In addition to the superior 5754 aluminum alloy – with its unrivaled corrosion resistance, mechanical strength and cost effectiveness – Riverclack® is also available in copper, stainless steel, titanium zinc or pre-galvanized zinc.
All metals are certified and come from first order suppliers but, being Riverclack®, we still subject every single metal coil to further testing before we use it for our roofing systems.
Coils are checked against crucial parameters such as tensile strength, Brinell-scale hardness and yield point to ensure full conformity to the strict manufacturing standards of Riverclack®.
5754 ALUMINUM ALLOY
Light, strong and rustproof, this is the most cost effective solution. In contact with air, a tough, transparent layer of aluminum oxide that resists further corrosive action rapidly covers aluminum, giving your roof an extremely long lifespan. The Riverclack® 5754 alloy is used in the H18/19 physical state that has an outstanding mechanical resistance to both foot traffic and hail.
An elegant metal that is also highly corrosion resistant. Copper develops a “patina” when it weathers, turning it from golden brown to its unique and aesthetically striking blue-green shade.
A highly resilient material that hardly thins at all over time. Stainless steel is the ideal choice if total resistance to corrosion is a priority. In highly corrosive environments, for example, or simply when you’re looking for great value in a very attractive material.
Titanium zinc has a very distinctive aesthetic quality, thanks to its beautiful gray patina. It is malleable and so, unlike any other materials used for Riverclack® panels, it requires a rigid back support to allow walkability.