150# Fleeceback Roller, 100# Membrane Roller, Add-A-Weight Roller
How wide is the 150# Fleeceback Roller?
The Fleeceback Roller is 30″ wide.
How much pressure is provided by the 150# Fleeceback Roller?
The 150# Fleeceback Roller provides 5 pounds per lineal inch. 150# devided by 30″. This weight is very important when using Fleece backed membrane with low rise foam.
Does this have to be shipped via freight?
Both The Fleeceback Roller 150# and The Membrane Roller 100# can be shipped via UPS Ground or Fed Ex and will arrive in 3 boxes. One box will hold the handle. Each of the two remaining boxes will hold two of the steel rollers.
Why are the weighted rollers designed with 4 separate sections?
The 4 sections allow for easy turning as compared with single section rollers.
What are the advantages of Rooftop’s Fleeceback Roller over other rollers?
There are several reasons companies like Carlisle recommend the 150# Fleeceback Roller:
- Consistent Weight. Manufacturers know that the amount of weight applied by a roller will impact roof performance and appearance. Having apredetermined weight helps to ensure a higher performing roof installation.
- 8″ Diameter of the roller provides easy rolling and less fatique on the operator.
- The split roller design prevents twisting of the membrane and allows for ease of turning on the roof surface.
How wide is the Add-A-Weight Roller?
The Add-A-Weight Roller is 36″ wide and has 4 separate sections to help with turning.
How much pressure is applied with the Add-A-Weight Roller?
The Add-A-Weight Roller is designed to use the weight of items already on the roof such as rolls of membrane or 5 gallon pails. 3 Five gallon pails will provide 180 pounds
or 5 pounds per lineal inch.