500 x 250mm CUPA R 12 Natural Slate
CUPA R12 is a premium dark grey slate with thin laminations and a smooth surface, split to an average thickness of 5 mm and 6 mm. With a higher grading selection process compared to the H12 Slates on offer, making these a premium spanish slate.
Only natural slate guarantees a perfect performance in any weather condition. It is capable of enduring extreme temperatures, fire-resistant, unaffected by sunlight, UV light and resistant to acid rain, providing an aesthetically pleasing traditional or contemporary installation that will not alter over it €™s lifetime. And with a durability of over 100 years, if you are looking for a long-term roof or faÃ§ade with no maintenance, our natural slate from CUPA Pizarras is the ideal choice.
One in every three installations worldwide bears the CUPA stamp. Their 16 quarries provide the most complete range on the market. Whatever shape or size colour or texture, you €™ll find the perfect CUPA slate in the BRM range. Unlike other brands, CUPA control product quality from source and have a unique barcoded traceability system providing assurance of their environmental management policies and peace of mind over the quality.
Produced at La Campa quarry in Folgoso del Caurel (Lugo) in Spain and recently used to roof the Central Station in Copenhagen, CUPA 12 roof slates have been assessed and certified by BRE Global, which is an independent, third-party approvals organization, an expert in Life Cycle Assessment.
Once the process of crafting the slate at the quarry is complete, each piece is assessed along with different technical and aesthetic guidelines in order to be classified into the following two selections for you to choose from:
These are slates of great flatness, very regular thickness and the result of an extraordinarily rigorous classification process.
Used in projects where a homogenous result is sought, these slates are chosen worldwide by architects and installers to achieve the perfect roof.
Please note: As this is a natural product it is possible that there will be a shade variation