Accessories for roofing / cladding
• plain and profiled
• Plain and colour coated
• GI – as per IS 513:1994
• GL – as per IS ASTM A653/A 653M - 02
• AL – as per grade 3105 / 8011 Coating
• Zn coating as per IS 277-1992
• Zn/Al coating as per ASTM A653/A 653M - 02
• Organic coating as per guidance of IS 14246:1995 Test methodologies for finished products
• IS 14246:1995 Supply of Material
• IS 8910:1978
Cross sectional view
Salient Points » Multiple layers of protection ensures very high service Life ( almost 4 times normal GI sheets in similar conditions) » Colourful top coating ensures very high aesthetic apeal » Optional Guard film ensures protection during handling/ forming. » Service back coat in greys for better light dispersion and for soothing effect on eyes.
Standard colours available
RMP / SMP: RAL1013 / RAL1014 /RAL1015
RAL1019 /RAL5012 /RAL6021 /RAL7004
Most common shades are 9002 / 5012 /6002 / 3001 / appliance white.
Salient features of our profile
» Best balance between coverage and strength
(1000mm covered width, highest Ixx in the category)
» High ribbed profile for better support on longer spans
» 32mm trapezoidal crest for adequate drainage and aesthetic appeal
» Hexagonal trapezoid for best load distribution
» Anti capillary groove to ensure zero leakage as a result of capillary action
» Scientific design for usage in high wind load areas also
» Suitable for Roofing/ Cladding/ Barricading and other applications
Sectional Properties of profile
Right Product for right Applications
» Choose correct material / thickness/profile /coating for all application
» Thickness : 0.5mm TCT for general use, for long spans, use higher thickness
» Manaksia 1000 Profile suited to handle most applications , only under very special requirement of very high wind loads( severe cyclone areas only) we recommend higher corrugation profiles
» Where interlocking formation is needed we recommend softer material
like normal PPGI / PPAL
Dos of fixing
» Do check the delivery to make sure you have the
right product, delivered in prime condition.
» Do arrange for suitable dry storage if the
material is not going to be used immediately.
» Do ensure the appropriate fasteners are
selected for the environment.
» Do cut with shears or snips.
» Do remove swarf from the job as the work
progresses, or at least at the end of each day.
» Do wear clean, flat, rubber-soled footwear.
» Do lift sheets onto the job, rather than
» Strictly avoid surface abrasion by walking / rubbing/dragging/etc over the coated area .
It will damage the coatings.