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Can resin tiles withstand constant high temperature weather?

Can resin tiles withstand constant high temperature weather?

2022-06-23 17:41:21

With the arrival of summer, there are obvious high temperature areas all over the world. Many friends will also worry about whether synthetic resin tiles will soften and collapse in continuous high temperature weather. Today, let's talk about whether resin tiles can resist continuous high temperature exposure?

We ZXC New Material Technology Co., Ltd. is ASA PVC plastic roof tile manufacturer, using The material is Polyvinyl chloride and Calcium powder, the proportion is 1:1.This is the best ratio after many trials.This ratio guarantees the strength and toughness of the product. Even under tough conditions of exposure to UV,high temperature and freezing coldness,it still keeps stable.

So, what is the reason for the softening and collapse of the resin tile roof?

1. The quality of the tile is not enough: There are many cheap and low-quality resin tiles on the market. Because of the use of recycled materials and other inferior materials for production, the strength and toughness of the products are not up to standard, so many plasticizers are added to make the resin tiles very flexible. But after the sun and rain, it will collapse or be brittle or even brittle (plasticizing powder belongs to plastic). Authentic high-quality resin tiles have both toughness and strength, and will not collapse or even become brittle.

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2. Failure to use the correct installation method causes the roof to collapse, install the purlins or the purlin spacing is too large, resulting in irregular deflections after the keel is deformed. Therefore, when installing resin tiles, you should pay attention to the distance between the purlins, and try to control the distance between the purlins within 660mm, so as to prevent the roof from collapsing if the distance between the purlins is too large.