Cambridge Xtreme 9,5°
Let’s cut to the chase: Cambridge Xtreme 9.5° is the best choice when it comes to a perfect architectural shingles roof. This dimensional shingle has it all: an exclusive architectural look and feel, an impressive minimum slope, a wide range of roof shapes, extreme safety for your house,..
Cambridge Xtreme 9.5° is the ideal roof solution for many projects. Whether you are planning to build a “simple” (residential) house or a more distinguished architectural building project like a modern mall or an exclusive hotel, this roof shingle serves each purpose.
|Roof Shingle width*(according to norm EN544)||1038 mm (± 3)|
|Roof Shingle height (according to norm EN544)||349 mm (± 3)|
|Weight||± 12,5 kg/m²|
|Granule adhesion (EN 12039)||max. 1,2 g|
|Tensile strength (width)* (EN 12311-1)||850 N/50 mm|
|Tensile strength (height)* (EN 12311-1)||550 N/50 mm|
|Elongation width+ height* (EN 12311-1)||3,5%|
|Nail shank tear resistance* (EN 12310-1)||140 N|
|External fire performance||BroofT1, BroofT3|
|Reaction to fire||class E|
|Declaration of Performance (DoP)||www.ikodop.eu|
|Platinum warranty||15 years|
|Total warranty - warranty system||30 years|
Until a while ago, roof shingles have only been recommended for roof slopes between a minimum of 15° and a maximum of 85°. Cambridge Xtreme 9.5° easily exceeds this minimum roof slope by more than an impressive 35%! Unlike other roofing materials, often limited to a minimum slope of 15°, Cambridge Xtreme 9.5° can be installed on roofs of 9,5° (!). As for the maximum slope, this top of the range self-adhesive shingle can even be applied on vertical walls! So Cambridge Xtreme 9.5° opens up a whole new universe of possibilities on sloped roofs: from as low as 9,5° (!) right up to 90°. No more limits for your architectural building projects!
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This wide reach of roof slope also means that a lot of different roof shapes can be covered with Cambridge Xtreme 9.5°: from a simple gable roof to a classy mansard roof, from a gabel roof to a curved turret, from a dormer roof to a façade. Thanks to its maximum slope of 90°, you can even cover a wall with Cambridge Xtreme 9.5°, resulting in a unique style for your contemporary building project.
Thanks to its self - adhesive character, this strong and durable dimensional shingle withstands the most severe wind driven rain. Cambridge Xtreme 9.5° was tested by the KIWA-BDA Institute Netherlands and exceeds the CEN/TR 15601:2012 norm. This norm stipulates a resistance to wind blowing at 47 km/h and rain falling with 89 mm/h. This is an extreme situation that occurs only once per 50 years in Europe (according to the BRE Institute). Cambridge Xtreme 9.5° even registered a perfect resistance to winds blowing at 61 km/h and rain falling with 120 mm/h. Safe to say that Cambridge Xtreme is the safe roofing choice when it comes to extreme weather situations.
Cambridge Xtreme 9,5° is the safest solution for any building project! This impressive resistance and extreme slope aren’t the only reason why Cambridge Xtreme 9,5° is the best option for your building project. The bigger size of shingle (comparable with Cambridge Xpress) contributes to a fast installation and with its 7 natural colours it fits every roof style.
Your advantage with this exceptional Cambridge Xtreme 9.5° roof shingle:
- Xtreme slope: ≥ 9,5° (!) / ≤ 90°
- Xtreme resistance to high wind & heavy rain - No other shingle offers better resistance to wind driven rain in extreme weather conditions (storm, hail). Tested and approved in KIWA-BDA Institute Netherlands 2014
- Xtreme unique: the world’s first self-adhesive laminated shingle
Discover in this film how well Cambridge Xtreme 9,5° can resist high winds and rain at the same time (Wind driven rain test).
This video shows you the self-adhesive, high quality roof shingle during two impressive tests in a windtunnel.
- A normal roof slope of 25° easily resists high speed winds of 200km/h.
- An Xtreme low slope of 9,5° also passed the test. The maximum wind speed of the turbine (216 km/h) could not blow away Cambridge Xtreme 9,5° roof shingles.