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SENTINEL® WALKWAY PAD SKU: P903

SENTINEL® WALKWAY PAD SKU: P903

SENTINEL WALKWAY PAD is an extruded roll made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) membranes. It protects the roof membranes from damage caused by necessary foot traffic or accidental tool drops. This product is compatible with SENTINEL PVC and KEE roofing membranes and can be applied to new or existing roofs using standard hot air welding equipment.

Product Properties

  • Type Membrane Accessories

Installation

To remove dirt, biological growth and other residue, power wash all surfaces with a maximum of 2000 psi using a wide fan tip. Allow surface to completely dry before application of the walkway pad. Place the SENTINEL WALKWAY PAD over the membrane with the textured side facing up. Allow the pad to relax prior to installation. Attach the SENTINEL WALKWAY PAD to the membrane using a 1.5-in (38.1 mm) weld along the entire perimeter. A 2-in (50.8 mm) gap is required between sections of walkway pad to allow for proper water drainage.

 

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