Everbuild 904 Roofing Felt Adhesive - 2.5 litre

904
Short Description:

Everbuild 904 Bitumen Felt Adhesive is a cold-applied, black, oxidized bitumen based adhesive used to bond roofing felt to itself, concrete, asphalt, metal, wood and similar surfaces. Also suitable for use as a cold-gritting solution.

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Everbuild 904 Roofing Felt Adhesive - 2.5 Litre Features:

UK Wide Delivery | SIIS Ltd 

 

Everbuild Black Jack 904 Bitumen Roof Felt Adhesive is a cold applied, the oxidised bitumen-based adhesive used to bond roofing felt to most surfaces including metal, concrete, timber and more.

  • High bond strength 
  • Suitable for sealing roofing felt laps and bonding chippings to the final layer of felt
  • Suitable for gritting
  • Provides a tough but flexible film which hardens and softens with changing temperatures
  • Resistant to most salt solutions, dilute acids and alkalis, water and alcohol

Everbuild 904 Roofing Felt Adhesive - 2.5 Litre Specifications:

Chemical Base Aromatic petroleum hydrocarbon
Packaging 1, 2.5, 5 & 25ltr tin
Colour Black
Shelf Life 24 months in tightly sealed undamaged containers. Storage Conditions EVERBUILD® BLACK JACK® 904 BITUMEN ROOF FELT ADHESIVE contains a flammable solvent and all normal precautions against fire must be taken during both storage and use. Store in original container in cool (5°C to 25°C) dry conditions. Keep away from sources of ignition.
Density 0.9 - 1.0 g/cm3
Consumption / Yield / Dosage 
                                                   As a roof felt adhesive: 0.6 – 0.8 litres per square metre
                                                   As a gritting adhesive: 3mm chips: 0.7 litres per square metre
                                                                                          10mm chips: 0.9 litres per square metre
Ambient Air Temperature 10°C to 25°C. Surfaces must be free from ice and water.
Substrate Temperature -20°C to +35°C (below 38°C flash point) for slopes less than 10 degrees
Drying time 24 hours depending on drying conditions