Marley Concrete Plain Roof Tile

Marley Concrete Plain Roof Tile

Product Code MARLCP
Material Clay


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Marley Concrete Plain Roof Tile

The authentic, traditional design of the Marley Eternit Plain tile gives it the looks to match its outstanding versatility.

This range of tiles is especially suitable for details such as dormers, eyebrows and conical roofs as well as vertical cladding, and is available in both smooth face and granular finishes and the choice of 9 attractive colours.


Technical + -

  • Quantity per pallet: 900
  • Pack sizes: 10
  • Material: Concrete
  • Tile nails: 38mm x 2.65mm Aluminium ring shank

Weight + -

  • Weight as laid: 73.8kg per m/2 (roof) / 58kg m/2 (vertical)
  • Weight per 1000: 1.23 tonnes
  • Weight per tile: 1.23kg

Minimum Roof Pitch & Headlap + -

  • Minimum pitch: 35 degrees
  • Maximum pitch: 90 degrees
  • Minimum headlap: 65mm (roof) / 37.5mm (vertical)

Batten & Gauge + -

  • Maximum gauge: 100mm (roof) / 115mm (vertical)
  • Battens per m/2: 10 linear metres at 100mm gauge (roof) / 8.7 linear metres at 115mm gauge (vertical)
  • Batten size: 38 x 25mm for rafters/supports not exceeding 600mm centres:

Coverage + -

  • Coverage: 60 tiles m/2 at 100mm gauge (roof) / 53 tiles m/2 at 115mm gauge (vertical)
  • Cover Width: 168mm
  • Hanging length: 246mm

Tile Size + -

  • Size of tile: 265mm x 165mm

Performance + -

  • Tested for resistance to wind driven rain
  • Meets the requirements of BS 5534 with respect to wind loading


  • At eaves, use double courses with purpose made Eaves/Top Tiles for the undercourse.
  • At verges and abutments to maintain broken bond, use standard Plain Tiles and Tile-and-a-halves in alternate courses.
  • Adjacent to hips, valleys and angles use Tile-and-a-halves. At side abutments, allow for stepped flashing and soakers.
  • At top courses use double courses with purpose made Eaves/Top Tiles for the top course.
  • For Winchester Cuts use two Tile-and-a-halves per course.
  • Winchester Cut detail must not be used to abut roof pitches below 40 degrees or in exposed locations. In these cases soldier or double soldier courses must be used.
  • Should be fixed to comply with the revised British Standard for Slating and Tiling BS 5534: 2014, NHBC Technical Standards (where applicable) and BS 8000: Part 6: the British Standard Code of practice for workmanship on building sites.

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