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Premium 1.5mm One Piece EPDM Rubber Membrane

Premium 1.5mm ClassicBond® One Piece EPDM Rubber Membrane 


Please select width from the drop-down menu then enter the length of the membrane you require. Any Lengths over 30.5m will be supplied in multiple pieces with the exception of any width over 9.15m, which have a maximum length of 15m

£9.99 Excl. VAT £11.99 Incl. VAT
£9.99 £11.99
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Compatible with ClassicBond

The ClassicBond One Piece EPDM system is great for large or small flat roof areas and is normally bonded on to a timber deck in one piece so no joins! Find out more

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Premium 1.5mm ClassicBond® One Piece EPDM Rubber Membrane

Our Premium ClassicBond® One Piece EPDM Rubber Membrane is 30% thicker than standard EPDM which makes it the ideal choice for almost all roofing projects, especially commercial roofs. The added thickness helps provide better tear resistance and extra durability and it is also more forgiving on uneven surfaces.

ClassicBond is the original EPDM roofing system with a proven track record of over 50 years service life. Recognised as one of the most reliable, durable and sustainable materials for your flat roof, ClassicBond is manufactured by Carlisle-Syntec who pioneered EPDM roofing systems in the 1960s.

For most applications the membrane is cut to the size of your roof and supplied as one single piece, trimmed to size and finished off with the correct drip, kerb edge and wall up-stand trims.

Why Choose ClassicBond® EPDM?

The ClassicBond roof system is designed to be cost effective and easier to install than traditional roofing systems. It is also very competitively priced ensuring great value for money. 

Due to the nature of the material it will easily bend and conform to the contours of your roof and is applied using adhesives, which means no flames or hot liquids, making it a safer option for installers and homeowners.

As EPDM is not affected by extremes of temperature that range from -40ºC to +120ºC, the membrane will not crack, peel or split and is covered by our 20 year manufacturers membrane guarantee.

BBA Certified and preferred by roofing professionals, ClassicBond is tangibly more pliable, slate grey in colour and is the ideal EPDM rubber membrane for both large and small flat roofs.

Order your EPDM flat roofing system by selecting the required length and adding to the basket, or simply give us a call on 02476 667234.






Additional Information

SKU CB-15
Weight (kg) 2.0000
Thickness 1.50 mm
Brand Name ClassicBond
Roofing System Classic Bond
Delivery Lead Time No
Installation
FAQ
  • This 20 year EPDM guarantee is available to all certified installers that have attended our training courses.

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  • Yes all of our EPDM membranes can be joined where the roof is bigger than the largest membrane size or where it would be easier to install the membrane in smaller sections.

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  • Yes you can install EPDM under a pitched tiled roof. This may be necessary on shallow pitched roofs to prevent leaks.

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  • Yes to an extent. EPDM is designed to take LIGHT foot traffic during installation and for occasional cleaning or maintenance. If you require more use than this, i.e. for a balcony then there are additional materials that can be laid over your EPDM for a more durable solution.

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  • You will typically need a standard 9" roller set, mini roller and brush for applying the adhesives and primers. A Seam Roller is a useful tool for tapes and joins and the RESITRIX system will require a heat gun for joins.

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  • Yes, EPDM Membranes require the substrate to be dry prior to installation. This is so the the adhesive & primers can effectively bond the rubber to roof deck. EPDM products will not adhere to wet or damp surfaces. Trapped moisture may vaporize and negatively affect the performance of the membranes.

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  • ClassicBond and ShedCover = 1.2mm or 1.5mm RESITRIX = 2.5mm DuoPly = 2.54mm ClassicLiquid = 1.2mm in one coat

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  • If the pitch of your roof is too shallow for roof tiles and installing an EPDM rubber membrane can be an excellent solution to this problem

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  • Yes, ClassicBond membrane holds the British Board of Agrément certificate, No. 11/4853 (issued to Flex-R Ltd). It also holds fire ratings for each of the thicknesses available.

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  • No The ClassicBond EPDM membrane is only available in a slate grey colour,

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  • Classicbond EPDM membranes are identical on both sides so there is no right or wrong side when installing. However you may sometimes find a small amount of writing printed on one side of the Rubber Membrane and it may be wise to keep this side down so an eyesore is not created.

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  • CLASSICBOND® EPDM is CE marked with a nominal thickness of 1.2mm as opposed to the thinner 1.1mm of Firestone RubberCover as defined by EN 13956

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  • The biggest sheet size available in each system is as follows, all sheets can be joined where the roof size is bigger than the maximum sheet size: ClassicBond & Shedcover 1.2mm - 15.25m x 30.5m (50ft x 100ft) ClassicBond & Shedcover 1.5mm - 15.25m x 15.25m (50ft x 50ft) DuoPly 2.54mm - 1.52m x 12.20m (5ft x 40ft) RESITRIX 2.50mm - 1M x 10M (3ft 4" x 32ft 10")

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  • The first commercial rubber roof was installed in the United States in 1965 by Carlisle Syntec, it is now 50 years old and still going strong. This makes ClassicBond the only EPDM with a proven 50 year life expectancy!

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  • Whilst bubbles or blisters on a once-piece EPDM roof can be unsightly they will not cause the rubber membrane to fail. These bubbles of trapped air/moisture can be caused by a variety of issues which are all avoidable if the roof design is correct and the membrane correctly installed.

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