Clay tiles with cladding

PLAIN TILE 17X27 Phalempin for cladding

  • Beautiful traditional colours and textures
  • Low 30° roof pitch guarantee
  • Unique anti-capillary channels
  • Comprehensive 30 year durability guarantee
  • Pre-mixed blend options

Description

A powerful tile

The Plain 17/27 Phalempin is produced at Phalempin in Artois.

Steeped in history

The Phalempin site has a long tradition of producing plain tiles. Phalempin's flagship tiles date back to 1860.

An ideal match

Offering a wide range of unique colours, it makes an ideal match in all...

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A powerful tile

The Plain 17/27 Phalempin is produced at Phalempin in Artois.

Steeped in history

The Phalempin site has a long tradition of producing plain tiles. Phalempin's flagship tiles date back to 1860.

An ideal match

Offering a wide range of unique colours, it makes an ideal match in all regions of France.

High performance

In common with other Phalempin tiles, the 17/27 model was designed to guarantee optimum watertightness both in newbuild and for restoration work.

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Specifications

Lenght overall
268 mm
Unit weight in Kg
1.1
Reference
500
Interlock
Single
Laid
Broken bonded
Overall width
168 mm
DTU Implementation
40-23
Tilery
Phalempin
Coverage per m²
From 59 to 65
Nominal gauge
Linear metres of battens per square metre of roof
Working width
Quantity per pallet
1088
Lenght overall
268 mm
Unit weight in Kg
1.1
Reference
500
Interlock
Single
Laid
Broken bonded
Overall width
168 mm
DTU Implementation
40-23
Tilery
Phalempin
Coverage per m²
From 59 to 65
Nominal gauge
Linear metres of battens per square metre of roof
Working width
Quantity per pallet
1088
Lenght overall
268 mm
Unit weight in Kg
1.1
Reference
500
Interlock
Single
Laid
Broken bonded
Overall width
168 mm
DTU Implementation
40-23
Tilery
Phalempin
Coverage per m²
From 59 to 65
Nominal gauge
Linear metres of battens per square metre of roof
Working width
Quantity per pallet
1088
Lenght overall
268 mm
Unit weight in Kg
1.1
Reference
500
Interlock
Single
Laid
Broken bonded
Overall width
168 mm
DTU Implementation
40-23
Tilery
Phalempin
Coverage per m²
From 59 to 65
Nominal gauge
Linear metres of battens per square metre of roof
Working width
Quantity per pallet
1088
Lenght overall
268 mm
Unit weight in Kg
1.1
Reference
500
Interlock
Single
Laid
Broken bonded
Overall width
168 mm
DTU Implementation
40-23
Tilery
Phalempin
Coverage per m²
From 59 to 65
Nominal gauge
Linear metres of battens per square metre of roof
Working width
Quantity per pallet
1088
Lenght overall
268 mm
Unit weight in Kg
1.1
Reference
500
Interlock
Single
Laid
Broken bonded
Overall width
168 mm
DTU Implementation
40-23
Tilery
Phalempin
Coverage per m²
From 59 to 65
Nominal gauge
Linear metres of battens per square metre of roof
Working width
Quantity per pallet
1088
Lenght overall
268 mm
Unit weight in Kg
1.1
Reference
500
Interlock
Single
Laid
Broken bonded
Overall width
168 mm
DTU Implementation
40-23
Tilery
Phalempin
Coverage per m²
From 59 to 65
Nominal gauge
Linear metres of battens per square metre of roof
Working width
Quantity per pallet
1088
Interlock
Single
Laid
Broken bonded
Lenght overall
268 mm
Overall width
168 mm
Unit weight in Kg
1.1
DTU Implementation
40-23
Tilery
Phalempin
Reference
500
Coverage per m²
From 59 to 65
Quantity per pallet
1088
Interlock
Single
Laid
Broken bonded
Overall width
168 mm
DTU Implementation
40-23
Tilery
Phalempin
Coverage per m²
From 59 to 65
Nominal gauge
Linear metres of battens per square metre of roof
Working width
Quantity per pallet
1088

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