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SOPRA™ VI SKU: B104

SOPRA™ VI SKU: B104

SOPRA VI is a bitumen-coated base sheet for use in approved built up roof assemblies. SOPRA VI is composed of a proprietary formulation of bitumen and is reinforced with a high quality random glass fiber mat. The topside and underside are surfaced with fine mineral aggregate to facilitate hot asphalt applications.

Product Properties

  • ASTM ASTM D2178
  • Installation Method Asphalt Adhered
  • Material Built-up Roofing Ply
  • Reinforcement Glass Fiber
  • Type G1

Installation

Place SOPRA VI in desired position and back roll the product. Apply approved hot asphalt following manufacturer specifications, then roll in SOPRA VI. Refer to SORPEMA® SBS Roofing Manual for additional application guidelines.

 

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