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What You Should Know About Your Cement Roof Deck? - NIR 27 May 2014 Roof attachment may be lost locally, depending on system design and materials used. Any organic or water based material or adhesive subjected to moisture condensation will suffer a loss of physical property with the roof system. This damage will occur with single ply, modified bitumen and built up roof systems not using a well designed vapor retarder. A complete vapor retarder seal is needed; the structural lightweight should be poured on vented steel deck to 

Lightweight Nylon Fasteners Roofing Concrete Roof Deck Insulation TRUFAST TL Roofing Fasteners. For use in cement wood fiber (Tectum®), Gypsum, and lightweight insulating concrete decks. The TRUFAST TL Fastener is a glass-filled nylon auger fastener designed to secure roof insulation and single-ply membrane to gypsum and cementitious wood fiber (i.e. Tectum®) decks. Its tapered shank and large thread design provides excellent penetration into the base material and high pull-out resistance. Use with TRUFAST TLP-3 3” plates for 

RoofDeck Products - RoofDeck Solutions RoofDeck Products. We specialize in designing and building unique rooftop decking environments, including patios, terraces and rooftop decks. Our projects include large commercial terraces, private residential projects, and recently pop-up parks for seasonal entertainment at street-level. Bison Pedestal Systems · Ipe, Cumaru, and Massaranduba Wood · StoneDeck Granite lightweight Pavers; Kronos Structural Ceramic Pavers; Introducing Dekton, by Cosentino; StepStone Concrete 

Lightweight insulating concrete for floors and roof decks Looking at the broad spectrum of lightweight con- c retes now available (Fi g u re 1), we find an almost infinite va riety of mixes and a wide range of densities. It is diffi-. lightweight insulating concrete for floors and roof decks. Figure 1. The full spectrum of lightweight concretes. Low density mixes discussed in this article (shaded band at left) offer best insulating properties. Chart adapted from ACI 213 report “Guide for Structural lightweight Aggregate Concrete,”. Journal of the American 

Roof Decks: Don't Underestimate the Backbone of the Roof System 24 Mar 2014 Roof Deck Types. There are many types of roof decks being installed today: Steel; Precast concrete panel; Structural concrete; Cementitious wood fiber; Wood planking; Plywood/OSB; Poured gypsum. Some decks are covered with topping fills that become the base for the roof system and may also be an integral structural component: Concrete; lightweight insulation concrete topping; lightweight aggregate concrete topping. Other deck toppings are available, such as 

RoofDeck Solutions A clearly thought-out article filled with useful information for design considerations when conceiving a useable space on a flat roof — creating an Active Roof, or RoofDeck. What we do: Provide materials, design, and support for converting flat rooftops to useable spaces Specializing in sustainable and planet-friendly options Hot market: rooftop Restaurants, bars, and We carry a complete line of lightweight non-combustable products to suit your decking project needs.

It All Starts with the Roof Deck - Buildings The basic roof decks commonly used with commercial membrane roofing systems are: Steel – light-gauge, cold-rolled sections, welded or screwed to bar joists (see FIG 1); Wood sheathing – sawed lumber, plywood or OSB (oriented strand board); Concrete – poured-in-place or precast; Gypsum – precast or poured-in-place; Cementitious wood fiber (see FIG 2); Composite decks of lightweight insulating concrete on corrugated steel or form boards (see FIG 3); Thermoset, compacted