BITUMEN SHINGLES

Bitumen shingles are strip waterproofing material produced from APP modified bitumen with glass vial base. One side is coated with polyethilene film (fine-grained sand), and the other side is coated with on coloured mineral granules. The mineral granules give the tiles colour and completion. It is previously coloured with various pigments at high temperature. This procedure gives the colours resistance, protects the bitumen layer from UV radiation and provides durability of the shingles.
The bitumen shingles are manufactured in three types: beavertail, honey comb and triangle in wide range of colours. They are flexible, resistant and lightweight, suitable for application on domed roofs or inclined roofs with slope from 12° to 90°. They are easy to be laid and suitable for all climate conditions.

 

 

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