- Place of Origin: West Bengal, India
- Brand Name: STP LTD
Specificationsmembrane is comprised of three layers - a TPO polymer base; a strong, polyester-reinforced fabric center (scrim) and a tough the
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Carlisle SynTec Incorporated
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membrane is comprised of three layers - a TPO polymer base; a strong, polyester-reinforced fabric center (scrim) and a tough thermoplastic polyolefin compounded top ply. Because top ply is the most vital membrane component for long-term weathering characteristics, Carlisle manufacturers its membranes with an industry leading thicker and smoother top ply over scrim. The smooth surface resists dirt pick-up and biological growth compared to other thermoplastic membranes.
Membrane Sizes and Benefits
Available in seamless 8'-, 10'-, and 12'-widths, with both 4'- and 6'-wide perimeter sheets, Sure-Weld is offered in 45- and 60-mil standard, and 72- and 80-mil extra thicknesses. Membranes are manufactured in standard white, gray and tan. Special colors are available upon request.
Sure-Weld white membrane carries the EPA/DOE ENERGY STAR® rating and labels. To qualify as an ENERGY STAR® compliant partner, Sure-Weld has met and exceeded stringent program guidelines based upon solar reflectance and heat emittance. Carlisles ENERGY STAR® compliant Sure-Weld membranes with their high reflectivity ratings help reduce the amount of energy required to maintain cool building environments. Less energy consumed results in less pollutants generated back into the atmosphere (lessening the Urban Heat Island Effect) and directly contributes to a cleaner, cooler environment.
Sure-Weld membranes are ideally suited when environmental issues are of concern because the membrane is produced without the use of any chlorinated ingredients or plasticizers. Sure-Weld membranes are 100% recyclable.
Heat-Welded Systems are easy to install since minimal labor and few components are required. Sure-Weld membrane welds at fast speeds 10 to 15 feet per minute at moderate temperature settings. The Mechanically-Fastened Roofing System starts with insulation fastened to the substrate. Sure-Weld membrane is then mechanically fastened through the insulation using HP-X fasteners and Piranha Plates (see Carlisles Fastener Briefolio Sheet). Adjoining membrane sheets are overlapped and joined together by hot air welding. Sure-Weld Fully-Adhered Systems begin with insulation mechanically attached to the roof deck. The membrane and substrate are then coated
with Carlisles Sure-Weld Bonding Adhesive. Sure-Weld membrane is rolled into place, and seams are hot air welded to form a monolithic assembly.
Sure-Weld System Accessories
Sure-Weld Bonding Adhesive is a high-strength, solvent-based, contact adhesive for bonding Sure-Weld membrane to various porous and nonporous substrates. Carlisle Cut-Edge Sealant is a free-flowing polymeric material designed for sealing cut edges of Sure-Weld reinforced membrane.
Sure-Weld Coated Metal is a galvanized steel sheet coated with a layer of non-reinforced Sure-Weld Flashing. The sheet is cut into appropriate widths and used to fabricate metal drip edges or other roof perimeter edge profiles. Sure-Weld membrane can be welded directly to the metal.
Sure-Weld Sealant Pockets are prefabricated pockets made of a 2"-wide (5cm) polymer support strip applied to Sure-Weld Flashing (patented). Pockets are ideal for sealing irregular and hard-to-flash penetrations through the membrane.
Sure-Weld Walkway Rolls are designed to protect your Sure-Weld membrane especially in areas exposed to traffic adjacent to roof hatches and access doors and in areas requiring regular maintenance of rooftop equipment. Walkway rolls may be heat-welded directly to Sure-Weld
membrane to eliminate movement due to high wind conditions. Weathered Membrane Cleaner is used to prepare Sure-Weld membrane that has been exposed to the weather for seven or more days prior to hot air welding.
Contact your Carlisle Manufacturers Representative for current specifications and details.
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