guttascudo® coppo catches your eye right away thanks to its pleasant appearance, giving you the feeling of a bent tile roofi ng. Available in three different colours: shiny red, rough or antique red, which give a look of prestige to the roof. guttascudo® coppo in a single solution satisfies the needs of today’s modern roofs as well as the more prestigious ones with an antique taste.
  • 15-year guarantee*.
  • Totally waterproof and resistant to atmospheric agents.
  • Excellent acoustic insulation.
  • High resistance to sudden temperature changes.
  • Easy to cut.
  • Excellent resistance to chemical agents.
  • Recyclable material.
  • Self-extinguishing (Class 1).
  • Limited thermal dilation.
  • Stable colour.
  • Very low thermal conductivity.
  • * According to warranty conditions and if the laying instructions provided by the company are complied with.
  • Roofing sheets coppo
Technical Data
Synthetic coextruded on three layers
shiny red, red rough or antique
2,090 x 1,104 m
Gross surface
2,31 m2
Net surface
1,81 m2
Curve pitch
184 mm
Curve height
69 mm
Average thickness
2,7 mm
Average weight
6,2 (±3%) kg/m2
Tensile strength (with centre-to-centre distance 805 mm)
808 kg/m2
Tensile strength (with centre-to-centre distance 1000 mm)
767 kg/m2
Tensile strength (with centre-to-centre distance 1300 mm)
551 kg/m2
Fire resistance class
Class 1
Thermal dilation coefficient
5,1 x 10-5 mm/mm °C
Thermal conductivity
4,55 W/m2
50 sheets per pallet


The sheet must be secured to the first tile of the second vertical low, flush with the support structure starting from the left side. Carry out the second fixing on the next lath.

- Overlap the second sheet laterally on the first one, and fix it to the first bent tile at the bottom, at the overlap. In this phase, the last row of bent tiles at the top is not fixed.

- Proceed in the same way with the following sheets up to the last one, if necessary adjusting it to the width and trimming it with an abrasive disc.

- Proceed to cover the opposite pitch using the same laying system, lining up the vertical rows of the bent tiles of the second pitch to those of the first pitch, so as to allow the ridge to be assembled.

- After completing the roofing of the two pitches, overlap the ridge, always starting from the left, and carry out the first fixing on the second shape, leaving the first one free. To avoid the risk of seepage underneath the ridge, it is important to carry out the fixing at least 10 cm from the bottom edge of the ridge.

- Lastly, fix guttascudo® end part for the ridge.