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PVC waterproof membrane

  1. PVC membrane is mainly used for waterproofing of buildings and roofs. Because this material is very easy to construct, it has good tensile strength and service life compared with asphalt roofing materials. Moreover, due to the structural characteristics of PVC membrane, its flexibility , resistant to precipitation, resistant to UV radiation, capable of withstanding heavy surface and tensile loads.

  2. One of the characteristics of PVC waterproof membrane is that it is moisture-permeable. Due to this characteristic, the building will not get wet and will not allow moisture to condense. In addition, water permeability will also help remove moisture from the building if parts of the membrane are damaged, in which case immediate roof repairs are generally not required.

  3. For flat roofs, PVC waterproof membrane has more advantages. Since there is extra available space on such a roof, and the roof has almost no inclination angle, excessive cutting is not required during construction, providing the best support for the waterproofing effect. , generally a roof constructed strictly in accordance with PVC waterproof membrane can provide reliable service for nearly fifty years, and the PVC waterproof membrane does not require any additional maintenance during operation.

  4. Another advantage of PVC waterproof membrane is that it can be installed in wet and cold weather, so there is no need to worry about construction delays.

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