RHEINZINK is a global innovation driver in this industry sector.
It was 45 years ago that RHEINZINK, as Europe's first manufacturer of titanium zinc for use as a building material, replaced the traditional pack-rolling process with a brand-new technology, the wide-strip casting and rolling mill. RHEINZINK continues to innovate ensuring they remain at the forefront of global players. Their latest impressive benchmark includes the pre-weathering technique where the titanium zinc is treated by a process that mimics natural weathering.
For high-quality functional solutions that won't date, RHEINZINK products hold immense appeal for globally-recognised architects. With expertise in both facade and roofing design coupled with a wide range of accessories and bespoke solutions, RHEINZINK products blend seamlessly into the overall architectural style and are guaranteed to be the highlight of any building.
RHEINZINK is the world’s leading manufacturer of titanium zinc products. Founded by the Grillo and Stolberger Zinc companies together with Vereinigte Deutsche Metallwerke in 1966, the company boasts an international presence with subsidiaries and sales branches all over the world.
For over 45 years the RHEINZINK Group has produced top-quality titanium zinc at its Datteln site for applications such as roofing, roof dormers, facade cladding and roof drainage systems. Its durability and high recycling rate make RHEINZINK’s titanium zinc the preferred choice of material for classical roof drainage systems using gutters and pipes.
RHEINZINK’s titanium zinc products offer a unique versatility making them popular with many internationally famed architects such as Daniel Libeskind, Frank O. Gehry and Zaha Hadid.
The state-of-the-art production facilities at RHEINZINK minimize the environmental impact of the manufacturing process. Products are 100% recyclable, and around a third of RHEINZINK products are now made from recycled zinc. The Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V.- IBU (Institute of Construction and Environment) certified RHEINZINK as environmentally friendly building products in 1999.