a one rib lap. This increases the cover sheet size and speeds up installation time, providing for a cost effective roofing and cladding solution.
• For wall cladding applications the exposed capillary groove on the overlap can be omitted providing for a smoother appearance.
|Cover Width:||875 mm|
|Sheet Width:||950 mm|
|Minimum Pitch:||3° (minimum pitch will increase depending on sheet lengths - please refer to information sheet.)|
|Application:||Residential, Commercial, Roofing and Cladding|
|Orientation:||Roofing and both horizontally and vertically laid cladding|
|Availability:||Manufactured in Christchurch and available from all Metalcraft Roofing branches.|
|Material Options:||Colorsteel® Endura®, Colorsteel® Maxx®, Aluminium, for other please ask your local branch.|
All colours are available in COLORSTEEL® ENDURA® and COLORSTEEL® MAXX®. Please note colours below are indicative and we recommend you request a steel colour sample from your nearest Metalcraft Roofing branch.
New Denim Blue
Metalcraft Roofing is a member of the New Zealand Metal Rollforming Manufacturers Association (NZMRM). The MRM has produced a Code of Practice which is an excellent technical resource providing a comprehensive overview of everything to do with metal roofing. To get a copy of the Code of Practice go to www.metalroofing.org.nz or download the free copy below.
Download Code of Practice