ECOPLAST V-RP

Roofing PVC membrane of business class, reinforced with a polyester mesh of special weaving.
  • The anti-slip embossed surface facilitates movement during installation
  • Warranty from 7 years and more
  • Installation is easy
  • High strength
  • Repairability of the system

Description

A polymer roofing membrane based on a foundation of high-quality plasticized polyvinylchloride (PVC). It is stabilized against UV radiation through use of the TRI-P® system. Contains fire-retardants and special stabilizers. It has enhanced elasticity for easy installation at low temperature. The front surface has special anti-slip embossing.

Area of application

ECOPLAST PVC membranes are used for waterproofing single-layer roofing systems with mechanical fastening and welded with hot air, using automated equipment. The membranes remain elastic at low temperatures and can be used in all climatic zones according to SP 131.13330.2012. The product must not have any direct contact with materials containing bitumen, solvents, or foamed heat insulators (EPS, XPS, PIR, foamglass).

Characteristics

Colors light gray
Reinforcement Polyester mesh
Thickness, mm 1,2; 1,5; 1,8; 2,0
Strength at maximum stress, MPa 1100
Specific elongation when broken, %, not less than 15
Water absorption by weight, %, no more than 0.3
Bend point on R=5 mm beam, °C -45
Resistance to static loading, 250 N x 24 hours 20
Flammability group G2

Packaging

The rolls of PM should be stored on pallets, sorted by type, in a dry room or under an awning, in a horizontal position, no more than two layers of rolls high and at a distance of at least 1 m from any heating appliances.

Membrane thickness, mm Width x length of a roll, m Number of rolls per pallet
1.2 25 x 2.1 18
1.5 20 x 2.1 18
1.8 15 x 2.1 18
2 15 x 2.1 18

Storage

Storage in three stages using rigid spacers is allowed.

Documents

Fire safety certificates

Fire safety certificate: LOGICROOF, ECOPLAST PVC membrane

Materials

Транспортно-логистический комплекс «Южноуральский»

Solution

Other membranes

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