Danosa Torch On 2.5mm SBS Underlay - 12m x 1m Danosa
Danosa Torch On 2.5mm SBS Underlay - 12m x 1m Danosa
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Danosa Torch On 2.5mm SBS Underlay - 12m x 1m

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Danosa Torch On 2.5mm SBS Underlay - 12m x 1m

Product Code: 141130

ESTERDAN 30 P ELAST. is a waterproofing bituminous sheet with non self-protected surface of 3.0 kg/m².
Composed of a non-woven polyester felt reinforcement and covered on both sides with SBS modified bitumen mastic. A polyethylene film is used as anti-adherent material on both sides.
Tested according to standard EN test methods.

Important Recommendations


  • The design of the roof should be considered in relation to its compatibility with the building as a whole, and account taken of the significance of materials which may be included for other reasons.
  • The roof covering, including joints, parapets, abutments, gutters and outlets, should remain weathertight under the external action of rain, snow, ice, dead and imposed loads, wind loads, solar and night radiation, and the internal environment of the building.
  • Falls should be provided to enable the roof to drain towards outlets, gulleys or gutters of sufficient capacity. Gutters and roof drainage should be designed appropriately.
  • As failures in flat roofs are often caused by the harmful effects of moisture which is trapped during construction, it is essential that great care be taken to minimize such risks. Trapped water may be the result of the use of wet materials, water from in-situ concrete and wet screeds, or rain on unprotected construction.
  • Be careful about damage from the limited foot traffic associated with installation and maintenance operations. Reasonable care should be taken to avoid sharp objects or concentrated loads. Where regular traffic is envisaged, ie maintenance of lift equipment, a walkway should be provided.
  • On completion of the roof, the non-mineral finished membranes should have a surface finish applied.
  • In the event of damage the membrane must be repaired as soon as possible with a patch of the membrane torch-bonded over the damaged area.
  • On cap sheets it is possible that some localized loss of the mineral surfacing may occur, after some years, in areas where complex detailing of the roof design is incorporated.
  • The membranes should be subjected to regular annual inspections and roof drains kept clear as is good practice with all roofing membranes.
  • Differential movement between the waterproofing membrane and the substrate, or any overlaid insulation in inverted roofs, or other material should be taken into account in design. If necessary, movement joints should be made in the waterproofing membrane.

    Standards and Certification


    UNE EN 13707 standard.
    UNE EN 13969 standard.
    CE marking.
    BBA 10/4787 Product Sheet 1 "GLASDAN ELAST, ESTERDAN ELAST AND POLYDAN ELAST ROOF WATERPROOFING MEMBRANES".
    DIT 550/10 “ESTERDAN PENDIENTE CERO”.
    DIT 567/11 “ESTERDAN – SELF DAN – POLYDAN ESTRUCTURAS ENTERRADAS”.
    Document Technique d'Application 5/09-2088 “Glasdan ELAST-Esterdan ELAST-Polydan ELAST”.
    Avis Technique 5/11-2255 “ POLYDAN JARDÍN”.
    Documento de Aplicação DA39/2013.


Specification


Length : 12m

Width : 1m

Roll surface :12m2

Rolls per pallet : 28 rolls

Brand Danosa
Coverage 12m2
Length 12m
Width 1m

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Description

ESTERDAN 30 P ELAST. is a waterproofing bituminous sheet with non self-protected surface of 3.0 kg/m².
Composed of a non-woven polyester felt reinforcement and covered on both sides with SBS modified bitumen mastic. A polyethylene film is used as anti-adherent material on both sides.
Tested according to standard EN test methods.

Important Recommendations


  • The design of the roof should be considered in relation to its compatibility with the building as a whole, and account taken of the significance of materials which may be included for other reasons.
  • The roof covering, including joints, parapets, abutments, gutters and outlets, should remain weathertight under the external action of rain, snow, ice, dead and imposed loads, wind loads, solar and night radiation, and the internal environment of the building.
  • Falls should be provided to enable the roof to drain towards outlets, gulleys or gutters of sufficient capacity. Gutters and roof drainage should be designed appropriately.
  • As failures in flat roofs are often caused by the harmful effects of moisture which is trapped during construction, it is essential that great care be taken to minimize such risks. Trapped water may be the result of the use of wet materials, water from in-situ concrete and wet screeds, or rain on unprotected construction.
  • Be careful about damage from the limited foot traffic associated with installation and maintenance operations. Reasonable care should be taken to avoid sharp objects or concentrated loads. Where regular traffic is envisaged, ie maintenance of lift equipment, a walkway should be provided.
  • On completion of the roof, the non-mineral finished membranes should have a surface finish applied.
  • In the event of damage the membrane must be repaired as soon as possible with a patch of the membrane torch-bonded over the damaged area.
  • On cap sheets it is possible that some localized loss of the mineral surfacing may occur, after some years, in areas where complex detailing of the roof design is incorporated.
  • The membranes should be subjected to regular annual inspections and roof drains kept clear as is good practice with all roofing membranes.
  • Differential movement between the waterproofing membrane and the substrate, or any overlaid insulation in inverted roofs, or other material should be taken into account in design. If necessary, movement joints should be made in the waterproofing membrane.

    Standards and Certification


    UNE EN 13707 standard.
    UNE EN 13969 standard.
    CE marking.
    BBA 10/4787 Product Sheet 1 "GLASDAN ELAST, ESTERDAN ELAST AND POLYDAN ELAST ROOF WATERPROOFING MEMBRANES".
    DIT 550/10 “ESTERDAN PENDIENTE CERO”.
    DIT 567/11 “ESTERDAN – SELF DAN – POLYDAN ESTRUCTURAS ENTERRADAS”.
    Document Technique d'Application 5/09-2088 “Glasdan ELAST-Esterdan ELAST-Polydan ELAST”.
    Avis Technique 5/11-2255 “ POLYDAN JARDÍN”.
    Documento de Aplicação DA39/2013.


Specification


Length : 12m

Width : 1m

Roll surface :12m2

Rolls per pallet : 28 rolls



Technical Specifications

Brand Danosa
Coverage 12m2
Length 12m
Width 1m


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