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Metcom 7

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Metcom 7 is an aesthetically pleasing profile used in commercial roof and wall cladding applications. Metcom 7 has excellent spanning capabilities and adds great value and appearance to any project. Metcom 7 is available in Zincalume®, Galvsteel®, Colorsteel® Endura® and Colorsteel® Maxx®.
Cover
889mm
Sheet Width
933 mm
Minimum Pitch
3° (minimum pitch will increase depending on sheet lengths - please refer to information sheet.)
Curving
Bullnose, Drape and Spring Curving options available
Application
Residential, Commercial, Rural, Industrial roofing and cladding
Orientation
Roofing and both vertically and horizontally laid cladding
Availabilty
Manufactured in Wellington. Available from all Metalcraft Roofing branches.

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Residential Roof Details

Residential Horizontal Wall Cladding Details

Residential Vertical Wall Cladding Details

Commercial Roof Details

Commercial Horizontal Wall Cladding Details

Commercial Vertical Wall Cladding Details

Loadspan and Fixing Tables - Steel

Metalcraft Roofing Company Profile

Fire Testing of Coated Steel Products

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Masterspec Specification Link

Metalcraft fabricates the Metcom 7 sheets from steel manufactured by New Zealand Steel. This steel is supplied with different protective coatings which are designed to withstand conditions in specific New Zealand Corrosion Zones

 

 

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THE COLORSTEEL® RANGE

All colours are available in COLORSTEEL® ENDURA® and COLORSTEEL® MAXX®. Due to high demand a limited colour range is being offered as per below. These colours will be reviewed in August 2022. Please note colours below are indicative and we recommend you request a steel colour sample from your nearest Metalcraft Roofing branch. The homeowner should be aware that temperatures of dark colours are higher than those of lighter colours. Darker colours will thermally expand more. Thermal expansion of metal roofs is covered in the MRM Code of Practice. The MBIE document on roof cladding advises that noise from thermal expansion is normal and should be expected. Refer to MBIE -Guide to tolerances, materials and workmanship in new residential construction 2015.

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