W.R. Meadows -DUO-PAD - Roof Traffic & Vibration Pads

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DUO-PAD roof traffic and vibration protection pads are composed of re-processed rubber and selected bonding agents to provide tough, durable, and impact-absorbent panels compatible with current popular roofing adhesives.


Category: gangways | roof guards | roof protectors...

MasterFormat: Roof and Wall Specialties and Accessories | Roof Accessories | Roof Walkways...



W.R. Meadows
300 Industrial Drive
P.O. Box 338
Hampshire, IL 60140
Tel: (800) 342-5976

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https://www.wrmeadows.com

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DUO-PAD - Roof Traffic & Vibration Pads

DUO-PAD roof traffic and vibration protection pads are composed of re-processed rubber and selected bonding agents to provide tough, durable, and impact-absorbent panels compatible with current popular roofing adhesives. DUO-PAD was developed to meet the ever-increasing popularity of the many single-ply roofing systems plus the desire of many in the industry to use rubber-to-rubber roof walkways. They are equally effective for built-up roofs. DUO-PAD offers the same positive protection and safety for the roofing system as does WHITEWALK® from W. R. MEADOWS when used to provide a designated “safe” area for maintenance traffic. In addition, the dense, durable, rubber composition of DUO-PAD offers dual application versatility as it provides safety and protection for the roof when used as machinery pads and anti-vibration pads under HVAC and other equipment installed on the roof.

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DUO-PAD roof traffic and vibration pads are available in three thicknesses for application flexibility. The 3/4″ (19 mm) thick DUO-PAD is ideal for application on the perimeter of the roof to provide a shock absorbent “roadway” for the rolling of window-washing equipment. In this application, the highly absorbent DUO-PAD increases the mobility of the equipment and effectively absorbs the shock of the equipment impact without reflecting or transmitting the shock to the roofing membrane.


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