Why You Should Opt for Liquid Rubber? – Epdmcoatings.com


With tremendous success Liquid rubber has been proved very useful, efficient and unique matter as a roofing solution. Originally it was created by Kuraray Co. Ltd in 1972.  Transparent and odorless is used at a “Reactive Plasticizer.” In liquid form; it cures to form a hard and sturdy surface holding almost any required shape. For a variety of purposes it is being used and therefore provides great industrial and commercial benefits.

Application

For over 20 years Liquid rubber has been specially used all over the North America, It is very easy to use where extreme temperature spikes and fluctuations is a norm with extremely productive seamless waterproof membrane. Its special characteristics, it can easily meet most of the health, safety and environmental requirements,

Applying liquid rubber is a simple, hassle-free and safe process. Apply it on the required surface area using a brush and roller. The large scale projects include factory or warehouse roofing which uses a spray system. Sprayed on the required surface area and thousand square meters can be cover up in a single day. Generally referred to as “Instant Set”, it does exactly what the name suggests – the liquid rubber takes the required shape naturally and instantly, giving you instant waterproofing. Rubber that is sprayed is cold also eliminates any potential fire hazards, forms itself quickly as singular and seamless membrane. This does not require the usage of any fleeces or primers, five times faster than many other comparable roofing solutions.

Its unique composition gives an astonishing elasticity of up to 1100% along with a startling memory of 95%. It is almost unparalleled Advantages of EPDM roofing solution

  1. Advantages of EPDM roofing solution
  2. Protection against ozone and heat.
  3. Provides good resistance against polar substances and steam.
  4. Liquid rubber is also resistant to water, salt and alkalis.
  5. Gives a smooth, crease-free surface, Easy to apply
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