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AQUITAINE Poudenx

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Aquitaine Poundex coloris Pastel

Aquitaine Poundex coloris Pastel
    • Picture of the Aquitaine Poudenx clay tile
      Aquitaine Poudenx clay tile photo
      A colour for every
      environment
    • A colourful tile

      The Aquitaine Poudenx is an interlocking tile, with a fine profile, typical of an Atlantic façade. It is made at the factory at St Geours d'Auribat in the Landes. Available on special order only

      • Pastel
      • Paysage
      • Natural Red
      • Saintonge
      • Rose
      • Burnt Red
    • Atlantic

      Its hidden headlock and the dimensions of its camber make it typical of an Atlantic façade. This type of canal tile is firmly anchored in the west of France and the Aquitaine Poudenx is certain to be popular for renovation work in the region. The Aquitaine Poudenx is also popular for newbuild as it is guaranteed to fit in with its surroundings.

    • IMERYS Roof tiles clay tile: Aquitaine Poudenx
      IMERYS Roof tiles clay tile: Aquitaine Poudenx
    • clay tiles : the Aquitaine Poudenx tile
      Clay tiles : the Aquitaine Poudenx tile
    • Modern techniques

      The Aquitaine Poudenx takes its interlocking system from the famous Meridional Poudenx. This technical detail considerably improves the installation process. A small detail but one which makes a big difference to professionals.

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General characteristics

Interlock Double
Installation In line
Maximum gauge 375 mm +/- 4 mm
Overall length of tile 455 mm
Overall width of tile 315 mm
Cover width 247 mm +/- 3 mm
Unit weight per tile 4.2 kg
Coverage/m2 @ max gauge 11 (at 375mm gauge)
French codes of Practice 40-21
Production sites St Geours d'Auribat
Tile reference 111
Linear metres of battens/square metre with indication of gauge Minimum gauge of 371mm=2.7 l.m. Average gauge of 375mm=2.67 l.m. Maximum gauge of 379mm=2.63 l.m.

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