Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)

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Mule-Hide® PVC membranes.

Mule-Hide® PVC roofs use a heat-welding process that fuses the membrane seams to form a permanent, watertight seal.

Fleece Back

The fleece backing of this PVC membrane makes the roofs more durable and resistant to puncture. Its fiberglass reinforcement provides excellent breaking strength. This roofing membrane is California Title 24 and Energy Star® certified.

PVC KEE HP

It is mostly installed as fully-adhered and pre-printed with lap lines and fastener spacing. With improved chemical resistance over standard PVC, it is a great solution for the foodservice industry.

PVC KEE HP Fleece Back

This PVC material welds quickly and consistently. Its durable scrim reinforcement provides superior puncture resistance. Aside from being energy-efficient, it offers excellent resistance against ultraviolet radiation, ozone, and oxidation resistance.

Standard PVC

It can be installed in mechanically-attached and fully-adhered roofing systems. Standard PVC can be used as a flexible membrane flashing when installing PVC membrane roofing systems. It’s also naturally fire- resistant and more flexible and easier to work with than TPO.