BITULINE is a torch on waterproofing membrane made of high quality bitumen modified with polymers and reinforced with polyester or fiberglass of different thicknesses.
The membranes are combined together by fusion welding and then simply bonded onto the desired surface. This welding technique makes waterproofing permanent. The waterproofing of the BITULINE system is also complete at joints.
State-of-The Art Technology
BITULINE membranes are manufactured using a state-of-the art technology equipment at a factory environment ensures homogenous waterproofing as well as integrity of materials in terms of quality which eliminates any insulation risks.
Watertightness at Every Condition
Thanks to the modified bitumen,insulation retains its flexibility even under very low temperatures,free of any cracks, while loosening rather late and thus maintaining its form under high temperatures. This is why BITULINE system may be used safely under any climatic conditions.
BITULINE is the ultimate waterproofing solution for all types of roofs and foundations.
BITULINE is ideal for waterproofing where earthquakes threaten life due to the ground water that affects negatively a building’s load-bearing system's capacity.
BITULINE ensures waterproofing even under high forces exercised on its layers.
BITULINE has a variety of technical and mechanical properties that offer suitable applications for every kind of construction.
BITULINE provides a complete, economical, long lasting waterproofing, with no need of maintenance or reapplication processes.
As a special type of membrane, EP410 is used for waterproofing of highways and viaducts where high forces are applied on waterproofing layer. Hundreds of thousands sqm of EP410have been used in Turkey for highways.
Broad range of products and colors
The System BITULINE’s scope is the torch on modified bituminous waterproofing membranes called BITULINE and it’s accessories in various waterproofing needs. BITULINE membranes are used for waterproofing of flat and low sloped roofs, terraces, wet surface floorings, underground surfaces such as foundations and basements, pools, roof gardens or of particular engineering structures such as multistorey parkings, highwayws or railway bridges.