SFS flat roofing catalogue now available

The front cover of the new SFS flat roofing catalogue.

The front cover of the new SFS flat roofing catalogue.

SFS, manufacturer of fastener solutions for the building envelope, has published a new catalogue for its flat roofing product range which is presented in a ‘user-friendly’ format.

Now available to download at www.sfsintec.co.uk and to request as a printed catalogue, the new 200+ page catalogue is a comprehensive update to the previous issue to reflect the range of products and systems offered by SFS.

The catalogue details the solutions available for the three main SFS systems: the isofast fully metallic system, the isotak thermal break fastening system and the isoweld induction welding system.
The easy-to-use format is said to make finding the right SFS product ‘quick and simple’ and encompasses fastener solutions for steel, concrete and timber deck, along with critical decks and a new section for flashings, upstands and termination bars.

It reportedly also includes details of fasteners for metal deck to steel and timber structures, as well as information on SFS’s tools and accessories. The catalogue is also said to be available on SFS’s interactive e-Literature platform at www.sfsliterature.com along with its roofing and cladding catalogue.

Martyn Holloway, SFS flat roofing business unit manager, said: “The new catalogue provides an easy to follow guide to our market-leading range of fastening systems for flat roofing. This will assist customers to choose a reliable, fully-approved and easy to install solution for fixing membrane, insulation and termination bar to every type of substrate.”

The new flat roofing catalogue is said to be part of SFS’s extensive programme of support for roofing contractors, specifiers and membrane suppliers. This includes UK-wide sales and technical teams who provide on-site pull-out testing, wind load calculations and resources including BIM data and project support where required, as well as training facilities to ensure the best possible result in the finished building envelope.

Download the new Flat Roofing Catalogue now at www.sfsintec.co.uk or use the e-Literature site to navigate the catalogue online www.sfsliterature.com