On the roof ad walls

On the roof ad walls

1. Non-permeable roofing membranes

The non-permeable roofing underlay is a
material shielding insulation and roof structure
from water vapour penetration from habitable
spaces. It is laid between insulation and
finishing elements – most often gypsum
cardboards. It constitutes a barrier for water
vapour forming inside the building, protecting,
at the same time, wooden elements of
the roof structure and insulation against
moisture. The non-permeable underlay fulfils
the function of an additional windproofing
– prevents heat losses as a result of free air
circulation and roof draughts.

Non-permeable roofing membranes

2. Bands for roofing membranes and underlays

The correct installation of non-permeable roofing underlays requires application of proper joining bands. It ensures correct
functioning of the initial roofing layer and non-permeable layer. Any sealing work and damage repair in membranes or underlays
should be performed with the use of purposebuilt bands.

3. Low vapour permeability membranes

The low vapour permeability membranes are products used as initial roofing in sloping roofs. Their basic task as an initial roofing
layer is to seal the primary roofing and protect insulation fitted in the roof structure from moisture. Application of the low
vapour permeable membrane as an initial roofing in case of buildings with habitable loft spaces necessitates the use of lower
ventilation gaps between the membrane and insulating material in the roof structure

4. Membranes with high vapour permability

The EUROTOP membrane is a primary roofing layer which improves roofing tightness. It solves the problems related to condensation water accumulating in insulation and roof structure. The EUROTOP membranes can be used as initial roofing of sloping roofs – in case
of both habitable and non-habitable loft spaces, and in external walls as windproofing.