The visual appeal, strength, wide cover, light weight and weather resistance of Stramit Monoclad® cladding make it perfect for all commercial roofing and walling applications. Its excellent strength and ease of assembly allow for long, economical spans. The water-carrying capacity and weather-tightness permit very low roof pitches, leading to economies in the building structure.
Stramit Monoclad® cladding may also be used for domestic applications.
It can be used with the Stramit MonoLap® roof lap joint system which is transforming the way long-run roofs are designed and installed. Developed specifically for Stramit Monoclad® roof cladding, the system provides a strong joint and a low profile, weather-resistant seal between overlapping cladding sheets. MonoLap® is made of materials suitable for extreme roof environments, providing peace of mind and confidence in the system.
When you pair MonoLap® with Monoclad® sheeting, you remove the need for conventional stepped jointing and/ or additional purlins in long-run roof structures. Long-length roof projects used to rely on on-site roll forming to fabricate long-length roof cladding. Access to the MonoLap® low profile seal means shorter Monoclad® sheets can be used, eliminating the need for on-site roll forming. Installing shorter sheets provides added benefits of lower transport, handling and roofing crew costs, and reduced site congestion.
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