PVC roof tiles: the king of anti-corrosion among building materials

In recent years, the requirements for material performance in the construction field have become higher and higher, and PVC roof tiles have become one of the most popular building materials with their remarkable anti-corrosion properties.

PVC roof tiles use polyvinyl chloride as the main raw material and are made through advanced production technology. Its remarkable anti-corrosion properties make it widely used in various construction projects. First of all, PVC roof tiles have excellent corrosion resistance and can effectively resist the erosion of chemical substances and harsh environments. This makes it ideal for use in highly corrosive areas such as seaside and chemical plants.

Test data from the National Chemical Testing Center shows that at a purlin spacing of 1.2 meters, when PVC roof tiles are stressed by 1500N, the deflection is only ≤3%. This shows its excellent structural strength under different pressures, providing reliable support for the building. At the same time, PVC roof tiles have also been tested for fire resistance and rated as flame retardant B1, which meets the requirements of fire safety regulations, making them highly trusted in various construction projects.


In addition to anti-corrosion properties and structural strength, PVC roof tiles also perform well in thermal insulation and sound insulation and noise reduction. Its thermal conductivity is 0.22, which is much lower than traditional materials, providing good thermal insulation effect for buildings. At the same time, PVC roof tiles can effectively block noise caused by natural factors such as rainfall and wind, creating a quiet indoor environment for the building.

Generally speaking, PVC roof tiles have become the king of anti-corrosion in the construction field due to their excellent anti-corrosion properties. Its outstanding performance in structural strength, fire resistance, thermal insulation and sound insulation and noise reduction have made it more and more popular in modern buildings, bringing new choices to the construction industry.

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