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The Science and Technology
of Traditional and Modern
Roofing Systems

by: Dr. H. Laaly

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Chapter NamePgs
24Single-Ply Roofing Membranesp. 40
Introductionp. 1
Workmanshipp. 1
Why Single-Ply: An Historical Perspectivep. 1
The Evolution of Building Designp. 1
The European Experiencep. 1
Technical and Economical Factorsp. 1
Energy Factorsp. 1
Labor: Is BUR a Dirty Word?p. 1
Bur Battles Backp. 1
Polymer Chemistry And Single-Plyp. 1
Thermosetting vs. Thermoplasticp. 1
Single Ply Classificationsp. 1
Modified Bitumensp. 1
Prefabricated and Reinforcedp. 1
Hot Applied Rubberized Asphalts (RA)p. 1
Cold Applied Liquid Membrane (CLM)p. 1
Thermosets (Elastomers)p. 1
Thermoplasticsp. 2
Liquid Applied Systemsp. 1
Single Ply And System Designp. 2
The Ballasted Systemp. 1
The Adhered Systemp. 1
The Mechanically Attached Systemp. 1
A Basis For Selecting Roofing Membranesp. 1
Criteria For Selecting A Single-Ply For Your Roof Systemp. 1
Structural Considerationsp. 1
Deck Compositionp. 1
Load Bearing Capacityp. 1
Deck Penetrationsp. 1
Wind Uplift and Climatic Variablesp. 1
Chemical Environmentp. 1
Roof Accessp. 1
Aestheticp. 1
Building Codes and Costsp. 1
Pinpointing Problems With Single-Plyp. 1
Project Pinpoint was initiated by the NRCA in 1974.p. 1
Lap Defectsp. 1
Shrinkagep. 1
Tear and Puncturesp. 1
Delaminationp. 1
Insulationp. 1
Other Problems with Single-Plyp. 1
Distribution of Problemsp. 1
Problems With Moisture And Single-Pliesp. 2
Single-Ply Alerts For Further Considerationp. 1
Designp. 1
Fieldp. 2
Conclusionp. 1
Manufacturers of Single-ply, BUR or Bothp. 4
References And Further Readingp. 11

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