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Garland’s New CPR™ System Designed to Resuscitate Metal Roofs and Walls

Garland recently introduced a new restoration coating designed to extend the service life of existing metal roof and wall panel systems. The CPR System is a lightweight, low odor, synthetic liquid rubber membrane with high tensile strength and the ability to elongate and recover regardless of the temperature.

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The CPR restoration coating extends the service life of existing metal roof and wall panel systems.

The CPR System is the answer for building owners or facility managers who don’t have the budget for a replacement, but need to extend the life of their roof system.

Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) May 27, 2014

The Garland Company, Inc. recently introduced its CPR System, a highly reflective, low odor, synthetic liquid rubber membrane designed to waterproof and restore existing metal roof and wall panel systems, delaying costly roof replacement and improving the overall performance of the roof system.

This lightweight, multi-layer waterproofing system will only add one-fifth of a pound per square foot to existing roof systems when completed, eliminating the time and cost associated with engineering a new roof system. The CPR System provides excellent resistance to UV damage and deterioration due to weathering by forming a rubber-like monolithic membrane over the entire surface. It is designed for application to properly prepared stainless steel, galvanized metals, Galvalume®-coated metals, copper, aluminum and Kynar®-coated metal roof systems.

According to Garland product manager, Tom Stuewe, “The CPR System is the answer for building owners or facility managers who don’t have the budget for a replacement, but need to extend the life of their roof system. The ease of application makes it ideal for in-house maintenance use, and its cold-process, low odor formulation allows restoration projects to proceed with minimal disruptions to building operations and occupants.”

The CPR System is available in both a brush grade or trowel grade versions and can be easily applied over sloped, contour surfaces. When properly installed and maintained, this system can provide an additional 10 to 15 years of service life.

The Garland Company, Inc. is one of the worldwide leaders of quality, high-performance roofing and building envelope solutions for the commercial, industrial and institutional markets. For over 100 years, Garland has continually developed unique product and service offerings that have raised the bar of performance while exceeding the individual needs of customers throughout the world. Today, our network of over 200 local building envelope professionals is ideally positioned throughout the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom to provide quality building envelope solutions for single and multi-property facilities. The Garland Company Inc., headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company.

For more information, visit http://www.garlandco.com or call toll-free to be connected with your local Garland representative at 1.800.321.9336.

Kynar® is a registered trademark of Arkema, Inc. ®Galvalume is a registered trademark of BIEC International, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of The Garland Company, Inc.


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The CPR System is a lightweight, low odor, synthetic liquid rubber membrane that extends the service life of existing metal roof and wall panel systems - photo The CPR System is a lightweight, low odor, synthetic liquid rubber membrane that extends the service life of existing metal roof and wall panel systems

The CPR System is a lightweight, low odor, synthetic liquid rubber membrane that extends the service life of existing metal roof and wall panel systems