FiberTite Roofing Systems is pleased to announce the launch of its new temporary roofing membrane, FiberTite Blue Roof.  

Since 1979, FiberTite, a roofing system for commercial facilities, has demonstrated unmatched resistance to puncture, tear, UV rays and chemicals. The FiberTite Blue Roof is a fabric reinforced thermoplastic roof membrane designed for use on flat commercial and industrial roofs to offer a temporary solution for damaged roofs until permanent repairs can be made. The coating on the temporary roof membrane provides UV resistant performance for up to 1 year, and abrasion resistance. The fabric reinforcement provides both tear and puncture resistance. It is available in rolls, 100” wide x 100’ long. It is ideal for damage caused by disastrous weather events or also for tear-off areas or new construction until the final roof assembly can be installed.  

The temporary membrane can be made watertight by conventional commercial hot-air weld seaming equipment. Alternate temporary seaming and sealing methods may include the use of FiberTite FTR-101 General Purpose Sealant, waterproofing caulk sealants, or adhesive tapes including Duct-Tape. FiberTite accessories, such as molded pipe seals and corners, flashing membrane and FiberTite FTR-101 Sealant, can be used to temporarily seal roof penetrations.

Headquartered in Wooster, Ohio, with additional manufacturing in Bristol, Tenn., Seaman Corporation is known worldwide for the production of high value, high-performance fabrics including FiberTite Roofing Systems, as well as products for architectural structures, Military applications, geomembranes, truck tarps, inflatable boats and other products.

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