Modern Concrete Interlocking Tile

An elegant flat profile that greatly enchances a contemporary minimalist roof line

Advantages
  • A highly cost-effective alternative to natural slate
  • Clean and precise slate-like appearance with the strength and durability of a concrete interlocking tile
  • A large choice of aesthetic colours and finishes including Rustic, Antique, STandard Trough-colour and Marley M22-coated premier concrete roof tile finish
  • Also available in multicolour Designer Range
    The Marley Modern concrete interlocking tile is a flat, smooth, single-lap interlocking design with a slate-like appearance enhanced by a broken bond laying pattern.

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    Size of Tile

    420 x 332mm

    Minimum Pitch

    16ᴼ (22.5ᴼ for Rafters/Trusses lengths exceeding 8m and up to 10m)

    Maximum Pitch

    55ᴼ (Above maximum pitch consult Marley Roofing)

    Minimum Headlap

    100mm for rafter lengths up to 10m.

    Maximum Gauge

    320mm

    Cover Width

    291mm (nominal at lock mid shuffle position)

    Covering Capacity

    10,8 tiles/m² (net)

    Weight of Tiling

    + - 56kg/m²

    Battens Required

    3.13 lin.m/m²

    Batten Size Recommended

    38 x 38mm for rafters/supports not exceeding 760mm centres
    38 x 50mm (batten fixed flat) for rafters/supports not exceeding 900mm centres
    38 x 50mm (batten on edge) for rafters/supports not exceeding 1 000mm centres

    Note: Above 760mm the rafter spacing can be increased only with engineer-designed trusses and with 38 x 50mm batten of the correct grade. All structural timber must comply with S.A National Standards.

    Tile Nails

    50mm Corrosion-resistant tile fixing nails

    Hanging length

    392mm (nominal)




    Additional Notes

    Use broken-bond practice only!

    Marley Radiant Barrier is compulsory for pitches below 26 degrees in all cases and Radiant Barrier or Undertile Membrane is compulsory for any pitch above 26 degrees and in all cases

    Ensure that all battening is in an absolute level plane.

    On exposed sites and at rafter lengths exceeding 8m the tile headlap must be increased to 120mm. However, increased headlap is not as effective as a steeper pitch.

    Due to natural variations in the raw materials and the occasional occurrence of efflorescence on concrete products, absolute colour uniformity on the roof cannot be guaranteed with Standard Through colour tiles.

    All tiling and fixing to comply with SANS 10062 and 10400L code of practice.

    Here at Marley Roofing, we are always on hand to offer practical and experienced support