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  Corrugated galvanised iron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Corrugated galvanised iron roofing in Mount Lawley, Western Australia.
The sheets are usually galvanised to prevent the iron from rusting.
Galvanised sheets with simple corrugations are also being gradually displaced by 55%Al-Zn coated steel (GALVALUME® steel) or coil-painted sheets with complex profiles.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Corrugated_galvanised_iron   (481 words)

  
 Technical notes: Using traditional products: galvanised roof coverings   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Galvanising is the process of applying a coating of zinc to a surface of iron or steel to provide a corrosion resistant surface.
Corrugated wrought iron, in almost the same form as found today, was imported into Australia from the late 1840's.
This iron has a 125mm (5") pitch (the width of the corrugation) and is of a heavier gauge (thickness) than its modern counterpart.
www.heritage.vic.gov.au /page.asp?ID=182   (543 words)

  
 Iron and steel - Corrugated iron - Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand
It is technically light steel sheet that has been galvanised (treated with a coating of zinc on both sides) to prevent rusting, then rolled into corrugations at either 3 or 5 inches (76 or 127 millimetres).
Corrugated iron was widely used in rural areas as a general-purpose building material.
From the early 20th century onwards corrugated iron was mainly used as a roofing material, traditionally painted red or green.
www.teara.govt.nz /EarthSeaAndSky/MineralResources/IronAndSteel/5/en   (511 words)

  
 Technical notes: Why any old gal iron won't do   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The ‘gal iron’ that became such an important part of the Australian vernacular is in fact galvanised corrugated steel.
The appearance and weathering patterns of corrugated galvanised sheets are closely related to their method of manufacture.
Pitched roofs on which galvanised corrugated iron are fixed are typically very visible as they contribute to the picturesque skyline and consist of a very large proportion of the total external cladding of a structure.
www.heritage.vic.gov.au /page.asp?ID=183   (2389 words)

  
 Corrugated galvanised iron (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.umd.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Corrugated galvanised iron, commonly abbreviated CGI, is a building material composed of sheets of hot-dip galvanised mild steel cold-rolled to have a linear corrugated pattern in them.
For roofing purposes, the sheets are laid somewhat like tiles, with a lateral overlap of two or three corrugations, and a vertical overlap of about 150 mm, to provide for waterproofing.
Galvanised sheets with simple corrugations are also being gradually displaced by zincalume or powder-coated sheets with complex profiles.
corrugated-galvanised-iron.iqnaut.net.cob-web.org:8888   (369 words)

  
 Timber Building in Australia
Light purlins, nailed directly to the portal rafter, supported the corrugated fibre cement roof sheet, while infill wall panels between the portal columns supported the weather board lining to the bottom half of the external wall and asbestos sheeting to the top half (see figure 8).
Corrugated galvanised iron had become rare for all types of building by 1943 so painted or fl corrugated iron was used for walling.
Corrugated fibre cement roof sheet was widely used instead of galvanised iron.
oak.arch.utas.edu.au /projects/retro/war/rwar.asp   (5331 words)

  
 Corrugated galvanised iron   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This is a summary of an article on Corrugated galvanised iron.
The corrugations are described in terms of pitch (the distance between two crests) and depth (the height from the top of a crest to the bottom of a trough).
By eliminating a frame, nails and their holes are also eliminated, so that the corrugated iron remains waterproof.
wiki-shorts.freestat.pl /13-1209-Corrugated_galvanised_iron.html   (383 words)

  
 Minor repairs: metal roofing - EPA/QPWS
Corrugated galvanised iron is the most common metal roof cladding found on earlier buildings in Queensland.
Corrugated iron and steel have been widely used throughout Australia, proving to be strong, durable, relatively light and easily transported.
Galvanised or zinc-coated steel is still manufactured in Australia and is available in a range of thicknesses and strengths, and in several different weights (thicknesses) of zinc coating.
www.epa.qld.gov.au /cultural_heritage/owning_a_heritage_place/general_exemptions/g1__maintenance_and_minor_repair/minor_repairs_guidelines/minor_repairs_metal_roofing   (1999 words)

  
 Storm Damage & the Philosphy of Repair - National Trust Guide
Corrugated galvanised iron is one of the most widely used roofing materials in Australia.
Galvanised iron acquires a significant patina as it ages, and has the ability to be readily shaped and repaired.
Cast iron half round and ogee pattern gutters were probably the first used, with later lead, copper, timber and box and secret gutters being used in later years.
www.nsw.nationaltrust.org.au /stormdamage.html   (1962 words)

  
 Hot-dip galvanizing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.umd.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
It is the process of coating iron or steel with a thin zinc layer, by passing the steel through a molten bath of zinc at a temperature of around 460 °C. Zinc "rusts" to form zinc oxide, a fairly strong material that stops further rust, protecting the steel below from the elements.
Hot-dip galvanized steel strip (also sometimes loosely referred to as galvanized iron) is extensively used for applications requiring the strength of steel and resistance to corrosion.
Individual metal articles, such as steel girders or wrought iron gates, can be hot-dip galvanized by a process called batch galvanizing.
search.com.com.cob-web.org:8888 /reference/galvanised_steel   (336 words)

  
 Heritage: Daly Waters Aviation Complex - NRETA - NT Government - Australia
The Hangar is a large corrugated iron structure built in 1930 and measures about 19m square and 7.2m high, with an annexe (3.7m x 8.1m) located on the eastern corner.
The roof is of corrugated galvanised iron sheeting secured to a timber frame.
The store is a steel framed, corrugated galvanised steel clad structure which dates to the same period as the Hangar.
www.nt.gov.au /nreta/heritage/ntregister/declared/display.html?dwac   (465 words)

  
 Galvanization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This remains a useful and broadly applied technology, but the term "galvanization" has largely come to be associated with zinc coatings, to the exclusion of other metals.
In current use, it typically means hot-dip galvanizing, a chemical process that is used to coat steel or iron with zinc.
Zinc oxide is a fine white dust that (in contrast to iron oxide) does not cause a breakdown of the substrate's surface integrity as it is formed.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Galvanised   (628 words)

  
 Townsville Heritage Information Kit - Townsville City Council
The stump and its galvanised iron ant cap formed an effective deterrent to termites and ensured dry conditions within the house during flooding and tropical downpours.
Roofs were originally sheeted using short lengths of corrugated galvanised iron, which were lapped down the roof and fixed with lead head galvanised nails.
Downpipes are 3 inch round pipes formed out of galvanised iron with a folded seam on the outside placed closest to the wall or post to which they are fixed using strap brackets.
www.townsville.qld.gov.au /heritage/guide6.asp   (2601 words)

  
 Paul Dadson enthuses
The use of corrugated iron for roofing of railway stations was common place in the 19th century, but there are also many individual railway buildings clad in corrugated iron.
The improvised use of corrugated iron as a temporary expedient has discredited its aesthetic value and its undeniable importance in 19th century building history.
The disturbing thing is that the good examples of corrugated iron buildings are still being lost along with the inconsequential and there seems to be a lack of appreciation and discernment of what is worthy of conservation and what is not.
www.ihbc.org.uk /context_archive/44/Corriron_dir/Corriron_2.htm   (704 words)

  
 National Trust Student Architectural Ideas Competition 2002
The roof is sheeted in corrugated iron and is hipped in form with gables above the bay windows.
The iron clad pole frame vehicle shed is an addition to the weatherboard timber stud framed stables section.
This is a rough iron and timber skillion structure.
www.nsw.nationaltrust.org.au /saumcompstatement.html   (3761 words)

  
 Corrugated Longrun Roofing & Corrugated Metals from NS Irwin Ltd   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Corrugated Longrun Roofing & Corrugated Metals from NS Irwin Ltd
We manufacture Corrugated Steel from Galvanised and Zincalume/Duralume coil in 5 different widths - Colorsteel, Copper, Stainless Steel and Aluminium.
The shape is a continual reversing curve, without a straight section between curves.
www.irwin.co.nz /corrugatedsteel.htm   (52 words)

  
 Rothbury Colliery
The boilers were housed by an open type structure, mainly a long hip style corrugated galvanised iron roof running east-west, supported on timber framed poles.
Later, on 12th October 1923, a galvanised corrugated iron roofed stable and a corrugated galvanised shed were constructed in what was known as the "horse paddock".
Nearby the stables, a timber framed building, clad and roofed with corrugated galvanised iron was utilised as the feed shed.
amol.org.au /newcastle/greta/roth.html   (16420 words)

  
 Gordon Langford - Bowden (St. Thomas, )
Walls of concrete nog, roof of corrugated galvanised zinc sheeting on wooden sarking with floors of cement tiles.
Walls of reinforced concrete block, roof of corrugated galvanised iron sheeting, ceiling of soft board and floors of rendered concrete.
Constructed with walls of clinker board, roof of corrugated galvanised iron sheeting on wooden sarking, and floors of wood.
www.langford-brown.com /printable.php?property_ID=8   (2135 words)

  
 Welcome to the Corrugated Iron Club   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
If we had a membership it would be by submission of photographs and captions, notes, essays, observations that might make their way onto the web-site.
It may be thought that sheets of galvanised corrugated iron would make for standardised buildings.
The material has not had a homogenising influence mainly because it lends itself to small scale, self-build enterprises which reflect a precise functional response to need.
www.corrugated-iron-club.info   (160 words)

  
 Keilor Historical Society
The prefabricated cottage is of historical and scientific (technological) significance as a rare example of a single storey prefabricated iron cottage with corrugated iron arch roof.
The prefabricated iron cottage at Keilor is of significance as a rare example of a corrugated iron clad and timber lined prefabricated cottage with cast iron uprights.
The building demonstrates the manufacturing methods of mid nineteenth century building design incorporating standard cast-iron structural components with mass produced corrugated, galvanised iron cladding.
home.vicnet.net.au /~khis/police.html   (199 words)

  
 Research and development issues in grain postharvest problems in Asia - Preface-Overview of grain drying and storage ...
The absorber surface is a corrugated galvanised iron sheet coated with ordinary flboard paint.
The drying surface (1.06 m²) is made of 22 gauge corrugated galvanised iron sheet to give an absorber area of 1.19 m².
The surface is inclined at an angle of 12.5° and is fitted on a 30 mm-thick wooden board with a 2 kg coir-fibre insulation between.
www.fao.org /Wairdocs/X5002E/X5002e01.htm   (4857 words)

  
 Heritage: Hermannsburg Historic Village - NRETA - NT Government - Australia
Many of these early buildings are constructed of lime-rendered sandstone rubble with corrugated galvanised iron roofs on bush timber frames.
Later buildings demonstrate the use of imported or re-cycled materials such as flattened 44 gallon drums and galvanised iron sheeting.
Established in 1877 the mission was the initial point of contact between the western Arrente and European cultures.
www.nt.gov.au /nreta/heritage/ntregister/declared/display.html?hhv   (340 words)

  
 Pakistan extends deadline for Indian iron imports - India News (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.umd.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Islamabad - Pakistan Tuesday allowed for a further six months the import of corrugated galvanised iron sheets from India on the condition that they would be used exclusively for rehabilitation in earthquake-hit regions.
The government has put the condition that the imported Indian iron sheets would be used exclusively for rehabilitation in the quake-hit areas, and the imports would be allowed only after obtaining a no-objection certificate and verification from the Federal Relief Commission or the Earthquake Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Authority.
Importers have been reportedly been asked by the government to avoid bringing sheets having a 'made in India' mark and told that all consignments would be thoroughly checked.
indiaenews.com.cob-web.org:8888 /2006-04/4807-pakistan-extends-deadline-indian-imports.htm   (315 words)

  
 Corrugated Creations
His studio is a 216m2 round barn complete with air compressor, rivet gun, drills, nibbler and a roller that crouches in the corner like a prehistoric monster.
The six-metre high dog facade was the start of his career in corrugated iron sculpturing but Steven was initially reluctant to take the project on.
Click to enlarge Corrugated iron is moving into its second generation.
www.corrugatedcreations.co.nz /about.php   (703 words)

  
 Roofing
Roofing materials used on Australian houses included bark, shingles, slates, corrugated iron, corrugated asbestos cement and a variety of tile materials and patterns.
In the early settlement period roofing materials, as well as most other essentials for house building, came from the bush close to the site of the work.
Although corrugated galvanised iron became very popular after 1850 shingles were still widely used and accepted, even in cities and towns.
www.oldhouses.com.au /docs/directories/aust/roofing.html   (146 words)

  
 Littlefair
The tents and temporary dwellings were soon converted to rough sawn timber houses with corrugated galvanised iron roofs.
It also boasts, as do most of the hotels in the valley, the ‘Iron Lace’ balustrading which was shipped as ballast from foundries in England and Scotland.
The Littlefair family had moved from Merewether to Weston, a settlement near Neath and Harry took employment in the mines.
www.anzacs.net /Littlefair.htm   (1102 words)

  
 AJK govt accused of misusing relief aid -DAWN - National; November 23, 2005
The PPP president said the ongoing relief activities were mainly focused on the provision of tents, however, the sever winter that would hit the hilly areas would just make these tents ineffective.
He said there was an urgent need of corrugated galvanised iron (CGI) sheets so that the affected people could build wooden houses to counter the chilly winter.
He said 30 per cent of the people affected by the Oct 8 earthquake in Azad Kashmir and NWFP were well-off, therefore, they should stop accepting relief goods.
www.dawn.com /2005/11/23/nat1.htm   (643 words)

  
 Farms, Estates & Land for sale - Bere Ferrers, Yelverton, Devon - Primelocation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Stone and galvanised iron roof single storey building housing spring fed reservoir.
Detached Single Storey Shed and Lean To - 18' 0 x 14' 6 (5.49m x 4.42m) Pitched roof lined in fibre cement to principal area with and corrugated galvanised iron mono pitch roof to lean to.
Timber lower walls with part weather boarding and part galvanised iron cladding over.
www.primelocation.com /KIta999000558   (1444 words)

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