Pierced Fix Profiles
Our Exclusive Pierced Fix Profiles
We produce the ever-appealing Corrugated and IBR profiles
We produce the ever-appealing Corrugated and IBR profiles under our proprietorial names of Tufdek® and Classicorr®, the brands being a mark of our quality assurance to you in roll forming and material standards. The innovative Versatile® profile combines the structural strength of a sheet with the aesthetic appeal of tile.
Our exclusive IBR fix profiles include Widedek®, Trimflute® and Fluteline® for economical applications with wider sheet coverage.
The profile is roll-formed with 6 trapezoidal ribs at 203 mm, centres with a net cover of 1015 mm. The rib height shall be 26.5 mm and shall be fixed in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations.
Is an angular trapezoidal fluted sheet and is similar in appearance to IBR profiled sheeting, the difference being the cover width of the sheet, and the depth of the flutes. Widedek sheeting has a cover width of 760mm and the depth of the flutes on Widedek is 28,5mm. The Widedek profile has a bigger cover width than IBR, resulting in a saving on sheeting.
Versatile is a premium roofing profile from Safintra Roofing that has the appearance of tiles but the strength and light weight advantage of steel. It is available in a range of colours and in various thicknesses.
Fluteline is an angular trapezoidal fluted profile sheet with similar characteristics to IBR but having an effective cover of 889mm, which is wider than IBR.
IBR is an abbreviation for Inverted Box Rib, an angular trapezoidal fluted profile sheet with a bold appearance which makes it both attractive and practical. Tufdek has an effective covering width of 686 mm designed for use as side cladding or roofing material in commercial, industrial and residential buildings. The deep broad flute design offers excellent drainage characteristics combined with optimum weight versus load/span capabilities. Tufdek can be factory cranked, curved and bullnosed to various radii depending on customer's requirements.
The Corrugated profile is sinusoidal and can be used as roofing and cladding material. With its origins dating back to the Victorian era, it is probably the most commonly known sheeting profile used in the world today. The fact that the corrugated profiled sheeting has been around since before the turn of the century proves that this easy to use and effective profile for roofing and wall cladding is here to stay. Classicorr is the traditional and familiar S-Rib profile for roofing and cladding applications. The S-rib is derived from the sinus curve and offers very strong structural properties. The Corrugated profile virtually eliminates oil canning and the sheeting can be factory cranked, curved and bullnosed to various radii depending on customer's requirements.