13/3 Corrugated | 0.7mm | Galvanised | DX51D + Z275 | New | Cut-to-Length | Roof Sheets

13/3 Corrugated | 0.7mm | Galvanised | DX51D + Z275 | New | Cut-to-Length | Roof Sheets


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  • Available Profiles
  • 3″ Inch Corrugated


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This profile is well established & traditional. The 3” inch corrugated metal sheet (sometimes referred to as wrinkly tin) is still popular after many years with its modern traditional design, which aims to create a timeless space that has touches of vintage and rustic looks, with elements of the modern age. This makes it an ideal choice for use in conservation areas, domestic properties, shepherd huts and fencing projects, as well as industrial, agricultural, and equestrian buildings.

For use on roof & wall cladding projects, they can be laid vertically or horizontally. These sheets are sinusoidal profiled, have a minimum of 13 ribs, and have 990mm of lateral coverage.

What is DX51D+Z275? DX51D+Z275 refers to hot dip galvanising with a 275g/㎡ double-sided layer of Zinc. The purpose of hot dip galvanising is to prevent the steel substrate from rusting. Using 80g/㎡ of Zinc is quite common in a lot of galvanised products, but using 275g/㎡ of Zinc provides a premium galvanised product.

Colour Disclaimer. Please note that although we do our best to make sure that the colours displayed on our website are accurate, the actual colours may vary due to inconsistencies with display monitors.


  • Max Length: 8000mm
  • Min Length: 1000mm
  • Min Pitch: 10º


MCS Roofing & Cladding Supplies is a family run business and we pride ourselves on providing excellent customer service. If you would like any help or assistance, please don’t hesitate to call us on 01538 398 708 or email info@mcsroofing.co.uk where our friendly team will be waiting to help you.


Filc Dripstop® Anti-Condensation Membrane

Don’t let condensation from your metal roof cause the contents of your building to be rained on, Dripstop anti-condensation membrane is a cost-effective solution for preventing dripping caused by condensation. You can fight condensation without insulation and vapour barrier. When climate conditions cause condensation to occur, Dripstop absorbs and holds that moisture in specially designed pockets in the membrane. When climate conditions go back above the dew point, the moisture is released back into the air as normal humidity. Our roof and cladding sheets can be manufactured with the addition of a Dripstop backing. This is an easy process and is applied at the roll forming stage.


In cases where liners and insulation are installed below the roof of a building, Dripstop prevents condensation from dripping down into the cavity between the new and old roof, without the need for additional insulation. On structures built for livestock, the layer of rubber between the membrane and the steel panel can help reduce corrosion and may prolong the life of a building. It is advantageous to use Dripstop for these applications because it is easy to clean, anti-microbial and hoses off or can be pressure washed. It is durable, and very difficult to cut or slice through. Reduces labour costs by eliminating one step of the building process, due to the steel roof sheets arriving onsite with the Dripstop already applied. Dripstop can also reduce rain noise.


  • Prevents condensation dripping.
  • Rubber adhesive backer gives it an extra layer of protection against contaminants that cause corrosion.
  • Reduces labour costs due to the elimination of one step of the building process.
  • Reduces rain noise.
  • Durable
  • Easy to clean, using a pressure washed if needed.

Installation Advice

We recommend heat treating the edges, eaves, and end laps for a couple of reasons. By itself, DripStop is resistant to mould and mildew. But as dirty rainwater runs down a roof, organic material can get trapped in the air pockets in the membrane. These organics provide food for mould and mildew to feed off and grow from. Besides hurting the appearance, this mould and mildew can spread once it takes hold. This can accelerate the second problem which is wicking moisture in the building. Glazing prevents the wicking of moisture back up which can slow the evaporation process. On end laps (panels lapped over each other from ridge to eave typically found in wider buildings where a single panel length is not possible), heat treating keeps the water from wicking in as it runs down the roof during rain or snow.

As an alternative, we recommend that during the roofing sheet installation process, any sheet that is overlapped in length, or any sheet that ends in the gutter must be varnished with a water-based lacquer or paint for at least the first 50mm. This is a simple and effective method of preventing capillary action.


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We have a number of Home Delivery or Collection services available to you. Availability of these options will be shown at checkout.




PRICE (inc vat)

Same Day Collection

Stock products available for same day collection

Weekdays only - Stock products that show "In stock" on our website are available for same day collection.

£ Free


Made-to-order products available within 7 days

Weekdays only - Please allow up to 7 days for made-to-order products to be manufactured. We will notify you when your goods are ready for collection.

£ Free

MCS Roofing™ Local Delivery

Delivery within 7 days

Weekdays only - Within 32 miles of MCS Roofing™ branch. Flat rate

We will contact you to make arrangements


MCS Roofing™ Regional Delivery

Delivery within 7 days

Weekdays only - Within 32 – 60 miles of MCS Roofing™ branch. Price per mile

We will contact you to make arrangements

£1.50 per mile

MCS Roofing™ Nationwide Delivery

Delivery within 7 days

Weekdays only - Over 60 miles from MCS Roofing™ branch. Price per mile

We will contact you to make arrangements

£1.80 per mile

TATA® Made-to-order Insulated Panels - Direct Delivery

Lead time varies (Currently 4 weeks)

Made-to-order insulated panels manufactured by TATA® will be delivered direct to you by TATA®.

TATA® prohibits handball offload and therefore supplies an onboard forklift. If panels are longer than 7500mm, you must organise your own Forklift, Telehandler, or Crane. We will contact you to discuss this.

Delivery price is dictated by TATA®.

Please note: If you organise your own Forklift, Telehandler, or Crane, we will issue a refund of £144. We will contact you to discuss this.

Calculated at Checkout

Sliding Door Systems - Direct Delivery

Usually Next Day (Allow up to 5 Days)

Sliding Door Systems are delivered by our supplier directly to you via parcel courier.


Parcelforce Basic

Within 5 days

Delivery by Parcelforce for smaller items.

Tracking information is provided by Parcelforce.


Parcelforce Premium

Within 1-3 days for stock items

Expedited Delivery by Parcelforce for smaller items.

Tracking information is provided by Parcelforce.


Combined Shipping

This service may consist multiple shipping methods and the sum of all methods will be calculated at checkout

In some cases, deliveries will be split due to a combination of shipping methods. In most cases your order will be shipped by MCS Roofing™ from our depot. Your order may consist a combination of the following shipping methods and will be calculated at checkout: MCS Roofing™ Delivery, Parcelforce and Supplier Direct Delivery. If you have any queries on shipping methods please call us on 01538 398 708, or email info@mcsroofing.co.uk

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