Synthetic Membranes (PVC & TPO)

Synthetic membrane is categorized into two parts PVC & TPO membranes.
PVC waterproofing membrane is made up of high quality flexible (plasticized) polyvinylchloride. This material was first introduced in Europe in 1960's, and even today all round the globe, it is considered best for infrastructure projects with high life expectancy.
TPO (Thermoplastic polyolefin) waterproofing membrane was introduced in 90's and due to its UV resistant feature and durability it is considered to be a suitable product for exposed roofing applications.

Available Reinforcements : Polyester Reinforced, Glass fibre reinforced & Non-reinforced.
Available Thickness : 1.2 mm to 2.0 mm
Features : Strength; elasticity and tightness; atmosphere and chemical resistance; Resistance to wind loads; frost-proof; resistant to changes in temperature; resistance to oxidation and UV rays; high durability; fire resistant;
Uses : Below Grade Structures & Basements.
Bridge Deck & Tunnels.
Water body & water retaining structures, reservoirs etc.