Bora Bora and Aloha synthetic leaves were especially designed to be laid directly on a roofing frame with a patented railing system.
These two leaf types offer two distinct technical advantages: full and effective exterior coverage in any weather, plus an exposed underside providing a more traditional aesthetic from the inside that proves popular in many countries.
These roofing products provide exceptional storm-resistance and wind-resistance.
A fire-retardant option is also available for both of these synthetic leaf products.
The Aloha leaf boasts the same technical attributes as the Bora Bora leaf. The only difference between them lies in the aesthetic design properties: the Aloha is designed with a finer tip, which more closely resembles the Coconut Palm.
Polyethylene high density.
UV-protection treated structure.
100 % recyclable.
Dimensions : 100 cm x 60 cm
Thickness : 0,7 mm
Weight : 3,42 kg/m2
To be fixed with screws, leaves with rails.
Minimum of 9 leaves per square meter.
11 cm spacing between rows.
Installation in quincunx 2/1.
First 2 rows must be stacked to give appearance of thickness along the roof’s edge.