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Waves of steel

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Prudential's Manchester Arndale is the first building to use the new stainless steel Kalzip material. The 420m° roof curves gently through an 80m radius, and was constructed from straight 0.6mm sheets, curved on site to create the wave form. Stainless steel Kalzip is strong, anti-corrosive and maintenancefree, and comes in three finishes. The system can be used on fully supported roof constructions (using the Kalzip AF profile) or in self-supporting roofs with a metal profiled liner sheet or structural decking.


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