Description: Standard Ripple, originally called ‘ripple Iron’, is a scaled down version of corrugated iron with 25mm oscillation and 6mm depth (Photo is .4 zincalume)
See Sheeting and Cladding for photo comparision with deep ripple
•Large variety of metals up to 1.6 mm thick
•Uses a traditional timeless profile
• Wider sheet (1070)means less laps and joins
• Short turnaround time with a variety of on the shelf materials
•Versatile by design and elegant in construction
• Curves to customer radius
• Colorbond is .55 thick with pvc coating therefore no clean up and saves labour
• Can be profiled on width of sheet reducing joins and onsite costs
• Total kits including cutting and flashing made to assist installer
• Can be cut, curved and folded in most metals
Accessories for neat finishing include edging/ capping, skirting, corners, joiners and gable roll
Drawing shows Standard Ripple 25mm oscillation and 6mm depth which can be varied.
Can be profiled on sheet length or width
Metals: Solid and perforated Zincalume, Colorbond, Steel, Gal., Stainless Steel, Aluminium, Steel, Corten/ Weathering Steel and Copper. See Gallery of Sheet
Finishes: Stucco embossed aluminium and treadplate stainless steel have been successfully profiled.
Mill finished sheet can be anodised, powdercoated, painted or polished after profiling
Thicknesses: .4 to 1.6 mm. Limits vary between metals.
•Maximum length 3000 mm. Standard is 2400 for most sheet.
•Width usually 1070 with 1035 cover
•Standard flat sheet 900, 1200 and 1500 wide can be profiled on width to managable lengths
Standard ripple can be curved to various radii
Custom sheet in special materials is profiled to the customers specification.