SIGA Natural Slate
Application

  • New build projects and the volume developer market.
  • Residential and commercial properties.
  • Heritage or restoration projects.

Description

True T1 (for minimal surface erosion), S1 (for strength after corrosive environment exposure) and W1 (for water absorption) (≤ 0.6%) roofing slate available in four quality ranges.

Features and benefits:

  • Waterproof and fireproof.
  • Resistant to weather extremes.
  • Energy efficient.
  • Strong.
  • Requires minimal maintenance.
  • Durable.
  • Environmentally friendly, with a low carbon footprint.
  • Aesthetically pleasing.
  • Low wastage rates and faster completions.
  • Good continuity and consistency.
  • SIGA Excellence and Specification slates meet NHBC requirements.
  • 30-year warranty available, with a 75-year warranty on the Excellence and Specification ranges.
  • Tested to BS EN 12326:2014.
  • CE marked and complaint to Construction Products Regulations.

Applications:

  • New build projects and the volume developer market.
  • Residential and commercial properties.
  • Heritage or restoration projects.

General information

Size

Uniclass 2015

Pr_25_93_72_56 Natural slatesPrimary

CAWS

H62/105 Roof slating

H62/110 Roof slating with counterbattens

H62/3 Roof slating

H62/5 Roof slating with counterbattens

Specification data - Natural slates

Product Reference

SIGA Natural Slate

Type

Classic

Affordable slates of high overall quality.

Commercial

Workable slates, suited to experienced installation.

Excellence

Fine slate from quarries.

Specification

Broad range of high quality slates.

Size

Consult manufacturer and insert requirements.

Headlap:

Consult manufacturer and insert requirements.

Colour/ Finish

Consult manufacturer and insert requirements.

Fixing

Hook fixing

Nail fixing

Product Options

Headlap:

This will vary according to exposure and roof pitch. Pre-holed at a nominal 90 mm headlap.

Colour/ Finish:

Shades may vary with no two slates ever the same.

Fixing:

Headlaps of 72 mm and 116 mm can be achieved allowing them to be fixed to a variety of roof pitches.

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