|Product group:||Traditional cladding|
|Date of publishing:||2019-03-11|
|Type:||Object (single object)|
elZinc®'s Pointed Fish Scale Tile has the traditional appearance of tiles seen old zinc turrets, spires and domes.
It is used to form the weathering layer in a fully supported zinc façade or roof, where the tile's simplicity of design can be used in classical architecture, but also modern buildings.
These zinc tiles are suitable for roofs pitched at 45º and above, and for façade work. The zinc tile can be cut, folded and edged just as in traditional zinc work, providing weather-tight joints at the zinc cladding's edges.
Fully supported zinc cladding composed of elZinc® Pointed Fish Scale tiles. The tiles are made of elZinc titanium zinc, 0,65 or 0,7mm thick rolled to EN988 and ASTM B69-13.
The vertical pitch of the tiles if 192mm, the horizontal pitch is 146mm. Cladding weight is 10,9kgs/m2 with 0,7mm thick tiles.
The tiles are overlapped with each other and fixed directly to the wooden substrate (softwood boarding or plywood or OSB sheathing) using two stainless A2 grade fasteners. For buildings that require a non-combustible substrate for the zinc, metal decks are used as a substitute for the wooden sheathing / boarding.
Façade application: The cladding is normally rear-vented behind the supporting sheathing / boarding with a ventilating space of at least 20mm (some countries require more). A simple breather membrane is normally installed between the zinc and the substrate to act as a separating layer.
Roofing application: The roof is either ventilated with a ventilating space of between 50 and 100mm (depending on rafter length) under the substrate, or installed in an unventilated (warm) roof design which includes suitable methods for condensation control. A structural underlay (and draining membrane) is often required under the zinc to ensure air circulation to its underside.
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|Weight Net (Kg):||0.15|
|BIMobject Category:||Walls - Cladding|
|Uniclass 2.0 Code:||SS-25-20-50-95|
|Uniclass 2.0 Description:||Zinc Sheet Cladding Systems|
|NBS Reference Code:||25-20-50-95|
|NBS Reference Description:||Zinc Sheet Cladding Systems|
|CSI MasterFormat 2014 Code:||07 64 00|
|CSI MasterFormat 2014 Title:||Sheet Metal Wall Cladding|
|OmniClass Number:||23-13 37 13|
|OmniClass Title:||Exterior Wall Cladding|
|Application||Wall cladding on flat and curves surfaces, roofing from 45º to 89º pitch|
|Coefficient Of Linear Thermal Expansion||0,000022/ºC|
|Color||elZinc Natural ; elZinc Slate ; elZinc Graphite ; elZincCrystal ; elZinc Lava ; elZinc Oliva ; elZinc Rainbow ; elZinc Protect+ ; elZinc Advance|
|Finish Material||elZinc Natural ; elZinc Slate ; elZinc Graphite ; elZincCrystal ; elZinc Lava ; elZinc Oliva ; elZinc Rainbow ; elZinc Protect+ ; elZinc Advance|
|Form||Pointed fish scale|
|Installation Method||Directly fixed to fully supporting substrate, or closed spaced wooden battens|
|Method of Attachment||Galvanised or stainless steel nails or screws|
|Panel Thickness||0.65 mm — 0.7 mm|
|Sustainability Website URL||https://www.elzinc.es/en/elzinc-international/sustainability/|
|Thickness||0.65 mm — 0.7 mm|
|Wall Cladding Panel Type||Zinc tile|
|Warranty||20 years on the material|
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