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Building Protection range ensures ‘inside-to-out’ air tightness

  • 26 Oct 2016

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illbruck has launched an ‘inside-to-out’ Building Protection range of breather membranes and vapour barriers. 

The Building Protection range comprises basic moisture management membranes, in addition to essential ancillary items such as tapes for sheathing boards and membranes along with adhesives and sealants.

Each component is designed to work in unison with partner elements and is supported by illbruck’s technical service including support in developing details and site toolbox talks

illbruck has developed the range to ‘reduce the risk to the designer, installer and investor’ as it overcomes the situation where a window membrane will not bond to a joint sealant or a tape will not adhere to a membrane. 

The system also resolves issues whereby different adhesives and sealants come into contact with one another causing discolouration or bond failure – which can possibly result in reduced air-tightness or even failed air tests.

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