Corten Steel cladding For Architectural Buildings

For your next roofing or cladding project, new doesn't always mean better. When you can combine the best of the old with modern innovation, you can create something truly special. Cor-Ten A weather-resistant steel offers a glimpse into the future while also paying homage to the time-tested strength of the past.

Corten sheet facade cladding naturally changes its appearance over time, it is resistant to atmospheric agents, producing an extraordinary oxide finish that protects it from corrosive phenomena. Rust creates a surface coat that regenerates continuously, allowing facade cladding to “protect itself,” making it an extremely durable and low-maintenance solution.

Nowadays, Cor-Ten is used in architecture like a fabric, cut, folded, stretched, and decorated with inlays and processes that enhance its elasticity. Corten steel is a carbon and iron alloy that contains, in small amounts and less than 5% of its total metallurgical composition, metals such as copper, chromium, nickel, phosphorus, silicon, and manganese.