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Roof Underlayments - September 2016

Roof underlayments featured in Metal Architecture's September 2016 issue.

Drexel Metals Inc.

Drexel Metals Inc.

Drexel Metals' Metshield Synthetic roof underlayment is a high-tensile strength, 40-mil, SBS-modified bitumen with a UV-resistant, anti-slip polyethylene woven top facer. It self-seals around roofing nails, screws and clips used to install the primary roof system. It has a skid-resistant surface for steep-slope applications. Metshield Synthetic underlayment may be used with metal, asphalt and slate shingles and tiles, and a variety of sloped roof materials. It may be used for commercial and residential applications using plastic cap fasteners and roofing nails (3/8-inch head).

www.drexmet.com

DuPont Building Innovations

DuPont Building Innovations

DuPont Building Innovations' Tyvek Protec roof underlayment is a secondary water barrier on steep-sloped roofs (2:12 or higher) under metal, asphalt, cedar or slate shingles and tiles. Tyvek Protec is offered in a variety of grades: Tyvek Protec 120, Tyvek Protec 160 and Tyvek Protec 200. It is designed to lay flat, be wrinkle free and easy to chalk.

www.tyvek.com/protec

Firestone Building Products

Firestone Building Products

Firestone Building Products' CLAD-GARD SA-FR roof underlayment with Core- Gard is a single-layer, self-adhered, waterproof, UL Class A roof underlayment. Primer is not required in temperatures higher than 40 F. It is covered by Firestone Building Products' Red Shield Warranty.

firestonebpco.com