Repair of industrial buildings and erections

The roofs of industrial buildings are operated in hard conditions. In addition to external and internal impacts, the strength and durability of roof are influenced by the following: building differential settlement, temperature deformations, armored concrete floor shrinkage, vibration, etc. As an enclosing structure, the roof is subject to the various thermal actions. As a rule, the temperature of its lower surface is close to the indoor temperature while the outdoor temperature changes in quite a wide range: from -50 оС (in winter) to +100 оС (during sunny summer days).

That is why selecting roof material and structure is a critical design stage at the reconstruction of industrial buildings.


Performance of roofing works at industrial facilities materials Abrin


Performance of roofing works at industrial facilities materials Abrin


Performance of roofing works at industrial facilities materials Abrin

For the last years the construction industry has undergone significant changes which mostly relate to the availability of a large number of modern construction materials at the Russian market. Their use resulted in the development of the construction process technology. These are new materials allowing not only significantly saving the time and resources during construction but also significantly reducing costs for further building operation.

Conducting roofing and waterproofing works at metallurgical facilities, mining companies, petrochemical organizations, Russian Railways structural subdivisions and other companies, the roofs of which are subject to enormous operation loads, Ural-Polimer-Lak, LLC, uses the materials of the trade mark “Abrin” manufactured at the in-house facility.

The manufactured products include polymer&bitumen mastic “Abrin” (based on chlorosulphonated polyethylene), protective enamel “Abrin C” (vaRious colours are prossible in compliance with the manufacturer’s catalog), the lacquer “Abrin” (ХП 734, on the basis of chlorosulphonated polyethylene and chloropolyethylenes), the coating “Abrin” (intended for obtaining chemically stable coating for waterproofing and roofing as well for the protection of construction metal, concrete and reinforced-concrete structures from corrosion). All materials are produced under the trade mark “Abrin”.

Due to its composition and technical characteristics, the materials “Abrin” (TM) allow us conducting roof waterproofing works in compliance with the existing construction norms and rules without using similar materials from the third party manufacturers which results in significant reduction of repair cost for our customers.

Mastic roofs, produced by our company, have one significant feature which make our materials more advantageous as compared with other soft coatings: they are applied in cold and liquid form. The materials “Abrin” (TM) represent a special type of roof coating in the form of mastics and enamels (based on chlorosulphonated polyethylene) hardening after being applied on the surface and transforming into an integral polymer reinforced membrane, adhesively bonded to the support. Mastic roofs have serious competitive advantages as compared with rolled materials and other traditional coatings.

A great advantage of mastic roofs consists in the absence of any seams which, as it is known, are the most vulnerable sections with a potential risk of leak occurrence. Therefore, waterproofing capabilities of such coating are much better than those of rolled materials.  Mastic roof made from materials on the basis of chlorosulphonated polyethylene is considered to be the most reliable coating for roofs in terms of its leak-tightness. In addition, this coating is also very hard and wear resistant. The mastics and enamels “Abrin” (TM) are quite convenient at the conduct of repair works. In particular, membrane roofs are repaired with mastic.

The repair materials and the material of the roof being repaired should be compatible in their chemical composition.

Actually, mastic roof coatings are polymer membranes, formed at the roof surface. The Abrin materials are particularly convenient at the conduct of joints connection to balustrades, ventilation pipes and various technologic projections at roofs. Making up roof waterproofing with the Abrin materials is possible at the roofs with any configuration and slope.

Advantages of the products manufactured under the trade mark “Abrin”:

  • high elasticity allows making roof waterproof coating on irregular surfaces
  • good waterproofing (protection from any type of precipitation)
  • high resistance towards temperature change (from -60 to +140)
  • high durability and longevity (service life of coatings on the basis of chlorosulphonated polyethylene in atmospheric conditions, up to 30 years in practice)
  • installation allows reducing labour, time and financial costs
  • seamless surface (increased insulation capacity)
  • reinforced glass fiber can be added to increase the coating strength.

Reliable and hard roof made of the Abrin materials does not require constant control. However, one should check its state by means of annual inspections to detect and timely eliminate small defects. These works do not require using additional equipment and are not expensive or labour-intensive. It is enough to have a small repair kit, which would be easy to use even for an employee without a roofer certificate.

While conducting roofing works at hazardous facilities, which means special importance of fulfilling special conditions such as “conducting works in the building under operation”, Ural-Polymer-Lak, LLC, strictly follows the occupational safety rules, fire safety and sanitary and hygiene regulations thus ensuring the staff safety at works execution.



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Р/С 40702810904000009845 УРАЛЬСКИЙ ФИЛИАЛ АО "РАЙФФАЙЗЕНБАНКА" Г. ЕКАТЕРИНБУРГ, К/С 30101810100000000906, БИК 046577906
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