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Master Bitumens Roof Felt Adhesive Cold Applied Bond ,Roof Felt Laps, Timber 5L

Master Bitumens Roof Felt Adhesive Cold Applied Bond ,Roof Felt Laps, Timber 5L

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Master Bitumens Roof Felt Adhesive Cold Applied Bond ,Roof Felt Laps, Timber 5L

Master Bitumens Roof Felt Adhesive Cold Applied Bond ,Roof Felt Laps, Timber 5L

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    FELT ADHESIVE is a solvent based, high

    viscosity, bituminous adhesive with strong initial

    "grab" properties.


    FELT ADHESIVE is a cold applied roofing

    adhesive formulated for convenience and safety,

    ensuring affinity and a strong, final bond to roofing


    • Guarantee - Statutory
    • If stored in a cool, dry place. The shelf life is a minimum 24 months, in original unopened containers
    • METHOD OF USE Apply by stiff brush, mop or squeegee. Preparation Ensure that the surface to be repaired is dry and clean, i.e. free from all loose debris, rust, dirt and grease. All traces of algae and fungus growth should be removed using a stiff bristled brush. Where algae and fungi have been present, remove all traces completely and treat the surface with Fungicide in order to kill any remaining spores, thereby discouraging the return of the growths. In general the felt laying techniques employed should be those detailed in BS Code of Practice 144 Part 3 1970, Clause 4.6. Certain types of felt (particularly organic fibre reinforced felts: type IF BS747) should be prepared for laying by first cutting into convenient lengths (5 metres) and leaving these sections laid flat and weighted down for 24 hours. The FELT ADHESIVE should be brush applied to the surface and left "open" for 15 to 30 minutes (depending upon drying conditions) in order to develop its full tackiness. The felt should be placed into the wet adhesive film carefully, rubbing or rolling each section down to ensure maximum contact with the adhesion and ensuring that all air has been excluded. Whenever possible, the felt should be unrolled into the FELT ADHESIVE and rolled home with a light roller (approx. 25 kg, 55 lbs). Lap Cement: Laps at the edges should be at least 75 mm (3") wide and laps at roll ends should be at lease 150 mm (6"). Laps and final edges should be liberally treated on their undersides with FELT ADHESIVE and well compacted. Timber Roofs: On timber roof structures, the first layer of felt must be nailed down to comply with BS CP 144: Part 3: 1970, the second and third layers may be bonded with FELT ADHESIVE.

    Features and benefits

    • Bonding all types of roofing felts to metal, timber and concrete.
    • Sealing roofing felt laps
    • Bonding chippings to flat roofs
    • High bond strength

    Legal Information

    • Label Info 1: Signal Word Danger Label Info 2: Hazard Statements H336 May cause drowsiness or dizziness.H372 Causes damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure.H411 Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects.H226 - Flammable liquid and vapour Label Info 3: Precautionary Statements P210 Keep away from heat, hot surfaces, sparks, open flames and other ignition sources. No smoking.P260 Do not breathe dust/fume/gas/mist/vapours/ spray.P280 Wear protective gloves/protective clothing/eye protection/face protection.P273 Avoid release to the environment.P302 + P352 IF ON SKIN: Wash with plenty of water/…P403 + P233 Store in a well-ventilated place. Keep container tightly closed.P501 Dispose of contents/container to local regulatory authority


    Coverage per litre2m²/L
    Drying time24 h
    Maximum application temperature30°C
    Minimum application temperature5°C
    Number of pieces1
    Product weight6000g
    VOC details500g/L
    Product code5060173695583