The stapled joint is a profile that is folded once or twice, adapted to large roofs and facades.
The system is used as a facade system, showing a very resistant and regular appearance.
The process consists of joining two plates along their entire length through a fold in the panel.
The system is particularly adapted for large areas to be covered and for structures located in harsh climates, which are often subject to strong and rainy winds.
A profiling machine is used and another to close the joints, reducing installation time.