Corrugated tin is a common building material used for various purposes. The material is a thin tin surface made of steel or tin bent into a wave shape. As a result of its bending, the length of the surface is slightly reduced in one direction but receives a lot of strength against bending in the opposite direction. The thickness of the common tin is 0.6 mm. In the other direction of the corrugated tin surface, the constant torque remains extremely small, relying only on the thickness of the tin. For this reason, the corrugated sheet is usually installed on top of two parallel beams that support the surface in one direction. The waves come in several forms, big waves, small waves and trapezoidal waves. Mainly used for the construction of warehouses, roofing of industrial buildings, garages and the like.