Beaver tail tiles, in a double-lap layout, are fixed with the 415c® clip. Laborious tile drilling and screwing work is eliminated. For buildings in exposed areas, such as churches and the like, FOS also advises using the 415®K beaver tail clip.
It connects two rows of beaver tail tiles with one another and reliably prevents the beaver tail tiles from raising in the foot area. A combination of the 415c® and the 415®K is also used for beaver tail tiles in a crown tile roofing layout. The 415c creates the connection to the main battens, while the 415K connects the covering layer and the bearing layer.
It is advisable to use the 415® screw variant
for special battens for which there is no suitable 415c® in stock. This is screwed down on the tiling batten between two beaver tail tiles and is available for beaver tail tiles of different thicknesses. Stainless steel in 1.4301 (A2) quality or ZIAL® (zinc aluminium) coated surfaces guarantee the beaver tail clip’s long-lasting durability.