Tata Steel cladding systems for Jaffabox Ltd

Tata Steel cladding systems for Jaffabox Ltd

A new 40,000 sq. ft. multi-million pound factory extension for cardboard box manufacturers Jaffabox Ltd in Bickenhill, Birmingham features over 5000m2 of Trisomet® 333 System insulated roof panels and over 1000m2 of Trimapanel® System architectural wall panels, both in Colorcoat HPS200 Ultra® in Goosewing Grey.

The extension features a complete building envelope solution by Tata Steel, installed by Multi-Fab Construction Ltd, who acted as main contractor and were also responsible for structural steelwork on the project.

Featuring a straightforward side-lapping detail, the Trisomet® 333 System affords faster installation and a broad-pan trapezoidal pre-finished steel external profile, providing optimised water drainage, strength and walkability.

Its autohesively-bonded polyisocyanurate (PIR) insulation uses the latest foam technology, providing exceptional thermal performance from a relatively shallow foam core, enhanced environmental benefits, together with fire performance approved by the Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB).

Trimapanel® System achieves the very highest levels of flatness, thermal and environmental performance, airtightness and structural capabilities.

Entirely manufactured in the UK using Colorcoat® pre-finished steel, Trimapanel® System provides the ultimate package of durability, fire performance, superior aesthetics, design flexibility and outstanding environmental credentials.

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Tata Steel - Building Envelope

Tata Steel - Building Envelope

Tata Steel have extensive panel and profiling manufacturing capabilities. The company is able to offer a comprehensive range of insulated panels, built-up systems, façades, structural roof and floor decking profiles, with the support and backing of a...
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