Weight per sq. m.: 43 Kg
Units per lm ridge: 2.5 roof tiles
Units per lm edge: 2.5 roof tiles
Max. overlap: 19.0 cm
Min. overlap: 8.0 cm
Recommended support: Metallic or Treated Wood Battens (*) / Under-tile roof sheet
Dry installation using: Curved roof tile fixing clip
Roof Tiles per pallet (Nature): 225 units / 555 Kg. // 250 units / 615 Kg.
Roof Tiles per pallet (Centenaria®): 200 units / 516 Kg. // 225 units / 576 Kg.
Minimum order: 9/10 roof tiles
THE VALUE OF TRADITION
Curved roof tile are the most widely-used roof tile format.
Curved roof tile with smooth curvature profile of 50 cm. in length and 21 cm. wide, which forms a gutter profile roof; its design allows different overlap measures between the parts. The edges tend to be convergent, resulting a wide end and another narrow to facilitate the assembly of pans and covers with the same format.
To ensure their optimal installation, Celler® 50×21 roof tiles should be installed using the Step Celler® 50×21 as a pan and should be fixed to a support previously prepared with a double batten layout.
Curved roof tiles can also be dry installed on under-tile Corrugated bitumen sheet or Fiber cement sheets.
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Approximate values: Installation must comply with Code of practice for the design and fixing of roofs with clay roofing tiles for the region and Tejas Borja specifications.
(*) Ideal dry Installation in for Celler® 50×21 and Step Celler® 50×21 roof tiles.
CE Marking on a product is a manufacturer’s declaration that the product complies with the essential requirements of the relevant European health, safety and environmental protection legislation, in practice by many of the so-called Product Directives.
AENOR ensure compliance with the requirements of the European standard applicable to each product, demonstrating compliance with the requirements of customers and regulations applicable in your case.
Roof tiles and special pieces of fired clay AENOR certificate are suitable for covering roofs and vertical cladding walls.
The certification MIAMI-DADE is issued under government rules implementing products for construction in Miami Dade County and other dependent areas.
MIAMI-DADE conformity shows that certified products have been tested and meet building regulations (ASTM C 1167), being designed according to technical Florida Building Code High Speed hurricanes.
The evaluation report ICC-ES is issued for products that meet the international and residential building codes (IBC and IRC), valuing the covering properties on the roof, fire rating and wind resistance.
When installed in compliance with the report, they are a class A roof.
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