Firestone Spray Adhesive-17L
Firestone Contact Spray Adhesive (17L)
The latest formula Firestone contact spray adhesive with improved coverage rates of up to 3m2 per litre. Developed specifically for use with Firestone RubberCover. For spray application only.
Firestone contact adhesive (BA-2012) is especially designed for bonding Firestone EPDM onto approved PIR insulation, timber decks, metal and masonry. Safe, fast and easy to apply for even coverage. The spray adhesive canister is used with the spray gun and hose (sold separately). Ideal for large projects and trade roofers.
- Fast and easy to apply
- Exceptional bonding properties
- Improved coverage rates and drying times
- 17L pressurised cannister
- Coverage rates approx. 3m2/L (up to 75m2)
- Suitable for a range of surfaces
Also available in spray aerosol cans, ideal for smaller DIY projects:
Firestone Bonding adhesive can also be purchased in tins for liquid application with a brush or roller:
Features and benefits of Firestone contact spray adhesive:
- Sprayable, solvent-based contact adhesive
- Larger size, ideal for trade
- Fast and easy to apply
- High performance
- Developed for EPDM roofing membranes
- Provides reliable adhesion
- Prevents water ingress
- Helps get the most from your EPDM system
- Suitable for domestic and commercial flat roofing
- State-of-the-art manufacturing technology
- Developed by roofing professionals
Firestone EPDM roofing systems have an expected service life of over 50 years. Therefore, it is important to apply these high-performing membranes with an adhesive to match this unique performance. Firestone bonding adhesive has been developed especially for EPDM membranes and accessories and delivers the quality you need for a long-lasting, reliable roofing project.
Storage and Maintenance:
Store in original containers at temperatures between 15-25 degrees. Keep from freezing. Follow the manufacturer guidelines. Clean the spray gun, hose and connector after each use to maintain high performance and long service life.
May cause mild transient eye irritation. Avoid contact with eyes, skin and clothing. In case of contact, immediately flush eyes with plenty of water and seek medical advice. If consumed, seek immediate medical attention. Keep container stored correctly when not in use. Keep out of the reach of children and do not leave unattended.
Customer Service and Delivery:
- Orders placed before 2pm will be processed the same day for fast delivery (Mainland UK).
- Collection available from Alfreton, Derby by appointment.
- For further product information or after sales service please contact our friendly team by phone, email or chat.
Contact our team to discuss setting up your trade account. Benefit from preferential pricing, a dedicated account manager, samples and marketing materials and much more. Give us a call now on 01773 441 947.
How to apply Firestone contact spray adhesive
Correct preparation of the mating surface and application of the adhesive is important to ensure the best performance from your project over the duration of its long-expected lifespan. Bonding surfaces must be clean, dry, smooth, free of sharp edges, loose and foreign materials. Sweep clean and use a suitable cleaning medium to remove oil or grease stains and any other contaminants.
Firestone contact spray adhesive cannisters are commonly used for bonding EPDM across the entire flat roofing installation. This method of application requires the spray gun and hose attachments (sold separately, see above) and is ideal for large roofing projects as it allows for fast, even application across the surface area and in the detailing.
Contact spray adhesive should be applied to both the membrane and the prepared mating surface. Work in sections and spray slowly and consistently from side to side, evenly covering the section you are working on. Wait for the adhesive on both the membrane and roof deck to go tacky before mating together for the best results.
To ensure proper adhesion, compress the bonded portion of the sheet to the substrate with a stiff broom or roofing roller as usual, removing air pockets if necessary.
Application guide for Firestone bonding adhesive
Watch the video below 'How to Apply RubberCover Bonding Adhesive' for full application instructions, including detailed set-up and cleaning procedure for the hose, spray gun and other components.
Note that the quantity and type of adhesive you need will vary according to your project dimensions and requirements. The Permaroof teams are experienced in all aspects of EPDM roofing and are happy to advise. Call us on 01773 441 947 or use the free EPDM Kit Builder App to help plan your projects.
Further data sheets and application guides can be found in the Permaroof corporate resource library.