MAP Roofing

MAP Roofing is a natural cork coating in thin layer which guarantees roof waterproofing and ecological insulation.

MAP Roofing is a granulate mixture of cork, water-based acrylic resins, organic polymers, mineral charges and waterproofing featured additives.

Its composition features make this product perfect to coat roofs and non-passable terracesasbestos encapsulation and industrial buildings aesthetics rehabilitation.

MAP Roofiing extends the lifespan of the materials exposed to atmospheric conditions such as tiles, ribbed panels, corrugated iron and tegolas, avoiding filtration risk.

AppearancePasted-like product
Final textureCoarse finish
Density20-70 Kg/m3
Granulometry0,4 – 1 mm
Fire resistance (UNE-EN 13501:2002)Bs2d0 y Broof (t1)

Wide colour range

Due to MAP Roofing composition, it can be produced in any RAL or NCS colour our clients need. Roof or asbestos encapsulation waterproofing can therefore also be used to provide a new decorative touch to the building.

 
 

MAP Roofing Features

MAP Roofing is a versatile product which enables to create a protective membrane in roofs and water exposed areas providing the same waterproofing application and thermal insulation.
impermeable

Rain waterproof

Its resin particular composition provides waterproof features. It can be applied both in vertical or horizontal surfaces.
acoustic-insulation

Acoustic insulation

Rain impact sound-absorber (drum effect).
elasticidad

Elasticity

It avoids the appearance of cracks or fissures in the coating material from the roof system, which may arise due to structural or thermal movements, or wrong working placement.
low-conductivity

Low conductivity

It acts as a thermal correction agent avoiding roof heating due to the solar-ray exposure. RVIPEQ F10 = 0,004 / 0,068 = 0, 0588 (m2·K·W-1). According to the Basic Document of Energy Saving (DB EH1 for its Spanish acronym) within the Spanish Technical Building Code (CTE for its Spanish acronym).