DR!PSTOP retains condensation and prevents dripping. The condensation water is released again due to the suitable rear ventilation of the roof.
The DR!PSTOP membrane can solve the problem of the occurrence of condensation in an environment in which condensation occurs cyclically.
In order to fully carry out this function, it is necessary for the membrane to dry out in between the cycles. For this reason, adequate ventilation is required inside the building.
This fact must always be taken into consideration during planning of a ventilation system in buildings.
Profiles with DR!PSTOP
The following profiles are available with DR!PSTOP:
|TR 20/125||YES||YES||Thermal sealing|
|TR 35/207||YES||YES||Deactivation through offset|
|TR 40/183||YES||YES||Thermal sealing|
|TR 45/333||YES||YES||Thermal sealing|
|TR 50/250||YES||YES||Deactivation through offset|
|TR 85/280||YES||YES||Thermal sealing|
|Roofing tile DP 33||YES||YES||Thermal sealing|
|Roofing tile DP 40||YES||NO||Sealing on site required|
Either sealing or deactivation is done, depending on the profile.
With a deactivation through an offset, DR!PSTOP is applied approx. 5 cm behind the cut edges to prevent the capillary effect.
- Antenna passage for roofing tile
- Anti-condensation DR!PSTOP
- Timber & steel attachment
- Coils and sheet metal
- Sealing tape
- Passage set for roofing tile
- Ridge caps for roof tile
- Ridge caps, edged and profiled
- Ridge vents
- Taborsky dome
- Translucent panels, 3 m and 6 m
- Profile fillers
- Snow guard set for roofing tile
- Snow protection
- Protective film
- Trapezoidal sheet edging tool
- Eaves ventilation element for roofing tile
- Angled snow protection
- Y-piece for roofing tile
- Toothed sheets
- Toothed sheets, perforated