Pro F System

When to specify...

The Pro F single layer bitumen system is suitable for warm roof scenarios on both new build and refurbishment projects. Designed to be installed on flat roofs with a minimum fall of 1:60 (1 degree) and roofs with slopes up to 25°.  This system meets current UK Building Regulations Part B for External Fire Protection within our system application and features torch-free and safe to torch installation on combustible details.

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Key features

•  5.2mm thick elastomeric bitumen membrane
•  Capping sheet with high tensile strength of 1000N/50mm
•  Flame-free option available for installation processes
•  Withstands climatic extremes of over 100C variation
•  Expandable graphite fire retardant prevents spread of flame
 

Benefits

•  Heavy duty, robust and extremely tough
•  Life expectancy of over 30 years
•  Avoids inherent risks of using a naked flame
•  Resistant to European climatic conditions
•  Satisfies requirements of Part B of Building Regulations
 

Approvals, certification and guarantee

•  Comprehensive range of guarantees for this system
•  Certified to EOTA and UEAtc standards by SINTEF Reinforced Bitumen
•  BS 476 Part 3 fire tested and EU Fire Test EN 1301-5:2005, classification Broof (t4)
 

Environmental credentials

•  Reinforcement used in our capping sheets is made from recycled polyester
•  Bauder insulation is CFC and HCFC free with zero ODP
•  BRE Green Guide Generic A Rating (A+ to E scale) for PIR insulation
 

Installation and maintenance

The quality and experience of the installing operative is paramount to ensuring a successful project. Bauder Approved Contractors are the only people fully trained and certified to install our products. They provide the necessary experience that our exceptional guarantee demands.
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Safe2Torch industry initiativeBauder Torch-Free Detailing Methods 

Our torch-free detail design specifically delivers secure safe application techniques in the vicinity of combustible construction materials located on, or connected to, the roof such as timber substrates or upstands; abutments to cladding, roof tiles, slates or thatch; or even debris such as dry leaf material that is at risk from ignition.  The application methods meet NFRC Guidance Document 'Safe2Torch'
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