Roofing Membranes

Roofing membrane is a type of roofing system used for commercial and residential flat roof applications. Roofing membranes are most commonly made from rubber such as EPDM, which is regarded as one of the most superior roofing membranes available, due to its elasticity and extreme weather resistance. The expected life span of EPDM rubber roofing membrane is in excess of 40 years.

EPDM Roofing Membranes

EPDM roofing membrane can be welded together to form a continuous sheet over the roofs surface. This type of roofing creates a waterproof seal at all seams and connection points. It is a low maintenance system which eliminates leakage through its resistance to expansion and contraction.

Roofing Membrane Systems

The Sealeco Superseal roofing membrane is a light weight adhered or mechanically attached system, which is easy to use and install on site using a heat splicing technique. Alternatively, larger made to measure sheets can be prefabricated in our factory and laid directly onto the roof. Thermobond heat splice accessories provide a complete engineered system. All details are available such as corners, boots, collars, drains, flashing sheets and adhesives. The Superseal cold adhered and mechanically attached flat roofing system are certified and fulfil the requirements of the British Board of Agreement, BBA certificate No 92/2799.

Russetts Developments Ltd is an approved distributor of the complete Sealeco roofing membrane system. We can offer not only all the products required for one of the most exceptional roofing systems around but also complete training and technical support.

For more information on our EPDM roofing membrane and pricing, Contact us today.

Cold Adhered 

in polyurethane adhesive

Mechanically Attached

Roofing drawingBeads of adhesive are applied over approximately 25% of the roof surface. Superseal membrane is laid parallel, traverse to the roof slope with 50 mm overlapping. Seams are heat spliced with a hot air splicing machine. 

Mechanically adhered roofing membrane drawingThe Superseal membrane is laid along the rooftop with 50 mm overlap. The membrane is secured by fasteners through both membrane edges. Seams are heat-spliced with a 150 mm wide Thermobond Spice Strip and the Thermobond Strip Splicing Machine.