Product Data Sheet
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Roof Traffic Pads
WHITEWALK roof traffic pads are multi-ply, asphaltic panels consisting of a reinforced carrier sheet, fortified asphaltic core, and a non-slip top surface of white mineral granules that reflect heat and help assure safe footing.
WHITEWALK is specifically designed to provide a durable, visually designated walkway over most types of roofing systems. It is commonly used wherever there’s a need to protect the integrity of the roofing system from maintenance traffic.
WHITEWALK roof traffic pads, with their white granular surface, provide an obvious, designated safe walkway for service routes to equipment of various types and traffic paths to, under, and around signs and displays. WHITEWALK is compatible with fiberglass mesh, asphaltic coatings, asphalt-saturated felts, butyl rubber, neoprene, EPDM, and most polyvinylchloride and plastic sheetings. WHITEWALK is not recommended for use on areas such as sundecks, elevated patios, etc., where sharp or pointed furniture legs and high heel foot traffic would puncture its surface.
- White reflective surface serves as a visual traffic guide.
- Easy to handle and install … no special tools required.
- Fully compatible with most currently popular roofing systems.
- Absorbs the impact of traffic with its tough asphaltic core.
- Available in two thicknesses.
- Virtually maintenance free.
PER 100 FT.2
|1/2″ x 3′ x 4′, 5′ & 6′|
(12.7 mm x .91 m x 1.2 m, 1.5 m & 1.83 m)
|3/4″ x 3′ x 3′ & 5′|
(19.05 mm x .91 m x .91 m & 1.5 m)
Other lengths are available upon request.
Built-up Roofing and Modified Bitumen Systems … Apply WHITEWALK roof traffic pads after the roof has been completely surfaced with gravel, slag, etc. Sweep away all loose surfacing materials from the area to receive the WHITEWALK panels. Install the panels with spot applications of plastic cement or the same coating used to embed the gravel. Embed and step each panel into the spot applied cement or coating.
Single-Ply Roofing Systems … Consult the manufacturer of the roofing system for assurance of compatibility with the WHITEWALK panels and for adhesive recommendations.
NOTE … WHITEWALK roof traffic pads should be spaced and applied like stepping stones to permit the unrestricted flow of free water. Apply with minimum of 1″ – 3″ (25.4 mm – 76.2 mm) between panels. Do not butt tightly. WHITEWALK can be cut to size on the job to fit around roof equipment.
Read and follow application information and Safety Data Sheet information.
May help contribute to LEED credits:
- MRc9: Construction and Demolition Waste Management