Industrial & Petrochemical
Roofing material that is used in the Industrial and Petro-chemical industry takes a beating over and above the normal aging process. Exhausts, residues, and chemicals used in the manufacturing processes break down most roofing materials faster than just the wind, sun, and weather.
Penetrations in roof systems make the industrial roofing material more likely to leak if it is not properly installed and maintained. Industrial (Petro-chemical) roofing systems protect extremely important switch rooms, control rooms, computer rooms, etc. These leaks can significantly affect petro-chemical operating systems, power systems, and emergency responses along with exposing employees to high voltage shock situations. A proper roofing inspection and grading process in the petro-chemical arena has the ability to forecast repairs and maintenance to significantly reduce the risk of the roof failure.
Our main roofing systems and materials include:
Single Ply Roofing – this is made up of four elements, an insulation layer, flashing, an adhesive and a single ply membrane made of plastic or rubber.
Spray Foam – This is applied as a liquid and rises to form a continuous and seamless protective barrier over roof and around pipes, vents and any protrusions through the roof.
Coatings – Roof coatings are typically used in a restorative capacity to prolong the lifespan of an existing roof. Roof contains can be installed over existing modified bitumen roofing systems, built-up roofing, metal roofing, and spray foam roofing.
Build-Up roofing – This is made up of multiple layers of materials laminated together with adhesive or asphalt.
Modified Bitumen – This is asphalt with modifiers added to give it a rubber or plastic-like properties to make it more durable.
Metal roofing – Although this is not the ideal solution for a flat shelter covering, it is definitely the best choice for sloped roofs. Metal coverings can be very attractive and they are typically made of aluminum, copper or steel and come in a multitude of colors.
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