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H 10

Attractive and economic

H 10 coloris Ardoisé

H 10 coloris Ardoisé
    • Picture of the H 10  clay tile
      H 10 clay tile photo
      A colour for every
      environment
    • A contemporary tile

      The H 10 is a large format, slightly cambered tile produced at St Germer de Fly in Picardy. It is installed in line and , even on a shallow pitch, it ensures perfect watertightness.

      • Slate
      • Burnt Red
      • Gloss Black
      • Natural Red
      • Brown
    • Affordable elegance

      It is popular both for its contemporary look and its reasonable price. The quality of finish and the design are quite outstanding for this price range.

    • IMERYS Roof tiles clay tile: H 10
      IMERYS Roof tiles clay tile: H 10
    • clay tiles : the H 10  tile
      Clay tiles : the H 10 tile
    • A all-rounder

      It is installed in line, and even on a shallow pitch, it ensures perfect watertightness. Particularly easy to lay, it is used both in newbuild and renovation in a very large part of the North-East.

    • A host of accessories

      The H 10 is a large format, slightly cambered tile produced at St Germer de Fly in Picardy. It is installed in line and, even on a shallow pitch, it ensures perfect watertightness.

    • clay tile photo: H 10  IMERYS Roof tiles
      Clay tile H 10 IMERYS Roof tiles photo

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General characteristics

Interlock Double
Installation In line
Maximum gauge from 312mm mini to 388mm maxi
Overall length of tile 465 mm
Overall width of tile 304 mm
Cover width 259 mm
Unit weight per tile 4.3 kg
Coverage/m2 @ max gauge 10 (at gauge of 388mm)
French codes of Practice 40-21
Production sites St Germer de Fly
Tile reference 203
Linear metres of battens/square metre with indication of gauge Minimum gauge of 312mm=3.20 l.m. Average gauge of 350mm=2.86 l.m. Maximum gauge of 388mm=2.58 l.m.

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