HP 10 Huguenot
The HP10 clay roof tile is made at the St. Germer tilery in the Beauvais region renowned for the excellence of the local clays. As with all EDILIANS Roof Tiles, the HP10 bears the hallmark of distinction of a world leader supported by technological excellence at all 13 manufacturing locations. The large modular size of the HP10 combines with a variable gauge to ensure economy and ease of fixing plus compatibility with EDILIANS solar PV systems. The HP10 is a natural and cost effective alternative to many larger format concrete tiles and slates.
A CONTEMPORARY TILE : The EDILIANS HP10 interlocking roof tile, manufactured at EDILIANS’ St Germer de Fly factory in northern France, is a large module interlocking clay roof tile with a thin tapered leading edge. Economical : The slate colour tile can be specified as an economical natural alternative to man-made and other slates. This modern tile has proved to be a natural winner on countless new build projects. Slate appearance : This modern tile with a tapered leading edge has proved to be a natural winner on countless new build projects. Design : The HP10 Huguenot is decidedly modern in appearance. It brings contemporary shades that are particularly well-suited to newbuild.
Designed to be laid broken bonded. Dry fixing is recommended at ridges, hips and verges. A wide range of matching accessories is available to complete a traditional roof design to conform with current standards.
The HP10 provides a low roof pitch solution guaranteed down to 17.5°.
|Lenght overall||460 mm|
|Overall width||306 mm|
|Unit weight in Kg||4.30|
|Coverage per m²||De 9.9 à 12|
|Nominal gauge||310-376 mm|
|Linear metres of battens per square metre of roof||2.68|
|Working width||268 mm|
|Quantity per pallet||240 tuiles|