Where Is Hypalon Among Today's Roofing Options?

Sept. 6, 2010

In a recent webinar on cool roofing, a presenter discussed some concerns with the roofing industry’s focus on single-ply roof membranes based on Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO). The presenter noted that Hypalon – the trademarked Chlorsulfonated Polyethylene (CSPE) supplied by DuPont – was now out of the U.S. market, a situation that would likely expand the use of TPO-based single-plies.


Voice your opinion!

To join the conversation, and become an exclusive member of Buildings, create an account today!

Sponsored Recommendations

Building Better Schools

Download this digital resource to better understand the challenges and opportunities in designing and operating educational facilities for safety, sustainability, and performance...

Tips to Keep Facility Management on Track

How do you plan to fill the knowledge gap as seasoned facility managers retire or leave for new opportunities? Learn about the latest strategies including FM tech innovations ...

The Beauty & Benefits of Biophilic Design in the Built Environment

Biophilic design is a hot trend in design, but what is it and how can building professionals incorporate these strategies for the benefits of occupants? This eHandbook offers ...

The Benefits of Migrating from Analog to DMR Two-Way Radios

Are you still using analog two-way radios? Download this white paper and discover the simple and cost-effective migration path to digital DMR radios that deliver improved audio...