The economic benefits of the roof tile industry are constantly improving, and the development trend of the overall industry is still very clear. In the face of the increase of reconstructed roofs and the introduction of new materials, the popularity of antique metal roof tiles in the industry is increasing, The decorative effect of the roof is also constantly improved and innovated. It has good aesthetics and practicability. It plays an important role in the construction industry.
With the improvement and development of social productivity and the advent of the era of speed and output, the inheritance of tile culture seems to be stagnant in the face of the falling off of buildings with a sense of age and the decline of architectural appearance beauty, lack of personality and characteristics. In order to regain the historical memory of the building and inherit the broad roof tile culture, in recent years, the metal roof tile has also been making continuous progress in the construction industry, showing its advantages and characteristics, not only using modern advanced technology to promote the development of the roof tile industry. Moreover, facing the development of the trend, the metal tile has the face of a new era.
With the development of production technology, building material products have also changed with each passing day. Many building materials can improve their performance through combination.
Antique metal tiles are particularly excellent in this regard. Antique metal tiles are widely used in hospitals, antique monuments, museums, hotels, villas, temples and other public places. In these public places. In these places, there are strict requirements for the fire resistance of decorative materials.
The material of antique metal tile is mainly composed of aluminum and copper plate. Aluminum and copper plates are formed by bending sheet metal, and there is no pungent smell. Moreover, aluminum and copper plates have high fire resistance and can resist the high temperature of about 800 ° C. In this way, the fire protection performance of most buildings can be met. If there are special needs, some rock wool and other fire-proof materials can be added behind aluminum and copper plates to further improve the fire protection performance of antique metal tiles, which can reach A2 fire rating. This fully meets the fire rating of antique metal tiles when used in public places.