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TPO/PVC Drains


What is TPO in the context of roofing?

TPO stands for Thermoplastic Olefin, which is a type of single-ply roofing membrane. TPO roofing material is known for its durability, energy efficiency, and ease of installation.

Is TPO or EPDM a better choice for roofing

TPO and EPDM are both popular roofing materials, but TPO often stands out for its reflective properties, energy efficiency, and ease of installation. The choice depends on specific project requirements, but TPO is favored for its performance and versatility.

What is the process for installing a TPO roof drain?

Installing a TPO roof drain involves cutting an opening in the TPO membrane, welding or adhering the drain securely, and ensuring proper sealing to prevent leaks. Detailed installation instructions are provided with Copperlab's TPO roof drains for a straightforward and effective installation process.

Is TPO membrane strong?

TPO membrane is designed to be durable and withstand foot traffic during routine maintenance. While it's not a walking surface, it can support light foot traffic without damage. It's important to follow proper safety precautions and guidelines when accessing TPO roofs.

What characterizes a PVC Roof drain?

A PVC Roof drain features a polyvinyl chloride construction, known for its chemical resistance and durability. PVC roof drains are suitable for various roofing applications, providing reliable drainage solutions.