Imerys Beauvoise Clay Interlocking Roof Tile
The Imerys Beauvoise Clay Interlocking Roof Tile is manufactured at Imerys′ St Germer de Fly factory in northern France, is a small module interlocking clay roof tile. Designed to be laid broken bonded they are an economical alternative to concrete plain tiles and clay plain tiles.
Its finesse, format and design offer modern good looks that are well suited to buildings both new and old.
Its pure lines, its straight, fine front edge and its reduced thickness bring unrivalled good looks.
A small elegant interlocking plain tile or slate,with an attractive thin leading edge, the Beauvoise provides a cost effective solution with flexible roofing applications both as a plain tile or clay slate. For practical reasons each tile has been designed with two blind nail holes to enable ease and speed of fixing with excellent mechanical resistance to facilitate pedestrian access with exceptional driven rain performance in high exposure areas with no change in headlap at roof pitches down to 22.5° minimum.
The Beauvoise is an innovative modern tile and has proved to be a natural alternative for new build or renovation projects with maintenance free dry fix options, available in four distinctive appealing colours.
Maximum gauge – 245mm
Overall length of tile – 322 mm
Overall width of tile – 235 mm
Cover width – 200 mm
Minimum headlap – 68mm
Unit weight per tile – 2.2 kg
Coverage/m2 @ max gauge – 20.5
Minimum roof pitch – 22.5°
Weight per m2 laid – 45,1Kg
Batten metres/m2 @ max gauge – 4,08
Rafter Centres 450mm – 25 x 38mm
Rafter Centres 600mm – 25 x 50mm
Nail size mm – 50 x 3.35
English codes of Practice – BS5534: 2003