Strong. Flexible. Durable.
High-tensile, high tear strength RF100 Reinforcing Fabric combines with our silicone coatings for an extra layer of protection in critical areas. In new construction or building restorations, Reinforcing Fabric brings long-term protection with a waterproof, flexible membrane.
Reinforcing Fabric spans static gaps up to ½ inch (13mm) to cover rough openings, penetrations, corners, flashing, transitions, changes in plane, and more. It is compatible with nearly any type of roofing substrate or air and water barrier surface, including metal, single-ply and modified bitumen roofing, as well as skylights, vents, scuppers, HVAC, and more.
Can easily conform to regular and irregular transitions including rough openings, penetrations, curbs, corners, flashing, and more
Seamless wet out
Silicone coating flows through and saturates the fabric, forming a monolithic and continuous, reinforced surface that can fully adhere to almost any substrate
Manufacturer warrants this product meets manufacturer's specifications if properly stored and applied. If not satisfied, return proof of purchase for refund. Manufacturer shall not be liable for damages in excess of the purchase price. This is the sole and exclusive remedy/liability for product defects/failure. This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, express or implied, including any warranty of merchantability or fitness. You may also have other rights that vary from state to state, so the above limitations/exclusions may not apply to you.
Labor and material warranties for up to 20 years may be available. Inspection of the completed project by a third-party engineering firm is required for warranty validation. See individual product labels for additional information.
Customers must evaluate the product and make their own determination as to fitness of use in their particular applications. See the applicable product data sheets for additional product information.
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