Metcom 930

MANUFACTURED IN AUCKLAND AND PALMERSTON NORTH. AVAILABLE NATIONWIDE.

Metcom930 is a unique Metalcraft Roofing profile used primarily in commercial roofing and wall cladding applications. Metcom930 has excellent spanning capabilities and can be used down to a minimum pitch of 3 degrees. Metcom700 is also available, identical in shape with one less pan and rib. Metcom930 and Metcom700 are available in Zincalume®, Galvsteel®, Colorsteel® Endura® and Colorsteel® Maxx®.

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Please Note: Dimensions are nominal and may vary with changes depending on material
Cover: 930 mm
Sheet Width: 1010 mm
Minimum Pitch: 3° (minimum pitch will increase depending on sheet lengths - please refer to information sheet.)
Application: Commercial, Rural, Industrial roofing and cladding
Orientation: Roofing and both vertically and horizontally laid cladding
Availabilty: Manufactured in Auckland and Palmerston North. Available from all Metalcraft Roofing branches.

 

 

 

THE COLORSTEEL® RANGE

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.

Karaka

Gull Grey

Permanent Green

Mist Green

Lichen

FlaxPod®

Ironsand

Lignite

Desert Sand

Slate

Grey Friars

New Denim Blue

Thunder Grey

Sandstone Grey

Cloud

Titania

Scoria

Pioneer Red

Ebony

Windsor Grey

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Code Of Practice

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.

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