Stone Coated Metal Roofing Tile Red Green Stone Coated Factory Price

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1.Structure of Stone Coated Metal Roofing Tile Description

Stone Coated Metal Roofing Tile is galvalume, as well as vermiculites processed by high technique on its surface. The multi-layer design is environment friendly as well as being in modern style. With smooth flowing curves, the Milan tile resembles the refined appearance of traditional-style roofing tiles while integrating the lightweight and long lasting features of steel tile.

Stone Coated Metal Roofing Tile is galvalume or galvanized sheet. The processing of the surface adopts techniques of painting and coloring at high temperature. It is environment-friendly multi-layer composite material as roofage. 

 

2.Main Features of Stone Coated Metal Roofing Tile:

  • a) Light-weighed, environment friendly, and economical: as light as 6kg/m2, approximately 1/8 of that of clay tile and cement tile. It is proved to reduce cost as is easy transported and installed. Moreover, it is widely used due to its recyclables in the construction of villa, mansion, chamber, and so on.

  • b) Sturdy and durable: It is so far the most economical roof age, for it is waterproof and heatproof, freezing tolerance, fireproof ,ageing-resistant, and can resist erosion.

  • c) Easy installed: This material is flexible and easy to cut. Approximately 2 pieces is enough for ever square meter. It is safe and convenient in installation and maintenance.

  • d) Windproof: It is suitable for all kinds of roof, including that of high buildings due to its special way of installation -to nail it horizontally. And it is also proved to be windproof in many projects.

  • e) Pleasing to the eye: Owing to the diffuse reflection of vermiculites, its flamboyant looking and tridimensional appearance, metal roofing tiles enjoy great popularity worldwide.  

 

3. Stone Coated Metal Roofing Tile Images

Stone Coated Metal Roofing Tile Red Green Stone Coated Factory Price

Stone Coated Metal Roofing Tile Red Green Stone Coated Factory Price


4. Stone Coated Metal Roofing Tile Specification

Product item

Stone Coated Metal Roof Tile

Type

Nosen  Type

Roofing tile materials

Galvanized sheet steel

Roofing tile size 

1335mm*420mm*0.4mm

Installed exposure

1280mm*375mm

Coverage area

0.5m2

The number of payment

 2pcs/ m2

Weight

 2.6kg/pcs

Optional thickness

0.35/0.40/0.45/0.50mm

Color

10 colors

Life guarantee

30years

Application

roofing  tile of Villas ,townhouse, apartments ,tourist destination building ,and roof conversion project

MOQ

1000pieces


5.FAQ 

 How can you guarantee the quality of the Stone Coated Metal Roofing Tile

We always keep in mind that customers' eyes only stay on the high quality products, so we are making every effort to adjust the manufacturing procedure, enhance product quality, and make sure that every piece of tiles meets the customer's requirement.  


② The reason why you choose us?

• Advanced Equipments.

• Experienced Operater and Best Quality.

• Convenient Transportation.

• Competitive Price and Best Services.


③ Can we get samples?

Yes, we are glad to offer you sample to test.


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