The Highland is a traditional flat roof tile with a mock joint, which gives the appearance of small slates or tiles when they are laid broken bonded.
|418mm x 330mm||5.4kg||30mm|
|Minimum Headlap||Maximum Gauge|
|Minimum Pitch||Maximum Pitch|
|75mm headlap – 22.5°||60°|
|100mm headlap – 17.5°|
|(subject to Fixing Specification)|
|Cover Width||Nail Size|
|298mm||50mm x 3.35mm Aluminium Nails|
|Tile Clip||Batten Size|
|Commercial Range Tile Clip
fixed with a 65 x 3.35mm nail
|50 x 25mm
for rafters not exceeding 600mm c/c
|Covering Capacity (Tiles /m²)||Weight of Tilling (kg / m²)|
|75mm headlap – 9.8 Tiles /m²||75mm headlap – 45 kg / m²|
|100mm headlap – 10.6 Tiles /m²||100mm headlap – 49 kg / m²|
Packaging & Pallet Quantities
|Tiles Per Pallet||Weight of Pallet|
|Tiles Per Band||Weight of Band|
All Russell Roof Tiles are manufactured in accordance with the requirements of BS EN 490 “Concrete Roof Tiles and Fittings-Product specifications” and BS EN 491 “Concrete Roof Tiles and Fitting-Test Methods”.
Each one of Russell’s tiles are made from the hard-wearing material concrete. The tiles provide excellent thermal insulation from heat, between the roof tile and ceiling, especially during summer months and protect the underlying membrane from deterioration. In cold climates, concrete roof tiles work against snow, ice accumulation and help retain heat as opposed to clay roof tiles, which can crack and damage easily in cold weather.