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PLASTICS: The material for maximum design freedom

Arts centres, leisure buildings, museum buildings, schools, administration buildings, company head offices - what they all have in common is that they command public attention. Consequently, their design is not confined to the fa├žade, but also extends to the roof - in most cases flat roofs.

Thermoplastic membranes are the trendsetters on flat roofs. With their technical advantages, they lead the way and can be found in all areas where large or specially shaped surfaces have to be waterproofed quickly and reliably. Thermoplastic roofing membranes are available in a wide range of materials with a multitude of fastening methods and offer maximum design freedom. With highly tear-resistant reenforcements they are tension-resistant yet sufficiently flexible. In terms of dimensional stability, thermoplastic waterproofing systems are unmatched, withstanding extreme temperatures when other systems have long failed. They follow the sweep of curved roof surfaces and closely hug the finer contours. The result is neat and homogeneous seams, that are capable of taking some beating.

From loose laying to full-surface bonding - there's no limit to design freedom either when it comes to renovation.

Colour design, visually appealing surfaces, neatly executed details - that's where thermoplastic roofing membranes excel. More and more designers and customers are therefore opting for thermoplastic roofing membranes produced with constant quality on highly advanced machinery.