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Ultratile

Britmet Lightweight Roofing

A Lightweight steel tile panel system which is designed to give a pantile profile, for the use on conventional steel or timber roof structures with a minimum low pitch of 10 - 90 degrees.

Available in two thicknesses, 0.45 mm and 0.9 mm (anti-vandal) from high grade aluzinc or pre-coated galvanised steel in a range of six granulated finishes and six chic (smooth) finishes.

Each tile covers 0.46 m2 and weighs only 7.2 kgm2 for the 0.45 mm steel tile and 10.8 kgm2 for the 0.9 mm metal tile. The 0.9 mm metal panel gives added security and safety for applications that may require heavy foot traffic and protection from vandalism.

British manufactures to suit UK roof profiles.

Slate 2000

Britmet Lightweight Roofing

For sealing the top and side courses of tiles. For projects with a hip and dual pitch and compatible with the Britmet Slate 2000 profile. Manufactured to the highest standards.

With a length of 1.25 m the Slate 2000 ridge and hip flashing are dry fixed and extremely fast to install.

Profile 49

Britmet Lightweight Roofing

A British manufactured lightweight metal roof tile designed to give a square profile 49 finish.

Ideal for use on a conventional steel or timber structures with a minimum pitch of 10 - 90 degrees.

This lightweight steel panel system overs 0.48 m2 per panel and is manufactured in two different thicknesses, 0.45 mm and 0.9 mm (anti-vandal) it only weighs 7 kg per m2 for 0.45 mm and 11 kgm2 for our heavy duty anti-vandal 0.9 mm version, ideal for areas of vandal concern and high foot traffic.

Available in a range of six granulated finishes and 6 chic (smooth) finishes

Diamond slates

Cembrit Ltd

Fibre cement slates reminiscent of the original ‘red diamond’ slates first used in the first half of the 20th century.

CUPA 25 - Blue black slate

Cupa Pizarras

Non-carbonated natural slate formed by tectonic compression. Blue Black natural slate with thin laminations and a smooth surface. Split to an average thickness of 3.75 mm, 5 mm, 7 mm and 9 mm.

If you add our exhaustive quality control, our traditional know-how and the constant search for new, more efficient and sustainable production processes to its extraordinary natural properties, you get a truly unique material – CUPA PIZARRAS’ natural slate.

Origin: Quarry Chano Castiello. Benuza (León) Spain.
Operating since 1991, Production: 5.000 tm/year.

Sizes (5 mm average thickness)

  • 50 x 25 cm

Selections: R Excellence, H, Natural

 

CUPA 14 - Dark grey slate

Cupa Pizarras

Non-carbonated natural slate formed by tectonic compression. Dark grey natural slate with thin laminations and a riven surface. Split to an average thickness of 5 mm, 6.5 mm, 7.5 mm and 9 mm.

If you add our exhaustive quality control, our traditional know-how and the constant search for new, more efficient and sustainable production processes to its extraordinary natural properties, you get a truly unique material – CUPA PIZARRAS’ natural slate.

Origin: Quarry Las Fuentes. Benuza (León) Spain. Operating since 1985, Production: 5.000 tm/year.

Sizes (7.5 mm average thickness)

  • 40 x 20 cm
  • 40 x 25 cm
  • 50 x 25 cm
  • 30 x 20 cm

Selections: Heavy

CUPA 17 - Blue black slate

Cupa Pizarras

Non-carbonated natural slate formed by tectonic compression. Blue black natural slate with non rusting metallic particles and thin laminations. Split to an average thickness of 3.5 mm, 4.5 mm and 7.5 mm.

If you add our exhaustive quality control, our traditional know-how and the constant search for new, more efficient and sustainable production processes to its extraordinary natural properties, you get a truly unique material – CUPA PIZARRAS’ natural slate.

Origin: Quarry Trevinca. Casayo, Paraje de Rozadais (Orense), Spain.
Operating since 1960, production 10.000 tm/year.

Sizes (5 mm average thickness) 

  • 50 x 25 cm

Selections: R Excellence, H, Natural

CUPA 4 - Blue black slate

Cupa Pizarras

Non-carbonated natural  slate formed by tectonic compression. Blue black natural slate with thin laminations and a smooth surface. Split to an average thickness of 3.75 mm, 5 mm and 7.5 mm.

If you add our exhaustive quality control, our traditional know-how and the constant search for new, more efficient and sustainable production processes to its extraordinary natural properties, you get a truly unique material – CUPA PIZARRAS’ natural slate.

Origin: Quarry Armadilla. Benuza (León) Spain. Operating since 1968, Production: 28.000 tm/year.

Sizes (5 mm average thickness)

  • 50 x 20 cm

Selections: R Excellence, H, Natural

Sizes (6.5 mm average thickness)

  • 50 x 25 cm

Selections: R Excellence, H, Natural

Sizes (7.5 mm average thickness)

  • 40 x 20 cm
  • 40 x 25 cm
  • 50 x 25 cm
  • 30 x 20 cm

Selections: Heavy

Ludlow Major

Marley Ltd

A single lap interlocking tile with a profile giving simple but strong lines.

Ashmore

Marley Ltd

A single lap interlocking tile designed to replicate small format slate roofing.

Wessex

Marley Ltd

A single lap interlocking tile designed for use on low pitched roofs.

Duo Edgemere

Marley Ltd

A single lap interlocking concrete roof slate designed to replicate small format slates.

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