LIQUID ALUMINUM FOR BITUMINOUS SHEATH

SILVERTOP is a solvent-based aluminum paint, based on synthetic resins and mineral charges. It is mainly used to protect bituminous waterproofing membranes from wear caused by atmospheric agents.

Colours: aluminum

Supports: Bitumen-polymer membranes, tanks and pipes

Consumption: 300-400 gr/mq

Equipment: brush, roller, airless

LT. 18 – 10

LIQUID ALUMINUM FOR BITUMINOUS SHEATH

SILVERTOP is a solvent-based aluminum paint, based on synthetic resins and mineral charges. It is mainly used to protect bituminous waterproofing membranes from wear caused by atmospheric agents..

DATA SHEET

Colours: aluminum

Supports: Bitumen-polymer membranes, tanks and pipes

Consumption: 300-400 gr/mq

Equipment: brush, roller, airless

Packaging: Lt 18 – 10

LIQUID ALUMINUM FOR BITUMINOUS SHEATH

SILVERTOP is a solvent-based aluminum paint, based on synthetic resins and mineral charges. It is mainly used to protect bituminous waterproofing membranes from wear caused by atmospheric agents.

DATA SHEET

Colours: aluminum

Supports: Bitumen-polymer membranes, tanks and pipes

Consumption: 300-400 gr/mq

Equipment: brush, roller, airless

Packaging: Lt 18 – 10

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