Marley Modern Flat Profile Concrete Interlocking Roof Tiles

Marley Modern Flat Profile Concrete Interlocking Roof Tiles

Product Code MARLCMOD
Material Concrete


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Marley Modern Flat Profile Concrete Interlocking Roof Tiles

The Marley Modern interlocking tile is an economically priced, flat, smooth, single-lap interlocking concrete roof tile with a slate-like appearance enhanced by a broken bond laying pattern.


Technical + -

  • Band quantity: 32
  • Pallet quantity: 192
  • Composition: Concrete
  • Tile Size: 420mm x 330mm
  • Nails: 50mm x 3.35mm Aluminium Clout Nails

Weight + -

  • 50kg/m2 (0.49 kN/m2) at 75mm headlap
  • 54kg/m2 (0.53 kN/m2) at 100mm headlap

Minimum & Maximum Roof Pitch & Headlap + -

  • Minimum pitch (75mm headlap): 22.5 degrees Smooth finish / 30 degrees Granular finish
  • Minimum pitch (100mm headlap)17.5 degrees Smooth finish / 25 degrees Granular finish
  • Maximum pitch: 90 degrees
  • Minimum headlap: 75mm

Coverage + -

  • Cover width: 292mm (nominal)
  • Hanging length: 397mm (nominal)
  • Covering capacity (net): 9.9 tiles/m2 at 75mm headlap / 10.7 tiles/m2 at 100mm headlap

Batten Gauge + -

  • Maximum gauge: 345mm
  • 2.9 lin.m/m2 at 75mm headlap / 3.1 lin.m/m2 at 100mm headlap
  • 38 x 25mm for rafters/supports not exceeding 450mm centres (fixed to BS 5534)
  • 50 x 25mm for rafters/supports not exceeding 600mm centres (fixed to BS 5534)

Tile Size + -

  • 420mm x 330mm
  • Tile thickness 30mm (nominal)

Performance & Conformity + -

  • BS EN 490
  • A+ rating (the lowest environmental impact) in the Building Research Establishment's Green Guide to Specification (element ref: 812410007, 812410018, 812410049)
  • Accredited to the BES 6001 standard for responsible sourcing


  • Excellent covering capacity
  • Quick & easy to lay
  • Slate like appearance


  • Marley Modern roof tiles should be laid broken bond.
  • The required broken bond pattern is created by the introduction of half tiles, to form verges in alternate courses.
  • Half tiles are formed on-site by cutting along the scoreline of Modern half tiles
  • Alternatively half tiles can be fabricated on site from standard Modern roof tiles

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