ROTAFLEX™ NEO PES35/G800G/PES35

DESCRIPTION

The ROTAFLEX™ NEO PES35/G800G/PES35 complex comprises a glass laid scrim inserted between two non-woven PET layers.
The G800G laid scrim offers high tensile strength.

The specific ROTAFLEX™ NEO hydrobonding process, combined with the use of a special adhesive, provides extremely high mechanical strength, resistance to static and dynamic puncture, and tear strength. The glass laid scrim stabilizes the composite and ensures extremely good dimensional stability, even after coating in bitumen.

The glass laid scrim also contributes to the product’s fire resistance.
The production technique serves to obtain a reinforcement with an excellent visual appearance and high permeability, ensuring quick and complete bitumen impregnation.
This specialist product is the ideal reinforcement to ensure mechanical performance in top-of-the-range membranes.
The visual appearance of the surface can be modified to suit products to receive multiple coatings and/or different coatings on either side.

Related Solution(s)

Related Brand(s): 

Related Market(s):  ROOFING

Application(s):  Bituminous membranes

Material(s)

Scrim Material(s):  Glass

Mater(s) Nonwoven / Foil Polyester

Coating Acrylic SB

Construction

Total Weight 155 gsm

Yarn 68 tex

Mesh size 3.3 X 3.3 mm

Yarn count 3 X 3 ends/cm

Properties

Minimum Tensile Strength 600 X 600 N/5cm

Conditioning

Width Standard / Maximum:  100 / 200 cm

Benefit(s)

  • Resistance to static puncture
  • Resistance to dynamic puncture
  • Tear resistance
  • High tensile strength
  • Dimensional stability
  • Fire resistance
  • High permeability for good impregnation

Brand(s) Benefit(s)

The ROTAFLEX™ NEO range offers:

  • Tensile strength
  • Resistance to static puncture
  • Resistance to dynamic puncture
  • Tear resistance
  • Dimensional stability
  • Fire resistance
  • Zero capillary rise
  • Modularity
    • The option to modify the spacing and type of laid scrim thread, so as to meet mechanical strength requirements
    • The option to modify the weight of the PET, so as to meet puncture resistance requirements
    • The option to adapt the impregnation bonding agents for extreme applications