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IPL Roofing
IPL Roofing ™

IPL Roofing products can be found all over New Zealand on commercial, residential and agricultural buildings. Plywood offers additional bracing values and keep heat in and noise out. It also provides excellent cover from the weather so construction work can continue beneath the roof substrate while the roofing system is being installed.

At a glance.

IPL Roofing™
  • Manufactured to AS/NZ 2269 Construction Plywood.
  • High strength-to-weight ratio makes it ideal in a range of applications where strength and stiffness are required.
  • Available treated to H3.2 (CCA treated) and, on request, clear treated LOSP to H3.1 standard.
  • Also available untreated to be used in areas where contact with moisture is not a consideration.
  • Comes with plastic tongue & groove for easy interlocking.
  • Available in 15, 17,19, 22, 25 and 32mm thicknesses.
  • IPL Roofing can be manufactured for use in a situation where the underside can be exposed with our 100 mm spaced V groove profile giving the TG &V effect to be seen on a mezzanine floor or second storey.

Compliance with Standards

IPL Roofing is manufactured in accordance with AS/NZ 2269 Construction Plywood. The panels are to be installed in accordance with the building design code. 

The Engineered Wood Products Association of Australasia (EWPAA or PAA) audits the production processes and internal quality control procedures to ensure we meet the requirements of the product Standard.This third party audited, process based, quality assurance scheme meets the requirements of an ISO Type 5 system and ensures constant monitoring of maintaining production of quality.

Environmentally Sustainable

All veneer used in IPL Roofing is from renewable, plantation-grown Pinus Radiata New Zealand plantations.

IPL Roofing ™ Installation

Lay roofing sheets in a staggered pattern
Roofing comes in a D face however a C face can be made on request for applications that require a smoother surface, such as membrane roofing
Sheets must be continuous over at least two spans
Allow 1-2mm expansion joint on sheet ends at the rafter / truss
Allow ridge and apron clearance for ventilation as required
Standard nailing pattern is 75mm spacing on all gable, gutter, hip and ridge and eave lines, and 160 centres on through supports. Sheet thickness, wind load and roofing system will determine exact fixing requirements as per architect / engineer specifications.

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