PVC waterproofing membrane is a modern roofing material, which is made of high quality flexible (plasticized) polyvinylchloride. Depending on the application area there are reinforced and unreinforced membranes. Reinforced waterproofing membrane has a reinforcing base in the form of polyester mesh or glass fiber and it is used for waterproofing of roofs.
Reinforced membranes have increased durability. Unreinforced membranes are more flexible, have high tear resistance and are used for waterproofing of underground structures, tunnels, swimming pools.
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) membrane
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a trusted membrane that has been providing decades of waterproofing protection in Europe and North America. PVC's popularity stems from its dependable, heat-welded seams, high reflectivity, superior physical attributes and resistance to water, chemicals, grease, fire and punctures.
Elongation at break %≥
Thermal dimensional change %≤
-25℃ no crack
Peel strength at joints/N/mm ≥
Trapezoidal Tear Strength/ N
Water absorption (70℃,168h)/%
Thermal aging treatment(80℃,672h)
No bubbles, cracks, delamination,holes
Maximum tensile retention/% ≥
Elongation at break retention rate/% ≥
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