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OMEGA 10 Ste Foy

Technically and visually stunning

Oméga 10 Ste Foy coloris Mistral

Oméga 10 Ste Foy coloris Mistral
    • Picture of the Omega 10 Ste Foy clay tile
      Omega 10 Ste Foy clay tile photo
      A colour for every
    • Outstanding quality

      The Omega 10 Ste Foy tile is a large format tile with a bold roll, produced at Quincieux and Ste Foy l'Argentiere in the Rhone valley. Its unique appearance, thanks to its hidden headlock and the pleasing relationship between its bold roll and flat area, make it popular with a wide range of buyers looking for the aesthetics of a genuine canal tile but without the cost implications.

      • Mistral
      • Nuancé Paille
      • Natural Red
      • Rouge Nuancé
      • Terre d'Adhémar
      • Brown
      • Vieilli Nuancé Sur Fond Rouge
      • Vieux Toits
      • Slate
    • Resistant to all testing

      The first clay tile bearing the name NF Montagne and boasting one of the best mechanical resistances on the market, now comes with a new finish for use on lower ground.

    • IMERYS Roof tiles clay tile: Omega 10 Ste Foy
      IMERYS Roof tiles clay tile: Omega 10 Ste Foy
    • Established good looks

      Very easy to install, the Omega 10 offers vertical and lateral tolerance which makes it perfectly adaptable to all roof layouts, both newbuild and restoration. Its extensive range of matching and imaginative accessories(such as ridge fillers or hip foot) only add to the traditional canal tile look.

    • clay tile photo: Omega 10 Ste Foy IMERYS Roof tiles
      Clay tile Omega 10 Ste Foy IMERYS Roof tiles photo


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General characteristics

Interlock Double
Installation In line
Maximum gauge 400 mm ± 10 mm
Overall length of tile 495 mm
Overall width of tile 305 mm
Cover width de 220 mm à 245 mm
Unit weight per tile 4.8 kg
Coverage/m2 @ max gauge 10 (at 400mm gauge)
French codes of Practice 40-21
Production sites Quincieux, Ste Foy l'Argentière
Tile reference 104
Linear metres of battens/square metre with indication of gauge Minimum gauge of 390mm=2.56 linear metre. Average gauge of 400mm=2.5 l.m. Maximum gauge of 410mm=2.44 l.m.



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