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Rigisystems Ziplok standing seam profile in a plain mill finish has been used on a new extension at Weydon Lane Primary School in Farnham, Hants.
The Ziplok product was crimp curved along the entire length of the sheets in order to meet the tight radius required, providing a sculptured appearance.
RigiSystems says that Ziplok is increasingly being used on buildings within the education sector, meeting requirements for aesthetics, cost-effectiveness, ease of construction, lifespan and environmental considerations.
Ziplok is a BBA approved, advanced zip-up standing seam system that offers weather resistance and durability. The halter design complements the design of the liner which, says the firm, leaves almost no possibility for error in setting out the roof, allowing for fast and trouble free laying of profiles.

Published: April 2010

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