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PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride)

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PVC
(Polyvinyl Chloride), the predecessor to TPO, is another type of single-ply roofing system offered and has several great performance advantages.

Performance advantages include:

  • Due to its durable composition, this material is highly resistant to punctures and tears normally experienced by most commercial roofing membranes.
  • Unique resistance to fire that, when exposed, virtually extinguishes itself. Therefore considered one of the most fire resistance commercial roofing membranes offered.
  • This material can easily accommodate a wide range of temperature changes with little deterioration.
  • Perfect for industrial applications, this material is extremely resistant to industrial pollution and toxic chemical exposure.
  • This material is heat welded during installation. This creates a molecular bond between sheets that provides waterproofing, durability, and longevity advantages.
  • This material can also be coated or mixed with additives in order to comply with specific needs for individual roofing systems.
  • The use of chlorine in the composition of this material extends its lifespan, decreasing the need for early roofing membrane replacement.

Other important facts about PVC include:

  • It can be recycled repeatedly after initial use, it uses a low amount of non-renewable resources to create and requires the least amount of energy to produce out of any other roofing material on the market.



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