Coppo Roma

Coppo Roma

This is the technological roofing system in the shape of the traditional Roman tile.

Coppo Roma

Thanks to its research and development, Alubel spa, leader company in the field of metal roofing and cladding, has created Coppo Roma, the new system of tile-shaped sheets that brings together the technology of metal and the tradition of clay tile roofings. Coppo Roma is not only a metal sheet but an integrated system to cover the roof, completed by a range of accessories and special items aimed at satisfying all project requirements.


36 mm
777 mm
prepainted steel 0,5 mm = 5,2 kg/m2
prepainted steel 0,6 mm = 6,2 kg/m2
prepainted aluminium 0,7 mm = 2,5 kg/m2
Minimum length:
1550 mm
Maximum length:
6310 mm
Standard lengths:
1550 / 2110 / 3230 / 3790 / 6030 mm
Tile length:
280 mm
Minimum slope:
prepainted steel, prepainted aluminium, copper.
terracota red, terracota red "old tile", antique yellow, white grey, stone grey, anthracite grey
Lateral overlapping Coppo Roma sheet

Lateral overlapping

Front overlapping Coppo Roma sheet

Front overlapping

Fixing on wood Coppo Roma sheet

Fixing on a wooden structure

Fixing on iron Coppo Roma sheet

Fixing on a metal structure


  • high aesthetic value
  • lightness
  • waterproofing on low slope roofing
  • ready for every structure
  • length on demand
  • full range of accessories
  • easy to assemble
  • no maintenance


To lay the Coppo Roma sheets correctly it is essential to maintain a 90° angle with the edge of the gutter. If the pitch is not at right angles it is absolutely essential to keep the line parallel to the gutter. Any tolerances of squareness defects have to be kept to the side.

Correctly laid

90° angle from the gutter line

Wrongly laid

Sheets not at right angles. Parallelism is kept to the side instead of at gutter angle.

Installation using one sheet per pitch

Installation using two rows of overlapping sheets

Sheets fixed correctly

With its special EPDM seal, the Alublok Fixing system ensures excellent results, especially when dealing with thermal expansion issues with the sheets.