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ARBOISE RECTANGULAIRE Jacob

Historic elegance

Arboise Rectangulaire Jacob coloris Chevreuse

Arboise Rectangulaire Jacob coloris Chevreuse
    • Picture of the Arboise Rectangulaire Jacob clay tile
      Arboise Rectangulaire Jacob clay tile photo
      A colour for every
      environment
    • Tried and tested

      The Arboise Rectangulaire Jacob tile is a flat interlocking small format tile. Like all Imerys tiles, it is made in France. This model is entirely manufactured at Commenailles in the Jura.

      • Slate
      • Chevreuse
      • Natural Red
      • Rouge Ancien
      • Brown
    • Traditional

      Of recent design, the Arboise Rectangulaire Jacob took its inspiration from the traditional tiles of the region. The form, the camber and the extremely flat front edge of the Arboise Rectangulaire Jacob reproduce exactly the style of the traditional flat tile. The interlock is a modern technique of contemporary roofs, worthy of the latest generation tiles.

    • IMERYS Roof tiles clay tile: Arboise Rectangulaire Jacob
      IMERYS Roof tiles clay tile: Arboise Rectangulaire Jacob
    • clay tiles : the Arboise Rectangulaire Jacob tile
      Clay tiles : the Arboise Rectangulaire Jacob tile
    • Valued

      The Arboise Rectangulaire Jacob is formed from high quality clays. Its reputation and style have done the rest. Today, it is still a popular choice in the east-centre region in both newbuild and renovation.

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General characteristics

Interlock Double
Installation Broken bonded
Maximum gauge 243 to 253 mm
Overall length of tile 320 mm
Overall width of tile 235 mm
Cover width 200 mm
Unit weight per tile 2.2 kg
Coverage/m2 @ max gauge 20
French codes of Practice 40-211
Production sites Commenailles
Tile reference 301
Linear metres of battens/square metre with indication of gauge Gauge of 243mm=4.11 l.m. Gauge of 248mm=4.03 l.m. Gauge of 253mm=3.95 l.m.

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