Plain roof tile HAWKINS

plain roof tile
plain roof tile
plain roof tile
plain roof tile
plain roof tile
plain roof tile
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265 mm (10 in)


165 mm (6 in)


Heritage, quality and versatility. • A heritage brand that offers market-leading performance at a great price. • Available in a range of five dazzling colours, they’re an ideal solution for a range of roofing projects. • This range includes the unique Fired Sienna weathered effect finish option. • Certified 'excellent' for BES 6001 • A range of complementary fittings and accessories A distinctive range of 5 colours that add character and have a lasting beauty improving with each passing season. Experiencing the vast variety of textures and colours that our roof tiles provide up close can guide you in the decision-making process when selecting roof coverings. Our efficient sample service can help you in this process. The Hawkins single camber range offers unrivalled performance and versatility, thanks to an astounding 30° minimum pitch capability. Made using the most modern firing techniques, this high-quality and versatile clay plain tile also provides great value for money. Accreditation to the BES 6001 Framework Standard for Responsible Sourcing means that projects using our clay tiles can get extra credits under BREEAM. Hawkins may be a brand with over 150 years of heritage, but they’re still at the cutting edge of clay roof tile technology. Size of Tile 265mm x 165mm Minimum Pitch 30° Maximum Pitch 90° Minimum Headlap 65mm (roof) 37.5mm (vertical) Maximum Gauge 100mm (roof) 115mm (vertical) Cover Width 165mm (nominal) Covering Capacity 60 tiles/m² at 100mm gauge (roof) 53 tiles/m² at 115mm gauge (vertical) Weight of Tiling 64kg/m² (0.63 kN/m²) at 100mm gauge (roof) 56g/m² (0.55 kN/m²) at 115mm gauge (vertical)


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