ATLAS-Eurorib-Roof:

ATLAS-Eurorib-Dach AER60/0i

ATLAS-Eurorib-Roof AER 60/0i.

  • Single skin standing seam roof system
  • with or without mineral-fibre insulation
  • Insulation thickness up to max. 80 mm
  • mainly as condensation protection
  • The side joint is mechanically seamed, which provides the best possible reliability

ATLAS-Eurorib-Dach AER 60/30

ATLAS-Eurorib-Roof AER 60/30.

  •  Single skin roof
  •  with mineral-fibre insulation
  •  Insulation thickness from 100 to 120 mm
  •  A 30 mm thermoblock between purlin and panel alleviates cold bridging
  •  A secret fix system
  •  The side joint is mechanically seamed, which provides the best possible reliability

ATLAS-Eurorib-Roof AER 60/60.

As above, but with 60 mm thick thermoblocks and insulation up to 160 mm thick.

 

ATLAS-Eurorib-Dach AER 60/80 -160

 ATLAS-Eurorib-Roof AER 60/80 up to 160.

  • Double skin roof
  • with spacer system between inner and outer skins
  • screwed to purlins
  • Void filled with mineral-fibre insulation 80, 100, 120, 140 and 160 mm
  • 30 mm thick Thermoblock used to avoid cold bridges placed between the purlin and roof panel
  • secret fix system
  • The side joint is mechanically seamed, which provides the best possible reliability

 

 

Atlas-Eurorib-Dach

Dimentions

Atlas-Eurorib-Roof panels are manufactured according to the lengths required by the manufacturing drawings (width approx. 500 mm).

Erection and fixing

The Atlas Eurorib-Roof provides, all typical qualities of a classical standing seam roof system. The U-shaped standing seam roof panels have flat pans and are secretly fixed to the construction at the seams. The side joint is then mechanically seamed, building a 60 mm high standing seam, which provides the best possible reliability. The standing seam principle of having the joint above the level of the water run-off line and the non-exposed fixings ensures a completely watertight roof. Single and Twin skin roof systems are available with insulation up to 160 mm thick. This helps reduce energy consumption and CO²-emissions.

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