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Coim Spa of Italy is offering a complete roofing system with its Cesarea 2000 range of opaque laminates.

A totally functional product, Cesarea 2000 is made of reinforced glassfibre with special additives and has its outer surface protected by a coating of special polyester film.

Cesarea 2000 was conceived by experts at Coim's analytical and research laboratories to provide a product suitable for use in highly aggressive environments while offering a long working life, says a company statement.

"The opaque sheeting exhibits special properties such as high impact strength at high and low temperatures ranging from -30 deg C to +150 deg C, good environmental and weather resistance (UV rays and chemical agents) and good fire resistance," says the statement. "It is rot-proof and has a low coefficient of expansion."

The company says the product offers many advantages including easy assembly, light weight (approximately 4.2 kg/sq m), easily adaptable to existing structures and can reclaimed after disassembly, non-toxic and non-deformable.

Cesarea is suitable for roofing industrial, farm and aviculture buildings thanks to its features such as low heat and noise transmission and corrosion resistance.

The company says the maximum load bearing capacity of Cesarea 2000 sheeting is 1,000 kg/sq m uniformly distributed with supports at 1 m centres.

"Cesarea 2000 is designed, tested and distributed with B2 certification according to DIN 4102 Part I and Bedachung DIN 4102 Part 7," says the statement.

It is available in different profiles - corrugated and troughed - and in different shades of colour and comes with a set of original accessories designed for easy assembly and reliable fixing of sheeting.

Coim also offers the Lariver translucent laminate made with fibreglass reinforced polyester resins. It is light yet robust and highly resistant to loads, says the company. "Lariver is a product that can satisfy varied architectural requirements and is ideal for covering, roofing, cladding, windows, greenhouses and tunnels," says a company statement.

The translucent laminates are produced in rolls or a vast range of sheets with various corrugation shapes to achieve the best possible aesthetic results, it says.