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Natural Slate CUPA 9 | Cupa Pizarras
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Natural Slate CUPA 9 | Cupa Pizarras

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  • Use

    Roofing and cladding
  • Applications

    Collective building, single family homes, historical buildings, heritage
  • Characteristics

    No colour alteration, sustainable, fire-resistant, waterproof and resistant to ice and extreme weather conditions
  • Format

    Multiple shapes available
  • Sizes

    Between 20x20cm and 60x30cm / Thickness: 4 mm, 5 mm, 6 mm, 7,5 mm and 9 mm
  • Certification

    International Certifications: European Standard: EN 12326, British Standard: BS 680 Part 2

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Cupa Pizarras CUPA 9 is a non-carbonated slate formed by tectonic compression. Grey slate with smooth surface. Split to an average thickness of 4 mm, 5 mm, 6 mm, 7,5 mm and 9 mm.

Origin
Quarry Abejeda, Riofrío de Aliste (Zamora), Spain. Operating since 2001.

Formats

  • Multiple shapes are available.
  • Between 20x20cm and 60x30cm.

Technical specifications

Water absorption 0,35% Code : W1 (< 0,4%)
Contents of carbonate non carbonated 0,43% Fulfill (< 2%)
Mor characteristic Longitudinal 64 MPA
SO2 exposure test S1
Thermal Cycle test T1
Freeze thaw test Fulfill < 0,6%

International certifications

  • European Standard: EN 12326
  • British Standard: BS 680 Part 2

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