Securely bonds PVC membrane: specialist contact adhesive
MemBond (A3353) has been developed specifically for bonding single-ply PVC membrane to insulation board, decks and up-stands. PVC leaches plasticisers that prevent it bonding to another substrate, if an inappropriate adhesive is used. This can waste time and money. MemBond (A3353) is a contact adhesive that is resistant to plasticisers, which allows it to create a strong and secure bond between the PVC single-ply membrane and substrate quickly.
Complete detail work quickly: simple to apply, fast-tack adhesive
Many contractors use MemBond (A3353) to complete detail work, including up-stands, roof edges and junctions. This is because it is simple to apply to both substrates with a brush and it builds-up tack extremely quickly, which ensures a high-strength bond in minutes.
Minimises project costs: removes the need for specialist equipment and lowers labour costs
Specialist equipment is not required to apply MemBond (A3353), which means there is no capital investment required from your contractor. Its fast-tack time also helps to lower labour costs by reducing individual task-time. MemBond (A3353) enables your contractor to move quickly from one task to the next.
Protects contractor reputation: promotes longevity of the roof
Your contractor knows the importance of laying a long-lasting roof in order to protect their reputation. MemBond (A3353) promotes longevity of the roof because it is elastomeric and durable. Using MemBond (A3353) also reduces the need for intrusive and damaging mechanical fixings/fasteners.
Maximises contractor/building safety: eliminates ‘hot works’
Many contractors are turning away from ‘hot works’ due to concerns over safety and rising insurance costs. MemBond (A3353) maximises contractor/building safety because it eliminates the need for ‘hot works’, which also helps to reduce costs.
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