Angled Standing Seam
- An elegant and eyecatching design, also over large areas
- Tapering, concave and convex designs possible
- For roof pitches from 25° (35° in regions with heavy snowfall)
- Striking segmentation effect with seam width of approx. 12 mm
- Simple, efficient installation
- Rainproof longitudinally seamed jointsUse of pre-profiled panels
RHEINZINK-Angled Standing Seam
The angled standing seam is a relatively new development in the field of traditional sheet metal technology: it was not mentioned in technical literature until the beginning of the 20th century. It is the norm for roofs with a pitch of min. 25° or 35° in regions with heavy snowfall. Closing the seams is simple, compared with the double standing seam, facilitating temperature-related linear expansion, allowing it to take place without stress. The result is a surface with reduced wave formation.
The angled standing seam is a popular choice in visible areas of metal roofing where the roof pitch is greater, e.g. parapets, fascias and mansard roofs, whether running in the traditional vertical direction, diagonally or horizontally. Although it looks wider than the double standing seam, the angled standing seam is an eyecatching feature even over large areas of roofing.