MRM Orientile Mabati Prices in Kenya

What Are MRM Orientile Mabati Prices in Kenya

Orientile Mabati is a type of roofing sheet that is manufactured by Mabati Rolling Mills (MRM) in Kenya. It is a premium steel tile roofing sheet with the look of a classic roof tile but with a much longer lifespan.

The price of Orientile Mabati in Kenya varies depending on the retailer and the specific texture and color.

According to shop.mabati.com, Orientile 28G Charcoal Textured Roofing Sheet, Orientile 28G Brick Red Textured Roofing Sheet, and Orientile 28G Tile Red Textured Roofing Sheet are all priced at KES 1,206.40 per meter.

According to constructionkenya.com, MRM’s Elegantile roofing sheet (Gauge 28) goes for KES 1,200 per meter while a similar gauge of Versatile and Orientile roofing sheets goes for KES 1,100 and KES 1,200 per meter respectively.

It is important to note that prices may vary depending on factors such as location, retailer, and availability. It is advisable to compare prices from different retailers before making a purchase decision.

Orientile is a steel sheeting profile that combines an exotic oriental aesthetic with practicality and economy. The shape of Orientile is graceful and distinguished, making it a popular choice for modern-day roofing.

It mimics the look of an exotic tile finish and comes in various specifications, such as an overall cover width of 1,130mm +/- 5mm, an effective cover of 1050mm, and a length of 952mm per square meter.

The base material of Orientile is made from ZINCAL© coils, which use world-class patented metal coating technology. It comes in two paint systems: Color Plus Textured and Optima Plus, with a gloss or textured finish.

The thickness of Orientile ranges from 0.32mm to 0.6mm, with 0.32mm being the commonly stocked gauge and 0.4mm, 0.5mm, and 0.6mm available on orders of a minimum of 3000sqm.

Orientile can be rolled in soft material onlyG330 using Aluminium-Zinc gauge (mm) AZ85, AZ100-AZ150 0.32, 0.40, 0.50, and 0.60.

The profiled sheet width or overall width is 1130mm, with a rib to rib width pitch of 210mm and a step to step depth of 300mm. The effective cover width is 1050mm, and the maximum purlin spacing is 600mm.

Orientile can be used on roofs pitched from a minimum of 22.5 degrees. Battens or purlins should be spaced at 300mm on both ridge and eave and at a maximum of 600mm internal spans, although battens at every step will be stronger.

During installation, the roof should be cleaned daily by removing all swarf, pop rivets, unused fasteners, or any other debris.

Orientile has several features and benefits, such as its continuous length profile that increases visual uniformity and reduces the chances of leakage. It is lightweight and safer to lift and install, enabling the supporting structure to be less bulky and costly.

No underlays are needed, and its large panel size enables roofing to be completed faster. It is easy and secure to fix to the roof structure, and it uses world-class patented coating technology.

Each Orientile sheet is inspected over six times before dispatch, and it is engineered to prevent leakage by capillary action.

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