Clay roof tiles

Years of experience – Nelskamp clay tiles

Clay roof tiles are a favourite construction material steeped in tradition. The manufacturing process has remained almost unchanged since 1926: the pressed clay tile obtains its final hardness and structure at 1,000 degrees Celsius. Correct installation of the tiles and regular maintenance will ensure that your roof brings you joy for many years to come.

Our manufacturing process is constantly optimized; each technological advance is reflected in the properties of the tiles. Our large-area tiles, for instance, are "hard ceramic", making them particularly frost-resistant.

Nelskamp provides clay roof tiles in a wide range of shapes and colours, from traditional hollow pantiles and fish-scale tiles to low-pitch roof tiles and double-trough tiles. For roofs with individuality and character.

Nibra grooved pantile H 14

The main feature of grooved pantiles is their wide trough. This form is a traditional characteristic of historic roof design. With the H 14 this form of tile is experiencing a renaissance in an expressive format.

(Grooved pantile H 14 straight-cut: delivery time on inquiry; technical data: covered length: approx. 32.5 - 33.0 cm)

length 43.4 cm
width 26.7 cm
tilling width 21.5 cm
tilling length 32.3 - 34.3 cm
average tilling length 33.3 cm
need per squaremeter 13.6 - 14.4 pc.
weight 3.6 kg
roof pitch 22 deg.

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*Covered length depends on roof pitch.