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Detached house with pent roof Roof tile DOMINO NUANCE slate clay engobed

Une construction venant parachever un bâtiment – Éléments de toit CREATON destinés à la couche de protection la plus haute d’un bâtiment

Detached house with pent roof Roof tile DOMINO NUANCE slate clay engobed

Avec les écrans de sous-toiture CREATON, les tuiles en terre cuite, les tuiles en béton ou les plaques en fibrociment CREATON représentent des composants essentiels pour des systèmes de toits parfaitement fonctionnels. 

La bordure supérieure des bâtiments représente la principale couche de protection contre les influences extérieures telles que les intempéries, les conditions météorologiques et le bruit. Par conséquent, le type de couverture doit remplir un certain nombre de fonctions ayant pour but la protection durable et à long terme du bâtiment. Si, dans l’espace culturel méditerranéen, avec le climat chaud, on réalise principalement des toits plats, dans les paysages urbains des régions d’Europe centrale et du Nord, où les précipitations sont plus importantes, ce sont les toits en pente qui prédominent. Les toits présentant une inclinaison de 3° à 20° sont qualifiés de toits à faible pente, à partir de 20°, on parle de toits en pente. La structure à plusieurs couches de l’enveloppe de toit assure le bon fonctionnement des différents éléments au sein du système de toit global. La couche intérieure forme un pare-vapeur offrant une protection contre l’eau de condensation préjudiciable et régulant la diffusion de vapeur. La construction de toit reposant dessus, la plupart du temps réalisée en bois, en acier ou en béton armé, assume la fonction de support du toit. Il est possible d’y intégrer des éléments d’isolation thermique censés éviter les déperditions de chaleur de l’intérieur et fournir une protection contre les effets climatiques de l’extérieur. Cette couche est quant à elle protégée par des écrans ou des écrans souples de sous-toiture également commercialisés par CREATON (selon qu’il s’agisse d’un toit ventilé ou non). Une lame d’air se forme au-dessus du contre-lattage, entre la sous-toiture et la couche de toit. Pour la couche située le plus à l’extérieur, les urbanistes ont à leur disposition différents matériaux et types de couverture. Parmi ces derniers, le toit en tuiles de terre cuite représente le type le plus éprouvé et le plus répandu. La vaste gamme de tuiles en terre cuite CREATON comprend les tuiles à onde douce, les tuiles à emboîtement et les tuiles creuses et leurs nombreuses variantes. De plus, les tuiles en béton CREATON et les plaques en fibrociment en différentes formes, couleurs et structures de surface représentent une alternative intéressante pour les applications exigeantes en matière de conception, des architectures de toits classiques à contemporaines.

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Natürlichkeit Referenz DOMINO NUANCE schieferton engobiert

Naturalness

Natürlichkeit Referenz DOMINO NUANCE schieferton engobiert

CREATON clay roof tiles and concrete roof tiles are based on raw materials that are for the most part naturally occurring and readily available.

The built environment is expanding and increasingly demands a sustainable approach to and visible harmony with nature. Issues of sustainability and conservation of resources as well as creative and healthy living considerations are gaining in importance: The trend toward natural materials continues unabated, especially in the building sector. Behind this lies a deeply felt desire for authenticity and originality.

Sophisticated technological developments are not in conflict with traditional building methods and design, but complement them. Natural, readily available raw materials, which are converted into an efficient, useful form by means of sophisticated manufacturing technology, form the basis of the CREATON product range. The classic CREATON clay roof tiles consist of naturally occurring resources – clay, loam and water – as well as some mineral colour pigments and glazing frits for surface refinement. CREATON concrete roof tiles are manufactured from sand, Portland cement, water and colour pigments.

Cripple hipped roof with CREATON plain tile NOBLESSE

Multifaceted architecture – diverse design possibilities with CREATON roof products

Cripple hipped roof with CREATON plain tile NOBLESSE

Numerous CREATON tile types and concrete roof tile shapes in different colours and formats provide the building blocks for a wide range of building envelopes.

Whether new construction or renovation of existing buildings, a multitude of CREATON products are available to planners for covering roofs. Clay roof tiles represent the most extensive selection within the CREATON product range. Pressed roof tiles such as flat roof tiles, reform tiles, interlocking and smooth tiles as well as extruded roof tiles such as the classic plain tile or side interlock tile, plus numerous special shapes support the new design or historic look of low sloped or pitched roofs.

Matching roof elements such as the verge tiles, transparent tiles, ventilating tiles, hip starters, ridge closures or elements for roof penetrations provide suitable accessories for integrated concepts.

CREATON concrete roof tiles are also available in different shapes and surface textures.

Raw material clay for the production of clay roof tiles

Added value from locally sourced materials – CREATON raw materials and proximity to the production plant

Raw material clay for the production of clay roof tiles

The raw materials used to manufacture CREATON clay products are obtained at sites in Germany. CREATON clay mining areas are normally in the immediate vicinity of CREATON plants.

In addition to resource conservation, the sustainability requirement includes emissions reduction and short route logistics. While local origin has become one of the most valued quality features in numerous product areas, such as foodstuffs used on a daily basis, the building industry also relies increasingly on physical proximity between material extraction, production and place of use. The company CREATON is based in the North Swabian town of Wertingen which is in the immediate vicinity of several clay mining regions. Securing raw materials for the other plants that have been added in the course of the company’s history primarily takes place in Germany and is based on the respective region. Re-cultivation of the natural environment when the raw material source is exhausted is also always a part of the approval procedure for new mining areas. This also represents a contribution to the prudent and sustainable interaction with the region.

Nachhaltigkeit

Clay roof tiles, concrete roof tiles – CREATON materials for a sustainable building envelope

Nachhaltigkeit

The two worlds of clay roof tile and concrete roof tile materials are gathered together under the CREATON brand. The products meet the criteria of sustainability due to resource-conserving raw materials, production process and also in their processed form.

Against the background of global developments such as climate change and shortage of resources, the booming building industry faces permanent challenges. The demand for sustainability reaches into all areas of planning and execution. Numerous factors contribute to the economic and ecological balance sheet of a building. This includes the physical properties of materials used in construction and interior finishes, the energy concept and building services equipment, an efficient building process and low maintenance requirements. The high value of environmentally friendly and durable materials becomes noticeable in large-scale applications such as façades and roofs. Natural raw materials form the basis of CREATON roof products. Design, processing and quality give the individual elements a long useful life of 40 to 60 years. CREATON roof coverings help preserve the value of the property as a whole because of their material-related contribution to fire and moisture protection. High recyclability, whereby up to 100% of the components are ground and reused in the production process, closes the circle of sustainability that a building material must offer these days.

Church with CREATON plain tile in natural red

Durable and sustainable – CREATON material properties contribute to the retention of building value.

Church with CREATON plain tile in natural red

CREATON products contribute to the fire and moisture protection of buildings to a high degree because of their material properties and design.

The quality of a building material or product is not only defined by its own long service life and low maintenance requirement, but also by its contribution to the long-term value retention of the overall property. CREATON clay roof tiles and concrete roof tiles make material and production-related contributions to unchanging, long-term, high-quality of buildings. The relevant features and properties of CREATON products are their weather resistance, frost resistance, colour-fastness and dimensional stability.

Clay roof tiles have already proven themselves over many centuries due to their physical properties. They have a life expectancy of more than 60 years.

CREATON concrete roof tiles, for example, have a highly compacted, ultra hard surface coating. Double water traps offer additional protection from rain intrusion. The design of the side interlock and lower edge ensure improved water discharge and protect against waterlogging or premature moss formation. CREATON concrete roof tiles are UV resistant and especially storm proof, thanks to their self-weight.