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Cerámica Alicantina was founded in 1887 in San Vicent del Raspeig ( Alicante) , a traditional area for the manufacturing of roof tiles, bricks and other ceramic products. The quality of their products established Ceramica Alicantina as the leader in the industry. Later on, the brand was bought by Mr. Francisco Ramón Borja and kept upon today.

Today, Cerámica Alicantina is focusing on their new journey; specialising in the manufacture of interlocking roof tiles.


A high quality product begins with the careful selection of premium clay from our own quarries.


Due to the importance of the roof in any structure, Cerámica Alicantina guarantees only the highest quality of products, achieved through a thoroughly controlled manufacturing process.


In order to get the most effective solution for the roof our facilities are equipped with the latest technology at the service of a traditional product.

Teja Mixta

Classic CA roof tile is an interlocking roof tile of double lateral overlapping and double longitudinal overlapping of 11 units per sq.m. Its useful length of 42 cm. will help saving costs on fixing items more than 10% than any other roof tile in its class.

características técnicas


Accesories and Decoratives pieces
Información Técnica
información técnica

Pitch diagram acording to roof length and geografic area (norma UNE EN 136020)

Climatic Zones (standard regulation UNE EN 136020). Weather conditions based on geographical situation may be considered. In general, there are three types of zones classified as follows:. 1) Protected place: Valley surrounded by hills that can protect it from strong or very strong winds.. 2) Normal place: Flat ground or plateau with less important uneven areas.. 3) Exposed place: High wind areas, areas up to 5 Km from the coast, islands or narrow peninsulas, estuaries or narrow bays, narrow valleys, mountain isolated and ports of mountain. For locations with permanent wind exposure as per the average values, not showed in our scale, it must use also the average values of the percentages indicated for its particular Climatic Zones.