The steel tile

Feroof

With more than 40 years of experience, Feroof manufactures quality tiles, high durability and elegant design.

We are honored to be their exclusive representative on the European territory.

Feroof

Composition

Our tiles are made from heated acrylic polymers, flame retardant materials, anti-rust materials and natural stone particles (the highest quality volcanic stone in Italy) on a surface treated galvalum steel sheet, which is 5 times more resistant to corrosion and heat.

Characteristics

  • Heat insulation
    Due to the combined effect of steel plate and natural stone, it is effective to suppress temperature rise in summer.
  • Wind resistance
    It is also resistant against hurricanes, hail or heavy rain.
  • Shockproof
    There is no risk of collapse due to roof in case of earthquake.
  • No snowfall
    The tiled shape is made of irregularities and the surface is made of natural stone particles so that snow accumulated on the roof in winter does not spill.
  • Easy to install
    Due to the surface coated with natural stone there is no slippage. It is easy to install, which significantly reduces installation time.
  • Economics
    Installation can be performed without removing various roofing materials from the existing building.
  • Non-flammable
    In case of fire it does not spread.
  • Soundproof
    In the case of metal tiles with natural stone, the small natural stone particles on the surface absorb and spread the rain sound, so there is almost no noise.
  • Light weight
    Its light weight minimizes the construction load.
  • Durable
    It consists of several layers of galvanized steel coatings which makes it resistant to corrosion.
  • Eco-friendliness
    It can be recycled, reducing waste disposal costs.

History

According to legend, the first use of metal tiles dates back to the construction of the Jerusalem synagogue, around 970 BC. JC.
Subsequently, other great historical monuments benefited from this technique: the Parthenon (5th century BC) or the Notre Dame cathedral in the 12th century.

It was not until American independence that steel tiles from Europe crossed the Atlantic.
At the start of the 20th century, zinc was added to steel to prevent corrosion.