BMI offers 3 options for liquid-applied roofing

Sealoflex - in its Ultima, Endura and Prima variants - is perfect for new-builds and overlaying existing roofs. Its flexibility lends itself to complex geometries, penetrations and detailing

In association with
An anti-skid surface being applied to BMI Sealoflex Endura.
An anti-skid surface being applied to BMI Sealoflex Endura.

BMI UK & Ireland’s Sealoflex range of liquid-applied waterproofing offers a choice of three high-performance solutions - Sealoflex Ultima, Sealoflex Endura and Sealoflex Prima - backed by market-leading guarantees and a six-step specification service.

Sealoflex systems are ideal for use on most substrates - from concrete, bitumen and asphalt to plywood, synthetic membranes and metal roofs.

Headlining the collection is Sealoflex Ultima, a lightweight and versatile, single-component system that is low odour and solvent and VOC-free, and a superb choice when there may be environmental sensitivities.

For trafficked areas, such as balconies, terraces and podium decks, Sealoflex Endura combines superior durability with fast curing and application.  

  • BMI Sealoflex Endura applied to a residential terrace.
    BMI Sealoflex Endura applied to a residential terrace.
  • Balconies and walkways at Mountblow Sports Pavilion, Glasgow, refurbished with BMI Sealoflex Endura.
    Balconies and walkways at Mountblow Sports Pavilion, Glasgow, refurbished with BMI Sealoflex Endura.
  • Solvent-free BMI Sealoflex waterproofing applied to an international airport pier.
    Solvent-free BMI Sealoflex waterproofing applied to an international airport pier.
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For more details and technical support, visit, bmisealoflex.com 

 

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