The summer is approaching, which means that the typhoon season in Guangdong is also coming. As Guangdong is located in a coastal area, typhoons come one after another. The arrival of the typhoon season is also a severe test for many factories.
Nowadays, the majority of factory roofs are made of steel frame structures, and the roofing materials commonly used are color-coated steel sheets. Many people believe that color-coated steel sheets are sturdy, durable, and resistant to strong winds, making them suitable for dealing with typhoons. However, color-coated steel sheets have a very serious flaw, which is poor corrosion resistance. Due to long-term exposure to the elements such as wind, rain, and sunlight, they are easily corroded and become less sturdy. If they are also hit by a typhoon, the corroded color-coated steel sheets can easily be blown away, with unimaginable consequences.
So someone might ask: if even sturdy color steel plates can’t withstand typhoons, can synthetic resin tiles? My answer is yes. As we have learned from previous episodes, synthetic resin tiles are made from high-weather-resistant engineering resin ASA material and have excellent corrosion resistance. They can withstand long-term corrosion from various chemicals such as acids, alkalis, and salts. Moreover, synthetic resin tiles have good toughness and are not corroded by wind and rain. In addition, their unique installation method, which includes galvanized nails, pressure caps, and waterproof gaskets, allows them to easily withstand severe weather conditions such as typhoons.