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 415®K 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. The product locator FOS ClipCHECK®
determines the perfect clip by entering the area of application, the type of mounting, the beaver and the batten. Stainless steel BS 304 S 15 or ZIAL® (zinc aluminium) coated surfaces guarantee long durability of the clip. Packaging unit of the 415c® depends on the product variant.