It's just the line that he carries. It has a fiberglass reinforced upper surface (think gray plastic tarp) with nubblies that are supposed to be non-slip. Whoopee! The roof is only a 5-12 and, with metal, they aren't going to be walking around on it that long.
I was more concerned about adhesiveness and sealing.
He's also pushing the radiant barrier, the jury is still out on that one too.
Titanium PSU has no ICBO Research Report Number. This puts them out of business out West in ICBO Country. I know nothing else about it. Haven't seen it yet in our area. The Titanium UDL does have the ICBO Number, but is not an ice dam membrane.
Coverage is the same as Grace, 2 sq. per roll. I'll find out about price tomorrow.
jm, They are both Miami-Dade approved and I have been told that it is the most stringent code in the country.
Aaron, visible light wavelengths are about 400-700 nanometers, heat wavelengths are from 700-1 million nanometers. Obviously, the medium used to reflect each would be different.
Titanium PSU does not have ICBO Research Report. I checked w/ICC-ES In Whittier, Ca Friday. Their ICBO is for UDL only. Their literature is misleading...says ICC-AC-48, which is a test protocal, not a report. They have to pass the protocol before they get the Research Report, which is a different number. I don't know about Miami-Dade...I think their criteria is wind uplift only...certiantly not the nail sealability. Do let us know about pricing.
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