Coatings of titanium-zinc

One of the ‘injustice’ metal in our country, in the presence of more than a century in Central and Northern Europe, is the titanium-zinc (zinc). Thanks to the formative nature and the remarkable strength of the reputation of zinc as a reserve for the purpose in most hardware overlay external, and internal surfaces is gradually spreading and the manufacturing landscape of our country.

With a specific gravity less copper and iron, titanium-zinc (zinc) belongs to soft metals and therefore can take any shape and form of business machines and by hand or by hitting the hammer. This, coupled with its strength, allowing installation on roofs and exterior, and interior surfaces, ceilings and walls.

The zinc is widely cited material in Central and Northern Europe, mostly as material for external coating and masonry, and interior, where imagination and ideas of architects and interior decorators. Greece has come the past, began cautiously indeed, but because of the neutral gray color and the particular texture led the architects to use it initially for the roofs and then to other coatings. ”

Titanium-zinc, a natural material with a long architectural aesthetics.

All products offered on the one as “pure tin” and the other as “patinated tin” with a characteristic appearance gkrizogalazia material acquired the patina of advance polykairias.

The leaves and strips of titanium-zinc ensure high quality appearance and multi-processing capabilities facades and roofing.

The films and sheets of titanium-zinc alloy produced by melting pure electrolytic zinc (purity 99.995%), with rates of copper and titanium.

The raw material is melted, poured and laminate in a single work phase and rolled.

Ecologically safe with a recycling rate over 90%.

The products are certified “QUALITY ZINK” by DIN EN ISO 9001.
Require no maintenance or cleaning and maintaining these benefits for many years.

Physical Properties
  • Specific weight: 7,18 gr / cm ³
  • Thermal expansion: 0,022 mm / m ° C
  • Melting temperature: 418 ° C
  • Weight (thickness 0,7 mm): 5,04 kg / m²
  • Thermal Conductivity: 113W / (m.k)
  • Natural ZINC, original pale gray metallic gloss and after 6 months to 2 years gray matte.
  • Pre-oxidized ZINC (working patina) gray matte.
  • Painted with polyester paint coating on request
Attitude to erosion
Type of site Shelf Life
Rural areas
Urban areas
Industrial areas
Coastal regions
At least 90 – 100 years
At least 40 – 60 years
At least 30 – 40 years
At least 40 – 70 years
ZINC as material Architectural features
Water Tightness
Resistance to sunlight
Response to atmospheric pollutants
Small compared with other metals, coefficient of linear expansion
Lightness of construction
Long life
Colour and evolutionary age
Consistent treatment and housing investment
Possibility of non-standard forms
Harmony with the environment