Fibertite is recognised as the highest quality single-ply thermoplastic membrane available. Fibertite provides extreme UV, puncture, chemical and fire resistance. All seams and details are thermoplastically welded and provide a level of roof top security that no other roofing membrane can match.
Fibertite was first introduced in to the roofing market in 1979 and is still manufactured to the original formulation. Those original roofs, now over 35 years old, are providing roof top protection in many of the toughest environments in the world – extreme UV zones, hurricane zones, areas of extreme heat and cold and on rooftops exposed to corrosive substances.
Proven in-service performance in a wide range of conditions and applications over 40 years.
All welding work can be verified as 100% secure on completion of an installation.
Fibertite is a highly flexible roofing membrane that enables effective execution of complex details.
Derbigum is recognised as the highest quality modified bitumen roofing membrane available. Over the last 45 years Derbigum membranes have exhibited superior durability across a wide range of extreme climate zones. The current BBA Appraisal for Derbigum membrane states an expected performance life of at least 40 years – an in industry leading statement of confidence in this premium membrane. 700 million square metres of Derbigum membrane has been installed throughout the world with 12,000 reference sites in excess of 30 years old. If your project requires a membrane with the highest levels of performance and superior aesthetic, Derbigum is the solution.
Industry leading levels of durability and performance.
Superior aesthetics. The natural mineral slating, exceptional slate retention and trafficability ensures the highest quality aesthetic for a modified bitumen membrane.
Extensive range of membranes to ensure the specific requirements of your project can be satisfied.
Highly innovative products with environmental sustainability at their heart. Recycled content of membranes up to 30% by volume.
Stability of polymer blend and exceptional slate retention allows water to be harvested from Derbigum roofs.