roofing sheet “corrugation with a capillary groove”
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Corrugation with a capillary groove

390 UAH

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Length: 2000 mm
Width: 870 mm
Thickness: 4.5 mm
Area: S = 1.74 sq. m
Number of corrugations: 9
Corrugation height: 32 mm
Corrugation spacing: 103 mm
Weight:  14.1 + 0.2 kg
Specific gravity: 1.5 kg/l (1 sq.m is 2 times lighter than asbestos cement slate)

Color: red, brown, terracotta

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Product Description

Roofing sheet “corrugation with a capillary groove” is one of 5 kinds of keramoplast roofing sheet profiles produced in our plant.

“Corrugation with a capillary groove” sheets show unique mechanical strength, as well as all the other types of keramoplast. At the same time, they are easy to work with – they are perfectly mounted: keramoplast can be easily cut with any tool and shaped.

Capillary groove is needed to save lateral overlap of roofing sheets. Usually, when attaching a corrugated sheet, a lateral overlap in 2 corrugations is made.

The capillary groove replaces one corrugation when overlapping. As a result, when installing sheets with a capillary groove, the size of one corrugation is saved.

Roofing sheet “corrugation with a capillary groove” is 9 corrugations with the spacing of 103 mm

Roofing sheet with a “corrugation with a capillary groove” profile is available in 3 basic colors: brown, red and terracotta. If necessary, you can order roofing covering of other colors.

Roofing sheet “corrugation with a capillary groove” is used for installation of all types of roofs (single-pitched, double pitch, gable or hipped, mansard, conical, etc.), facing facades of buildings, ancillary facilities (barns, hovels, gazebos, sheds, premises for cattle, etc.), fences, as well as any buildings and structures for the installation of which a resistant, light and easy-to-use sheet material is required.


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