ISOLINE UNDERSHEETING

A reliable complete waterproofing system for clay tile roofs.

Why ISOLINE?

 

 

 

What is ISOLINE?

ISOLINE is a special under-tile waterproofing sheet. Water flows freely under the tiles through ISOLINE’s channels and therefore, waterproofing is maintained on the roof.

There are special spaces on ISOLINE designed to attach the tiles to the ISOLINE sheets, to prevent the tiles from sliding. These spaces also make the application of the tiles much easier and fast, where strings are not needed anymore. 

 

What are the special advantages of ISOLINE?

ISOLINE is in fact compatible with many types of tiles, although the most common application is with the 'Marsellaise' type of tiles. Without depending on the type of tile used, ISOLINE sheets provide solutions for even complicated  roof details: binding the tiles to the roof becomes easier, it enables heat insulation elements to be applied and as a result, you get a perfect roofing system free from thermic insulation problems as well.

 

 

Why ISOLINE for roof renovations?

With ISOLINE, you are able to repair your roof while using the same old tiles. Furthermore, there is no urgency in applying the tiles right after the sheets, since ISOLINE provides total waterproofing even when there are no tiles on them. And once the tiles are applied, your roof is “twice efficient” for waterproofing.

 

Get Rid of Ventilation Problem:

An air space of 90 cm2/m resides beneath the ISOLINE gutters. This space helps to discharge the vapor inside the building and creates an air circulation over the heat insulation materials. Additionally, the flow of air created among the roof tiles and ISOLINE allows rapid drying of roof tiles which all mean: "A ventilated roof a long lasting roof!"

 

 

          

 

 

 

 

Applications

Residential

 

Institutional

 

Commercial

 

Renovation

 

 

 

Characteristics

 

 

WidthLengthNet coverageWeightCorrugation heightNo. of corrugations
102 cm182 cm1,65 m²/piece6,0 kg/pcs-3,6 kg/m²2,4 cm21 / sheet

 

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