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Weather Resistant Engineering Resin roofing sheet tile (ASA)

Weather Resistant Engineering Resin roofing sheet tile (ASA)

2019-05-02 09:52:54

Ultra Weather Resistant Engineering Resin (ASA)

When we talk about Japan, many people think of Fuji mountain,Cherry blossoms, and the unique architecture of Japan.In the past, most of the tiles of the distinctive buildings in Japan were made of glazed tiles, but emerge with the advent of the Resistant Engineering Resin (ASA),we rarely saw damage and collapse of Japanese buildings in the reports and videos of the Great Earthquake in Japan. The structure takes full account of the impact of earthquakes and greatly enhances its toughness to reduce rigidity. The widespread use of Ultra Weather Resistant Engineering Resin (ASA) in construction is also one of the main reasons.Japan is the largest producer and user of weatherable engineering resins (ASA), and is the largest exporter. Since Japan is located in earthquake-prone areas, it pays special attention to the use of new materials in buildings.High Weather Resistant Resin (ASA) has exceptional durability in natural environments. It can maintain its color and physical stability even under long-term exposure to harsh environments such as ultraviolet light, strong light, moisture, cold and heat.The experimental test proved that the synthetic resin tile made can ensure that the △E value is less than 5 in fifteen years.

Synthetic resin tile has passed the artificial aging test for 10,000 hours at the National Chemical Building Material Testing Center. The test result is △E=3.86. (According to the amount of solar radiation and the annual sunshine hours, the 10,000-hour test is equivalent to 28 years of natural use).

Synthetic resin tile is a lightweight structural material with a weight of (6.0 ± 0.2) kg/m2. It effectively reduces the load on the building, improves safety, and reduces the risk of human life and property being threatened by the collapse of the house during the earthquake.