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H-SELECTION PLANUM BURGUNDY epitomizes timeless sophistication combined with modern innovation. This highly sought-after tile is favored for its ample dimensions, durability, and lightweight properties. Installation of the Planum roof tile follows the broken bond technique, also known as CROSS BOND.

Technical Specifications

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Planum Roof tile boasts dimensions of A: 441 mm (17.36 inches), B: 278 mm (10.94 inches), and C: 32 mm (1.26 inches), offering a sleek and precise option for roofing projects. With a density of 11 pieces per square meter or 106 pieces, each tile weighs 3.5 kg (7.71 lbs), providing a sturdy and manageable solution for installation. The longitudinal fit allows for variations of up to 370 mm (+6/-44 mm) or 14.57 inches (+0.24/-1.73 inches), while the transversal fit measures 237 mm (9.33 inches), ensuring accurate alignment during installation. Pallets are available in quantities of 240 or 320 units, with respective weights of 840 kg (1,851.94 lbs) or 1120 kg (2,469.2 lbs), offering flexibility for project requirements. Installation follows a broken bond pattern, ensuring structural integrity and a visually appealing finish. It's important to note that the dimensions have an approximate tolerance of +/-2%, and theoretical values for fit may necessitate on-site recalibration with the actual tiles intended for use.

Roof Tiles Features

Outstanding Flatness:
Every Kerala roof tile undergoes individual curing supported by an 'H' mechanism, resulting in exceptional flatness without any contact points.

Superior Definition on Every Piece:
Crafted using gypsum molds, each Kerala roof tile offers impeccable definition and a finer texture, enhancing its overall quality.

Minimal Absorption:
With low absorption properties, Kerala roof tiles exhibit increased resistance to ice and mold formation.

Lifetime Guarantee:
Backed by a 100-year warranty, our commitment to quality manufacturing provides you with peace of mind and showcases the excellence of our Kerala roof tiles.

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