Flux roofing system hurricane
Sense in structure
An excellent panel, they say, is more about the design. The structure of FLUX is based on truss bridge design. The diagonal members are subject to tension forces and the shorter vertical members handle the compressive forces. When weight is applied the joints and/or connections compress and push against each other, the tension removes any buckling risk.
Diagonals and verticals combine to form triangles. It is a well known fact that triangles provide strength and stability, they hold large loads without collapsing or having their structure altered. It is not without reason that they are considered the strongest polygons. The design does its part not only supporting any load on it, but also stiffening against lateral loads such as wind and seismic loads. FLUX structure is extremely effective as it has a high strength to weight ratio.
With their myriad structure combinations, colours and finishes enable unlimited choices and unique customisable bespoke solutions through:
Can be specified to provide more or less visual transparency as required by the building orientation. The geometry and molecular makeup of Flux™ diffuses daylight to reduce glare, further improving user experience, comfort and