parabit hot melt system

Neodyl Joint Strip and Chord

Neodyl Joint Strip is an unreinforced elastomeric bitumen membrane used to bridge the expansion joint gap between adjacent waterproofing membranes.

Neodyl Chord is a flexible extruded cord made from synthetic rubber used as a joint filler/backer rod.

To form an expansion joint in the hot melt roofing system the Neodyl Joint Strip should be torch applied to each side of the expansion joint detail allowing the centre of the strip to drape / turn into the expansion joint gap. Loose The Neodyl Cord should be loose laid into the expansion joint gap and the detail is then completed by torching the Thermaweld Capsheet across the joint, taking care not to directly torch the cord itself.

Product Availability

Product Code Description Size Roll/Pack Weight
3100563 Neodyl Joint Strip 10 x 0.3m 20kg
3100564 Neodyl Chord 10m x 3cm diameter 11kg

 

Product Data and Performance

Performance Data:
Material: Neodyl Joint Strip -- SBS elastomeric bitumen without reinforcement.
Neodyl Chord -- Flexible extruded chord made from synthetic rubber.
Colour: Neodyl Joint Strip - Black membrane with synthetic fibre finishes to both upper and lower surfaces.
Neodyl Chord - Black.
Thickness:

Neodyl Joint Strip - 5mm
Neodyl Chord - 30mm

Packaging & Storage: Neodyl Joint Strip and Chord should be stored internally or under a protective cover to provide
protection from direct rain and physical damage

 

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