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Miniature Profiles

Various miniature cladding profiles are manufactured in New Zealand, the most common being known variously under the names of mini-corrugate, sparrow iron, baby iron and mini-iron.

Mini-corrugate is sometimes used for small roof areas, such as spires and awnings. It is most commonly used for wall cladding, parapets and internal linings where studs are normally spaced at 600 mm centres. The accuracy of the framing will determine the quality of finish obtainable.

Mini-corrugate has been produced in New Zealand for many years to the imperial measurement of 1" pitch and 1/4" height, which converts to 25.4 mm x 6.3 mm in metric measurement.

Some miniature trapezoidal profiles are also manufactured specifically for wall cladding.

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