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From Seed To Substrate

Kemper System showcases sustainable, odourless and solvent-free liquid waterproofing at Ecobuild 2015

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Liquid waterproofing specialist, Kemper System, will be showcasing its comprehensive range of BBA-certified KEMPEROL liquid roofing and waterproofing systems on stand S3090 at this year’s Ecobuild (3-5 March 2015), along with its STRATEX warm roof and KEMPERGRO green roof systems.

The only cost effective, solvent-free and completely odourless cold liquid applied waterproofing system available in the UK, KEMPEROL 2K-PUR will, once again, take centre stage on Kemper System’s Ecobuild stand. 

Around 80% of the applied polyols (or resins) in KEMPEROL 2K-PUR are obtained from the seeds of the tropical castor plant (Ricinus communis) a renewable resource. Perfect for use on sustainable construction projects and ideal for live projects on occupied buildings, such as schools, hospitals, food factories or office buildings, KEMPEROL 2K-PUR allows work to take place without the need for evacuation or closure, avoiding the disruption associated with the strong odours and fumes from many ‘low-odour’ or solvent-based products.

STRATEX from Kemper System will also be on show at this year’s Ecobuild. An integrated warm roof that offers exceptional performance, Stratex is supplied as a complete system of matched components - vapour barrier, insulation and waterproofing. It is equally suited to concrete, timber and metal decks on new build projects as it is to refurbishing and upgrading existing roofs.  Stratex is also ideal as a complete warm roof solution below our extensive green roof system – KEMPERGRO.

enquiries@kempersystem.co.uk

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Stand number: S3090


 

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