When working with sheetmetal, neutral cure silicone is the best choice to avoid metal corrosion and discoloring. Read more about the benefits of using neutral cure over acetoxy silicones, as well as curing times and working with silicone and painted surfaces.
To help you make sure your box gutter drainage systems meet VBA compliance, we’ve pulled together some points to consider including gradients, support structures, overflows, outlets and layouts for this technical bulletin.
Placing certain metals together can cause metal corrosion and reduce the lifespan of your metal work. Read our guidelines on roofing and drainage systems to make sure you use the right material for your project.
When you cut sheetmetal you create metal debris called swarf that can lead to rust stains on your sheetmetal products, or worse. If metal particles penetrate your coated sheetmetal, you can end up with premature metal corrosion. Read our tips on the best way to prevent swarf from damaging your sheetmetal.