Roofing Applications & Waterproofing
Liquid Rubber is a unique product that has a successful track record in the North American market for over 20 years and has proven to work in the extremes of temperature common in Northern BC.
It provides an easy to apply seamless waterproof membrane that meets the ever increasing requirements of environmental and health and safety considerations in the industrial and commercial roofing industry.
HIGHLIGHTS OF USING LIQUID RUBBER
- Contain no VOCs;
- Environmentally and worker friendly;
- No open flame or hot liquids to apply;
- We can cover up to 10,000 sq. ft per day;
- Can be top coated;
- Can be sprayed inside without a breathing mask;
- Excellent elongation and recovery, flexibility, and the ability to bridge cracks;
- Very high tensile strength;
- Product applied seamlessly;
- Very abrasion proof;
- Turns any surface totally corrosion proof;
- Withstands ponding water;
- Can be used for primary and secondary containment;
- Can be applied to almost anything, including: concrete, wood, steel and geotextile fabrics
- 10 year warranty; and
- Lasts up to 30 years.
What is LIQUID RUBBER
Liquid rubber is a variety of synthetic rubber which is supplied in liquid form. When the rubber is utilized, it cures, hardening and holding a desired shape. There are a number of applications for this product, ranging from injection molded toys to roof sealants. This product can also be used as an adhesive, creating a tight seal when applied properly or for caulking and weatherproofing.
Liquid Rubber can be brush & roller applied, or for larger projects Liquid Rubber’s “Instant Set” system can be spray applied providing excellent and fast coverage, instantly waterproofing most surfaces. Liquid Rubber requires no primers or fleeces making it up to 5 times faster to apply versus some other systems. It sets as a single fully-bonded membrane with no joints or seams and its unique formula provides 1,100% elasticity and over 95% memory allowing for excessive roof movement.
Liquid Rubber eliminates the need for stripping old material providing an ideal over coating for most substrates including asphalt, timber, concrete, corrugated asbestos, metal and insulation boards for all types and sizes of roofs including flat roof installations.