What is TPO?
TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin) is a single-ply reflective roofing membrane made from polyprophylene and ethylenepropylene rubber polymerized together. This thermoplastic cool roof solution has gained broad industry acceptance for its many performance and installation advantages. TPO is among the fastest growing commercial roofing products in the world today.
What is Modified Bitumen?
This type of roofing is an evolution of asphalt roofing. It is made from asphalt and a variety of rubber modifiers and solvents. There are several ways of connecting pieces of this material. In a heat application process the seams are heated to melt the asphalt together and create a seal. There is also hot-mopped application, similar to how conventional built-up roofs are installed. Cold-applied adhesives and self-adhesive membranes are two of the more recent options. This material is also referred to as APP, SBS, and SEBS.
What is the light weight concrete?
Light weight concrete (foamed concrete) is a versatile material which consists primarily of a cement based mortar mixed with at least 20% of volume air. The material is now being used in an ever increasing number of applications, ranging from one step house casting to low density void fills.
What is the Roof Coating?
A roof coating is a monolithic, fully adhered, fluid applied roofing membrane. Many roof coatings are elastomeric, that is, they have elastic properties that allow them to stretch and return to their original shape without damage.
What is the Traffic Coatings?