The Rolled Lead Sheet Manual has set the technical standards for the industry for many years and is the essential reference point for leadworkers, architects and specifiers using rolled lead sheet to BS EN 12588: 2006. Endorsing the current BS6915 Code of Practice, the Lead Sheet Manual provides comprehensive technical information, detailed drawings and photographs, sizing charts and illustrations in colour showing the use of rolled lead sheet in construction.
Please note: Users should be aware that the technical advice guidance given in the Manual applies only to Rolled Lead Sheet produced to the BS EN 12588 standard. If other forms of lead sheet are being used, you should contact your supplier for advice on the use and installation of that product.
We are currently awaiting stock of the Rolled Lead Sheet Complete Manual, if you wish to pre-order a copy please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Price: £45.00 + P&P
(Including free access to the online e-book version of the manual)
Rolled Lead Sheet – The Complete Manual eBook
The Manual is also available in an electronic format as a PDF flip-page e-book. It contains all of the up-to-date technical information you need to specify or install Rolled Lead Sheet manufactured to BS EN 12588. The e-Book will give you the benefit of easy one-click indexing; page, or page range printing; zoom function and Cloud access, from anywhere with an internet connection.
Please note that the eBook is not downloadable, and therefore internet access will be required at all times when viewing your eBook.
Price: £35.00 + Direct Access
If you just purchase the electronic version of the manual and then at a later date decide that you would also like a printed copy, the cost will be an additional £10.00 plus P&P.
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PDF sample pages from the eBook*
*The sample pages are low-resolution.