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Permo forte underlay helps roofers stay safe

  • 16 Jun 2016

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Klober Permo forte SK2 is a vapour permeable roofing underlay designed to help prevent falls through the roof. 

The heavy duty, 4-layer product features a mesh reinforcement for a greater degree of strength and has a self-adhesive edge tape to provide a lasting airtight seal at laps.

Permo forte can be used on fully supported or unsupported tile, slate or metal roofs. The product is BBA and IRB certified and has also been independently tested by the BRE for wind uplift.

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