16mm x 250mm Replacement Fascia 5m Black WG REF KFBM250RW

16mm x 250mm Replacement Fascia 5m Black WG REF KFBM250RW

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16mm x 250mm Replacement Fascia 5m Black WG REF KFBM250RW

250mm Replacement Fascia Board 5M Blackash

About our 16mm Replacement Fascia Boards

Standard uPvc 16mm replacement fascias, available in various colours including Standard White,Mahogany, Rosewood, Golden Oak, Sherwood Oak and Black Ash.

Hints and Tips

It is advisable to remove any old fascia, soffit or bargeboard timbers to prevent further rotting of timber supports.
Fix the fascia system directly onto the rafter feet, leaving a tilting fillet proud of the fascia's top edge to protect the roofing felt from damage and alleviate tile weight on fascias.
Fascias should not project more than 50mm below the rafter feet without additional support.
Fasten gutter brackets with stainless steel screws.
With fascia boards, up to one third of gutter brackets can be screwed directly into the board. The remainder should penetrate into the supporting timber.
How to's

Joints should be made at rafter feet, with boards supported and fixed at both ends, leaving a 5mm expansion gap, and jointed with a radial or corner joint.
Gutter brackets should be securely axed through the boards into rafter ends using stainless steel screws.
Alternatively, fascias to be manufactured from 16mm Replacement Fascia, to be fixed to rafter feet at 600mm centres using 65mm plastic headed nails.
All boards should be cut 5mm short to allow for thermal expansion. ? Gutter brackets should be securely fixed through the board into rafter ends using stainless steel screws.

AQUACEL roofline and cladding profiles are made from cellular PVCue (unplasticised expanded cellular polyvinyl chloride) foam, co-extruded as a durable PVCu skin with a rigid closed cell core. They contain no CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons) or lead and are therefore formulated to be completely non-hazardous to health.


AQUACEL roofline and cladding products are manufactured in accordance with two recognised standards:

The Foam Profiles

? British Standard specification BS 7619: 1993.

? Specification for extruded cellular unplasticised PVC profiles.

The Manufacturing Process

? The international standard for Quality Assurance.

BS EN ISO 9002: 1994 (BS 5750: Pt. 2).


The thickness of profiles varies, which affects the proportions of outer skin and inner core, so there can be no single value for density but, in general, profiles are between 450 and 600 kg/m3


Stability in this context is resistance to chemical and/or biological reaction. Cellular PVCue is not affected by liquids or other substances in everyday use, and is resistant to attack by acids and alkalis. It is generally described as being resistant to attack by wood-boring insects. It is not attacked by termites or woodworm.

It does not support the growth of fungus or bacteria. It may be subject to damage by a range of chemicals, generically known as esters, ketones and solvents.


The methods of test for colour fastness contained in British Standard specification BS 1006: A03: 1978 include gradings down to a minimum value for colour change of Grade 8 AQUACEL white profiles all achieve either Grade 7 or 8, meaning that any fading or change in whiteness over a minimum 20 years will be within an acceptable range. AQUACEL white profiles have demonstrated, in test conditions, excellent resistance to discolouration, and also to a degradation known as "pinking", which is generally believed to be related to processes involving Titanium Dioxide and Lead stabilisers. AQUACEL co-extrusions instead use an advanced technology lead-free stabiliser which has superior resistance to discolouration.

Coloured profiles and associated products use organic pigments, chosen for their colourfast properties. Any fading experienced will be gradual and uniform only detectable when compared with new materials.


The denseness of the outer skin ensures adequate resistance to impact, thus ensuring a highly durable surface.

Head office: Kalsi Group (UK) Ltd. Kalsi House, 5 Tomey Road, Tyseley, Birmingham. B11 2NJ T: 0121 693 0373 F: 0121 624 2662 E: sales@kalsiplastics.co.uk W: www.kalsiplastics.co.uk Directors: H.S. Kalsi. S.S. Kalsi VAT No.: GB661 0349 56 Company Reg.: 297 547 9

Features & Benefits
10 Year Exterior Guarantee.
Available in a variety of colours.
Fast user friendly installation.
Durable and light.
Fire Resistant. Profiles have been tested for compliance with the Flame Retardant requirements of British Standard BS 476:, BS 476 Pt 5: 1979 Ignitability Test - self-extinguishing.
Pt 6: 1989 Resistance to Fire Propagation - Class 1.
Pt 7:1987 Resistance to Spread of Flame - Class 1Y.
BS 1006: A03: 1978
Advanced technology lead-free stabiliser which has superior resistance to

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