Redland Duoplain Concrete Tile


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Redland Duoplain Concrete Tile - Pack of 6


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  • Code: 610111
  • Brand: Redland
  • Availability: Call Us

Product Information

DuoPlain combines the classic proportions and good looks of traditional plain tiles with all the time and cost-saving benefits of a modern, large-format interlocking tile.

Engineered for strength, ease of handling and ease of installation, it fulfils the three main demands of a modern roofing site. Available in seven popular colours and a full range of matching fittings and accessories.

Available Colours:

  • 610111: Tuscan Red
  • 610138: Flame Red
  • 610140: Rustic Brown
  • 610145: Rustic Black
  • 610164: Blue
  • 610177: Charcoal Grey
  • 610178: Rustic Red


DuoPlain Tiles conform to BS EN 490: 2011 Concrete roofing tiles and fittings for roof covering and wall cladding - Product Specifications.


DuoPlain Tiles have been rigorously tested in our wind tunnel where combinations of high wind and driving rain are used to determine the tile performance with respect to wind loading and weathertightness. Tiles will meet all the requirements of BS 5534: 2014 Code of practice for slating and tiling (including shingles), providing our fixing recommendations are complied with.

Technical Details

Size 268 x 330 mm
Minimum Pitch 25°
Maximum Pitch 90° subject to fixing specification
Minimum Headlap 80 mm
Maximum Headlap 95 mm
Minimum Gauge 173 mm
Maximum Gauge 188 mm
Tile Thickness 17 mm
Hanging Length 245 mm approx
Linear Cover of 1 Tile 300 mm
Covering Capacity (net) 17.7 tiles/m2 at max gauge
Laid Weight 54 kg/m2 at max gauge
Weight per 1000 Tiles 3.04 tonnes approx
Weight per Pallet 0.9 tonnes approx
Battens Required 5.26 m/m2
Batten Size 38 x 25 mm
50 x 25 mm
rafter centres up to 450 mm
rafter centres up to 600 mm
Nail & Screw Sizes* 45 x 3 mm
45 x 3.35 mm
38 x 4.2 mm
Aluminium Alloy
Stainless Steel Ring Shank
Stainless Steel Screws
Tiles per Pallet 288
Tiles per Pack 6
Packs per Pallet 48


  • All tiles must be laid broken bond with a three-quarter tile offset, normally from right to left. On gable to gable roofs, lay tiles so the eaves course starts with a standard tile and finishes with a LH Verge Tile
  • Tiles must be hung on their nibs
  • It is always advised that tiles are laid at mid shunt, although the precise roof details may require tiles to be laid more open or closed
  • When laid at mid shunt, tiles will have +3 / -2 mm of shunt to provide laying flexibility
  • At right hand verges use standard tiles and RH Verge Tiles in alternate courses
  • At hips and valleys use standard tiles for raking cuts with Half Tiles used elsewhere in the course, often the penultimate tile in the course, to enable this
  • At side abutments, allow for a cover flashing and secret gutter
  • Individual tiles can be nailed, clipped or nailed & clipped
  • Always refer to FixMaster for a BS 5534-compliant fixing specification
  • When clipping verges, both left-hand and right-hand perimeter tiles must be clipped

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