Colorbond® Steel Roof
Adapting to the demands of the building industry, COLORBOND® steel has changed a great deal since it was first manufactured in Port Kembla, Australia in 1966.
Not only has the colour range evolved, so too has the technology involved in COLORBOND® steel’s production. Activate® technology was introduced in 2013 and BlueScope holds numerous patents on the technology, both in Australia and around the world. No wonder we’re now seeing COLORBOND® steel being used on roofs for anything from homes all around Australia, to large commercial buildings like the Adelaide Velodrome and the Margaret Court Arena.
To be sure you are getting genuine COLORBOND® steel from BlueScope, make sure you ask for it by name, and check for the brand mark on the material.
- Tested in Australian conditions
Colorbond® steel undergoes corrosion testing, durability testing, application testing and outdoor exposure testing.
- Sustainability and Thermal Efficiency
Colorbond® steel is durable and resilient to Australia's harsh climate and its long life helps conserve resources and energy that may otherwise be invested in products with a shorter life span.
- Five Layers of Protection
Colorbond® steel Five Layers of Protection. Manufactured in Australia to Australian Standards (AS1397 and AS/NZS 2728) and tested in some of the harshest Australian conditions.
- Easy to Maintain
Simple maintenance of Colorbond® steel by regular washing with clean, fresh water will not only prolong its life but also maintain its attractiveness for longer periods thus protecting your asset.
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