KAWA R700 Clip Fixing

KAWA R760 WALL CLADDING

RIDGE CAPPING (OPTIONAL NOTCHING)

FLASHING

ROOF PURLIN

WM15 FIXING CLIP

KAWA R700 ROOF SHEET

A new concealed Clip Fixing Roof Profile with improved fastening.

KAWA R760 WALL CLADDING

RIDGE CAPPING (OPTIONAL NOTCHING)

FLASHING

ROOF PURLIN

WM15 FIXING CLIP

KAWA R700 ROOF SHEET

A new concealed Clip Fixing Roof Profile with improved fastening.

Installation Method

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  • All four ribs of the roof sheet are fully anchored by the design registered WM15 clips for a much improved and secured fastening.
  • Less appearance of unevenness when installed with insulation wool.
  • Economical, quick and easy to install.
  • Capable of being used as a roof panel on a 1˚ roof slope.
  • Available in convex crimped curved designs.

  • All four ribs of the roof sheet are fully anchored by the design registered WM15 clips for a much improved and secured fastening.
  • Less appearance of unevenness when installed with insulation wool.
  • Economical, quick and easy to install.
  • Capable of being used as a roof panel on a 1˚ roof slope.
  • Available in convex crimped curved designs.

Roof Pitch

Owing to its unique high rib design, the KAWA R700 can be installed on a roof pitch as low as 1˚. However, it is recommended that a roof pitch of 2˚ be considered during designing to avoid silt accumulation due to reduced water velocity and possible ponding as a result of uneven purlins.

End Laps

Owing to its unique high rib design, the KAWA R700 can be installed on a roof pitch as low as 1˚. However, it is recommended that a roof pitch of 2˚ be considered during designing to avoid silt accumulation due to reduced water velocity and possible ponding as a result of uneven purlins.

Stop Ending & Lipping

Stop ending sheets prevent water from entering the building through the
flashing or capping. It is done using a turn-up tool, turning up the tray between crests at the end of the sheet. Lipping is a process whereby a turn-down tool is used to turn down the tray between crests at the end of the sheet. Both these operations can be carried out before or after installation of the sheets.

KAWA R700 Accessories

Roof Pitch

Owing to its unique high rib design, the KAWA R700 can be installed on a roof pitch as low as 1˚. However, it is recommended that a roof pitch of 2˚ be considered during designing to avoid silt accumulation due to reduced water velocity and possible ponding as a result of uneven purlins.

End Laps

Owing to its unique high rib design, the KAWA R700 can be installed on a roof pitch as low as 1˚. However, it is recommended that a roof pitch of 2˚ be considered during designing to avoid silt accumulation due to reduced water velocity and possible ponding as a result of uneven purlins.

Stop Ending & Lipping

Stop ending sheets prevent water from entering the building through the
flashing or capping. It is done using a turn-up tool, turning up the tray between crests at the end of the sheet. Lipping is a process whereby a turn-down tool is used to turn down the tray between crests at the end of the sheet. Both these operations can be carried out before or after installation of the sheets.

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