The wind resistance of stone coated metal roof tiles has always been a matter of widespread concern. Many friends see that the stone coated metal roof tiles are so light in weight and thought they would fall off if the wind blows, which is very unsafe! Today, let’s take a look at the stability of stone coated metal roof tiles in application scenarios, and what is their wind resistance.
Although the application scenarios of stone coated metal roof tiles are very wide, they will all return to the roof in the final analysis. Whether it is a self-built house or a commercial project, if we are worried about the wind resistance of stone coated metal roof tiles, we must understand the entire roof structure.
Before installing stone coated metal roof tiles, you must install batten. The spacing between the batten is designed according to the specifications of the stone coated metal roof tiles, so it is very convenient to overlap. In addition, corresponding accessories must be installed to ensure the integrity and beauty of the entire roof.
It can be seen that in specific application scenarios, stone coated metal roof tiles are a complete and systematic project. And the installation method is fixed with professional tools, so it will not fall off when the wind blows as everyone said.
Materials for Stone Coated Metal Roof Tiles
Stone coated metal roof tiles are composed of corrosion-resistant galvalume steel plates, acrylic resin, and high-temperature sintered colored stone granules, all of which are highly stable materials and can effectively protect buildings.The surface of the stone coated metal roof tiles covered with colored stone granules is very bright and beautiful, which makes many people mistake it for foam plastic roof materials, ignoring the fact that the base plate is galvalume steel plate. Although the overall quality of stone coated metal roof tiles is relatively light, they have high strength and will be very sturdy when combined with professional installation methods.
Professional Wind Resistance Test
In addition to the roof structure of stone coated metal roof tiles that can reflect its stability, from a professional perspective, the wind resistance performance parameters of metal roofs can also be determined through tests, such as lifting wind speed and wind pressure. The reason why stone coated metal roof tiles can be put into use in the market has also been professionally tested.
Professional testing agencies will test and evaluate the lifting performance of metal tile roofs by simulating wind forces under real climate conditions. Its principle is based on the pressure and suction effects of wind on metal roofs, and its wind resistance performance is evaluated by measuring parameters such as deformation and stress of metal roofs.Various experimental data show that stone coated metal roof tiles have very strong stability.
From the above points, stone coated metal roof tiles can not only resist strong winds, but also help protect buildings from damage such as rainwater and ultraviolet radiation. So everyone doesn't have to worry about the stone coated metal roof tiles being blown off by the wind, you can rest assured to install and use them!