An increasingly popular traditional slate specification is “random roofing” or also known as “diminishing courses”.Random slating would enhance a restoration project or creating a stunning aesthetic or visual effect on a brand new building. With sizes larger at the bottom of the roof scape and smaller as it is laid to the ridge, and random widths per course, its rustic appearance complements all architectural designs.
Graphite Random Slate Roofing
Dimensions See Options Available table above Tolerance +/- 2mm Predominant Colour Black, Graphite Packaging Wooden crates, plastic wrap Suitable for Roofs Surface Finish Riven Edges Chipped / Dressed Back Natural Split Material Type Slate (Metamorphic natural stone) Country Of Origin Brazil Port of Loading Rio de Janeiro Application Internal or External Weight 3008 kg/m³ Test Results
A1, S1, T1
Minimum Order Quantity: 21 Tons
Can Be Mixed With Other Materials on the Same Container