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    For the ones wishing nostalgia...

    Pantile (Alaturka) Tile, known as one of the oldest tiles used in restorations, preserves the aesthetics of roofs for many years with its renewed clamped design. Kılıçoğlu Pantile (Alaturka) Tile, whose design and patent belongs entirely to Kılıçoğlu, makes a difference with its clamped structure compared to similar products. With Micro clay Technology, Pantile (Alaturka) Tile, which has a smooth and high strength, provides a solution to the problem of slipping of tiles on the roof with special parts on both sides. These pieces serve as clamps in Pantile (Alaturka) Tile. While these sidepieces of the new Pantile (Alaturka) Tile, patented by Kılıçoğlu, ensure that the tiles adhere to each other on the roof, they also facilitate the application for the masters. With its new design, Kılıçoğlu Pantile (Alaturka) adds life to the life of buildings by preserving the original texture of buildings that have defied years in building restorations.

    Technical Features

    Dimension (cm)mensions (inch) 16x19x41cm (±%2)
    Dimension (inch) 6.29x7.48x16.14 inch (±%2)
    Weight 3000gr (±100gr)
    use 28 Pcs/m²
    Endurance 400 Kgf (±20kgf)
    Per 20 'container 6144 pcs
    Per Pallet 256 pcs
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    • 1- With the part added to both sides, the application and sliding problem is solved. These parts serve as clamps in Pantile (Alaturka) Tile.
    • 2- Since it does not have a channel structure, it has the advantage of flexible flooring especially in round roofs. It is a nostalgic tile, especially preferred in restorations.
    • 3- The nail holes are designed to be water-proof.
    • 4- Its smooth surface makes it difficult to hold dust and dirt.
    • 5- With its wide curvature, a deeper wavy and aesthetic appearance is created in the general texture of the roof.

    • 1. Slats in squat tiles are used on hot roofs - in the case of using İZOÇATI - as seen in the section on the side, firstly, in order to fix the underlying tiles, they should be made by 2.2 or 2.5 cm from axis to axis at 33.6cm intervals. horizontal slats are nailed in height. Vertical lath is applied to fix the upper tiles perpendicular to the eaves line and to prevent the tiles from sliding left and right.
    • 2. The axis-to-axis distance between two laths in the vertical should be 16.5 or 17 cm when the lath thickness is 5 x 5 cm. When the lath width is 2.5 cm and the height is 8 cm, the distance between the two laths should be 22 cm.
    • 3. Before the double lath on the cold roofs and before the under-tile waterproofing - Çatıser - it is necessary to install condensation laths of 2.2 or 2.5 perpendicular to the eaves to protect the waterproofing cover. After the waterproofing is laid on these vertical laths, the double lath in the first item is passed.
    • 4. Laying is started from the eaves. The lower tiles are lined with narrow mouths facing the eaves, and the upper tiles towards the eaves with their wide mouths facing the eaves. It should be noted that the tiles are 8 cm above each other in the line. All tiles should be fixed with laths with nails, screws, hooks or wire.
    • 5. When tiles are laid on rafters roof covering (continuous covering such as wood or OSB), it is necessary to ventilate the bottom of the tiles. Deformation may occur on the lower surfaces of the tiles that are not ventilated due to condensation. 50 cm in cold roofs to provide ventilation under tiles. vertical lathing process is done in intervals, and channelled insulating plate should be used in hot roofs. In order to complete the circulation of the air under the tile, an insulation tape open to steam is used under the ridge.

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