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    General Information
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    Roof Surface Preparation
    Laying Out RUBBERALL® EPDM Membrane
    Pipe Penetrations
    Protrusion In The Roof
    Adhering Membrane With Solvent Based Bonding Adhesive
    Adhering Membrane With Water Based Bonding Adhesive
    Seaming Membrane Panels With Seam Tape
    Splicing And Seaming With Rubber To Rubber Adhesive
    Alternative Panel Layout And Seaming
    Perimeter Walls & Inside Corners
    Outside Corner Finish Detail
    Cover Strip
    Peel And Stick Pipe Boot
    Pipe Or Conduit Flashings Using Uncured Flashing With Tape
    Wall Termination
    Field Seam Radical Bend
    Roof Edge Termination With Metal Drip Edge
    Terminating RUBBERALL® On Fascia
    RUBBERALL® Membrane To Shingle Transition
    One Piece Drain Sleeve
    Drains With Clamping Rings
    Pitch Pockets
    Protecting RUBBERALL® Membrane In High Foot Traffic Areas (Decks)
    Repair Of RUBBERALL® Membrane
    Application Review
    Frequently Asked Questions
    RUBBERALL® Roofing Membrane Material And Labor Limited Warranty
    Warranty Registration
  Installation Video Guide
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RUBBERALL® User Cautions and Warnings!

Read Caution labels on all adhesive, primer and sealant containers. These materials contain petroleum distillates and are extremely flammable. Care must be taken to avoid open flames. Do not smoke when using these products. Product labels, Material Safety Data Sheet and Technical Information Sheet contain information for proper use of these products and should be consulted.

Adhesives should be used in a well-ventilated area. Avoid inhalation of fumes. Care should be taken to insure fumes do not enter building through windows or fresh-air-intake ventilation fans.

Avoid adhesive contact with eyes. Safety glasses should be worn. If adhesive comes in contact with eyes, flush for 15 minutes and call physician.

Avoid adhesive contact with skin. Chemically resistant gloves are required. If adhesive comes in contact with skin, wash with soap and water.

Safeguard against falling by reading ladder manufacturer's warnings and by establishing a perimeter warning system by using ropes with flags attached. Surfaces can be slippery when wet or covered with frost. Always work with a friend and never work with your back to the roof's edge. Know and follow OSHA fall protection guidelines.

Care must be taken with fasteners that penetrate a deck to avoid contact with plumbing or electric wiring.

Reroofing over a wet substrate is not good roofing practice. All wet material should be removed.

Condensation may occur when applying Bonding Adhesive at temperatures below 40 degrees when there is high humidity. If droplets of water are noted, discontinue installation until weather conditions improve. At that time reapply a thin coat of adhesive over the old coat of adhesive and continue installation.

Allow adhesives to adequately dry to avoid blistering of membrane. Given time blistering will likely go down and roof will perform for the long term.

Positive drainage of at least one-eighth inch (1/8") in twelve inches (12") is required for warranty coverage.

Petroleum products such as roof cements and coatings will deteriorate RUBBERALL® membrane and should never be used on a RUBBERALL® membrane roof.

Warranty terms and conditions are on the final pages of the booklet. Note: RUBBERALL® adhesives have been tested to insure compatibility with RUBBERALL® membrane. Use of non-RUBBERALL® products will void the extended membrane warranty.

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