Ribline is a popular choice for residential roofing, farm buildings and light industrial applications, making this low rib profile an alternative to Corrugate. Ribline is warranted for coating performance*, corrosion resistance and substrate integrity. Ribline is an attractive and cost effective profile for most roofing and cladding applications.
Our Ribline profile is available in a wide selection of materials with Alsynite topglass available to match.
Taranaki Steelformers have recently introduced Ribline Smooth to their product line. Ribline Smooth is an attractive wall cladding alternative, being run without swages brings a smooth, continuous finish to each tray.
EFFECTIVE COVER 760MM
OVERALL WIDTH 810MM
RIB HEIGHT 22MM
RIB TO RIB 152MM
PAN WIDTH 102MM
All profile dimensions are nominal
Suitable for residential, commercial and industrial roofing, cladding and internal lining applications
Available in 0.40mm (G550) and 0.55mm BMT (G550/G300) ZINCALUME®, GALVSTEEL®, COLORSTEEL® ENDURA® AND MAXX®, COLORSTEEL® DRIDEX® and DRIDEX®+, Mill finish 0.9mm aluminium, ColorCote® AlumiGard (available on request, conditions apply)
In accordance with Acceptable Solution E2, the minimum roof pitch for Steelformers Ribline is 5°
Rollformed in our Stratford factory
Sheet lengths are custom run to order
Bull nose options are available through our Stratford factory
Fastenings & Fixings
It is important to select the correct fasteners for your application. The fasteners must be class 5 minimum, their durability is at least equal to the durability of the material and all screws have a neoprene washer and in some cases a load-spreading washer and EPDM.
The NZMRM Code of Practice provides information on selection, fixing methods and patterns according to wind zones.
The following chart shows the maximum permissible purlin spacing (span) for Ribline G550 (under 1km concentrated load).
These should be reduced in high foot traffic areas, areas supporting items such as air conditioning units or positioned to suit specific locations e.g. high wind zones.