Saying goodbye to unbearable high temperatures, PVC roofing tiles effortlessly lower the temperature of the factory building to a comfortable range.

With the development of industry, environmental pollution is becoming increasingly severe, disasters such as acid rain and hail occur frequently, and global temperatures continue to rise. When constructing buildings, people are increasingly in need of roofing materials that can resist corrosion, provide sound insulation, and insulation.

The roof is the most vulnerable to acid rain erosion, and metal iron roofing tiles are prone to corrosion and have poor insulation and soundproofing effects. However, PVC tiles are an excellent choice as a roofing material that can resist corrosion, provide sound insulation, and insulation.

PVC tiles are made of polyvinyl chloride resin and have excellent corrosion resistance. After soaking in 60% or less salt, alkali, and acid for 24 hours, no chemical reaction will occur, and they can withstand long-term corrosion from chemicals such as acid, alkali, and salt.


PVC hollow tiles feature a leak-proof groove design, excellent waterproofing, good rigidity, and increased bending resistance. They utilize a hollow structure for sound insulation, and the internal air circulation insulation principle achieves good insulation effects.


The outstanding characteristics of PVC tiles include their corrosion resistance, insulation, soundproofing, and high-end appearance. This material is highly suitable for various types of factory use, creating a good production environment for factories, and is cost-effective. Therefore, many factory owners prefer to use PVC tiles. Additionally, due to its unique corrosion resistance, it is particularly suitable for acid rain-prone areas, corrosive factories, and coastal regions.

Furthermore, PVC tiles can be customized according to your needs and preferences to meet different color and size requirements. They can be used for large-span portal steel roofs and walls, meeting the corrosion resistance, insulation, and soundproofing requirements of light steel structure factories, while saving steel, reducing material and installation costs, making it a win-win solution!

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