Tectum Roof deck panels
Tectum™ panels are composed of aspen wood fibers (excelsior) bonded with an exclusive inorganic hydraulic cement and are formed in a continuous process under heat and pressure. Tectum panels combine several materials to create a decorative product that provides excellent sound absorption, abuse resistance, insulation and a textured interior finish. These panels are structurally sound and lightweight and can be used either alone or as the underside of a composite panel to form a limited combustible roof deck system. A silicone treatment to the panel resists water and water migration. There are no urea formaldehydes or CFCs in any Tectum product or composite. Tectum roof deck panels are available in natural (color may vary), white or custom colors.
Tectum I Acoustical Roof Deck
Tectum I is typically used in low-slope applications and provides a thermal barrier for field-applied foam plastics. It is compatible with virtually all roof installation materials. Underside exposed joints have attractive beveled edges. LS (long span) panels are available with steel channel reinforcement. The Tectum I Roof Deck System consists of standard Tectum panels in either plank or tile configurations.
Tectum III Acoustical Roof Deck
The Tectum III roof deck panel is a composite of a 1½" or thicker Tectum substrate, Dow Styrofoam® brand XPS (extruded polystyrene) insulation 1½" to 8" thick and 7/16" OSB (oriented strand board) sheathing with a slip-resistant surface. Components are bonded with code-listed structural adhesives. Tectum III panels are typically used in sloped applications where insulation and a nailable surface are required.
Tectum E Acoustical Roof Deck
The Tectum E roof deck panel is a composite of a 1½” or thicker Tectum substrate, EPS (expanded polystyrene) insulation and 7/16“ OSB sheathing with a slip-resistant surface. Components are bonded with code-listed structural adhesives. The EPS core exceeds the requirements of ASTM C-578 Type I and bears the UL classification mark.
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