Turnkey- Asbestos Roof Encapsulation coating solution
How does asbestos encapsulation work?
Encapsulation involves covering the asbestos with performance coating that predominantly:
Benefits of LiquidRubberCoatings for Asbestos Encapsulation:
RubberGuard Asbestos Roof coating
RubberGuard is a decorative, antifungal protective coating layer, designed for long term durability and is applied to the primed surface. It is required to apply two top coats of RubberGuard The coating acts as a UV resistant layer, giving them a longer life span
What are the benefits?
While asbestos removal may seem like the obvious choice for dealing with asbestos, it’s often complicated, expensive and can result in extensive downtime. In contrast, asbestos encapsulation within a seamless, protective coating is possibly the safest and most cost-effective method of asbestos management. It involves relatively little disturbance of the asbestos, therefore minimizing risk.
But that’s not the only advantage to asbestos encapsulation. For example, roofs are an area where asbestos tends to be rife, with an estimated 1.5 million non-domestic properties reported to have an asbestos roof. Opting to encapsulate roof asbestos as opposed to removing it:
Our Steps for encapsulation:
Step 1 -Application of an antifungal
Step 2: - Application of a primer/bonding agent
Step 3: - Application of RubberGuard protective coating that is UV Stable & eco-friendly
Asbestos Roof Primer/ Bonding agent
The primer sealer is specifically designed to penetrate through degraded cement layer to the base material beneath, thereby effectively binding the unstable elements to the substrate. The primer/ bonding agent provides an excellent adhesive layer for the RubberGuard coating to follow.