3-1 SOPRASMART BOARD
3-1 SOPRASMART BOARD
3-1 SOPRASMART BOARD is a high performance panel of an SBS-modified bitumen base membrane, SOPRABOARD asphaltic coverboard and two inches of SOPRA-ISO polyisocyanurate insulation for use in approved multi-ply membrane assemblies. To create 3-1 SOPRASMART BOARD, a semi-rigid, asphaltic roofing substrate board is factory laminated to SOPRA-ISO and then laminated to an SBS modified bitumen base ply reinforced with a tough, dimensionally stable non-woven polyester mat creating a time and labor-saving solution. The topside is surface with polyolefin burnoff film to optimize heat welding applications or a fine mineral aggregate to optimize cold adhesive and hot asphalt applications.
Prior to installation, unfold 3-1 SOPRASMART BOARD onto the roof surface and allow to relax. 3-1 SOPRASMART BOARD is installed via mechanical fastening, approved adhesive or hot asphalt following manufacturer specifications. When installing via mechanical fastening, 3-1 SOPRASMART BOARD is fastened through the patented DUO SELVEDGE lap following the details for the uplift pressure required. Subsequent approved inter-ply or cap ply membranes are applied to 3-1 SOPRASMART BOARD via heat welding. Refer to SOPREMA SBS Roofing Guide for additional application guidelines.
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Michigan State University – East Lansing, Michigan
The facilities management staff at Michigan State University is responsible for over 17,000,000 sq.ft. of roofs. When the staff determines that a re-roof of one of the 580 buildings on campus is necessary, options are limited to known and trusted manufacturers that offer systems with superior in-field performance, such as SOPREMA.
CSU Maritime Academy – Vallejo, California
California Maritime Academy chose SOPREMA®’s SOPRALENE® SG cap sheet because it meets Title 24 cool roof standards. The California Energy Commission’s Title 24 Energy Efficiency Standards for Residential and Nonresidential Buildings establishes prescriptive requirements for cool roof materials in new construction or major re-roofing projects.