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Viapol MAXI Project BMT Biarmato

Waterproofing bitumen modified membrane, distilled bitumen compound modified with high molecular polymers. Low temperature flexibility: -25°C. The membrane is reinforced with non woven polyester strand + glass fibre mat. 

The  underside finish is in UPTEX (polypropylene fleece). This finish improves the adhesion properties of the membrane. The top side finish is in anti adherent dotted talc.

The adoption of a cold application system of a polymer bitumen waterproofing membrane gives many functional advantages: 
  • minimum use of a free flames on the roof
  • no stress caused to the reinforcement through contact with torch flames
  • fully bonded elastic adhesion
  • quick and easy application
  Width Lenght
Dimensions 1.1 m 7,5 m
Packaging in polyethylene shrinkable film
4 mm
5 mm
Rolls x pallet

Top finishes
Underside finishes
Intended use
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