S-lon Lanka, a subsidiary of the Capital Maharaja Group, recently ventured beyond the local market and exported a shipment of roofing membranes and accessories to neighboring India.
There are several factors that help make S-lon roofing membranes the best on the market.
They are resistant to discoloration, fungus, do not need to be cleaned, look aesthetic and last longer. The leaves are also capable of filtering out the heat, providing coolness and comfort to tropical facilities and households.
This property makes S-lon roofing membranes particularly attractive for the Indian market, where temperatures have risen considerably in recent decades. The roofing membranes are easy to install as they are considerably lighter compared to alternatives.
SC Weerasekera, Group Director of the new export company, stated: “At S-lon we don’t make anything that is not good, safe and usable by our own loved ones. This is exactly the philosophy that inspires us to improve our products through tireless research and development. “
He also commented on how S-lon operates on a bottom-up approach, which means that perspectives are critically assessed and assessed from the base level rather than just advancing the guidelines set by top management.
S-lon roofing membranes do not contain any radioactive or carcinogenic components and are fully recyclable at the end of their service life in accordance with the requirements for protecting the green environment.
The fire resistance of S-lon is an important highlight of the product. This is due to the acrylonitrile-styrene-acrylate (ASA) compounds, for which the panels have received DN 4102-1 certification.
This means that a leaf that comes in contact with an open flame will not spread, but will go out on its own, in order to ensure the safety of the structure and the people inside it.
The inner and outer surfaces of S-lon roofing membranes are resistant to corrosion and rot compared to alternatives. The blades come with a 10 year warranty and a variety of color options to choose from.