Mabati Rolling Mills (MRM) Maxcover Prices in Kenya

What Are Mabati Rolling Mills (MRM) Maxcover Prices in Kenya

MaxCover is a brand of roofing sheets produced by Mabati Rolling Mills (MRM) in Kenya. The MaxCover roofing sheets are made from high-quality materials and come in different sizes, thicknesses, and types.

The price of MaxCover roofing sheets depends on the type of sheet, thickness, and size.

Mabati.com states that MaxCover 1015 MaxCover 28G Charcoal Smooth Roofing Sheet  goes for costs KES 939.60. per metre.

It is a high-quality roofing sheet from MRM’s brand that offers a coating of an Aluminum-Zinc protective alloy on a carbon steel base that is pre-painted in controlled factory conditions.

It has an effective cover width of 1015mm, offers a more economical sheet for budget-sensitive projects, and is ideal for domestic and light industrial or commercial applications. It comes in Gauge 28-30 and is available in a wide range of colours. 

Mabati.com states that MaxCover 1015 is a new roofing box profile in Kenya from MRM stable of high-quality brands that has an anti-capillary groove to prevent leaking. It offers consumers the benefit of having a box profile Mabati that is wider than what is currently in the market.

The roofing sheet is coated with an Aluminum-Zinc protective alloy on a carbon steel base, which is pre-painted in controlled factory conditions. This results in a more economical sheet for budget-sensitive projects.

MaxCover 1015 is suitable for domestic and light industrial or commercial applications. The recommended minimum pitch for roof slopes in excess of 15m is 10º and for slopes less than 15m is 7.5º.

To calculate the number of sheets needed to cover a given area, use the formula: N= W/1.015 where W is the linear width of the roof in meters and N is the number of sheets.

Fastening is done by pierce-fixing the MaxCover sheet to timber or steel supports. Always place screws for MaxCover through the crest to maximize water tightness.

The edge with the anti-capillary groove is always the under-lap, and it is generally considered good practice to use fasteners alongside lap.

 

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