The system Jolly Metal Universal is so called because it can be used with roof tiles of all sizes, including bent tiles with nail;
it's IMPERISHABLE, the battens are treated steel zinc / aluminum;
it's VENTILATED, lateral holes provide ventilation of the mantle;
it's CHEAP, does not require counter battens;
it's RAPID, a single horizontal batten, quick and easy installation.
The Jolly Metal System for roof tiles is also designed for use of roof tiles of all sizes: the elements can be anchored on any type of support, realising appropriate ventilation and guaranteeing homogeneous thermalhygrometric conditions for the attic.
Jolly Metal System for bent tiles: the use of bored aluminium-plated steel splines makes the Jolly Metal System the ideal solution to obtain optimum ventilation of your roof. The compactness and treadability of the mantle are guaranteed by the use of self-threading screws to attach the roof bent tiles, which eliminates slippage towards the gutter line, independently of the gradient of the pitch.
Jolly Wood System: this system re-proposes and updates a centuries old tradition through the use of wood as a bio-compatible component. It consists of a series of appropriately shaped wooden splines that cradle the bent tile support and lodging system. The biocompatibility of the splines is not compromised by the anti-mould and anti-woodworm treatments they receive. The system is particularly indicated for the realisation of ventilated roofs in extremely windy areas, inasmuch as the roof bent tiles are solidly screwed to the supporting splines and riser and are therefore not subject to slippage caused by the action of atmospheric agents.
Jolly Polypropylene System: the system consists of polypropylene splines made from virgin granules and it's characterised by extremely rapid assembly and installation. Research on the shape of the elements has enabled us to perfect a series of improvements to obtain a great many advantages, such as optimum aeration extended to the channel bent tile (due to the particular point contact system of the cradle and the improved open section underneath the covering mantle), perfect alignment of the bent tiles (which are blocked in the correct position by anchoring pins and the relative blocking nails), considerable resistance to external stress (thanks to the special ribbing that makes the elements more rigid, made possible by the moulding process), decidedly nondeformable elements, high resistance to environmental aggression and an extremely competitive quality/price ratio.
This is a disappearing system, which enables you to anchor bent tiles on any gradient and even on irregular surfaces. The modular nature of the system, in fact, allows it to be used on all surfaces, including domes or peaks, and makes the replacement of damaged bent tiles easy to perform, with a simple manual operation. Both the channel and roof bent tiles are hooked in place independently from each other. Additionally, old bent tiles can be used; it is sufficient to bore them in order to use them as roof bent tiles. The Tuix System is in fact a ventilated roof, which guarantees the uninterrupted passage and flow of air in all directions in the attic. If the area underneath the bent tiles is not blocked by non-transpiring sheaths, the Tuix System allows you to avoid the problems that often crop up in homes: the formation of moulds and condensation, excessive thermal excursions between the roof and attic, offering a healthier environment for the residents of the building, from every point of view.
Easy, practical and safe. Tritop is a system developed by Industrie Cotto Possagno that allows you to install the tiles, using special fork hooks, on continuous peaked roof with a pitch of up to 40% and on roofs with a horizontal battens up to 45%. On continuos peaked roof you will use pieces "stop" at least every 3 or 4 horizontal rows, while on roof with a horizontal battens will be used bent tiles with niles. The system Tritop completely prevent slipping and moving elements, characteristics that make it advisable also for slopes below. Tritop, in fact, guarantees a great stability over time of the elements of the cover, significantly reducing maintenance and replacement due to the action of atmospheric agents or to vibration from traffic