Guangdong Hongbo Building Materials Science and Technology Co., Ltd
Resin tiles and color steel tiles are two common tiles in life. They each have advantages and disadvantages. So, which is better, resin brick or color steel brick? Next, I will give you a detailed explanation. By understanding the relevant content of resin bricks and color steel bricks, a good judgment can be made.
Which is better, resin tile or color steel tile?
1. Which is better, resin brick or color steel brick? First, let us understand the advantages of color steel tiles. Color steel tiles are corrugated roof tiles sprayed on both sides of thin steel plates. The color of this spray can last 5-10 years, and the service life is generally 10-15 years. For offices and residential areas, color steel sandwich panels are usually used. The color steel tile has good sound insulation and heat insulation effect, good mechanical performance, large span, convenient construction, and beautiful appearance. The thicker the color steel plate, the better the quality, the stronger the corrosion resistance and the longer the service life.
2. Disadvantages of color steel tiles
Condensation: If the doors and windows are not well sealed in hot weather or in winter, the indoor temperature will be higher than the outdoor temperature, and condensation will occur on the surface of the color steel tile. As a result, the color steel tile will rust and corrode, so that the service life will be shortened.
No thermal insulation: Single-layer color steel tiles have no thermal insulation layer, so the hot and cold temperature spreads rapidly. The indoor temperature will be relatively high in summer, and the indoor temperature will drop sharply in winter.
Color steel tiles will bend, deform and rust after long-term use.
3. Which is better, resin brick or color steel brick? Next, let's understand the advantages of resin tiles. Resin tile is an environmentally friendly and energy-saving roofing tile, with acid and alkali corrosion resistance, sound insulation, heat insulation, lightweight, and easy installation. This resin tile can reduce the load on the roof, and reduce transportation costs and construction costs. Generally, the service life of synthetic resin tiles can be as long as 50 years.
4. Disadvantages of resin bricks:
Defects in high-temperature resistance: Synthetic resin tiles will deform at a high temperature of 70-80 degrees, and are not suitable for high-temperature areas such as casting, smelting, and steel.
Defects of thermal expansion and contraction: Synthetic resin tiles will change, sag or bulge at temperatures from -30 to 70 degrees, reducing their waterproofing effect.
Resin bricks are not suitable for roofs with a slope of fewer than 15 degrees, so resin bricks should be used with caution to build roofs with flat slopes or large spans.