ROTATEX™ G915 G50A

DESCRIPTION

The ROTATEX™ G910 G50A complex comprises a glass laid scrim affixed to a 50 gsm glass web. The modified SBR adhesive is temperature-stable and compatible with bitumen. This complex can be used on rapid and high-performance impregnation lines, owing to the tensile strength and dimensional stability provided by the glass laid scrim.
The glass web helps to ensure the dimensional stability of the complex and the bituminous membrane. With its greater basis weight and good permeability, this glass web is easily impregnated by all types of bitumen, even those with a high additive content, and on rapid impregnation lines. It allows for control of membrane thickness, even for thick membranes. The glass web improves the fire resistance of the bituminous membrane by reducing dripping during the BRoof test.
This complex has been optimized to obtain bituminous membranes with tensile strengths greater than 1000 N/5 cm.

Related Solution(s)

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Related Market(s):  ROOFING

Application(s):  Bituminous membranes

Material(s)

Scrim Material(s):  Glass

Mater(s) Nonwoven / Foil Glass

Coating SB

Construction

Total Weight 119 gsm

Yarn 68 tex

Mesh size 2.5 X 2.5 mm

Yarn count 4 X 4 ends/cm

Properties

Minimum Tensile Strength 916 X 932 N/5cm

Conditioning

Width Standard / Maximum:  100 / 300 cm

Benefit(s)

  • Very high mechanical strength
  • Dimensional stability
  • Compatible with bitumen
  • Fire resistance
  • 50 gsm glass web for thick membranes
  • Provides membranes with a tensile strength > 1000 N/5 cm

Brand(s) Benefit(s)

The ROTATEX range offers:

  • Mechanical strength
  • Dimensional stability
  • Resistance to alkaline corrosion
  • Resistance to delamination
  • Resistance to high temperatures
  • Tear resistance
  • Minimal capillary rise
  • Minimal thickness
  • Compatible with various media/substrates
  • Modularity (various versions with different densities and types of thread)
  • Bonding agents developed in-house and adaptable to your product requirements