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|Product description||Unit of Measure||Unit Price|
|Accord Brit-Tile Plastisol 0.5mm (Standard Colours)||LM||£12.53+VAT(£15.04 inc VAT)|
|Accord Brit-Tile Plastisol 0.5mm Anthracite/Black/Terracotta||LM||£14.65+VAT(£17.58 inc VAT)|
(Prices do not include delivery)
Accord BritTile, tile effect steel roofing is a modern design that compliments our more traditional looking WaveTile range. Made from high quality galvanised steel with a PVC Plastisol coating Accord BritTile offers a guarantee to first maintenance of up to 15 years.*
BritTile has a cover width of one meter and is available in slate blue and terracotta as standard.
*15 years for inland, 10 years for coastal areas.
Profile: Accord BritTile
Purlin centres* 0.666m (two full tiles)
Min recommended roof pitch 14°
Cover width: 1000mm
Profile height: 19mm
Available gauges: 0.5mm only
Cut to size (min 0.800m - max 6.000m)
Approx lead time: 7 to 10 working days
PVC Plastisol coated sheeting is a very high quality galvanised steel sheet with a primer paint and final layer of PVC Plastisol coating resulting in a very durable end product that doesn't fade or scratch easily.
200µm durable, abrasion-resistant topcoat
Leathergrain embossed finish
Wide colour range
Galvanised substrate to BS EN 10346:2009 and primed undercoat offering excellent corrosion resistance
Manufacturers coating guarantee of up to 25 years to first maintenance*
*20 years for coastal areas (some colours 10 to 15 years see colours tab for more details)
|Finish property||Unit of measure||Value||Test standard|
|Nominal organic coating thickness||(µm)||200||EN13523-1|
|Abrasion resistance (Taber, 250 rev, 1kg)||(mg)||<12||EN13523-16|
|Flexibility (reverse impact)||(J)||≥18||EN13523-5|
|Adhesion (cross hatch)||(%)||100 Pass||EN13523-6|
|Minimum bend radius||(T)||0 T@16°C||EN13523-7|
|Max continuous operating temp.||(°C)||60|
|Reaction to fire||Class 0||BS476 part 6 & 7|
|Resistance to fire||Class AA||BS476 part 3|
The figures contained in this table are typical for solid colours and do not constitute a specification.