Drip edge pvc tpo clad metal sheet

PVC Clad Drip Edge Metal, 2x4 in. x 10 Feet (2 inch face, 4 in. top) with 1/4 kick-out drip edge. 24 ga. galv. steel, weldable PVC clad face-side. 10 ft./Piece. 10 Pieces/Bundle.

TPO and PVC membrane can be directly heat welded to the same type of coated metal. Coated metal is available in 4' x 10' sheets and fabricated into multiple edge metal profiles such as drip edge and gravel stop, scupper drains, and other customized prefabricated parts. Through Wall Scupper is available in custom sizes. TPO / GALV / PVC. For more information call Advantage Sheet Metal at 405-256-0406

SENTINEL® Skirted Drip Edge is designed with a factory applied membrane and pre-punched fastening holes to provide both time and labor savings. SENTINEL Skirted Drip Edge has an interlocking, concealed splice plate designed to prevent splice plate migration and is available in 12 foot lengths for fewer seams to simplify the installation process. Jun 04, 2014 · Metal-Era Metal-Era has announced the addition of pre-manufactured TPO Coated Drip Edge to its Edge Systems One product line. The new product fills a need in the industry for a pre-manufactured edge metal that is heat-weldable.

Jan 05, 2015 · In terms of weathering (i.e., based on the Heat Aging and the Accelerated Weathering tests), TPO has the clear edge over PVC. This may surprise some diehard PVC users, who may be unaware of the advances made in TPO formulation over the last several years. Jun 11, 2013 · TPO - Drip Edge Bare Metal Mule-Hide Videos. Loading... Unsubscribe from Mule-Hide Videos? Cancel Unsubscribe. Working... Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe 1K. Loading... Jun 11, 2013 · TPO - Drip Edge Bare Metal Mule-Hide Videos. Loading... Unsubscribe from Mule-Hide Videos? Cancel Unsubscribe. Working... Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe 1K. Loading... Dec 15, 2017 · Along the roof’s perimeter, we install PVC-clad, heavy-gauge stainless drip edge with a bonded, weldable PVC coating. The drip edge is nailed off with stainless steel roofing nails at a rigorous 3- to 4-inch on-center spacing (replacing membrane stress plates along this edge). To finish it off, we then seal it under a weld-down cover strip. In this second part of our Roofing Materials Guide, we will go over materials made specifically for low slope applications, where traditional roofing materials will not work. In this guide, we will discuss two types of flat roofing materials – single ply membranes and built-up roofs. Single Ply Membranes – EPDM Rubber, PVC and TPO