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Flat roof, not insultated, carriageable

  1. Concrete substrate
  2. High stability bituminous sealing
  3. Walkable reinforced concrete
  4. Separation layer in polyethylene film, thickness 0.4 mm
  5. Distribution layer galvanized sheet metal
  6. Separation layer in sieved sand
  7. Expansion joint  in reverse "omega" in elastoplastomeric polymer bitumen membrane VIAPOL UNISOL 4, with reinforced polyester, fully torched
  8. Waterproofing layer  ​​of polymer bitumen membranes, with a reinforced polyester inlay, totally torched in full adhesion to the surface:                                                                          - 1st layer: VIAPOL TECHNO PONTI                                                                                          - - 2nd layer: VIAPOL SYNTESI SB160 4
  9. Compensation layer in polymer bitumen membrane  VIAPOL SYSTEMA 4, with a reinforced polyester inlay, torched.
  10. Spurred circular compressible closed cell cross-linked polyethylene foam
  11. Structural joint
  12. Support in reinforced concrete
  13. Bituminous primer VIABIT PLUS at the rate of 300 to 350 gr / sqm.
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