Interlocking Clay Roof Tiles Have Large Format

Marley Eternit's Maxima and Melodie large-format interlocking clay roof tiles

Marley Eternit’s Maxima and Melodie large-format interlocking clay roof tiles

Marley Eternit has launched two large-format interlocking clay roof tiles, which offer the aesthetic qualities of clay, together with the time and cost-saving benefits of interlocking tiles. The new tiles—Maxima and Melodie—are available in Natural Red and can be used at low minimum pitches for greater design flexibility.

Maxima is an interlocking double roman clay tile, with an open gauge so that it can be easily fixed on the roof and doesn’t require any complicated fittings. The tile gives a high coverage rate of 10.1 tiles per square meter, saving installation time and cost.

The Melodie is an interlocking clay pantile which has a traditional appearance, but has one of the lowest minimum pitches in the roofing industry at 12.5 degrees. The robust design of the interlock allows the roof tile to go down to a very low pitch, but the tile also has a flexible gauge so that it can be fixed easily. This low pitch clay pantile gives designers and contractors greater flexibility and is ideal for refurbishments or new builds. The natural red Melodie has a covering capacity of 13.8 tiles per square meter at the maximum gauge and gives a traditional, classic pantile appearance.

Both tiles have been extensively tested for wind driven rain and can be used with Marley Eternit’s Universal accessories, that are not only completely dry fix but can be used to provide ventilation.

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