Scotia Roofing Supplies offer both Icopal’s Enviroflex and Seal-a-Leak product range. They are the latest innovations in cold applied liquid roofing technology combining the benefits associated with existing alternative products to create new systems which are very user friendly.
Anyone who has used a liquid applied waterproofing system will be familiar with the challenges often associated with this type of product. Enviroflex is a completely solvent free liquid system which dispenses with unpleasant odours, restrictive weather conditions, differing application processes and multi components being required in order to complete the flat roofing system.
Enviroflex™ is an extremely versatile product which can be used for flat roof applications of all shapes and sizes, ranging from small domestic to large commercial projects.
Installed directly to new timber or existing waterproofing systems, Enviroflex™ cures to form a completely seamless, durable and flexible surface that can tolerate minor building movement and foot traffic.
The Enviroflex™ System comprises of a very simple product range involving, primers, liquid coatings reinforcing fabrics, and walkway accessories.
No accelerants or inhibitors are required to aid the curing process – the coating is applied directly from the tin.
Furthermore, opened tins of coating or primer can be resealed allowing unused material to be utilised at a later date – Enviroflex™ is the ideal product to have in the van should a problem leak require an emergency repair!
The Enviroflex™ liquid coating and primers benefit from a fast curing process which allows completed areas to be trafficked within the same day. Dependant upon climatic conditions, the Enviroflex™ liquid coating can receive foot traffic in approximately 4 hours and is weatherproof in 30 minutes.
Seal-a-Leak™ is a liquid repair kit designed to provide an emergency or temporary waterproofing solution to damaged or punctured flat roof membranes.
Seal-a-Leak™ comprises a single component polyurethane based, moisture curing liquid resin. The resin is supplied in a 1 litre tub. It is packaged with a second tub containing an instruction sheet, a small amount of priming solution and a polyester reinforcement fabric which are used in conjunction the liquid resin to form a fully adhered, monolithic membrane repair.