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A UNIVERSAL FIXING

Aptly named Kro-Clip due to the crocodile jaw like design, it is able to grip securely onto a tile and keep it in place. Once the clip is attached to the tile, a nail is positioned in the battens or rafters for the wire to wrap around.

This unique design makes it an incredibly secure mechanical fixing mechanism that will work with most tiles and slates on the market including Plain tiles and DuoPlain.

Visit our YouTube channel for a demonstration of how to install the fixing or click here.

Redland has been at the forefront of innovation for nearly a century and when the new Standard Code of Practice for Slating and Tiling BS 5534 came about, it brought with it the demand for manufacturers to offer a much more comprehensive range of components to make the transition to mechanical fixings as seamless as possible. Redland’s already extensive range of components has been developed in response to the growing needs of roofing contractors

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