Roofing Iron

Roofing Iron

 

sheets of soft carbon steel (thickness 0.25-2.0 mm), intended primarily for building roofs, and also for the manufacture of metal containers and consumer products. It is usually made by hot rolling in sheet mills or by cold rolling in narrow strip mills with subsequent annealing to increase plasticity. Roofing iron is often coated with a thin layer of zinc (zinc-plated, or galvanized, roofing iron) for protection against corrosion. Some roofing iron is manufactured in the form of corrugated sheets.

References in periodicals archive ?
Strong winds can pick up even large items such as outdoor furniture, trampolines and roofing iron that could potentially damage windows, roofs and cars.
It s important to clear your yard or tie down loose items like roofing iron and outdoor furniture which can become dangerous missiles and pose a threat to powerlines and people in strong winds, he said.
The medium terms considered, include the permanent relocation of people in high risk areas, who are willing to be relocated to higher grounds through the provision of incentives such as roofing iron sheets as well as clean water for areas where water might be needed and targeted temporal suspension of school development fund payments by poor households in flood affected areas," Kaapanda explained.
In the recent case Horton v Fonterra Cooperative Group Limited an employee was dismissed for unauthorised possession of roofing iron.