The Westland Graphite is a Brazilian slate quarried from the Minas Gerais area of Brazil. The individual slate exhibits an array or colour variations which when on the roof create an attractive dappled effect. As the name suggests the Westland Graphite is darker in colour than the Grey Green. The slate has a strong popularity throughout the UK.
The Westland Graphite displays a lightly textured flat surface with heavily dressed edges.
The Westland Graphite is an ISS top seller due to the exceptional value for money it offers, whilst still providing a great look and unparalleled protection for your home.
ISS is the largest importer of Brazilian slate in the world and as such are the experts when selecting only the finest products for the UK market. The Westland Graphite has no visible pyrites throughout.
The slate comes in a prime 5-7mm thickness and where required in a 7-9mm thickness.
Test results: The Westland Graphite slate boasts a W-1, T-1, S-1 rating, meaning it conforms and surpasses all the top UK tests for water absorption, thermal cycle resistance and sulphur dioxide exposure.
The Westland Graphite slate boasts a W-1, T-1, S-1 rating, meaning it conforms and surpasses all the top UK tests for water absorption, thermal cycle resistance and sulphur dioxide exposure.
If further technical information is required ISS hold the declaration of performance (DOP) for the Westland Graphite which can be provided upon request.