Phillips Maintenance are approved installers of Liquid Rubber and offer liquid rubber roofing and coating services to the London and Kent areas. Liquid Rubber is a unique product that has a successful track record in the North American market for over 20 years, where the extremes of temperature are much more challenging than in the UK. Liquid Rubber provides an easy to apply seamless waterproof membrane that meets the ever increasing requirements of environmental and health and safety considerations."
Liquid Rubber was developed to address the recurring problems encountered by conventional membrane systems. Our products are state of the art, with respect to today’s environmental concerns and safe working practices.
The products consist of stable, non toxic, odourless, non-flammable liquid components which do not present a storage or transportation hazard prior to, during or following application.
Liquid Rubber formulated for Spray Grade application:- Spray Grade as the name implies is a spray applied monolithic (seamless) membrane. As with all the Liquid Rubber it is cold applied and solvent free whilst offering instant set. This enables shorter windows of opportunity required to carry out the application. Liquid Rubber is a totally slump free system for horizontal or vertical surfaces.
Liquid Rubber High Build has been formulated for brush or roller application. High Build is used for total protection of metal, wood, concrete and composite surfaces. Many current alternatives such as alkyds, urethanes, vinyl and epoxy based coatings are unsatisfactory due to VOC (Volatile Compound) content. Therefore many industrialized countries have considered banning all cold tar and V.O.C based coatings. However, there has been resistance due to the void that would be created when it appeared there would be no viable substitute, until now - High Build:
Trowel Grade is a modified elastomeric emulsion specially formulated for providing a water tight seal around building fixtures, pipes, roof penetrations or cracks. Trowel Grade is applied using a trowel; the product fully cures in 24 hours at 200C (700F) and 50% humidity, when applied to appropriate thickness. Apply in thin coats, allow to dry before applying subsequent coats to achieved desired thickness. Do not apply at temperatures below 100C or apply to wet or frozen surfaces or directly before rain.
Geotextile Reinforcement is used to bridge seams, joints, gaps and holes etc. Apply a liberal coat of Liquid Rubber to the area to reinforce. Cut a length of reinforcement and place on the Liquid Rubber, press down with a clean paint brush until smooth. Then apply a liberal coat to completely cover the geotextile, allow this to cure until black before overcoat.
We can deal with all your liquid rubber requirements, so please get in touch on 01622 675035 or email our customer services team at firstname.lastname@example.org