Liquid Roof

Liquid Roof
Liquid Roof

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Liquid Roof Uses

Liquid Roof is ideal for various forms of roof repair: RV roof repair, metal roof repair, and more. However Liquid Roof is not now for RV roofs! Liquid Roof is moreover recognized as an “EPDM” a rubber appreciated for its protecting possessions and adaptability. Liquid roof sticks to the entire types of facades- canvas, plywood, suds, cement, mass rubber, customized roofing, additional roof coverings, strengthen, timber, top tiles, genuine tiles, solid, and more! Use it on approximately everything, counting previews, RVs, decks, pool liners, underground room waterproofing, and channels.


Tuesday, May 27, 2008


Features and Benefits of Liquid Rubber

• Easy to apply single coat system
• Instant set - Reduces project time
• Spray, Brush or Roller applied
• Easy to apply single coat system
• Water based – No harmful vapour
• Extremely flexible – Allows for substrate movement
• Odourless
• Seamless – No laps or joints
• High puncture resistance
• Strongly bonded to substrate
• Allows freedom of architectural design
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Saturday, May 3, 2008

Liquid Rubber EPDM

Liquid Rubber EPDM can be applied directly on many types of surfaces with solid, stable, non-porous and uniform surfaces such as flat roofs. For most surfaces, primers are not necessary. As an example, some types of surfaces that can be coated with Liquid Rubber EPDM are as below ;

- EPDM Rubber Sheets / Roofs
- Galvanize Steel Panels / Roofs
- Non-Polished Aluminum Sheets / Roofs
- Steel Plates ( Painted, Unfinished, Light Corrosion )
- Fiberglass Panels / Roofs
- Wood & Plywood ( treaded with oil based sealer )

- Non-porous / steel troweled concrete surfaces / masonry
Though, Liquid Rubber EPDM can be applied using airless spray equipment, this document deals with manual applications – recommended for surfaces of less than 20,000 sq.ft.
Besides flat and sloped surfaces Liquid Rubber EPDM has enough consistency so that it can also be applied on vertical walls / surfaces, to about 20 mils dft. or thinner per coat. The prime considerations when applying on sloping / vertical surfaces should be safety and falling hazards.
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