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SSAB Green Coat
SSAB Greencoat colorful steel logotype
SSAB Greencoat colorful steel logotype

Nordic color coated steel for harsh weather and greener living

GreenCoat® is the brand for innovative, sustainable color coated steel solutions for roofs, façades and rainwater systems. Widely used in sustainable architecture, GreenCoat® products offer an extensive range of colors and coatings with Swedish rapeseed oil.
Tin House GreenCoat

What is green in GreenCoat?

Most GreenCoat products feature a Bio-based Technology (BT) coating where a substantial portion of the traditional fossil oil is replaced by Swedish rapeseed oil.

As opposed to conventional coating formulas, the bio-based solvent becomes a permanent part of the final coating, making for a healthier environment and reducing the release of harmful substances into the air. 

The unique BT coating holds a worldwide patent and offers not only environmental advantages, but also increased performance. The GreenCoat color coated product portfolio is currently the market’s greenest offering for roofs, façades and rainwater systems.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Olavi Huhtala, SSAB

GreenCoat – the greenest product portfolio for roofing, façades and rainwater systems

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GreenCoat – the greenest product portfolio for roofing, façades and rainwater systems

A word from Olavi

Olavi Huhtala Executive Vice President SSAB Europe at SSAB Group

GreenCoat is SSAB’s brand for innovative, eco-conscious color coated products for the building industry. The GreenCoat product range is not only the greenest color coated product portfolio for roofing, façades and rainwater systems, but also one of the most comprehensive for the entire building industry.

While most green solutions sacrifice performance, GreenCoat products do the exact opposite. They offer long lasting finishes and enhanced performance in any weather, combined with leading environmental benefits. These unique advantages can even lead to savings down the road.

Premium steels and bio-based coatings

SSAB is the pioneer and innovator in creating a color coated product offer for roofing, façades and rainwater systems having a bio-based content in the coating. Within the new product portfolio, most GreenCoat products feature a Bio-based Technology (BT) coating where a substantial portion of the traditional fossil oil is replaced by Swedish rapeseed oil. This unique, patented solution by SSAB reduces the environmental footprint significantly.

On our website, you will learn more about the benefits of GreenCoat products, the patented Bio-based Technology (BT) and see common uses in roofing, façades, rainwater systems and indoor applications. You will also learn how SSAB can support you in everything from technical advice to joint development projects.

 
Olavi Huhtala, Executive Vice President SSAB Europe at SSAB Group 

 

Ouside testing of GreenCoat

40 years of global testing in the harshest weather conditions

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40 years of global testing in the harshest weather conditions

All GreenCoat products are extensively tested to UV stability and corrosion resistance in real outdoor conditions. All products come with an extensive performance and finish guarantee. This ensures against corrosion such as rust and white rust as well as fading and other flaws in the finish.

GreenCoat testing propertiesGreenCoat guarantees are based on over 40 years of experience at SSAB’s accredited outdoor testing sites. Located on the west coast of Sweden and in Florida, over 10,000 panels of GreenCoat colorcoated steel have been exposed year-round to harsh climates and conditions including saltwater, snow, ice, rain, UV radiation, high humidity, wind and storms.

In addition, GreenCoat is also undergoing testing in places like Arizona, the West Indies, China, Australia as well as on the coast of France.

GreenCoat products are developed with quality and environmental consideration as constant driving forces. With our well-equipped laboratories, we ensure our leading position as a quality producer of color coated steel. We are also closely cooperating with leading universities and institutes to further strengthen our front line position of quality products and sustainable coating systems. 

Demands and testing methods are in accordance with European standard EN 10 169 + A1. Tests of the steel material is carried out in order to document its mechanical properties. In our quality controls,we follow national and international standards and approvals.

SSAB has been certified as evidence that the company works with a quality system that is in line with standard ISO 9001. 

Every color imaginable

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Every color imaginable

GreenCoat color chartFrom common trends to vibrant tones and exclusive finishes, GreenCoat products are available in a wide range of colors. Each has been carefully selected based on modern building and design trends. Most of our GreenCoat products feature a Bio-based Technology (BT) coating where a substantial portion of the traditional fossil oil is replaced by Swedish rapeseed oil – for greener living and increased performance. 

If you do not find the color you are looking for, customized GreenCoat colors and finishes are available.

 

Find out more about our wide color range!

Tinsmith GreenCoat

Going forward together

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Going forward together

Tinsmith GreenCoat - going forward togetherThe focus at SSAB is on our customers and supporting them to develop the most innovative products on the market, right from the start of an application’s development. To accomplish this, we offer comprehensive technical support in the areas of design, forming, joining and production efficiency. Opportunities for joint development projects also exist and SSAB manufacturing sites and our global network of stocks ensure fast, on time deliveries of our entire product range.

GreenCoat PLX Pro BT for roofs

Nordic quality steel with outstanding formability – even by hand down to – 15 degrees C.

Watch the tests performed at 2,000 m above sea level and see for yourself.