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CLAY PANTILE TYPE M – 333 (335mm x 205mm) SRPS EN 1304

-Tile dimensions:: 400 x 245 mm
-Covering dimensions: 335 x 205 mm
-Weight: 2,5 kg
-Batten spacing: cca 335 mm
-For 1 m² of roof one needs 14,4 tile pieces.
-According to SRPS EN 539-2 it corresponds to zone B with regard of its level of frost resistance.

-Depending on climate conditions, the roof pitch is designed not to be smaller then 22°. The roof is laid from right to left, starting from eaves towards ridge.Every next row of tiles is moved by one half of a roof tile.

-In the case of a low-slope roof level less than 22° and the use of the attic space, the use of roofing foils is required.

-If there is a need for it, tiles can be fixed to the planks by riveting them or with bonding wire.

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CLAY PANTILE TYPE M – 002 (335mm x 205mm) SRPS EN 1304

-Tile dimensions: 405 x 245 mm
-Covering dimensions: 335 x 205 mm
-Weight: 2,6 kg
-Batten spacing: cca 335 mm
-For 1 m² of roof one needs 14,6 tile pieces.
-According to SRPS EN 539-2 it corresponds to zone B with regard of its level of frost resistance.

•  Depending on climate conditions, the roof pitch is designed not to be smaller then 22°. The roof is laid from right to left, starting from eaves towards ridge.
•  In the case of a low-slope roof level less than 22° and the use of the attic space, the use of roofing foils is required.
•  If there is a need for it, tiles can be fixed to the planks by riveting them or with bonding wire.

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CLAY PANTILE TYPE M – 272 (330mm x 180mm) SRPS EN 1304

-Tile dimensions: 400 x 225 mm
-Covering dimensions: 330  x 180 mm
-Weight: 2,3 kg
-Batten spacing: cca 330 mm
-For 1 m² of roof one needs 16,4 tile pieces.
-According to SRPS EN 539-2 it corresponds to zone B with regard of its level of frost resistance.

-Depending on climate conditions, the roof pitch is designed not to be smaller then 22°. The roof is laid from right to left, starting from eaves towards ridge. Every next row of tiles is moved by one half of a roof tile. Half tiles are made at the spot by cutting the whole roof tiles
-In the case of a low-slope roof level less than 22° and the use of the attic space, the use of roofing foils is required.
-If there is a need for it, tiles can be fixed to the planks by riveting them or with bonding wire.

CLAY PANTILE TYPE M – 977 (345mm x 210mm) SRPS EN 1304

-Tile dimensions: 410 x 255 mm
-Covering dimensions: 345 x 210 mm
-Weight: 2,9 kg
-Batten spacing: cca 345 mm
-For 1 m² of roof one needs 13,8 tile pieces.
-According to SRPS EN 539-2 it corresponds to zone B with regard of its level of frost resistance.

-Depending on climate conditions, the roof pitch is designed not to be smaller then 22°. The roof is laid from right to left, starting from eaves towards ridge.

-In the case of a low-slope roof level less than 22° and the use of the attic space,the use of roofing foils is required.

– If there is a need for it, tiles can be fixed to the planks by riveting them or with bonding wire.

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CLAY PANTILE TYPE M – 993 (330mm x 190mm) SRPS EN 1304

-Tile dimensions: 400 x 245 mm
-Covering dimensions: 330 x 190 mm
-Weight: 2,6 kg
-Batten spacing: cca 330 mm
-For 1 m² of roof one needs 16 tile pieces.
-According to SRPS EN 539-2 it corresponds to zone B with regard of its level of frost resistance.

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CLAY PANTILE TYPE M – 997 (290-200mm x 190mm) SRPS EN 1304

-Tile dimensions: 405 x 230 mm
-Covering dimensions: 290-200 x 190 mm
-Weight: 2,6 kg
-Batten spacing: 290-200 mm
-For 1 m² of roof one needs:
a) 18.2 pcs with batten spacing of 290 mm
b) 26.3 pcs with batten spacing of  200 mm

-According to SRPS EN 539-2 it corresponds to zone B with regard of its level of frost resistance.

-Depending on climate conditions, the roof pitch is designed not to be smaller then 25°. It is recommended to cover roof at the batten distance of 290 mm. The tile construction enables them to be laid to the battens at the distance of 200 mm. The roof is laid from right to left, starting from eaves towards ridge. Every next row of tiles is moved by one haf of a roof tile.

– In the case of a low-slope roof level less than 22° and the use of the attic space, the use of roofing foils is required.
-If there is a need for it, tiles can be fixed to the planks by riveting them or with bonding wire.

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