We take pride that Kadris Group of companies are able to render modest contribution in the industrial and business development of the country. In this competitive and very aggressive market, while medium business houses face an uphill task for their survival, the challenge we undertook with an ambitious vision that our valuable clients deserve nothing but best and our all round efforts to achieve that started yielding good results. We strictly adhere to stringent quality procedures laid down by internationally accepted codes, standards and lay greater emphasis on effecting deliveries when the clients want. We have proved ourselves to be efficient, reliable, producing the product right the first time and every time. It gives immense gratification that clients feel secure that their needs are quite safe in our hands and on receipt of delivery of their completed product they are immensely convinced on obtaining back a quality product of their vision. They cannot resist but come back again with another order in future. This has been made possible and practical with dedicated management and qualified professionals committed to understanding and servicing the needs of the clients. We recognize the importance of being acceptable to the needs of our clients and for this we are flexible to provide an “offer package” suitable to customer needs.
Our stress shall always be on the motto “high quality, timely delivery, customer satisfaction.” Every company under Kadris Group shall abide by this motto.
Alloy: Aluminum alloy used in the production of profiled roof and wall cladding panels, is EN AW 3105 which conforms to BS 3105 Alloy N31 , and DIN 1725 Alloy AL Mn 0.50 Mg 0.50
Ultimate Strength : Min 152 N/mm2
Yield Strength : Min 124 N/mm2
Modulus of elasticity : 6900 N/mm2
Coef. Of linear thermal expansion : 24 x 106- per deg. C.
Fire: Aluminum is classified as a non – combustible material , as defined by BS 476: part 4: 1970.
Roof coverings of aluminum alloy are rated EXT AA when tested in accordance with BS 476: part 3 : 1958
Combining with other material
These roof coverings can come into direct contact with plastics , galvanized steel , high – grade and pre- painted steel and zinc sheets.
Direct contact with ordinary steel , copper , brass and lead should be avoided by introducing a continuous separating element such as PVC tape or bitumen felt strips or alternatively , painting with zinc chromate or aluminum paint. This also applies to direct contact with mortar and concrete.
Timber parts which come into contact with aluminum should be treated with impregnating agents which do not contain copper salts , mercury salts , phenol compounds or fluorine compounds.
Mill finish: This is the natural untreated surface of the metal as it leaves the rolling mill.
Kadris Industries FZE, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Office: +971 7 2447568, Fax: +971 7 2447569, PO Box 6643, Al Hamra Rakia Free Zone, Ras Al Khaimah – UAE
Najeeb Kadiri Trading Co. LLC, Email: email@example.com, Office: +971 4 3400569, Fax: +971 4 3479818, PO Box 33765, Al Quoze – Dubai – UAE
Speed Star Anticorrosion LLC, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Office: +971 4 3403156, Fax: +971 4 3403157, PO Box 38054, Al Quoze Ind III – Dubai – UAE