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MetShield Synthetic ®


Synthetic Underlayment Applications


Features and Benefits


Safer: Skid-resistant polymer coating and proprietary Fiber Claw™ walking surface offers dynamic steep slope traction. Stronger: MetShield®


Synthetic is stronger than Type 15


or 30 felt and resistant to tearing and stretching around fasteners in high traffic areas or during high winds.


Lighter: MetShield® Synthetic is lighter than Type 15 or 30 felt


and easier to handle during all stages of installation. Simpler to Apply: MetShield®


Synthetic installs quickly,


easily and with less risk. It’s lighter, stronger and covers more area. Won’t buckle, warp, or crack: Superior lay-flat properties and water resistance keeps MetShield® from warping, wrinkling, and cracking in cold weather.


• Roll Size: 48" x 250' • 35-Year Warranty • Up to 6 month UV exposure


• Use 3/8" Roofing Nails instead of plastic caps: • MetShield Synthetic: 51 per SQ • Brand X – 180 per SQ • That’s 129 less fasteners and SAVES LABOR!


Code and Standards • ASTM D 226, Type II • ICC-ES AC 207 • CSA A 123.3 • ASTM E 108 / UL790 Assembly – Class A • CSA A 220.1


MetShield® Synthetic roof underlayments are


among the safest, strongest, and best-performing roof underlayments on the market. Woven of heavyweight polymer fabric, MetShield®


Synthetic


offers superior strength and durability, dynamic steepslope traction, water resistance, a wrinkle- free surface, and resistance to UV-breakdown. The textured woven fabric surface offers dynamic traction and is ideal for steep slopes in a variety of weather conditions. MetShield®


Synthetic is rated


for commercial and residential applications using plastic caps and roofing nails (3/8" head), and is an ideal roof underlayment for asphalt shingles, metal, tile, slate, and a variety of other sloped roofing materials.


It’s also available with the best printing in the industry, DM-ARM custom printing (additional fee applies – 36 roll minimum).


Product Specifications Property


Tensile Strength Tear Resistance


Rupture Resistance Bench Puncture Long Term Sag


Liquid Water Transmission Ultra Violet Aging Accelerated Aging


Test Method ASTM D1922-00 (g)


ASTM D3462-.02 ICC AC-08 ICC AC-08


ASTM D4869-02 ICC AC 207 ICC AC 207


Typical


ASTM D146-04 (lb/in) MD113 CD100


MD >3200 CD > 3200 87


Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass


Test Data is based on average results and should not be considered or interpreted asminimum or maximum values. Values are typical data and not limiting.


Installation Before Installing MetShield®


Synthetic


Synthetic: Ensure the roof


deck or substrate is properly fastened, has no significant delamination, warpage, bowing or separation from the rafters, trusses or support structures and is free of debris, clean and smooth before the underlayment is applied. MetShield® Synthetic shall be installed using compatible materials and conform to best building practices. Verify the application is


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