Ultratile is Britmet Lightweight Roofing’s most popular profile for the Leisure Homes, including Park Homes, Stables, Chalets & Camping Pods. The traditional pantile profile is available in a range of 7 colours, to compliment any building.
The 0.45mm and Anti-vandal 0.9mm thickness are made from a high quality Aluzinc steel, pressed into a classic pantile profile. Each tile is equivalent to eight traditional conventional tiles and can be fixed to roof pitches as low as 10°. Only 2.18 tiles per m², speed of installation is massively improved, reducing expensive installation costs.
Britmet’s lightweight ultratile system is a stand out choice for your roofing project. Manufactured in the West Midlands at our factory in Tipton, allows for fast delivery times. The ultratile is a fully dry fix system, maintenance free and has an extensive range of accessories to suit all installation requirements.
Features & Benefits
- Designed to give a traditional tile appearance
- Lightweight roof panel
- Minimum pitch 10°
- Good vandal resistance (0.9mm steel base)
- Easy to handle
- Offers reduced sub-structure
- Quick installation
- Less labour intensive
- Cost effective
- Maintenance fee
- Extensive range of accessories and flashings available
- Fully dry-fixed
- Guaranteed for 40-years against weathering
Min. pitch: 10 °
Max. pitch: 90°
Overall width: 1308mm
Cover width: 1248mm
Side lap: 60mm
Batten gauge (0.45mm): 370mm
Individual tile width: 156mm
Roof cover per tile panel: 0.46m2
Slate panels per m2: 2.18
Steel base: 0.45mm
Weight as laid per m2: 7kg & 11kg
Base coat: Acrylic resin
Top coat: Stone granules with clear acrylic overglaze
Colours available: Titanium grey, Bramble Brown, Tartan Green, Rustic Terracotta
Chemical resistance: Unaffected by normal pollution
Biological resistance: Non toxic fungicide incorporated
Fire Resistance: AA classification equal to traditional roof tiles and slates
Fixings: The contractor shall utilise the roofing manufacturers recommended fixings and sealant
Ventilation: Roof ventilation should meet recommendations of Building Regulations 1991 (amended ‘92, ‘94). Approved Document F2 1995 ‘Condensation in roofs', BS 5250# 1989' Control of condensation'.
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