Rubber Clad Roofing EPDM

September 10, 2014

Project progress - Ruin Studios - Conservation & Innovation


The project uses EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) rubber waterproofing to clad entire new structure of the building. The main advantages of the material can be summarised as follows:


• Water resistant yet vapour permeable.

• Withstands extremes of temperature between -50°C and +130°C.

• Elongation of over 400% with no degradation over time.

• Resistant to ozone and UV.

• No fire risk.

• A natural product.

• Individual elevations including cut-outs for doors and windows can be manufactured in the factory with vulcanised joins between roll widths.









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