Item Code: Insulated Cooldek
The insulating properties of Cooldek® Roofing reduce heat from above on hot days, significantly increasing comfort levels under the roof. Cooldek® Roofing reduces noise from heavy rain and aids in keeping your home cool, reducing energy costs and your carbon footprint.
Cooldek® Roofing features a polystyrene core that is permanently bonded to a smooth, easy to clean, coloured steel underside, and a profiled, coloured steel topside.
Choose from either the Cooldek® ribbed or the Cooldek® CGI roofing profiles. For the underside, there is a choice of smooth or one of two ribbed profile finishes. These are available in white or a choice of high gloss colours.
The topside colour choices include a wide range of colours to integrate your carport, pergola, verandah or patio into existing colour schemes.
There are three insulation thicknesses to choose from:
- 50mm thick panels with an insulation rating (R value) of up to 1.6
- 75mm thick panels with an insulation rating of up to 2.2
- 100mm panels with an insulation rating of up to 2.8
Strong, sleek and easy to install
Exceptional strength allows Cooldek® Roofing to span up to an impressive 7 metres. Large spans reduce the number of beams and framework, creating an uncluttered, ceiling-like appearance.
Simple to install, Cooldek® roofing has an inbuilt rebate to conceal electrical wiring for fans and light fittings.
|Material Properties||Finish||Cooldek Classic||Cooldek CGI|
|Base Metal Thickness / Material Grade||
0.42mm / G550
0.50mm / G300
0.42mm / G550
|Mass (kg / linear metre)||50mm Panel||9.5||9.6|
|Width overage (mm)||1000||1000|
|Minimum Roof Pitch||Zinc / alum & colour||2°||3°|
SL Grade EPS (expanded polystyrene)
0.037 W/mK (0°mean temperature)
Single Spans - Domestic Patio Application
Maximum allowable 900mm deck overhang for 50 and 75mm panels and 1200mm for 100mm panels, except in wind classification N4 in which maximum allowable shall be 900mm. The cladding back span shall be no less than 1.5 times the deck overhang. If values are shown in brackets they represent the maximum allowable span if an overhang is used. For a side to be considered open, the full length of the side must be open.