Above is the chemical formula for our new DryVerge material, ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene). It’s impact resistant, doesn’t warp, has great colour stability and gives clean streamlined rooflines. ABS is used for a number of products where durability and clean lines are important, including whitewater kayaks, car bumpers and protective headgear.
The new DryVerge is not only stronger due to the new material, it also has an improved interlocking design giving it far greater wind-loading resistance in terms of vertical and horizontal wind loads. DryVerge has been tested and tested again, using our rainwater run-off rigs, our loadtesting equipment, and our ageing tests.
Available in two sizes. There’s one for large format metric/15 x 9 imperial tiles and a slimmer version to complement the thin leading edge of Richmond, Saxon and our Landmark 10 Slate.
Many other companies’ dry fix products do not meet this new Standard but Redland’s do. Indeed, our new DryVerge is specifically designed and engineered to meet the new requirements.
Made from High-Impact PolyStyrene, it has completely straight lines, to give a better, more streamlined roof. And it fits together better, so it’s even faster and easier to fit.
It comes in two designs to match the most popular roof tiles. There’s one for large format metric/15 x 9 imperial tiles and a slimmer version to complement the thin leading edge of Richmond, Saxon and our Landmark 10 Slate.
Specifically designed and engineered to meet the new requirements of BS 8612.