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BEAUVOISE 20

Timeless and elegant

BEAUVOISE tile colour Slate

BEAUVOISE tile colour Slate
    • Picture of the Beauvoise 20  clay tile
      Beauvoise 20 clay tile photo
      A colour for every
      environment
    • AN ECONOMICAL ALTERNATIVE TO PLAIN TILES OR SLATE

      The Imerys Beauvoise 20 Interlocking Roof Tile, 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. The clay slate version is a natural option to man-made and other slates.

      • Slate
      • Burnt Red
      • Terre De Beauce
      • Vallée De Chevreuse
    • For new build and reroofing

      Designed to be laid broken bonded; they are an economical alternative to concrete plain tiles and clay plain tiles. The clay slate version is a natural option to man-made and other slates.

      Dry fixing is recommended at ridges, hips and verges. A wide range of matching accessories is available to complete a traditional roof design to conform with current standards.

    • clay tile photo: Beauvoise 20  IMERYS Roof tiles
      Clay tile Beauvoise 20 IMERYS Roof tiles photo

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General characteristics

Interlock Double
Installation Broken bonded
Maximum gauge 245mm
Overall length of tile 322 mm
Overall width of tile 235 mm
Cover width 200 mm
Unit weight per tile 2.2 kg
Coverage/m2 @ max gauge 20,5
French codes of Practice 40-211
Production sites St Germer de Fly
Tile reference 302
Linear metres of battens/square metre with indication of gauge Average gauge of 245mm=4.08 l.m.

Technical characteristics

Quantity per pallet 480
Minimum headlap 68mm
Weight per m2 laid 45,1Kg
Minimum roof pitch 22.5°
Batten metres/m2 @ max gauge 4,08
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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