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Environment and recyclability

  • Stainless steel is a « green material » par excellence and is infinitely recyclable and recycled. Within the construction sector, its actual recovery rate is close to 100%.
  • It is unchangeable and totally inert with regard to the environment : in contact with elements such as water, it does not release compounds which could modify the composition.
  • Stainless steel’s longevity fulfils the requirements of sustainable construction.

Economic performance

  • Cost levels of stainless steel transformation are comparable with other metals traditionally used.
  • The cost of stainless steel roofing enables an excellent quality versus price ratio to be achieved in construction.
  • Choosing stainless steel offers a long-term guarantee.


  • Stainless steel is corrosion resistant, thanks to its passive layer, which allows its use in various atmospheric environments, even the most severe.
  • Stainless steel has a high strength resistance and an excellent resistance to thermal shock.
  • Stainless steel is ranked A2s1d0 for fire resistance with no toxic fume emissivity.
  • No embrittlement of stainless steel in very cold weather.


  • On site machinery used for implementation of stainless steel is the same as for other materials.
  • Stainless steel solders easily.
  • Stainless steel can be worked in winter temperatures, which allows a longer laying period.


  • Stainless steel is suited to all styles of roofing (batten rolls, standing seams, self-supporting trays), both new build and renovation projects.
  • It allows architectural creation, design and the realisation of complex shapes.
  • It combines easily with other materials (glass, wood, concrete…).
  • A low thermal expansion coefficient allows the manufacture of continuous lengths of up to 20m in a single run.



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