Fibre Cement Spaced Sheets by Briarwood

Fibre cement sheets can be used on a wide range of buildings, including agricultural buildings, industrial buildings, commercial buildings, and residential buildings. The versatility and durability of fibre cement make it a suitable choice for many different types of buildings and roofing applications.

Agricultural buildings, such as barns, stables, and sheds, can benefit from the natural ventilation, corrosion resistance, and fire resistance of fibre cement roofing. Industrial buildings, such as factories and warehouses, can also use fibre cement roofing to protect against the elements and provide a long-lasting roofing solution.

Commercial buildings, such as office buildings and retail stores, can use fibre cement roofing to enhance the aesthetic appeal of the building, as well as provide protection against the weather. Residential buildings, such as houses and apartment buildings, can also benefit from the durability and versatility of fibre cement roofing.

Fibre cement sheets are building materials that are commonly used for roofing and cladding applications. They are made from a mixture of cement, sand, and cellulose fibres, which gives them a number of useful properties. Some of the key properties of fibre cement sheets include:

  • Strength and durability: The combination of cement, sand, and cellulose fibres in fibre cement sheets gives them a high level of strength and durability. This makes them resistant to impact, weathering, and other forms of damage, which can extend the life of the roof or cladding.
  • Fire resistance: Fibre cement sheets are non-combustible, which means that they do not burn easily. This makes them a good choice for buildings that need to meet fire safety standards or are located in areas with a high risk of fire.
  • Resistance to corrosion: Fibre cement sheets are resistant to corrosion, which means that they do not rust or deteriorate when exposed to moisture. This can extend the life of the roof or cladding and reduce the need for maintenance.
  • Low thermal conductivity: Fibre cement sheets have low thermal conductivity, which means that they do not easily transfer heat. This can help to regulate the temperature inside a building, reducing the need for heating and cooling systems.
  • Acoustic insulation: Fibre cement sheets have good acoustic insulation properties, which means that they can block out loud noises. This can make a building more comfortable and reduce the impact of noise pollution.
  • Aesthetic appeal: Fibre cement sheets are available in a range of styles and colours, which allows for aesthetic customization to suit the design of a building. This can enhance the appearance of the building and provide a more attractive roofing or cladding solution.

Overall, the properties of fibre cement sheets make them a versatile and reliable building material for roofing and cladding applications.

Why should you use Briarwoods EUROSIX spaced fibre cement sheets?

  • 30 year manufacturers guarantee
  • Highest quality fibre cement sheets in Great Britain
  • Perfect for cattle and dairy farming, equestrian centres and agricultural sheds
  • Minimises condensation
  • High resistance to corrosion
  • Excellent acoustic insulation
  • Low thermal conductivity reduces heat build-up in the Summer, and prevents heat loss in the Winter
  • Class 1 fire rated
  • UKCA mark approved
  • Manufactured to BS EN ISO 9001 standards
  • Complies with BS EN 494 requirements for Class 1X sheeting
  • Wide range of accessories available

EUROSIX Spaced Sheets technical specificatons

EUROSIX spaced sheets are a strong fibre cement sheet reinforced with polypropylene strips that have been inserted in specific locations which run across the entire length of the sheet; thus providing maximum impact strength without negatively affecting the look, durability and practability of the product.

When installing EUROSIX fibre cement spaced sheets, you must have a gap between the sheets which is between 16-25mm. These sheets do not require any mitres because they are not lapped on the side corrugations. 

 Overwall width 1016 mm
Cover width 1000 mm
Thickness 6.5 mm
Corrugation pitch 146.5 mm
Depth of profile 47.6 mm
Side lap 70 mm
Minimum end lap 150 mm
Minimum roof pitch
Maximum unsupported overhang 350 mm
Class C1X
Maximum purlin centres 1375 mm
Approx. weight when installed 16.3kg/m2


Fibre Cement Spaced Sheets

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