SPIDER P SA
 

BRANZ Appraised self-adhered roofing and decking waterproofing membrane with ADESO technology by POLYGLASS.

LIGHTWEIGHT 2mm and 3.5kg rolls

 

INSTANT ADHESION

With patented FASTLap® and SEALLap® technology for better selvedge bonding

NO FLAME. NO TORCH. NO FIRE RISK.

EXCEPTIONALLY EASY TO APPLY; HIGHER DAILY OUTPUT

SPIDER P SA - Roofing & Decking Membranes

76208020001 - SPIDER P SA 2 MM   |  76208035002 - SPIDER P SA 3.5 MM  

Cold flexibility:-10°C

SPIDER P SA is a prefabricated SELF- ADHESIVE bituminous membrane of excellent quality, made with ADESO® technology, the innovative layering system of the  ELASTOPLASTOMERICO (BPP) compound, developed by Polyglass SpA.  In ADESO® membranes, the correct bonding of the lateral overlaps between membranes is further improved in the application phase by the exclusive self-adhesive polyurethane treatment  SEALLap®. In the slated versions, the ADESO® membranes feature the FASTLap® system, the head selvedge free from grit, which allows a faster and easier application and which allows to obtain a better sealing of the overlaps.

SPIDER P SA is a membrane made according to NAT® technology standards,  a production system through which the aging of the polymeric matrix of bituminous membranes is controlled.

SPIDER P SA has a polyester NT armor stabilized with longitudinal glass threads. The reinforcement gives good punching resistance,  dimensional stability, and tensile strength in all directions.

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Last Projects SPIDER P SA - Roofing & Decking Membranes

SPIDER P SA - Roofing & Decking Membranes is part of the lines:

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Spider P Installation

BRANZ Appraised Self-Adhered Waterproofing Membrane for Roofs and Decks.

No Torch. No Flame. No Fire Risk.

 

 

Projects using Adeso SPIDER P by POLYGLASS

Category icon PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND PLACES

Owairaka District School - Primary School

Mount Albert, New Zealand

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