Securely bonds PIR insulation boards: high-strength adhesive
InsuBond (A9900) is a high-strength adhesive that allows your contractor to securely bond PIR tissue and foil-faced insulation board to vapour control layers (VCL), decks or insulation boards.
Reduces task-time: fast-curing, single-component adhesive
At Apollo Roofing Solutions, we understand time is money to your contractor, which is why InsuBond (A9900) has been developed as a fast-curing adhesive. It is also simple to apply straight from the tin in beads because of its low viscosity. InsuBond (A9900) also allows your contractor to move onto the next task more quickly because it will cure rapidly in a wide range of temperatures (5-30°C).
Minimises project cost: eliminates specialist equipment investment and has an excellent coverage rate
InsuBond (A9900) eliminates the need for specialist equipment investment via its manual bead application. InsuBond (A9900) is also extremely economical due to its low coverage rates, for more information please refer to the InsuBond (A9900) Technical Data Sheet.
Maximises contractor/building safety: eliminates ‘hot works’ and is a non-flammable product
Health & safety concerns and the rising cost of insurance has meant many contractors looking for an alternative to traditional ‘hot works’. InsuBond (A9900) eliminates the use of ‘hot works’, therefore maximising contractor/building safety and helping to reduce costs. InsuBond (A9900) can also be stored safely onsite because it is a non-flammable product.
Protects contractor reputation: BRE tested
Your contractor knows the importance of laying a long-lasting roof in order to protect their reputation. InsuBond (A9900) has been rigorously tested to ETO TR005 standards for resistance to wind uplift independently at BRE premises. It is also reduces the need for intrusive and damaging mechanical fixings.
Notes: All diagrams are for illustrative purposes only and are not intended to show a precise image of the product. All technical information on temperature and timings (text or icons) represent normal working conditions (based on 20°C temperature), and is provided as a guideline only.