XF 3111 is one of a new generation of environmentally conscious synthetic products. This drainage composite consists It consists of a post-industrial recycled white polypropylene drainage core and a very strong but lightweight white Colback®
filter fabric thermally bonded to one side. The U groove entangled filament configuration is protected from UV degradation for up to 30 days. This product, with 40% post- industrial recycled content, can help contribute up to 2 LEED points when used in conjunction with other recycled content products. XF 3111 can contribute towards additional LEED points when used with a green roof by reducing storm water runoff, heat islands and energy consumption.
Extensive, semi-intensive and intensive green roofs
Exterior and interior planters
Enhance water retention and storm water management capacities of green roofs
Suitable for conventional protected membrane roofs (PMR)
Reflects heat to prevent insulation board warping & membrane softening during construction
Continuous flow in all directions, even under high loads
Protects waterproofing during construction
Conforms to irregular surfaces and corners
Long rolls reduce installation costs by reducing butt seams and eliminating interlocking
Recycled content polymer contributes towards LEED points
3” fabric overlap flap
Install XF 3111 with the water retention fleece facing up and entangled filaments down. Butt rolls and cover joint with adjacent roll using the built-in 4in. (100mm) side lap to achieve a continuous fleece coverage. Butt ends of rolls together. Stagger adjacent rolls by at least 40 in. (1m) so end joints are not aligned. Cover XF 3111 immediately after installation to prevent wind uplift and degradation by ultra-violet radiation.
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