Concrete roof tiles

A modern roofing material

Concrete roof tiles are robust and durable and have proved their worth on millions of roofs since 1953. They are made from water, sand, cement and pigments. The natural materials are mixed, moulded and dried at around 60 degrees Celsius. Just a few days later the tiles are hard and ready to use. This quick process is also environmentally friendly, as confirmed by the Institute for Applied Ecology in Freiburg.

Concrete roof tiles are extremely strong and are characterized by their frost resistance and light weight. Because there is little variability in their shape, they can be installed very quickly, saving time and money.

Concrete roof tiles have been a tradition at Nelskamp for 60 years, and they are guaranteed for 30 years.

Planum – the flat concrete roof tile

Its smooth form results in a geometric, straight-line roof appearance: the Planum – an "architect's roof tile" – is especially suitable for modern, individual roofs. The underside is profiled so that it achieves high stability despite its smooth visible side.

Planum dark red and deep brown are manufactured at plant Dieburg, freight from-to may apply.

Planum concrete roof tile must be laid in half bond / broken bond as required by the rules of the ZVDH (German Roofers Association).


length 42 cm
width 33.2 cm
tilling width 30 cm
tilling length 31.2 - 34 cm
average tilling length 32.6 cm
need per squaremeter 10 pc.
weight 5.1 kg
roof pitch 25 deg.

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You can find detailed performance declarations for all our locations here.

*Covered length depends on roof pitch.