ONDULINE is a corrugated roofing sheet. It's reliable and well-known solution for a wide range of applications.
A roof with ONDULINE HR provides you a long lasting watertight protection, acoustic insulation and aesthetic look
Sustainable Roofing System
With its high quality, ONDULINE system meets the international standards related to environment and sustainability.
Quick and Easy to Install
Lightweight and easy to handle on the jobsite. Installation with few tools, a hammer and a band saw or a cutter to cut the sheets. Large range of applications, from individual houses to annexes, carports, garden sheds, from industrial to agricultural buildings.
For new installation or renovation, with only 4 kg/m².
The sound absorbency value is 40 dB on the average. DIN52210
The elasticity of ONDULINE composite material allows it to shrink around each fastener, creating a leak-resistant barrier. Only use ONDULINE fasteners!
Waterproof under all climatic conditions. ONDULINE doesn't rust.
Installation and documentation
Application of ONDULINE HR is easy. The material is highly advantageous by virtue of its comprehensive set of fitting elements suitable for any roof type whether provided with wooden purlins or cover boards, reinforced concrete slabs or steel profiles and whether insulated or not. It can be easily cut as required without any waste. It can be easily applied to any flat or curved surfaces, slightly inclined or vertical roofs.
The cutting of the tiles can be made either manually with a hand cutter or saw, or with an electrical saw.
Ventilation of the roof is crucial
Think at ventilation when designing a roof!
There is always water inside every heated space in houses, factories, barns or poultry houses. Vapor condenses immediately if it comes in contact with cold surface of the building walls. If vapor condenses within building material of the roof construction, it can generate serious problems by causing damages such as blooming and mold on ceiling. Ventilating the roof space prevent condensation and it affects the heat insulation positively as well. In most cases a difference of 10° C can be appreciated between the inside temperature of a non ventilated roof and a ventilated roof with insulation. Furthermore, in regions with cold climate and high precipitation, snow accumulation on ventilated roofs is more homogeneous and excessive pilling on the eaves can be kept under control.
To ensure long life, remove moss and debris. Do not allow leaf debris to build up on the surface of the corrugated roofing sheets, the debris will form leaf would which can soften the material and reduce the effective life of the product.
Check that branches are not in contact with the roof surface as wind generated movement can result in mechanical damage to the surface of the sheets.
Clean all rainwater gutters, down-pipes and gullies regularly ensuring efficient water run-off from the roof.
Maintain a good state of roof elements such as flashing, chimney stacks, etc.
Maintain a good state of the roof and its ventilation.