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|Product description||Unit of Measure||Unit Price|
|Accord Wavetile 0.5mm Plastisol 1100mm Cover (Standard Colours)||LM||£12.53+VAT(£15.04 inc VAT)|
|Accord Wavetile 0.5mm Plastisol 1100mm Cover Anthracite/Terracotta||LM||£14.65+VAT(£17.58 inc VAT)|
(Prices do not include delivery)
Accord WaveTile steel roof sheets are lightweight and simple to fit making it an ideal product for over roofing and flat to pitch roof conversions.
Maintenance free and aesthetically appealing, Accord WaveTile is an ideal product for schools, hospitals and other public buildings.
Due to it's 1100mm cover width Accord WaveTile is used in the construction of static homes and caravans by a majority of the leading UK manufacturers.
For this reason Accord WaveTile is an excellent choice for replacing existing roofing on static caravans.
Profile: Accord WaveTile
Purlin centres* 0.690m (two full tiles)
Min recommended roof pitch 14°
Cover width: 1100mm
Profile height: 24mm
Available gauges: 0.5mm only
Cut to size (maximum length 5m)
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.