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EPDM Roofing Membrane

EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer) synthetic, rubber roof membranes have been used on roofs in the United States since 1960. It is one of the most common types of low-slope roofing materials. This is because it is relatively inexpensive, simple to install, and fairly clean to work with when compared to conventional built-up roofs. There are fewer odors and fumes that accompany built-up roofs which appeals to many property owners and managers. The properties of EPDM - resilience; tensile strength; elongation; resistance to ozone, ultraviolet light and ponding water make this membrane an excellent roofing material.

Advantages of EPDM Roofs

  • Installs easily with large sheets which reduces a tremendous amount of labor as compared to other roofing systems
  • Lightweight; great for use as a recovery system
  • Because no aggregate surfacing is necessary, maintenance and repairs are easily accomplished
  • Available in .045 mil, .060 mil, and .090 mil to meet every need
  • Traffic Resistant
  • Fast track system for time sensitive projects

EPDM System Design Considerations

  • Roof must have positive drainage
  • Roof must have positive drainage
  • Roof should not be expected to be used as a traffic surface
  • Buildings venting any type of contaminate onto the roof surface should incorporate grease traps or recovery systems

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