The Paslode IM350+ provides increased reliability and extended service intervals. Features a new nose design for improved grip and a dual action rafter and belt hook. Suitable for first fix timber to timber applications. Supplied with a heavy duty carry case.
FEB AQUASEAL BITUMEN ROOF REPAIR MASTIC is a trowel applied, black bitumen mastic, designed to retain its plasticity, and is suitable for overcoating with other Feb AQUASEAL Roofing products.
FEB AQUASEAL BITUMEN ROOF REPAIR MASTIC is used to repair cracks and joints in roofs prior to application of the final waterproof coating, and for jointing metal gutters.
Instructions for Use
Preparation of Substrate
All surfaces should be thoroughly cleaned to remove dust, dirt and other foreign matter which may affect adhesion. Wet surfaces should be brushed free from water and wiped with a dry cloth to remove any excess moisture which remains. Concrete, asbestos cement and other porous surfaces should be primed using FEB AQUASEAL FLASHING & ROOF PRIMER and allowed to dry.
Apply FEB AQUASEAL BITUMEN ROOF REPAIR MASTIC by trowel so that it fills the imperfection and overlaps adjoining surfaces by 50mm (2?) to a thickness of 1.5mm (1/16?).
For cracks exceeding 3mm (1?8?) in width lay a reinforcing strip of metal foil, canvas or thin roofing felt to cover the imperfection allowing a 400mm (1?) overlap, bed well in and cover the reinforcing strip with a further 1.5mm (1?16?) thick coat of FEB AQUASEAL BITUMEN ROOF REPAIR MASTIC. FEB AQUASEAL BITUMEN ROOF REPAIR MASTIC may be overcoated with other FEB AQUASEAL roofing products. Oil based paint should not be applied over FEB AQUASEAL BITUMEN ROOF REPAIR MASTIC as discolouration will result.
Our premium cast lead sheet is made to BBA quality approval (BBA 86/1764) and is the ideal material to use for flashings and weather proofing. Code numbers relate to the thickness of the lead sheet. Depending on where the lead is used, the appropriate code needs to be chosen, as indicated in the table below.
The DryVent Ridge System provides a continuous weathertight air path from the roof void to the outside within a mechanically fixed ridge, complying with the requirements of the Building Regulations.