Roofing Concept

AggreBind roof tile concept

AggreBind can be used for waterproofing, surface sealing and soil stabilizing, all of these combined elements make AggreBind ideal for roofing projects.

In the image on the right shows the morning after a torrential rain, there is no muddiness, seepage or penetration from the rain water.

The AggreBind stabilized and sealed alleyways do not absorb the rain water and confirm the water proof and impermeable properties of AggreBind.

Impermeable soil stabilizer AggreBind

Protocol for roofing concept – Roof Tiles using AggreBind

Chopped straw/dried grass, mixed with fine silt/sand and stabilized with AggreBind.
Size: Aprox. 30cm x 30cm but could be in various shapes and sizes.
Depth: 20 to 25 mm

Hand tools, hand made moulds, hand compaction equipment and local community labour. No other power required.

AggreBind roof tile concept

Manufactured in a simple hand compacted mould using the same materials.

Other Design Options.

It could be visually effective to produce a circular or semi-circular roofing tile.

Aggrebind is generally supplied in Black or White (dries clear).

Aggrebind can also be supplied with a color additive.  This is highly attractive when applied to lighter colored concrete/surfaces.

Aggrebind is environmentally friendly and harmless to all animals and plants!

AggreBind colors

Volcanic Ash and Pummice floating on the surface of a lake after an eruption.

Providing viable solutions for the construction industry from waste materials

Volcanic Ash and Pummice provide a unique combination of being lightweight, and durable, making them ideal for the manufacturing of roofing tiles.

in virtually any shape and any colour Excellent thermal properties
Flexible and resistant to hail damage Waterproof
Cost Effective
Easy to manufacture Environmentally friendly Easy to maintain and install
Is a water based, environmentally friendly, cross linking polymer that increases the compressive and tensile strength of virtually all soils and waste materials.

AggreBind using waste materials

Protocol for flat roofing concept using AggreBind

WATERPROOFING ROOFING AND FLAT SURFACES – The main cause of the problems associated with a flat roof are heat, moisture , structural movement , and inadequate drainage

flat roof protocol with AggreBind
flat roof protocol with AggreBind

Standard Roof

flat roof protocol using AggreBind

Clean the roof thoroughly and remove any debris, grass, weeds etc

flat roof protocol using AggreBind

Identify areas where the roof leaks and correct if necessary.

flat roof protocol using AggreBind

Check for blockages in the drainage system and correct if necessary.

flat roof protocol using AggreBind

For surface cracks : Mix 1 part fine sand with AGB and 3 parts water ( Slurry AggreBind ).

flat roof protocol using AggreBind

Fill all visible cracks with on pasta (Slurry AggreBind). After 1 hour spray total surface covered with a mixture of 1 part of AGB diluted with 3 parts water.

flat roof protocol using AggreBind

Leave for 1 hour and then spray the area again with the same mixture. Do not use the roof area for 2 hours. Do not install the AGB mixture if rain or frost is imminent

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