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PLATE ECAILLE PRESSÉE 17X27 Ste Foy

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Plate Ecaille Pressée 17x27 Ste Foy coloris Rouge Nuancé

Plate Ecaille Pressée 17x27 Ste Foy coloris Rouge Nuancé
    • Picture of the Plate Ecaille Pressée 17x27 Ste Foy clay tile
      Plate Ecaille Pressée 17x27 Ste Foy clay tile photo
      A colour for every
      environment
    • Good typicity

      The Bullnose Plain 17/27 Ste Foy is a small format clay tile. Its names comes from the fact that it gives the roof a very specific fish scale pattern. Like all other Imerys tiles, the Plate Ecaille Pressee is made in France, in this case, at Ste Foy l'Argentiere in the Rhone valley.

      • Chevreuse
      • Rouge Nuancé
      • Terre De Beauce
    • Distinctive

      Its fish scale shape and regular camber over the whole surface make for a unique appearance.A natural red with multicoloured tints, like the "Chevreuse", the plain fish scale tile is both traditional and original. It is perfectly suited to renovation work. In newbuild, it offers a well-established colour scheme.

    • IMERYS Roof tiles clay tile: Plate Ecaille Pressée 17x27 Ste Foy
      IMERYS Roof tiles clay tile: Plate Ecaille Pressée 17x27 Ste Foy

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General characteristics

Interlock none
Installation Broken bonded
Maximum gauge 90, 95 or 100 mm
Overall length of tile 272 mm
Overall width of tile 170 mm
Cover width 170 mm
Unit weight per tile 1.1 kg
Coverage/m2 @ max gauge 59 to 65 depending on overlap.
French codes of Practice 40-23
Production sites Ste Foy l'Argentière
Tile reference 551
Linear metres of battens/square metre with indication of gauge Minimum gauge of 90mm=11.11 l.m. Average gauge of 95mm=10.53 l.m. Maximum gauge of 100mm=10 l.m.

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