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.55 COLORBOND® Standing Seam - 330mm Sheet Cover. Victoria. Most Popular! Standing Seam Colorbond Matt Standing Seam with Clips

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Purchase COLORBOND® Standing Seam - 275mm Sheet Coverage. 

The standing seam cladding involves two interlocking panel seams and lapped.  Each standing seam panel is fastened against plywood and wrap shield using concealed clips. 

The minimum plywood thickness: 15mm for cladding & 19mm for roofing. 

Standing seam cladding is a great decision to make for a tried, true and everlasting covering.

Suitable for both wall facade cladding and roofing, making it a suitable choice for both residential and commercial projects.


The standing seam cladding involves two interlocking panel seams and lapped.  Each standing seam panel is fastened against plywood and wrap shield using concealed clips. 

The minimum plywood thickness: 15mm for cladding & 19mm for roofing. 

Minimum pitch of 3 degrees. 

 

 

 

 

 

Standing Seam

The Standing Seam cladding system is one of the most versatile cladding systems available. It is suitable for both roofs and facades, making it an ideal choice for challenging projects. The Standing Seam system is the most adaptable cladding profile lending itself to flat, curved, concave, convex, conical and domed applications. It inspires creative freedom, allowing architects and designers to share and explore relationships with surrounding landscape and transcend the local environment. In all architectural projects it’s a combination of both form and function and we choose between what we show and what we hide. The Standing Seam cladding system not only catches the eye but it’s subtle play of shadows and response to light can reflect the mood and ambience of the building envelope. The streamline low height of the seams (25mm) contributes to its architectural design and offers flexibility when working on more complex designs and structures. With a taut and regular appearance it is particularly suitable for very large cladding surfaces and for structures located in regions of harsh climate, which are often subject to coastal spray, snowfall, strong winds, and heavy rain.