FT SYNTHETICS PLATINUM HT-SA
A NEW GENERATION OF UNDERLAYMENTS
Introducing PLATINUM HT-SA our premium high temperature self- adhering roofing underlayment that combines the superior slip resistant GRIPSPOT technology developed by FT Synthetics with a high strength high temperature modified rubberized asphalt backing that has both low temperature (40°F / 4.4°C) deck adhesion, high temperature flow stability (240°F / 115°C) and a limited lifetime warranty. In addition, PLATINUM HT-SA has a split release silicone liner and a synthetic construction to inhibit mold growth.
PLATINUM HT-SA can be used in most types on installations whether they are commercial or residential. It can be used under metal, wood, asphalt & synthetic shingles, slate or tiles. PLATINUM HT-SA meets and exceeds required industry standards.
- GRIPSPOT Technology for superior slip resistance
- Silicone treated split release line
- High temperature resistant to 240°F (115°C)
- Deck adhesion at 40°F (4.4°C)
- 180 day UV resistant
- Synthetic construction to inhibit mold growth
- NEW! LIFETIME limited warranty
- Meets and exceeds ASTM D1970
- NOW FLORIDA BUILDING CODE APPROVED FL23090
|SPECIFICATIONS||FT PLATINUM HT-SA|
|WIDTH||36" (91.4 CM)|
|LENGTH||67' (20.4 M)|
|WEIGHT PER ROLL||40 LB (18 KG)|
|ROLLS PER PALLET||25|
|UV RESISTANCE||6 MONTHS|
|TEMPERATURE RANGE||-40°F TO 240°F|
|Test and Standard||FT PLATINUM HT-SA|
|Material Composition||Polyolefin & Modified Rubber Asphalt
|Release Liner Type||Silicone Treated Poly Split Release Liner|
|Nail Sealability ASTM D1970||PASS|
|Permeability ASTM E96||<0.035 Perm|
|Tensile Strength ASTM D1970 MD||128 lb (58 kg)|
|Tensile Strength ASTM D1970 CD||107 lb (49 kg)
|Tear Resistance ASTM D1970 MD||70 lb (32 kg)|
|Tear Resistance ASTM D1970 CD||60 lb (27 kg)|
|Low Temperature Flexibility ASTM D1970||Pass
|Adhesion to Plywood ASTM D903||4 lb/in (0.9kN/m)|
|Minimum Thickness ASTM D5147 ||41 mils
|Thermal Stability ASTM D1970||240°F (115°C)
|Installation Temperature||40°F (4.4°C) and above
|The Data shown above is based on the test averages and independent test reports. There can be a +/-10% variation in the individual test results. This report should not be considered as a warranty for the manufacturer. The manufacturer is not responsible for the misrepresentation or misinterpretation of the data by the reader. Please find out more about the product by calling 1-844-353-9839 or visit www.ftsyn.com|
Caution: Always follow Safety Instruction, Building Codes and Safe Work Practices issues by the local Govt. bodies (e.g. OSHA / WCB)
PLATINUM HT-SA must be covered by a primary roof (Asphalt & Synthetic Shingles, Metal Roofing, Tiles, Slate, and Cedar Shakes) within 180 days. For best results HT-SA should be installed on a dry deck when the air, membrane, and substrate temperature is over 40°F (4.4°C). Priming is not required for attaching to wood deck when the temperature is above 40°F. Concrete and masonry decks should be primed with a solvent or a water based primer that meets ASTM D41 for asphalt based self-adhesive membranes. For repairs or low slope installations where it is required to overlap the membrane onto the GRIPSPOT™ walking surface such as on the end laps it is recommended that primer is used to increase adhesion.
For cold weather applications below 40°F (4.4°C) a primer should be used and the laps blind nailed. Blind nail with 3/8” head roofing nails of 1” or longer in the 3” over lap area.
HT-SA is recommend for roof slope applications 2:12 and above. For steep slope applications (6:12 or greater) or when installing at temperatures greater than 100°F (38°C) it is recommended to blind nail the overlap area as instructed above for cold weather applications.
HT-SA is to be laid out horizontally (parallel) to the eave with the printed side up, using 3″ side laps and 6″ end laps.
HT-SA may also be installed vertically. For vertical installation anchor with 3/8” head roofing nails along the upper most edge 3 inches down with 6 equally spaced nails across the 36” width. Ensure roofing nails are perpendicular to the roof deck so that the head lays flat and seals well to the top surface of the HT‑SA using 3″ side laps and 6″ end laps.
Always work from the low point to the high point of the roof. Apply the membrane in valleys before the membrane is applied to the eaves.
Cut HT-SA to manageable lengths and position parallel to the edge of the roof. Peel back one side of the split release sheet approximately 4 in (10 cm) then apply as positioned to the roof deck. Continue peeling back one side of the split release sheet. Press down on HT-SA with a small rubber roller to increase adhesion to the roof deck. Peel back the remaining half of the split release liner and press down on the HT-SA to adhere to the roof deck again using a small roller to improve adhesion.
For eave installation HT-SA should be applied over the metal drip edge at the eave. Do not fold HT-SA over the roof edge unless the edge is subsequently covered over by a drip edge or other flashing material. It is recommended that HT-SA extend from the eave up the roof to a point 24” inside the exterior wall. This should be above the maximum ice dam buildup line in most areas. Consult your local building code for specific requirements.
For high elevation, high wind or wind driven rain it is recommended to cover the entire roof deck with HT-SA.
FT Synthetics Products are designed with the GRIPSPOT technology for better skid protection for the roofer but product may become slippery due to high moisture, frost, rain, water, dust, debris or other conditions. Use precautions when working on the roof. Follow all local and federal safety codes when installing any roofing system including FT Synthetics products. Failure to adhere to those procedures may result in serious injury or even death.