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MONOPOLE tile colour Natural Red

MONOPOLE tile colour Natural Red
    • Picture of the Monopole No. 1  clay tile
      Monopole No. 1 clay tile photo
    • Highly recommended

      The Monopole Tile No.1, manufactured at Imerys’ Wardrecques factory in northern France is a traditional single roman interlocking clay roof tile. Economical and versatile, the small modular size of the Monopole makes it ideal for a wide range of refurbishment and new build projects.

      • * Rustic Red
      • Nuancé
      • Natural Red
      • Weathered
      • Vieux Nord
      • Burnt Red
      • Gloss Black
      * On special order only
    • EDILIANS clay tiles : Monopole No. 1
      EDILIANS clay tiles : Monopole No. 1
    • Still popular after more than half a century !

      Matching a tile profile that has been specified in the UK for more than 50 years this tile is still popular particularly in the east of England.

    • A wide range of colours

      With Eight colours this tile will blend into the local environment and as a tried and tested profile is also suitable for refurbishment.

    • clay tile photo: Monopole No. 1  EDILIANS
      Clay tile Monopole No. 1 EDILIANS photo


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General characteristics

Interlock Single
Installation In line
Maximum gauge 241 mm
Overall length of tile 297 mm
Overall width of tile 215 mm
Cover width 189 mm
Unit weight per tile 2 kg
Coverage/m2 @ max gauge 22
French codes of Practice 40-21
Production sites Wardrecques
Tile reference 306
Linear metres of battens/square metre with indication of gauge Gauge of 241mm=4.15 l.m.

Technical characteristics

Quantity per pallet 600
Minimum headlap 59mm
Weight per m2 laid 44,0Kg
Minimum roof pitch 25°
Batten metres/m2 @ max gauge 4,15
Batten sizes  
Rafter Centres 450mm 25 x 38mm
Rafter Centres 600mm 25 x 50mm
Nail size mm 50 x 3.35
Clip 409/48 x 48
English codes of Practice BS5534: 2003



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