The high mechanical resistance values of corten steel allow for small sections and therefore with a lower visual impact and higher indoor brightness while, at the same time, making it possible to realise large and heavy doors and windows with excellent performance. Corten steel is a high-resistance self-passivating alloy containing copper, chrome and phosphorus, characterised by a high resistance to corrosion and to tensile yield; these alloys are self-protective through the formation of a superficial coating that prevents the
progressive extending of the corrosion process. Secco Sistemi, thank to their innovative and technological vocation, was the first one to use this material for doors and windows, producing profiles with physical and aesthetic features particularly appreciated in the architectural world.
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