Tucson International Airport
- Markets:Warehouse & Buildings
- Country:Arizona, USA
- Courtesy of: Superior Products International
Complete airport required treatment of roof to improve the condition of the actual roof while simultaneously reducing overall temperature inside the airport generated by radiance coming from the roof.
The roofing is “cap sheet" which is tar paper and this requires SUPER BASE (HS) at 9m² per gallon and then over-coated with SUPER THERM at 9m² per gallon. Other parts of the roofing is PVC or a plastic type material which is weathered but in good condition and provides good adhesion to accept SUPER THERM easily at 9 m² per gallon.
In preparation, the roof was power washed to wet down, a concentrated cleaner was sprayed over the roof and large hard bristled push brooms were used to clean the surface and then the power washer was used to rinse this all off before it dried.
There was a 22% savings in August 2009, and a 8% savings in September 2009.
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