At 700mm, it is amongst the widest concealed-fix deckings available. As to length, the only limit is your imagination, thanks to our mobile roofing mill. Plus, it's available in the full range of light and heavy gauge Colorbond® colours.
And don't think concealed-fix steel roofing is only good on the flat. In addition to its unbeatable size, strength and watertightness, KingKlip® is also amazingly flexible and well-suited to curved roofs, making it the perfect solution to any commercial roofing project.
Best of all, when it comes to installation we don't screw around. An average 6000m2 screw-fix deck will have about 36,000 screw holes - each one a possible source of leakage and corrosion over time. But Fielders revolutionary full-width heavy duty KK700 clips provide incredible holding strength and stability without puncturing the sheeting.
The clips are also self locating to ensure perfect accuracy. No screws, no holes, no leaks. And that's no bull. In fact, we're so confident in our KingKlip® roofs that we back them with this Watertight Installation Guarantee.
KingKlip® may cost a bit more than conventional screw-fix decking. But wider sheets mean fewer sheets, fewer laps and faster installation, and the 42mm profile adds incredible strength so you also need fewer purlins.
KingKlip's unique spring-tensioned clips and sliding brackets allow the sheets to move with temperature changes, eliminating the need for expansion joints. Plus rolling your sheets on-site reduces transport and handling costs dramatically.
All of which add up to big savings on time and money. In fact, when you compare total costs with traditional screw-fix roofs, you'll see just how cost effective KingKlip® can be. Factor in the long-term benefits of a concealed-fix roof and you have value that's hard to beat.
Fielders have a long tradition of excellence in service and quality that stems back to the company’s founders in 1900. Specialising in the manufacture of steel roofing and flooring products, we pride ourselves on innovation, with constant research and development.
Fielders is part of the Hills Industries group, a multi-national company distributing a diverse range of products to the world. Along with Orrcon, Korvest and Woodroffe Equipment Australia, Fielders is part of the Hills Building and Industrial Products Division.
Fielders manufacture a comprehensive range of mainly roll-formed steel products that are supplied to commercial, industrial and domestic building contractors.
The main manufacturing sites are at Mile End and Regency Park in SA, Osborne Park in WA, Campbellfield in Victoria, Ingleburn in New South Wales and now Brisbane Sheet Metal in Northgate and Coolum, Queensland. Branches are located at Marion, Noarlunga and Mt. Gambier in South Australia, Mildura in Victoria, Bunbury and O’Connor in Western Australia and Darwin in the Northern Territory. Fielders now have 14 sites nationwide and employ in excess of 800 staff.
Products include roofing and cladding in a range of profiles and gauges, fencing systems, rainwater goods, gutters, flashings, sheet metal fabrication, fascia, purlins, doorframes, KingFlor structural decking and carports.
Fielders is a merger of 3 well known South Australian companies – Fielders Steel Roofing, Woodroffe Sheetmetal and Cowells/Auspine Sheetmetal.