Stramit launches SharpLine® Architectural Cladding

Stramit SharpLine® Architectural Cladding

Stramit's SharpLine® cladding is a visually striking profile, combining tall, sharp ribs with flat pans, and options to allow for complete design flexibility.

As an innovative standing seam profile and part of the Stramit Architectural Range, SharpLine® cladding will give you a stunning textured appearance and contemporary styling for years to come.

SharpLine® cladding is a modern solution, with the versatility to either stand out or effortlessly integrate with other materials.

The wide variety of cover widths and differing rib heights allows designers to create texture using shadow and light. Available with both direct fix or clip fix fastening options, SharpLine® Architectural cladding can be used in both roofing and walling applications.

Stramit has thoroughly tested to the latest National Construction Code standards, with testing data now available. 

SharpLine® Architectural cladding is available in a range of colours and finishes, including COLORBOND® steel, COLORBOND® steel Matt, COLORBOND® Ultra steel and ZINCALUME® steel.

Produced in NSW, QLD and Victoria, SharpLine® Architectural cladding is available nationally from Stramit.

For further information and to download resources on STEEL SELECT®, please visit the SharpLine® Architectural cladding product page.


Source: Stramit media release April 2020
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