Spanish ASA Synthetic Roof Tile

Spanish Style ASA Synthetic Resin Tile

The main material used in the manufacturing of the Spanish Style ASA Roof Tile is acquired form SABIC, one of the Global 500 companies.  ASA is a ternary polymer co-extruded by three kinds of materials at one time:  Acrylonitrile, Styrene and Acrylate.

ASA has outstanding corrosion resistance and anti-UV performance, which provides our ASA Roofing tiles with long term colour stability and long service life.  This product is environmentally friendly and resistant to water, fire and weather.  It has good heat and sound insulation performances. The Spanish ASA Roof Tile can withstand strong winds and earthquakes, and their light weight ensures easy installation.

Features:

  • 10 Years No Colour Fading
  • Excellent Corrosion Resistance
  • Excellent Anti-UV Performance
  • Heat & Sound Insulation
  • Resistant to Water, Fire and Weather
  • Easy Installation
  • Light Weight
  • Available in various Designs
  • Special Long Lifespan

30 Years Quality Guarantee

Applications:

This material is ideal for reconstructing flat roofs into pitched roofs. Common uses include residential and commercial buildings such as Holiday Villas, Prefabricated Houses, General Houses, Carports, Stadiums, Mobile Homes, etc.

  

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Considerations for Installation:

  1. Choice for Purlins can be Square Tubing (60 x 40 x 3 mm), Section Steel (100 x 50 x 20 x 3 mm) or Anti-Corrosive Flitch (60 x 40 mm)
  2. Purlins are arrange from bottom to top, 660 mm apart
  3. Refer to the local wind direction and install the main tile in the reverse direction. Erect a tile wave on both sides at the same time.  When installing the main ridge tiles, cut a part of the first ridge tile before installing.
  4. When installing, the joining space between the main ridge tile and the tilted ridge tiles should be sawed even. Install the main ridge tile and the diagonal tile before installing the three-way tile.
  5. To fix the tiles to the purlins, drill a hole that is 2 mm bigger than the lead screw of the hook nail with an electrical drill first.
  6. It is recommended to use tapping screws and the special waterproof accessories to ensure the roof is waterproof.

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