Heritage corrugated profiles
Profiling and Curving for original ripple iron and 3/4 profile
To replicate a corrugated profile if you can bring in a piece, we can certainly identify the material and profile and can likely remake.
A photo in situ and or some corrugation dimensions as pitch and depth is a useful start.
Sheet length limitation is the same (10’ ) as used in heritage buildings before the new roll forming process came into production
By varying the depth of profile we can likely match original corrugated profiles.
Corrugated profiles matched include :
• Original curved galvanised ripple iron stove recesses
• Original galvanised ripple iron awnings
• Original tapered corrugation on lighthouse using solid zinc
• Original galvanised ripple iron soffits
• Original ripple iron bathroom
• Curving heritage gal 3/4 sheet
• Industrial / Commercial Problem solving
Corrugating material to 2mm solves problems in industrial applications
• Grain silo aeration − 1.6 gal and mild steel perforated sheet profiled into both custom orb and ripple iron profiles and curved to half circle
• Concrete control joint using 1.2, 1.6 and 2mm mild steel profiled into standard ripple
• Filtering experiments using fine stainless steel mesh in deep ripple profile
• Screens for shelters in high vandalism areas using 1.6 perforated steel with gal ultracoat finish.
• Street furniture being vandal resistant and unattractive to graffiti vandals
• Suncontrol using 1.2, 1.6 and 2mm perforated aluminium