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MARSEILLE

Solerati’s Marseille tile is a versatile and easy to fit tile. It is classified as a flat tile throughout Europe. The Marseille tile can be seen throughout New Zealand with roofs dating back to 1901. These tiles were very strong and are still working as they were designed to do. The name Marseille was first patented in France in 1874 at the same time as the first industrial clay presses. Today, Solerati Marseille tiles have been manufactured with the most technically advanced production company in the world and it would be expected that these tiles will last many hundreds of years from when you crown your property.

An advantage of these tiles compared to others available in New Zealand is there are only 11 tiles per square metre with special pieces.

DATA SHEET
Bonding method
Straight/broken bond
Weight per piece
3.6 Kg
Longitudinal fit
403mm (+/-5mm)
Transversal fit
225mm (+/-1mm)
Units per square metre
11
Weight per square metre
39.6Kg
Dimensions
a 466mm
b 260mm
c 55mm
Water course width
35mm
Minimum head lap
61.5mm
Maximum head lap
71mm
Minimum pitch with underlay
15°
Minimum pitch without underlay
20°

Facility of Assembly

It’s traditional format and its installation through jointed connections, gives a perfect adaptation to the job of restoration.

Double Interlocking

The double interlocking -horizontal and vertical- allows the roof to be more watertight, ensuring its impermeability.

Cost Reduction

It’s large format (11 pcs/m2), its packing in 5 units, as well as its palletizing in 180 and 240 units reduce costs of the roof installation.

Increased Breakage Resistance

Clay composition and perfect press performance make flexion rates higher than even the standard ones.

Design and color variety for modern and vanguard architecture.

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