The use of Chromadek coils, manufactured by Arcelor Mittal in South Africa for the majority of its roofing (Arcelor Mittal is the largest producer of steel globally).
Tiles, IBR, wide-span IBR and corrugation are all available in extra wide versions.
Using wider tiles and sheets saves money on materials, the structure and the fixing costs. Also the roof looks better and is significantly less prone to leaks and rust.
ClassEcon profiles (except thin gauge 'Malata') come with an anti-capillary kink to stop the seepage of water between the overlapping sheets by capillary action of water. This prevents minor leaks even in heavy weather conditions. This makes the ClassEcon roof the most compact and the most weather resistant roof on the market.
ClassEcon Roofing source their steel and raw materials from highly reputable global steel companies, mainly from Arcelor Mittal, South Africa.
ClassEcon Roofing Africa is committed to making quality roofing more affordable for consumers. They have a full range of roofing profiles to suit all types of applications. ClassEcon offer quality steel products from South African sources to the rapidly expanding construction industry in Zambia. They are happy to deal with large or small projects. The wide selection of roofing profiles are available in various thicknesses, ranging from 0.25mm to 0.80mm, both in galvanised and pre-painted steel.