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COLPHENE® SP 2.2 SKU: 01218

COLPHENE® SP 2.2 SKU: 01218

COLPHENE® SP 2.2 (sanded, polyolefin) is a proprietary formulation of elastomeric styrene-butadiene-styrene (SBS) polymer modified bitumen, reinforced with a high-quality random glass fiber mat. This SBS-modified bitumen base ply is for use in approved multi-ply roof waterproofing assemblies. The topside surface of COLPHENE SP 2.2 is covered with fine mineral aggregate. The underside is surfaced with polyolefin burn-off film to optimize heat welding.

Product Properties

  • Reinforcement Glass Fiber
  • Thickness 87 mils (2.2 mm)
  • Topside Sanded
  • Underside Burn Off Film

Installation

Prior to installation, unroll COLPHENE SP 2.2 onto the roof surface and allow to relax. Position COLPHENE SP 2.2 in desired position and back roll the product. COLPHENE SP 2.2 is then heat welded to approved substrates. Subsequent approved inter-ply or cap ply membranes are applied to COLPHENE SP 2.2 via cold adhesive. Refer to the SOPREMA SBS Roofing Guide for additional application guidelines.

 

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