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Energizer K Plus FR

  • Long-Lasting Waterproofing
  • Versatile & User-Friendly

Energizer K Plus FR is a multi-purpose, rubberized, fluid-applied waterproofing membrane designed to restore existing smooth surfaced SBS, aged APP, and built-up roof surfaces. Energizer is made from the same unique blend of SBS (Styrene-Butadiene-Styrene) rubberized asphalt used in Garland’s HPR® modified membranes. Energizer K Plus FR has the added strength of KEVLAR® incorporated into the coating.

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Long-Lasting Waterproofing

Extend the life of your roof with Energizer K Plus FR, which provides natural resistance to moisture, chemicals, UV, and aging.

Photos of Energizer K Plus being applied

Versatile & User-Friendly

Energizer is versatile; it can be used on SBS, APP, and smooth or mineral-surfaced asphalt roofs. Energizer can be applied with a brush, squeegee, or sprayed, making it easy for in-house maintenance use. Therefore, there is no need for torches or kettles. The coating cures quickly because of Energizer's K Plus FR high solids content. Energizer K Plus FR can be used for smooth roofs and can take a reflective coating within 30 days.

Photos of Energizer K Plus being applied


Energizer K Plus FR incorporates KEVLAR aramid fibers which are short, tough, engineered fibers that build enough viscosity to impart superior sag resistance. The KEVLAR aramid fibers also add increased tensile strength, superior UV cracking resistance, and added fire resistance.

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