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SOPRASOLIN HD SKU: D16600

SOPRASOLIN HD SKU: D16600

SOPRASOLIN HD is a multi-purpose self-adhered membrane composed of proprietary SBS-modified bitumen. The underside consists of a release film and a specially blended self-adhered bitumen layer. The topside is surfaced with an aluminum film. SOPRASOLIN HD is designed to waterproof around vents, chimneys, skylights, ventilation units, etc. SOPRASOLIN HD is recommended for repair work and all general maintenance work. SOPRASOLIN HD may be left exposed for up to one year.

Product Properties

  • Thickness 40 mils (1.0 mm)
  • Type Tape

Installation

SOPRASOLIN HD may be applied to approved substrates primed with a compatible primer specifically approved by SOPREMA® for self-adhered membrane applications. Unroll, position and cut or shape SOPRASOLIN HD to needed dimensions. Set the roll by removing the release film 8 to 12 inches and adhere that exposed bitumen portion to the substrate. Once placed, remove the remaining release film by pulling at a low angle diagonal to the sheet. Press the membrane firmly with a roller and remove any air pockets.

 

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