Titanium® UDL25

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Titanium UDL25

Premium air, water and vapor barrier for use under: Metal, Shake & Shingle roofing

Premium air, water and vapor barrier for use under: Metal, Shake & Shingle roofing

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UDL25 Features & Benefits

UDL25 Features & Benefits

  • Patented SURE-FOOT® slip resistant nodular walking surface and an advanced resin technology that provide superior steep slope walkability
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty
  • Up to 6 months UV exposure rating
  • Meets and exceeds ASTM D226 Types I & II
    and D4869 Types II & IV
  • ICC ES Approved - CAN/CSA A220.1
  • Class A Fire ASTM E108
  • Meets Class 4 Hail Rating
  • Florida Building Code Approved
  • Texas Department of Insurance
  • 11 times lighter & 14 times stronger than #30 felt
  • Contributes to LEED® points, 100% Recyclable
  • All temperature performance -40°F to 240°F
  • Synthetic construction inert to mold growth
  • Cool gray surface, doesn’t expand or contract
  • Dual logo custom printing available

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Titanium® UDL25 is a highly engineered, mechanically attached, coated woven synthetic roofing underlayment for sloped roofs. UDL25 represents the future in felt replacement technology, and used in conjunction with Titanium PSU30 self adhered underlayment, offers the sloped roofing industry a truly revolutionary system of safety and security.

UDL25’s advanced polymers combine to deliver a unique gray synthetic roofing underlayment that can be used under all types of primary roofing materials to replace 30lb felt. Gray technology provides for a cooler working surface during installations and up to a 6 month UV exposure. Unlike smooth surfaced underlayments, UDL25 possesses a revolutionary patented slip resistant Sure-Foot® nodular walking surface technology that allows for easier steep slope walkability, even in wet or dusty conditions.

Gone are the days of blow-offs and call backs, since UDL25 is 14 times stronger than 30lb felt. UDL25 also offers big savings in time and labor as it is over 30% faster to install than felt! A 10 square roll weighs only 25 lbs! This low weight combined with 48” width and 250ft roll run length means fewer laps and cuts on every job. This ease of roll handling and reduced labour allows roofers to do more jobs in less time, inventory fewer rolls, and gain an edge in productivity and profits.

UDL25 is 100% synthetic and unlike oil saturated felt is unaffected by water. It is also inert to mold and mildew. It is engineered to lay flat and will not buckle or wrinkle when exposed to temperature and moisture fluctuations on the roof. UDL25 can be left on the roof uncovered without the need for tarps. Unlike oil saturated felts, UDL25 does not dry out, leach oils in the heat, nor does it become stiff, difficult to roll or crack in the cold.

The unique features of UDL25 combined with exceptional tear strength and up to 6 months exposure time allows your job to stay on track through all kinds of wind and weather. Less material damage and waste during installation and fewer post-install repairs result in significant savings in time and money. UDL25 will continue to provide a secondary layer of protection against leaks for you high quality, long life rated, primary roofing long after oil saturated felt products have turned to dust! end

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Installation Instructions

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Titanium® UDL25 is an air, water and vapor barrier (.06 perms) and therefore should be installed above a properly ventilated space(s). It is recommended to follow all building codes applicable to your geographical region and structure type.

DECK PREP: All protrusions from the deck area must be removed and ensure the deck has no voids, damaged or unsupported areas. Deck surface should be free of debris, dry and moisture free.

USE: Titanium UDL25 must be covered by primary roofing within 180 days of application. UDL25 is designed for use under; asphalt and synthetic shingles, metal roofing, and cedar shakes.

APPLICATION: For slopes 2:12 and higher UDL25 is to be laid out horizontally (parallel) to the eave with the printed side up. Horizontal laps should be 4" and vertical laps should be 6"and anchored approximately 1" in from the edge. For low slope applications it is recommended to overlap 50% plus 1", for complete definition of low slope and guidelines consult authorities having jurisdiction. UDL25 product is not recommended for slopes less than 2:12. The use of a roofing hammer, hatchet hammer, pneumatic air or gas driven fastener tools is acceptable. The use of a straight edge cutting knife is recommended.

FASTENERS: For same day coverage with primary roofing UDL25 can be anchored with corrosive resistant 3/8" head x 1" leg roofing nails (ring shank preferred, smooth leg acceptable). The use of every other anchoring location printed on the product is also acceptable. DO NOT USE STAPLES: use of staples to penetrate UDL25 will void warranty.

ANCHORING: All anchoring nails must be flush, 90 degrees to the roof deck, and tight with the underlayment surface and the structural roof deck. Where seams and joints require sealant or adhesive use a low solvent plastic roofing cement meeting ASTM D-4586 Type 1, or Federal Spec SS-153 Type 1 such as Karnak, Henry, DAP, MB, Geocel or equivalent. Acceptable alternatives are butyl rubber, urethane, and EDPM based caulk or tape sealant.

EXTENDED EXPOSURE: If Titanium UDL25 product will be exposed longer than 1 day but less than 5 days then it is recommended to anchor using corrosive resistant 3/8" head x 1" leg roofing nails (Ring shank preferred). For exposure more than 5 days and up to 180 days UDL25 product must be anchored with 1" plastic or metal cap smooth or ring shank roofing nails. Miami-Dade approved tin tags or metal caps are also acceptable, and it is recommended for best performance to use with the rough edge facing up. For extended exposure it is always recommended to anchor on every printed position on the facer. Note: UDL25 is not designed for indefinite outdoor exposure. For extended exposure conditions where driving rain or strong winds are expected it is recommended to take additional precautions such as doubling the lap widths. Alternately or in addition to a compatible sealant could be used between the laps or a peel and stick tape could be applied to the overlaps.

CAUTION - READ GOOD SAFETY PRACTICES BELOW
Good safety practices should be followed on steep slope roofs, such as use of tie-offs, toe boards, ladders and/or safety ropes and personal body harnesses. Follow OSHA guidelines. Slip resistance may vary with surface conditions from debris that accumulates, weather, footwear and roof pitch. Failure to use proper safety gear can result in serious injury. Depending on roof pitch and surface conditions, blocking may be required to support materials on the roof and is good safety practice. Remember to seal the nail holes after removing blocking.

Instrucciones de instalación

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Titanium® UDL25 es una barrera contra el aire, el agua y el vapor (.06 perms), por lo que debe instalarse sobre espacios con una ventilación adecuada. Se recomienda seguir todas las normas de construcción de su región geográfica para su tipo de estructura.

PREPARACIÓN DE LA ESTRUCTURA DEL TECHO: Deben eliminarse las zonas salientes de la estructura del techo y esta no debe tener espacios vacíos ni áreas dañadas o sin apoyo. La superficie del techo debe estar seca y sin residuos ni humedad.

USO: El Titanium UDL25 debe cubrirse con el techado principal dentro de los 180 días posteriores a la aplicación. El UDL25 está diseñado para utilizarse bajo tejas sintéticas o de asfalto, techados de metal y tejados de cedro.

APLICACIÓN: El UDL25 debe instalarse de forma horizontal (paralela) al alero en techos con pendientes de 2:12 ó más, con el lado impreso hacia arriba. Los superposiciones horizontales deben ser de 4 pulg. (10.2 cm) y las verticales deben ser de 6 pulg. (15.2 cm) y deben estar ancladas a aproximadamente a 1 pulg. (2.5 cm) del borde. Con respecto a la aplicación en pendientes bajas, se recomienda sobreponer el 50% más 1 pulg. (2.5 cm); para conocer la definición de una pendiente baja y las directrices correspondientes, por favor consulte con las autoridades de su jurisdicción. El producto UDL25 no se recomienda en pendientes menores a 2:12. Pueden utilizarse martillos para techos, martillos tipo hacha y herramientas de fijación neumáticas de aire o gas. Se recomienda el uso de cortadores de borde recto.

FIJACIONES: Para cubrir el mismo día con techado primario, el UDL25 puede sujetarse con clavos para techo con cabeza de 3/8 de pulg. (9.5 mm) y 1 pulg. (2.5 cm) de largo que sean resistentes a la corrosión (es preferible usar clavos de cuerpo anillado, aunque los de vástago liso son aceptables). También es aceptable utilizar cualquier otro sitio para el anclaje que esté impreso en el producto. NO UTILIZAR GRAPAS: El uso de grapas para penetrar el UDL25 anulará la garantía.

ANCLAJE: Todos los clavos de anclaje deben estar al ras, a 90 grados con respecto a la plataforma del techo y ajustados a la superficie de recubrimiento y la estructura del techo. En los casos en que las uniones y juntas requieran de material sellador o adhesivo, se debe utilizar cemento plástico para techos con bajo contenido de solvente y que cumpla con las normas ASTM D-4586 Tipo 1 ó la Especificación Federal SS-153 Tipo 1, por ejemplo Karnak, Henry, DAP, MB, Geocel o equivalente. Otras alternativas aceptables son los selladores en forma de cinta o masilla con base de caucho butílico, uretano o EDPM.

EXPOSICIÓN PROLONGADA: Si el producto Titanium UDL25 va a estar expuesto más de 1 día pero menos de 5 días, se recomienda hacer el anclaje con clavos para techo con cabeza de 3/8 de pulg. (9.5 mm) y 1 pulg. (2.5 cm) de largo que sean resistentes a la corrosión (es preferible usar clavos de cuerpo anillado). Si el producto UDL25 se deja expuesto de 5 a 180 días, debe anclarse con clavos para techo anillados o lisos con tope de metal o de plástico de 1 pulg. (2.5 cm). También es aceptable utilizar placas de estaño o topes metal que estén aprobados en Miami Dade; se recomienda instalarlos con el borde rugoso hacia arriba para un mejor rendimiento. Para una exposición prolongada, se recomienda anclar todas las posiciones marcadas en el revestimiento. Nota: UDL25 no está diseñado para estar expuesto indefinidamente a la intemperie. En condiciones de exposición prolongada, donde se espera lluvia impulsada por el viento o ventarrones, se recomienda tomar precauciones adicionales como doblar el ancho de las superposiciones. De forma alternativa o adicional, podría utilizarse un sellador compatible entre las superposiciones, o bien, utilizar cinta adhesiva en las superposiciones.

ADVERTENCIA – LEA LAS SIGUIENTES BUENAS PRÁCTICAS DE SEGURIDAD

En techos muy inclinados, se deben seguir las buenas prácticas de seguridad, como el uso de amarres, topes para apoyar los pies, escaleras y/o cuerdas de seguridad y arneses personales para el cuerpo. Siga las directrices de la OSHA. La resistencia al deslizamiento puede variar según las condiciones de la superficie, los residuos que se acumulen, el clima, el tipo de calzado, y la inclinación del techo. La falta de uso de equipos de seguridad adecuados puede dar lugar a lesiones graves. Según la inclinación y las condiciones de la superficie del techo, es posible que deba utilizarse algún mecanismo de bloqueo para apoyar los materiales sobre el techo, lo que constituye también una buena medida de seguridad. Recuerde que se deben sellar los orificios de los clavos después de quitar el mecanismo de bloqueo.

Consignes d'installation

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TitaniumMD UDL25 est une barrière contre l’air, l’eau et la vapeur (0,06 perm) et elle doit donc être installée au-dessus d’espaces bien ventilés. Il est recommandé de respecter tous les codes du bâtiment applicables à la région et au type de structure.

PRÉPARATION DU SURFACE : Les saillies de la surface du surface doivent être enlevées et le surface ne doit pas avoir d’interstices ni d’endroits endommagés ou non supportés. La surface du surface doit être exempte de débris, sèche et à l’abri de l’humidité.

UTILISATION : Le Titanium UDL25 doit être couvert par la couverture principale dans les 180 jours suivant sa pose. Le produit UDL25 est conçu pour être utilisé sous les bardeaux d’asphalte, les bardeaux synthétiques, les couvertures métalliques et les bardeaux de fente en cèdre.

APPLICATION : Pour les pentes fortes de 2:12 ou plus, le produit UDL25 doit être disposé horizontalement (parallèlement) par rapport à l’avant-toit, la face imprimée vers le haut. Les chevauchements horizontaux doivent être de 4 po et les chevauchements verticaux doivent être de 6 po et ancrés à environ 1 po du bord. Pour les pentes douces, il est recommandé de faire chevaucher de 50 % plus 1 po; pour voir une définition complète du terme « pente douce » et les lignes directrices à cet égard, veuillez consulter les autorités compétentes de votre région. Le produit UDL25 n’est pas recommandé sur les pentes de moins de 2:12. L’emploi de marteaux à toiture, d’un marteau hachette ou de cloueuses pneumatiques ou à gaz est acceptable. On conseille d’utiliser un couteau à lame droite.

FIXATIONS : Pour la pose du revêtement le même jour que la couverture principale, le produit UDL25 peut être fixé avec des clous de toiture de 1 po (tête de 3/8 po) résistants à la corrosion (clous à tige crantée privilégiés, mais des clous de toiture à tige lisse sont acceptables). L’usage de tout autre dispositif d’ancrage est acceptable sur le chantier. NE PAS UTILISER D’AGRAFES : L’utilisation d’agrafes pour installer le produit UDL25 annulera la garantie.

ANCRAGE : Tous les dispositifs d’ancrage doivent être affleurants, enfoncés à 90 degrés dans le surface, et ne pas présenter de jeu avec la sous-couche et avec la structure du surface. Lorsque les joints requièrent un produit d’étanchéité ou un adhésif, utilisez de la colle plastique pour feutre à faible teneur en solvant conforme à la norme ASTM D-4586 Type 1, ou à la spécification fédérale SS-153 de type 1 comme les adhésifs Karnak, Henry, DAP, MB, Geocel ou d’autres produits équivalents. Des solutions de rechange acceptables comprennent le butylcaoutchouc, l’uréthane et les calfeutrants ou rubans d’étanchéité à base d’EPDM.

EXPOSITION PROLONGÉE : Si le Titanium UDL25 doit être exposé à l’air libre pendant plus d’une journée, mais moins de 5, il est recommandé de l’ancrer avec des clous de toiture de 1 po (tête de 3/8 po) résistants à la corrosion (l’utilisation de clous à tige crantée est à privilégier). En cas d’exposition de plus de 5 jours, allant jusqu’à 180 jours, le produit UDL25 doit être ancré avec des clous de toiture à capuchon de plastique ou de métal de 1 po à tige lisse ou à tige crantée. Les rivets en étain ou capuchons en métal approuvés par Miami-Dade sont aussi acceptables, le bord rugueux face vers le haut pour des résultats optimaux. Dans le cas d’une exposition prolongée, il est toujours conseillé d’ancrer le produit sur chaque position imprimée de la surface. Remarque : Le produit UDL25 n’est pas conçu pour une exposition extérieure prolongée. Dans le cas d’une exposition prolongée ou de la pluie battante ou des vents violents pourraient survenir, il est conseillé de prendre des précautions additionnelles, comme doubler la largeur des chevauchements. Comme solution de rechange ou comme précaution additionnelle, vous pouvez utiliser un produit d’étanchéité compatible entre les chevauchements ou les recouvrir d’une bande adhésive pelée et collée.

MISE EN GARDE — VEUILLEZ LIRE LES CONSIGNES DE SÉCURITÉ CI-DESSOUS Adoptez toujours de bonnes pratiques de sécurité sur les toits à pente raide; par exemple, servez-vous de cordes de fixation, de planches cale-pied, d’échelles ou de cordes de sécurité et de harnais de sécurité individuels. Veuillez suivre les lignes directrices de l’OSHA. La résistance au glissement peut varier selon l’état de la surface, les débris qui y sont accumulés, les conditions atmosphériques, les chaussures utilisées et la pente du toit. Le fait de ne pas utiliser un équipement de sécurité approprié pourrait entraîner des blessures graves. Selon la pente de toit et l’état de la surface, un calage pourrait être requis pour soutenir les matériaux sur le toit, ce qui est une bonne pratique de sécurité. Souvenez-vous de sceller les trous des fixations qui ont retenu les cales après les avoir enlevées.

Titanium UDL25 Technical Data

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UDL25 Roll/Pallet Specs
LENGTH PER ROLL: 250’ / 76.2 m
WIDTH PER ROLL: 48” / 122 cm
WEIGHT PER ROLL: 25 lbs / 11.5 kg
ROLL SIZE: 10 sq / 93 m²
ROLLS PER PALLET: 56
PALLET WEIGHT: 1,450 lbs / 658 kg

This product is manufactured in accordance with national standards which allow for non-critical variances in weights and measures. Values are typical data and not limiting specifications. All values ± 10%

Test & Standard UDL25 Typical Value #30 Felt Typical Value
Class A Fire ASTM E108 Pass N/A
Nail Sealability ASTM D1970 Pass N/A
Permeability ASTM E96 0.06 perms 1.75 perms
Water Transmission ASTM D4869 Pass Pass
Tear Strength ASTM D4533 MD 31 lbs (14 kg) | CD 27 lbs (12.5 kg) MD 4 lbs (1.8 kg) | CD 2 lbs (0.9 kg)
Tensile Strength ASTM D751 MD 135 lbs (61 kg) | CD 100 lbs (45.5 kg) MD 70 lbs (32 kg) |CD 38 lbs (17 kg)
Burst Strength ASTM D751 220 psi (1517 kPa) 62 psi (430 kPa)
Elongation ASTM D751 MD 17 % CD 20 % MD 2% CD 2%
Weight per Square ASTM D5261 2.4 lbs (1.1 kg) 27.5 lbs ( 12.5 kgs)
Minimum Thickness ASTM D1777 15 mils (0.38 mm) 60 mils (1.5 mm)
Temperature Range  -40°F to 240°F (-40°C to 115°C)

MD = Machine Direction CD = Cross Direction
Test data is based on an average taken over several production runs and should not be considered or interpreted as minimum or maximum values. Values are typical data and not limiting specifications. All values ± 10%. Dry tested conditions: in water, #30 felt will absorb +30% water and lose +50% strength when wet.

UDL25 Building Codes

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  • MIAMI-DADE Approved
  • Meets Class 4 Hail Rating
  • ICC ES Approved
  • CLASS A ASTM E-108
  • CAN/CSA A220.1
  • Florida Building Code Approved
  • Texas Department of Insurance

Titanium UDL25 Limited Warranty

InterWrap Corp (the “Seller”) warrants to the purchaser of these goods (the “Buyer”), the product Titanium UDL25 Plus synthetic roofing underlayment (hereafter called “product”) it manufactures, if installed strictly pursuant to Seller’s application instructions, that it will retain its ability to shed water, except as noted below, for a period of thirty (30) years from the sales invoice date (the “Warranty Period”). The above warranty does not apply if: 1. any part of the product is exposed to UV after roof cladding installation; and 2. the product has been installed and left uncovered without roof cladding for more than 180 days.

Buyer MUST give Seller written notice of any defects within 30 days from the date that the defect was discovered, along with field samples illustrating production codes, application details, and digital pictures. Seller reserves the right to reserve warranty claim judgment pending full field sample evaluation. Such notice shall be sent to Technical Services Manager, InterWrap Inc., 32923 Mission Way, Mission, BC, Canada, V2V-6E4. Seller shall, at its sole option and as Buyer’s sole remedy, repair or replace the product or refund the purchase price for that portion of the product that has been proven to be defective, within the written warranty conditions. Buyer shall pay all handling or transportation charges. Failure to timely give Seller notice of a defect, or unauthorized repairs or alterations, or misuse or misapplication of the product makes this warranty VOID.

This warranty applies only to products purchased between the Effective Date and the date the Seller, in its sole discretion, modifies the warranty.This warranty does not cover leaks or damage caused by any penetrations (including penetrations by fasteners), or by animals, vandalism, abusive conditions, inadequate or faulty structural design, structural defects, building alterations, natural forces such as tornados, hurricanes, earthquakes, other acts of nature, or any other cause beyond Seller's control.The warranties set forth herein are Seller’s sole and exclusive warranties. Seller’s liability on any claim of any kind for any loss or damage arising out of, in connection with, or resulting from the manufacture, sale, or resale of the product shall in no case exceed the purchase price paid for the product, prorated from the date of purchase to the date of discovery of the defect. 

In no event shall Seller be liable for other damages or for special, incidental, punitive or consequential damages.Seller makes no other warranties of any kind, express or implied, including without limitation, any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.No part of this warranty may be changed or cancelled except by a written document signed by Seller and Buyer. No course of dealing or performance, usage of trade or failure to enforce any term shall be used to modify the warranty. Buyer may not assign or permit any other transfer of this warranty without Seller’s consent.If any of the terms contained herein are unenforceable, such term shall be limited only to the extent necessary to make it enforceable, and all other terms shall remain in full force and effect.The warranty shall be covered by the laws of Washington, without regard to its conflicts of laws, provisions, and exclusive jurisdiction for any dispute arising from this warranty shall be in the state or federal courts of Washington.



SECTION 1 – PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

MATERIAL NAME:
Synthetic Roofing Underlayment
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:
Polyolefin Coated Woven
CHEMICAL FAMILY:
Mixture
PRODUCT USE:
Construction
TRADE NAME (S):
Titanium UDL25, UDL30, UDL50, RhinoRoof U10 and U20
MANUFACTURER:
InterWrap
 
1818-1177 West Hastings St
 
Vancouver, BC V6E 2K3
 
Canada
TECHNICAL CONTACT:
1 604 820 5400 (8:00AM-5:00PM – US Pacific Time) Monday-Friday
EMERGENCY CONTACT:
800 262 8200 chemtrec@chemtrec.com (8am-7pm US Eastern Time Zone, Us and Canada)

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SECTION 2 – HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

EMERGENCY OVERVIEW:
Overview
All components listed for this product are bound within the product. When handled as intended and under normal conditions of use, the product listed in this SDS is not expected to pose a physical hazard or health risk to humans. This product does not contain any form of asbestos materials.
Prevention
Avoid breathing dust, fumes, gas, mist, vapors, and/or spray.
Storage/Disposal
Dispose of content and/or container in accordance with local, regional, national, and/or international regulations.
Route of Exposure
Skin, Eye, Ingestion

POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS:
Inhalation
Not expected under normal conditions of use.
Skin
Not expected under normal conditions of use. Repeated contact may cause skin irritation due to roughness of product.
Ingestion
Not intended to be ingested (eaten). If ingested, it may cause temporary irritation to the gastrointestinal (digestive) tract.
Eyes
Not expected under normal conditions of use. If material comes in contact with the eyes, it may cause irritation.
Carcinogenicity
When used under normal conditions, this product is not considered a carcinogen.

HAZARD RATING (NFPA) 
HEALTH0
FLAMMABILITY1
REACTIVITY0
SPECIAL NOTE-
HAZARD RATING (HMIS®) 
HEALTH0
FLAMMABILITY1
PHYSICAL HAZARD0
PERSONAL PROTECTIONX

NFPA – National Fire Protection Association
HMIS® is a registered trademark of the American Coatings Association


Degree of Hazard

  1. Minimal (Insignificant)
  2. Slight
  3. Moderate
  4. Serious (High)
  5. Severe (Extreme)

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SECTION 3 – COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

CHEMICAL NAMECOMMON NAMECAS NUMBERPERCENT BY WEIGHT
PolypropyleneNon-woven Fabric / Poly Scrim9003-07-0<80%
PolyethylenePolymeric Coating9002-88-4<10%
Calcium CarbonateCalcium Carbonate1317-65-3<5%
Light StabilizerUV Additive70624-18-9<2%

Any concentration shown as a range is to protect confidentiality or is due to batch variability.

Note:
NA = Not Available
NE = Not Established

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SECTION 4 – FIRST AID MEASURES

INHALATION
Remove to fresh, uncontaminated air.
SKIN
For minor burns due to molten plastic, use running cold water.
INGESTION
If product is ingested, do not induce vomiting. If vomiting occurs, keep head lower than hips to avoid aspiration of vomit into the lungs, which can cause inflammation or pneumonitis. Get immediate medical attention.
EYES
If material comes into contact with the eyes, immediately flush with plenty of cool water for at least 20 minutes preferably at an eye wash fountain or until irritation subsides, occasionally lifting the eye lids to ensure thorough rinsing. If irritation develops or persists, seek medical attention.
NOTES TO PHYSICIANS/FIRST AID PROVIDERS
None.

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SECTION 5 – FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES

EXTINGUISHING MEDIA
Water spray, Foam, Carbon Dioxide, Dry Chemical.
UNSUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA
No data available.
HAZARDOUS COMBUSTION PRODUCTS
Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Unidentified organic compounds. If burned,the material could release toxic fumes and smoke.
FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES
Combustible. Avoid breathing fumes. Use extinguishing measures that are appropriate to local circumstances and surrounding environment.
FIRE FIGHTER PROTECTION
Molten polypropylene tends to flow or drip; proper protection required. Firefighters should not enter confined space without wearing NIOSH-approved self-contained breathing apparatus with full face mask and protective equipment.
UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS
None known.

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SECTION 6 – ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS
Not applicable.
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
Not applicable.
ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS
No data available.
CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES
Pick up large pieces. Vacuum dust. If sweeping is necessary, avoid creating dusts by using a dust suppressant such as water. This will help to minimize potential exposures.
WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD
Scoop up material and dispose in accordance with Federal, State, and local regulations. Do not burn.

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SECTION 7 – HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PROCEDURES
When handling uncontained material, use personal protective equipment as described in Section 8 of this SDS.
STORAGE PROCEDURES
Store material in accordance with instructions on the product packaging, if any. Material should be kept clean, dry, and in original packaging. Keep this product away from heat, sparks, ignition sources, and open flames in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
SPECIAL PACKAGING MATERIALS
No data available.
INCOMPATIBLE MATERIALS
Not known.
OTHER PRECAUTIONS
Comply with OSHA and other safety standards and codes for roof work. Always use Fall Protection Systems when working on roofs. Product may be slippery when wet, dusty or covered with water, ice, dew, frost, or snow. Do not walk on material that has not been securely fastened to the roof deck.

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SECTION 8 – EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION

SPECIAL PACKAGING MATERIALS:
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION
Not needed under normal use conditions.
EYES/FACE PROTECTION
Safety glasses with side shields are recommended.
HANDS PROTECTION
Leather or Cotton gloves recommended when handling to protect against mechanical abrasion. Promptly clean hands with waterless hand cleaner, clean fingernails and wash with soap and water after handling.
SKIN/BODY PROTECTION
Normal work clothing (long sleeved shirts, long pants, and non-skid shoes or boots with 6-inch leather uppers) is recommended during application and/or tear-off activities.
OTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
Should be provided as necessary to prevent irritation of the throat, eyes, and skin and to keep exposures below the applicable exposure limits identified in this section.
WORK HYGIENE PRACTICES
Use good industrial hygiene practices when handling the material. Wash exposed skin prior to eating, drinking or smoking and at the end of the shift.
EXPOSURE GUIDELINES
Handle using methods and techniques that minimize dust or fume generation.
ENGINEERING CONTROLS/VENTILATION
Not needed under normal conditions of use.

CHEMICAL NAME COMMON NAME CAS NUMBER EXPOSURE LIMIT
  ACGIH (TWA)OSHA (PEL)
PolypropyleneNon-woven Fabric / Poly Scrim9003-07-010 mg/m315 mg/m3
PolyethylenePolymeric Coating9002-88-410 mg/m315 mg/m3
Calcium CarbonateCalcium Carbonate1317-65-3NENE
Light StabilizerUV Additive70624-18-9NENE

Note:
NA = Not Available
NE = Not Established

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SECTION 9 – PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Physical FormSolidTasteNo Data Available
AppearanceSheet in roll formOdorMild petroleum odor
ColorVarious ColorsOdor ThresholdNot Applicable
Boiling PointN/AVapor PressureNo Data Available
Melting Point>235° FVapor DensityNo Data Available
Freezing PointNo DataEvaporation RateNo Data Available
Specific GravityVariableVOC (Weight)No Data Available
DensityNo DataVOC (Volume)No Data Available
Bulk DensityNo DataVolatiles (Weight)No Data Available
ViscosityNo DataVolatiles (Volume)No Data Available
pH (Undiluted Product)No DataFlash Point>570° F
Water SolubilityInsolubleFlash Point Test TypeCOC
Solvent SolubilityNo DataUpper Explosion LimitNo Data Available
Partition Coefficient - Octanol / WaterNo DataLower Explosion LimitNo Data Available
Molecular WeightNo DataAuto IgnitionNo Data Available
Decomposition TemperatureNo DataFlammability (Solid, Gas)No Data Available

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SECTION 10 - STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

THERMAL STABILITY
Stable under normal conditions of use.
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION
Upon decomposition this product may form carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and unidentified organic compound during heating or burning.
HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION
Will not occur.
CONDITIONS TO AVOID
Keep this product away from heat, sparks, ignition sources, and open flames in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
INCOMPATIBLE MATERIALS
None known.

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SECTION 11 – TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

ACUTE EFFECTS
Repeated contact may cause skin irritation due to roughness of product. If material comes in contact with the eyes, it may cause irritation. If ingested, it may cause temporary irritation to the gastrointestinal (digestive) tract.
CHRONIC EFFECTS
None known.

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SECTION 12 – ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

ECOTOXICITY
No data available for this product.
PERSISTENCE/DEGRADABILITY
No data available for this product.
BIOACCUMULATION POTENTIAL
No data available for this product.
MOBILITY IN SOIL
No data available for this product.
OTHER ADVERSE EFFECTS (GHG, OZONE)
No data available for this product.

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SECTION 13 – DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

PRODUCT INFORMATION
This product, as supplied, is not expected to be a hazardous waste when it is disposed of according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) regulations.
DISPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS
Dispose of waste material in accordance with Federal, State, and Local environmental regulations.
RCRA CLASS
None.

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SECTION 14 – TRANSPORT INFORMATION

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION:
Proper Shipping Name
N/A
Hazard Class
N/A
ID Number
N/A
Packing Group
N/A
Label Statement
N/A
Other
N/A
INTERNATIONALTRANSPORT REGULATION:

This product is not classified as dangerous goods according to international transport regulations.

UN Number
N/A
UN Proper Shipping Name
N/A
Packing Group
N/A
Environmental Hazards
N/A
Transport in Bulk
N/A
Special Precautions
N/A

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SECTION 15 – REGULATORY INFORMATION

INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS:

These products are not considered articles per international product regulations and as such, these products do not require registration or notification on the various country-specific inventories.

U. S. FEDERAL REGULATIONS:
TSCA
None.
CERCLA
None.
SARA
None.
Section 302
None of the product components are listed under this section.
Section 311/312
None of the product components are listed under this section.
Section 313
None of the product components are listed under this section.
STATE REGULATIONS
None.
TSCA
Toxic Substances Control Act.
CERCLA
Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liabilities Act.
SARA
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 (SARA) Title III.
Section 302
Extremely Dangerous Hazardous Substances.
Section 311/312
Immediate health; Delayed health; Fire hazard.
Section 313
Reportable Ingredients.

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SECTION 16 – OTHER INFORMATION

DATE OF PREPARATION:
April 27, 2015.
DATE OF LAST REVISION:
N/A
CHANGES SINCE LAST- REVISION:
N/A
PREPARED BY:
InterWrap
DISCLAIMER:
The information and recommendations contained herein are to the best of the manufacturer’s knowledge and belief, and are presented in good faith and believed to be accurate as of the effective date given. However, no warranty, expressed or implied, is given. It is the buyer’s responsibility to ensure that its activities comply with Federal, State, and Local laws. The supplier shall not be liable for any loss or damage arising out of the use thereof. The information and recommendations are offered for the user’s consideration and examination, and it is the user’s responsibility to ensure the suitability and completeness of such information for a particular use. No information or recommendation shall be deemed to be a recommendation to use any product in conflict with any existing patent rights.

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