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COLVENT™ FLAM 180 FR GR SKU: 01986

COLVENT™ FLAM 180 FR GR SKU: 01986

COLVENT™ Flam 180 FR GR is an elastomeric modified bitumen partially-adhered cap ply for roof membrane recover systems. COLVENT Flam 180 FR GR is composed of a elastomeric styrene-butadiene-styrene (SBS) polymer-modified bitumen blend and a non-woven polyester reinforcement. The underside consists of ribbon strips of SBS modified bitumen surfaced with plastic burn-off film for torching the ribbons to approved substrates. The ribbons are arranged in a proprietary pattern to vent vapor pressure between the substrate and the COLVENT Flam 180 FR GR. The 3 inch side laps are surfaced with polyolefin burn-off film for torching the full width of the side laps. The topside is surfaced with ceramic coated granules.

Product Properties

  • ASTM ASTM D6164
  • Component Cap
  • Installation Method Heat Welded
  • Reinforcement Polyester
  • Thickness 160 mils (4.0 mm)
  • Topside Granules
  • Underside Burn Off Film

Installation

Apply via heat welding.

 

Testing & Approvals

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