bituminous waterproofing


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bituminous waterproofing

A waterproofing material such as tar.
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The System Bituline's scope is the use of torch applied modified bituminous waterproofing membranes Bituline and its accessories in various waterproofing needs.
The company manufactures bituminous waterproofing products for buildings which are used in the foundations and roofs to prevent water leakage, said chairman and chief executive Fareed Bader.
The company manufactures needlepunched, nonwoven polyester geotextiles - A1 and A1 XL series; needlepunched nonwoven polypropylene geotextiles - Alyaf XP range; thermally bonded, needlepunched nonwoven polypropylene geotextiles - Alyaf XS range; a polyester thermally set range engineered for use in cold applied liquid waterproofing systems - Alyaf TS range; paving fabrics made from 100 per cent polyester fibre - Alyaf TS range; a three-dimensional cellular confinement system engineered to provide erosion protection on slopes - ALFWEB, and nonwoven polyester mats engineered specifically for the production of bituminous waterproofing membranes.
Its other main uses are for bituminous waterproofing products, including production of roofing felt and for sealing flat roofs.
Icopal, headquartered in Herlev, Denmark, is Europe's leading manufacturer of bituminous waterproofing membranes.
Built-up bituminous waterproofing systems are popular because of their lower cost and the availability of both materials and mechanics.
meter) Major Markets: All Industrial, Roofing (bituminous waterproofing rolls, BUR), Flooring (primary and secondary backing for automotive, tiles, broadloom and dust control mats), Automotive, Filtration, Geotextiles, Reinforced Plastics Notes: A major European producer of industrial nonwovens whose technology has already been exported to the U.S.