Product Data Sheet
|07 72 00|
DATA SHEET 7200-782
RED ROSIN PAPER
Multi-Purpose Building Paper
RED ROSIN PAPER is a high quality, single-ply sheathing paper, which is widely used in built-up roofing systems as a “first layer” protective barrier. This paper is manufactured from 100% recycled fibers. The fibers are set in alum to resist bleeding. It is a multi-purpose building paper used as a physical barrier protection throughout all phases of general construction.
RED ROSIN PAPER is useful in a wide variety of construction applications, including roofing, flooring, and as a general jobsite protective covering. When used as an inner liner in wall, roofing, or wood flooring applications, RED ROSIN PAPER acts as a separation barrier, protecting against wind and dust infiltration, while minimizing squeaks. It is compatible with coal tar and asphalt-based roofing systems.
- Economical protective covering over new floors, prior to completion/Saves time.
- Compatible with coal tar and asphalt-based roofing systems/Highly versatile.
- Covers gaps in jointed construction/Tightens up the structure.
- Specially designed to resist bleeding/Safe to use.
- Good general purpose jobsite protective utility paper/Multiple uses.
0.91 m wide x 50.9 m long (36″ x 167′) Rolls
46.45 m² (500 ft.²) per Roll
|Size||0.91 m x 50.9 m long (36″ x 167′)|
|Weight||5.4 kg/roll (12 lb./roll)|
117 g/m2 (2.4 lb./CSF)
|6.8 kg/roll (15 lb./roll)|
141 g/m2 (3.0 lb./CSF)
Surface Preparation … Clean surfaces of all dust, dirt, and debris prior to installation.
Application Method … Cut RED ROSIN PAPER to desired lengths from the roll. Overlap each piece 63.5 mm (2.5″). Once positioned, RED ROSIN PAPER is ready to receive subsequent applications.
Read and follow application information and precautions. Refer to Safety Data Sheet for complete health and safety information.
MASTERFORMAT NUMBER AND TITLE
07 72 00 – Roof Accessories
May help contribute to LEED credits:
- MR Credit 2: Construction Waste Management
- MR Credit 4: Recycled Content
- MR Credit 5: Regional Materials