Resin-bonded roof tiles long lasting and the roofing material of the XXI century.
Comparison of resin bonded roof tiles with other materials
Basic distinguishing features and advantages
- Light weight
- Long life
- Easy to fit
- Resistance to aggressive environment
- Resistance to UV (ultra violet) rays
- High frost resistance
- Resistance to high temperature
- Excellent heat insulation
- Excellent noise insulation
- High water resistance
- Fungus resistance
- Low heat/thermal conductivity
- Variations in design and wide colour spectrum
The rooftile most widely used roofing material in Europe. It has been used for
several thousand years, provides maximum ratio of cost, quality, assembly and minimum repair work.
It is long lasting and a prestigious exterior.
By specifying the Britanica resin bonded rooftile you are assured of :
- Excellent design;
- Resistance to every kind of weather;
- Longevity of life;
- A precision product;
- Fire resistance;
- Ease of fitting;
- A minimum of maintenance and repair;
- Attractive appearance;
- An ecologically sound product.
The Britanica resin bonded rooftile has important advantages over the heavier concrete and ceramic rooftiles which are prone to attack by mildew and fungus.
The lighter weight of the resin-bonded rooftile can save on costs for the roof members and the supporting structure. Whilst the inbuilt resistance to mould and fungus can be very important.
If the roof of your house is tiled
with resin bonded tiles “BRITANICA” you can be sure that the next roof repair
will be done by your great grandchildren!
Major technical characteristics of the “BRITANICA” tiles:
- Flexural strength........1.60 kN
- 100% Water resistant
- Temperature range....... From -65°C to +150°C
- Frost resistance....... to minus 100
- Combastibility class....... B2
- Flame penetration group....... PП1
- Acid resistant
- High impact
- Wearability....... 0.2 gr/cm2
- Density....... 1500 kg/m3
- Tile weight...... 2.6 kg per item (23.4 kg/m2)
- Ridge tile weight...... 2.2 kg per item (6.6 kg/running meter)
Tiles are produced by way of pressing the prepared mix out of the above-described components.