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February 9, 2022 - 10 min

Roofing Flameless Solutions Training

Published by SOPREMA Experts

Flameless roofing systems are increasingly popular in the industry. As the safety of workers and the environment is a strong concern, this type of technology has evolved and the product offer has considerably improved and diversified.

This method of application can be carried out on all types of buildings, but it is particularly recommended for permanently inhabited or 24/7 production premises. It is essential to use a safe and VOC-free solution since it is impossible to close these institutions for renovations.

In order to facilitate the installation and application of our flameless solutions, SOPREMA offers a series of training videos that will help you at every step!

Flameless Solutions Training Videos

Sefl-adhesive Membranes

How to install a self adhesive base sheet membrane on the field surface?

How to install a self adhesive reinforcing membrane around drain and vent?

How to install a self adhesive base sheet membrane on a parapet?

How to install a self adhesive cap sheet membrane on the field surface?

How to install a self adhesive cap sheet membrane on a parapet?

Adhesives

How to install an adhesive bonded base sheet membrane on the field surface?

How to install an adhesive bonded reinforcement membrane around drains and vents?

How to install an adhesive bonded base sheet membrane on a parapet?

How to install an adhesive bonded cap sheet membrane on the field surface?

How to install an adhesive bonded cap sheet membrane on a parapet?

Solution In Continuous Innovation

  • Roof membranes can be applied with fewer restrictions.
  • Contractors can save costs; the absence of open flames and hot kettles can lead to safer working conditions, potentially lowering the cost of project insurance.
  • Excellent membrane performance is achieved; flameless solutions are designed for high membrane performance.
  • The use of an adhesive between membranes can be considered as an additional waterproofing layer, depending on the product used.
  • Industry tested: flameless roofing systems are tested in accordance with the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Standard A123.21.

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