Rubberseal is a versatile roofing material that can be used for a variety of applications. Here are some examples:
Flat roofs: Rubberseal is an excellent choice for flat roofs as it can be easily installed and is highly resistant to water and weathering. It can also be cut to fit any size or shape of roof, making it ideal for complex roof designs.
Pitched roofs: Rubberseal can also be used on pitched roofs, especially those with a low pitch. Its flexibility allows it to conform to the contours of the roof, creating a watertight seal that will last for many years.
Green roofs: Rubberseal is often used in green roof applications as it is compatible with many types of vegetation and can withstand the moisture and humidity that is common in these types of roofs.
Industrial and commercial roofing: Rubberseal is a popular choice for industrial and commercial roofing applications as it is highly durable and can withstand harsh weather conditions and heavy foot traffic.
Waterproofing: Rubberseal can also be used for waterproofing applications, such as lining ponds, reservoirs, and other water containment structures.
Overall, Rubberseal is a versatile roofing material that can be used in a wide range of applications. Its durability, flexibility, and resistance to weathering make it an ideal choice for many roofing and waterproofing projects.
Rubberseal can be utilized as a full roof waterproofing coating or as a preparatory layer by filling in cracks and voids. The product’s unique formulation enables it to cure within 48 hours, forming a robust rubber-like finish that prevents water penetration and creates a seamless membrane.
In particular, Rubberseal White is a heat-deflecting emulsion. This emulsion reduces electrical costs in high temperature climates and acts as a reflective coating, creating an energy-efficient roofing system. The Top Coating of Rubberseal™ Ceramic is an excellent finishing cover for the waterproofing membrane. It boasts a thermal emittance value of .93 and a reflectance rating of 83%, which contribute to the material’s Energy Star and CRRC listing. This product is also suitable for LEED credits.
Rubberseal has passed the ASTM 2000 hour weather ability test and has a Class A fire resistance rating. It also exhibits a 125% elongation ratio that enables it to flex and stretch over rubber membranes. Other key features include abrasion resistance, non-yellowing (for the basic white color), mildew resistance, non-toxicity, UV resistance, and flexibility for cold weather durability.