This multi layer synthetic roofing membrane is a premium quality polyvinyl chloride (PVC) material with an inlay of glass non-woven for dimensional stability and self adhesive polyester fleece backing. The membrane contains ultraviolet light stabilisers which assist weathering in direct exposure and is flame retardant.
Suitable for new construction and refurbishment projects on smooth substrates, Sarnafil Self Adhered is prepared with an uncoated welding edge to ensure that a strong welding seam is achieved in the overlap.
With no built in stress at the time of production the membrane is a dimensionally stable product.
Just a case of align, peel, stick and seal. The membrane is rolled out and aligned then the release liner peeled off and using a brush or squeegee, to prevent blisters, the membrane is adhered to the substrate. To fully press down the membrane it is recommended that a water-filled or steel roller be used. An appropriate primer must be used together with the recommended substrate material.
With its lacquer coated surface Sarnafil Self Adhered maintains its top quality aesthetic appearance for a long time and like all Sarnafil membranes comes with the company’s industry leading guarantees. In addition the new membrane is BBA certified in excess of 40 years.
Prior to its launch the new self adhered roofing membrane was trialled with a number of contractors and found an enthusiastic response. The speed of installation and reduction of time on site to complete the project was noted by many during the field trials, as was the adhesion strength.
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