The bituminous laminated IKO ArmourShield tile
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The creative and universal covering can be found on the website of the "Shopping Center of Construction Materials and Solid Fuel" company, Odokiyenko's state of emergency. We realize qualitative and practical material.
In assortment there is a bituminous laminated tile. This type of a covering is soft (flexible) structure that makes process of a covering easier.
We give an opportunity to buy a quality tile and available cost. The price a bituminous tile will pleasantly surprise you, and quality will please.
Basic advantages of a bituminous covering – a practicality and creativity. It is caused by the fact that the bituminous tile when laying creates effect of bee honeycombs, and the various choice color din allows to create a unique external exterior.
Are at any time glad to help at the choice of production, and also we will consult in any arisen question.
The price of production depends on quantity, and also from a type of purchase – it is possible to buy goods at retail and wholesale.
You will be able to find additional information about the specified contact information.
Reinforcing of structure of material especially heavy fiberglass increases durability of a tile
Possibility of installation of a bituminous tile and on vertical surfaces
This tile is resistant to strong wind gusts
The tile differs in excellent frost resistance
The bituminous tile of IKO ArmourShield is ideal for roofs of a standard configuration (a bias less than 150)
Length (EN 544)
Width (EN 544)
Weight (inclination> 25 °)
Area of an effective covering of 1 packing
Tiles in packing
Packings on a pallet
Loss of granules (EN 12039)
max 1,2 g
Effort to a gap, longitudinal * direction (EN 12311-1)
1000 N/50 mm
Effort to a gap, cross direction * (EN 12311-1)
700 N/50 mm
Lengthening coefficient, it is longitudinal * (EN 12311-1)
Koeffitsiyet of lengthening, cross * (EN 12311-1)
Effort to a gap nail * (EN 12310-1)
Resistance to wind (testing in the tunnel: inclination 10 °)
up to 220 km/h
DIN 4102/7; PN-B-02872/1996; MSZ. 14800-11; BS 476/3; ZP-2/1991