Anderson Elastotherm Torch-on Range
Anderson Elastotherm® is intended for use as a partially bonded single layer top sheet within a bituminous built-up roofing system. The membranes utilise a stripe technology which plays a special role by allowing any trapped water vapour to disperse through the system eliminating blistering created by the build-up of water vapour pressure within the roof construction.
Elastotherm® is suitable for use in a warm roof over suitable insulation, or to refurbish ageing roofs which have not yet been damaged by water ingress and are structurally sound. The self-finished mineral surface provides a decorative and solar reflective finish for the built-up waterproofing system.
Features & Benefits
- 30% faster application than traditional torch-on membranes.
- Technically advanced low heat-reactive bitumen .
- Striped resinous profiles to help eliminate blistering and prolonging roof life .
- Lap security gives maximum resistance to wind uplift
Detailing to edges of Elastotherm roofs are carried out using Expandrit Plus fully bonded mineral surfaced detailing capsheets
Icopal Insured Guarantees for up to 20 Years
Anderson Elastotherm is part of the Anderson Profiles system. When installed to Icopal’s specification and by an IMA approved contractor, comprehensive insured guarantee cover for up to 20 years is available (subject to existing roof condition and roof falls.
Further information on the different levels of guarantee cover.
Anderson Elastotherm is an SBS polymer modified single layer roofing membrane reinforced with a strong polyester fleece. The upper surface is finished with mineral granules with a slate free selvedge along one long side and to one end of the roll. The underside surface has specially formulated low melt bitumen stripes with a Red SYTAN coating between to prevent adhesion during application. The underside is finished with a thermofusible film to prevent sticking in the roll.
|| Roll Size
||Elastotherm Light Grey
||5m x 1m
Product Data and Performance
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