Virpex PET nonwoven is often utilized in the PVC membrane system.
The membrane can include the polyester backed version to improve adherence and give a better mechanical fastening.
The PVC membrane are a roofing solution for a wide range of projects types and building constructions. The nature of single-ply membranes allows for lightweight, safe and quick to install waterproofing systems. PVC (polyvinyl chloride) and FPO (flexible polyolefin) single ply membranes often come in various grades of thickness and reinforcement.
Virpex is a PET nonwoven and it can be a component of PVC membranes. They are particularly useful for the refurbishment of existing roofs where the use of mechanical fixings is difficult or not permitted. The membrane incorporates a 200 - 250 or 300 g/m² Virpex polyester fleece backing , allowing it to be securely adhered to the specified substrate.
This membrane distribute stresses equally across the whole roof area and can prove an ideal solution for roofs with complex geometries or where fixings is not permitted by penetrating the substrate.
Virpex PET nonwoven is utilized in the manufacture of synthetic membrane of plasticised PVC . They are reinforced with a non-woven polyester felt backing of 200 g/m², 250 and 300 gr/sqm.
The main application of the membrane are isolation or cushioning purposes.
Tessilbrenta is a technical reference in the design and development of nonwoven solutions for industrial, civil engineering , and furniture applications.