GenFlex Roofing’s EZ TPO Peel & Stick Membrane Extends the Installation Window for Contractors to 20 F

GenFlex Roofing Systems has introduced an enhanced self-adhesive technology for its EZ TPO Peel & Stick membrane.

GenFlex Roofing Systems has introduced an enhanced self-adhesive technology for its EZ TPO Peel & Stick membrane.

Indianapolis-based GenFlex Roofing Systems has introduced an enhanced self-adhesive technology for its EZ TPO Peel & Stick membrane. The new adhesive formula offers twice the bonding strength of competitive self-adhesive products (by pound foot per inch in peel testing) and can be installed in temperatures as low as 20 F and as high as 120 F.

The improved Peel & Stick adhesive allows contractors to maximize their productivity. By avoiding separate transportation, mixing, priming and application of adhesive, as well as clean-up of associated rooftop clutter, the self-adhesive membrane means significant time and labor savings. The pre-formulated and factory-applied adhesive also equals uniform performance.

The new EZ TPO Peel & Stick adhesive has no VOCs and is odor-free. By exceeding low-VOC-emissions requirements, the EZ TPO Peel & Stick membrane is safe for installers and building tenants, avoiding any delays or concerns when working in occupied buildings. In addition, the product’s durability and solar reflectance make it an energy-saving option.

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TPO Membrane Features Enhanced Adhesive

GenFlex Roofing Systems has introduced an enhanced self-adhesive technology for its EZ TPO Peel & Stick membrane.

GenFlex Roofing Systems has introduced an enhanced self-adhesive technology for its EZ TPO Peel & Stick membrane.


GenFlex Roofing Systems has introduced an enhanced self-adhesive technology for its EZ TPO Peel & Stick membrane. The new adhesive formula offers twice the bonding strength and can be installed in temperatures as low as 20 F and as high as 120 F. The new adhesive also has no VOCs and is odor-free. Therefore, the membrane is safe for installers and building tenants, avoiding any delays or concerns when working in occupied buildings.