Green credentials: solvent-free, low-odour adhesive
As a solvent-free polyurethane adhesive, InsuBond (A9331) meets an increasing need for green solutions within the roofing industry. InsuBond (A9331) can be used on populated buildings, such as schools and hospitals because of its low-odour, and is more pleasant to use for the applicator compared to other solvent-based adhesives.
Extremely versatile: compatible with most types of insulation boards
InsuBond (A9331) is compatible with most types of tissue and foil-faced insulation board, including EPS, XPS and PIR. Its versatility allows your contractor to bond to VCL or straight to decks whilst minimising the number of products stored onsite.
Minimises project cost: eliminates equipment investments & task-time
InsuBond (A9331) minimises project cost by reducing task-time and investment in application equipment. It is a single-component MCPU adhesive, which can be quickly and easily applied straight from the tin in beads, and its rapid cure ensures task-time is kept to a minimum.
Protects contractor reputation: BRE tested
Your contractor understands the importance of laying a long-lasting roof in order to protect their reputation. InsuBond (A9331) has been extensively tested to stringent BRE guidelines, surpassing test requirements and ensuring secure, long-lasting bonds. Using InsuBond (A9331) also reduces the need for intrusive and damaging mechanical fixings.
Maximises contractor/building safety: eliminates ‘hot works’ and is non-flammable
At Apollo Roofing Solutions, we understand many contractors are moving away from ‘hot works’ due to health & safety concerns and the rising cost of insurance. InsuBond (A9331) eliminates the need for ‘hot works’, maximising building/contractor safety whilst also reducing costs. It can also be stored on site because it is a non-flammable product.
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