Profile 6, Apron Flashing Piece, Fibre Cement, Natural Grey
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- Coverage - 1066mm
- Profile - Profile 6 Asbestos/Fibre Cement
- Material - Fibre Cement
- Colour - Natural Grey
- CE Cert - CE/FP/001
- Weight - 7.333kg
- Profile 6, Apron Flashing Piece, Fibre Cement, Natural Grey
- Used to flash Profile 6 sheeting to a wall in a Lean-Too style roof.
- Flashed flat against the wall and profiled on top of the sheet.
- Fibre Cement is most commonly fitted to agricultural and industrial roofs as well as garages.
- Available right handed only with an 120 deg.bend
- Southern Sheeting also supply Fibre Cement Sheets in both Profile 3 and Profile 6, Ridges, External Corners as well as fixings into Timber and Steel, including Hookbolts.
- Long lasting Fibre Cement (life expectancy of 25 years)
- Perfect for sealing a Lean-Too style roof to existing wall/cladding
- Fibre Cement does not condensate
- Etex Fibre Cement is semi compressed, meaning it can absorb more moisture than other Fibre Cement sheets
- Durable, rust and rot resistant to any chemical influence
- Natural acoustic and thermal insulation
- The ONLY British manufacturer of Fibre Cement products
- We stock all Fibre Cement sheets, accessories and fixings
- Natural Grey is a neutral colour
What is an Apron Flashing?
An apron flashing is designed specifically for Lean-Too style roofs, they match with the profile of the sheet on one end, the other end leaves a flat edge for you to flash to a wall or cladding at the back.
What profiles are available?
This is available in Profile 3 & Profile 6
What material is this?
Semi-compressed Fibre Cement in its natural grey finish.
Are these asbestos?
Fibre Cement does NOT contain asbestos fibres as traditionally used in the manufacture of similar products, instead the material is made with a synthetic fibre.
Why Fibre Cement?
Fibre Cement is a highly absorbent material and therefore greatly minimises the risk of condensation which in turn will protect anything inside a building from getting wet/damp. It also has a very long life expectancy of 25 years, although the material will often exceed this lifespan.
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