Bituminous waterproofing, membranes and roof-tiles

The advantage of bitumen waterproofing is the opportunity for their application on variety of construction surfaces, including those with great inclination or complex geometry.

Bitumen as a building material has been known for millenniums. It has proven its advantages and has sufficiently long history that allows the accumulation of the necessary know-how for its production and use. Technological development has resulted in development of different bitumen-based materials and compositions as well as a significant improvement in their characteristics, such as increased resistance to high and low temperatures (from -35 ° C to + 130 ° C), aging, durability and crack resistance.

Important advantages of bitumen waterproofing are the possibility of its laying on a variety of construction surfaces, including those with great inclinations and complex geometry, excellent adhesion to the base and easy laying.

  • Bitumen waterproofing membranes with slate

    As a single-layer hydro insulation or as a finishing layer in a multi-layer hydro insulations. They are covered by colorful mineral slate on the upper side and polyethylene foil on the lower side. 

  • Bitumen waterproofing membranes without slate

    For use as a basic hydro insulation of flat and inclined roofs as well as a medium layer when performing bitumen hydro insulation in the residential and public buildings.

  • Bituminous shingles and roof accessories

    Perfect decision for making a finishing layer over light roofing constructions which could not keep the weight of the traditional ceramic tiles and the modern concrete tiles

  • Bitumen pastes and primers

    Before the application of bitumen based hydro insulation systems, it is recommendable to use  priming products from the same origin. 

  • Bitumen tape and sealants

    For elastic sealing of construction joints or cracks with sealants in the shape of thin-layered tapes of elastic bitumen material which is protected by aluminium foil.