Erlus AG: Ergoldsbacher Linea with wider sliding range

The design clay roofing tile Ergoldsbacher Linea is now available with a sliding range of 20 mm, which opens up wider scope for modernization. For batten widths of 37.3 to 39.3 cm, the Linea tile maximizes flexibility.

Since the year 2000, Erlus AG has been making the smooth clay roofing tile without any surface structure. The visually calm surface and the solid lines won the Ergoldsbacher Linea the if Design Award in 2016. The design tile is available in the new colour sintered brown as well as sintered red, red engobed sinter-fired, sintered light grey engobed, sintered grey engobed as well as sintered black matt engobed.

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