Features Humanit fibre-cement corrugated sheet
The Humanit fibre-cement corrugated sheets breathe. The corrugated sheets are waterproof but vapour-permeable thanks to a porous structure. This regulates moisture through water absorption and the distribution of water vapour. The natural capacity for moisture absorption reduces the risk of condensation to the absolute minimum.
The moisture-regulating capability thus ensures that your roof breathes and the underlying construction and any insulation remain dry, which guarantees a healthy indoor climate for both humans and animals.
As there is no metal in Humanit corrugated sheets, they are stainless. This is in contrast to steel sheets which, in the longer term, could rust in places where the protective layer has been damaged or perforated.
High load capacity
The Humanit fibre-cement corrugated sheets owe their flexural strength to high-grade PVA reinforcement fibres. Furthermore, there are polypropylene safety strips present in every wave at roughly the middle of the material thickness to keep the corrugated sheet together, even after breaking through a heavy impact. Because of this reinforcement, the risk of sagging is greatly reduced. Obviously, it is important that the work is carried out in accordance with the official safety regulations and requirements.
Meets the German “Zulassung” requirements
Humanit corrugated sheets have an ‘Allgemeine bauaufsichtliche Zulassung’ (General technical approval) from the Deutsches Institut für Bautechnik (German Institute for Building Technology). This means that Humanit meets all stringent German requirements and may be used in Germany for roofing and wall covering
Insured warranty of 10 years
Unique in the Benelux, the Humanit corrugated sheets have an insured warranty of 10 years. This extended warranty is provided by the manufacturer and is insured with Allianz, the largest insurance company of Europe, in order to give you full assurance of compliance.
Contrary to many other manufacturers that only reimburse the redelivery of new materials, Humanit reimburses any damage in terms of the warranty by paying the costs of dismantling, redelivery and installation of new equipment and the required materials, as well as the removal and dumping of the damaged material, as described in the warranty certificate.