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Gothik is the new roofing system by Tegola Indonesia. It is the perfect answer if you are looking for an original roof with a great aesthetical value. Unique colour shades turn your creative ideas into reality.
No. of shingles per sqm 6.9
Surface per pallet (sqm) 158.6
No. of packs per pallet 52
Range of colours available 2
Bitumen type Oxidised Tia-juana bitumen
Dimensions (cm) 100 x 34
Exposure (cm) 14.5
Weight (kg/sqm) 10.7
Aplications with Liberty
Liberty is the latest model of granule-coated shingle developed by Tegola Indonesia. It is mainly used on residential buildings, but it is also increasingly used for other applications.
Granule-Coated Shingle Technology

In an asphalt shingle a layer of impregnated fibreglass is enclosed between two layers of bitumen. Consequently, the shingle is dimensionally stable, is not affected by high temperature changes and remains perfectly impermeable.

The top layer is then coated with ceramised granules, which protect the bitumen layers from UV rays and colour the shingle. The granules are coloured by means of a ceramisation process which is done at extremely high temperatures, while the use of inorganic pigments guarantees that the colour won’t wear or wash off. A layer of siliceous sand prevents the asphalt shingles from sticking together and allows them to be transported and handled more safely in building yards.

MODELS: Mosaik, Gothik
Heavy fibreglass: 125 gr/mq
Special bitumen from Venezuela
Colouring of the granules by means of a ceramisation process inside high-temperature furnaces with the use of inorganic pigments
Perfect UV protection
The shingles are available both in one colour or in two-tone colours for a more beautiful visual effect
Concealed heat-adhesive points confer added wind resistance and are not visible once the shingles have been laid
Fibreglass: high mechanical resistance and dimensional stability
The tiles are reinforced with a layer of fibreglass: long and exceptionally resistant fibreglass threads are bound by non water-soluble resins. The fibreglass used by Tegola Indonesia is particularly heavy (10.500 kg/sqm). This confers the finished product added mechanical resistance that exceeds the standards defined by international norms. During the production process, the fibreglass is always impregnated with bitumen, so that the finished product is less absorbent and hence contains less humidity.
  The use of heavy fibreglass adds dimensional stability to the shingles, even in case of considerable temperature changes
  The use of heavy fibreglass makes the shingles particularly nail resistant
  bitumen   Fibreglass
  Application of bitumen during the production of shingles   Fibreglass
"Tia-Juana" Natural Bitumen
Tegola Indonesia shingles are made exclusively with natural "Tia-Juana" bitumen. This bitumen is exceptionally resistant to UV rays and to daily temperature changes.
  Natural raw material (not produced in a refinery)
  High waterproofing properties
  Excellent stability to daily temperature changes
  Long life of the roofing system guaranteed
  bitumen   Fibreglass
  Bitumen stock   Application of bitumen during the production of shingles
Ceramised Granules : colours do not wear off , UV protection
The ceramised granule coating efficiently protects the internal waterproofing bitumen layers of the asphalt shingles from UV rays. These granules are made from basalt, which is a particularly resistant rock. A ceramisation process inside furnaces at extremely high temperatures vitrifies the inorganic pigments completely, thus dyeing the granules, and ensuring that the colour won't wear or wash off.
  Exceptionally hard basalt granules
  Colours won't wear off with time
  UV-protection of the internal bituminous layers
  The granules are dyed with inorganic pigments by means of a high-temperature ceramisation process
  bitumen   Fibreglass
  Application of the granules during the production of the shingles   Ceramised granules
Master Colour Range: colours available
004 European red   051 2-tone black