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StressPly® EUV/ EUV FR Mineral

Fiberglass-polyester reinforced, SBS and SIS modified bitumen membrane provides long-term performance as the waterproofing and reinforcement layer of a modified bitumen roofing system.

These membranes have excellent low temperature flexibility, long-term weathering characteristics and an increased overall life expectancy as a result of the combination of SBS and SIS rubber. The incorporation of recycled content provides an environmentally friendly roofing solution without sacrificing performance. StressPly EUV FR Mineral contains a fire retardant and has a unique reflective mineral surfacing.


Product Advantages


Technical Data

 StressPly EUVStressPly EUV FR Mineral
*Tensile Strength MD 700 lbf./in. (122.5 kN/m)
XD 750 lbf./in. (131.25 kN/m)
MD 700 lbf./in. (122.5 kN/m)
XD 750 lbf./in. (131.25 kN/m)
Width 3 ft. 3 in. (1 m) 3 ft. 3 in. (1 m)
Length 34 ft. 8 in. (10.57 m) 26 ft. 2 in. (10.57 m)
Weight 85 lbs. (39 kg) 85 lbs. (39 kg)
Nominal Thickness 115 mils (2,921 microns) 160 mils (4,064 microns)
Net Coverage 100 sq. ft. (9.29 m2) 75 sq. ft. (6.97 m2)

*Test Method ASTM D 5147 is tested at 2 in./min. @ 73.4 ± 3.6°F
(50 mm/min. @ 23 ± 2°C)

StressPly EUV FR Mineral product is protected by U.S. Patent #6,524,980 and U.S. Patent #6,933,007

Packaging

20 rolls/pallet (StressPly EUV)
25 rolls/pallet (StressPly EUV FR Mineral)


Approvals that apply to this product

FM Approved logo Miami-Dade County approved logo Intertek Warnock Hersey logo


Certification/Validation

CRRC RATED Logo
(0700-0013 – StressPly EUV FR Mineral)

LEED graphic Title 24 Logo
StressPly-EUV-FR-Min UL Logo

 

Protected by US patent 6,524,980

KEVLAR® is a registered trademark of E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company.

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