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Energizer® LO

  • Low Odor & Environmentally Safe
  • Extended Life Expectancy
  • User-Friendly & Versatile

Energizer LO is a multi-purpose, asphaltic polyurethane-based, low-odor, fluid-applied waterproofing membrane designed to re-store smooth or mineral-surfaced SBS, aged APP, and built-up roof systems. The combined waterproofing properties of polyurethane and asphalt material make Energizer LO an extremely durable roof restoration system.

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Product Specifications


low VOC, hospital/schools/heavily populated areas

Low Odor & Environmentally Safe

Due to its asphaltic urethane chemistry and low solvent content, Energizer LO is a low-odor product, minimizing concerns in VOC-sensitive areas like hospitals, schools, and food production plants. When the Energizer LO cures, it initially looks like hot-applied rubberized asphalt. However, there is no need for a torch or hot kettle.

Energizer LO Silver being applied to a roof

Extended Life Expectancy

When introducing SBS and APP-modified membranes, they extended the life expectancy of the standard BUR. However, like anything else, SBS and APP-wearing surfaces degrade over time due to erosion from the elements and UV degradation. Energizer LO restores the high performance of the rubber and the wearing surface like new.

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User-Friendly & Versatile

Energizer LO can be applied with a brush, squeegee, or spray, making it easy for in-house maintenance use. Energizer LO is versatile; it can be used on SBS, aged APP, and smooth or mineral-surfaced asphalt roofs.

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