Roofing Project Examples

Roofing Project Examples with Recorded Results

Roofing Project (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada) – Dover Hotel Building

Dover Hotel BuildingProject
Retrofit to existing asphalt and gravel roofing system

Pressure washed to remove gravel, repaired failed sections with conventional materials, coated with spray elastomer membrane (50 mils thickness), top coated with spray-applied Ceramic Insulation Coatings.

(Climatic conditions: partially cloudy, 20oC., ambient.)

Surface Temperatures
54oC. Existing Roof System (no insulation)
41oC. Treated Roof System (insulated)

276 btuH energy transfer per sq.ft. Existing Roof System (no insulation)
167 btuH energy transfer per sq.ft. Treated Roof System (insulated)

Net Result
109 btuH per sq.ft. of energy transfer
Total Net Result: 436,000 btuH (entire treated surface)
Plexiglass Skylights (Edmonton Alberta, Canada)

Plexiglass Skylights (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada) – Gallery 51 Building

Gallery 51 BuildingProject
Repairing roof top skylights: failure due to thermal shock; five-foot panels had moved up to 0.75 inches.

Spray applied coatings, installed directly to Plexiglas panels; eliminated up to 95% of thermal shock. System shows no sign of movement or failure.

(Climatic conditions: clear skies. 24oC ambient)

Surface Temperatures
42.5oC Uncoated Plexiglass
29.3oC. Coated Plexiglass

252 btuH energy transfer per sq.ft. Uncoated Plexiglass
143 btuH energy transfer per sq.ft. Ceramic Coated Plexiglass

Net Result
109 btuH per sq.ft. of energy transfer
Total Net Result: 763,000 btuH (7000 sq.ft. surface)

Metal Roofing Retrofit (Red Deer, Alberta, Canada) – Ipsco Pipe Manufacturing Building

Ipsco Pipe Manufacturing BuildingProject
Waterproof treatment of 38,000 sq.ft. metal roof system

Ceramic Insulation Coatings were applied to all vertical and horizontal seams, fasteners, and roof paenetrations (20 mil thickness). Thermal shock due to expansion and contraction was eliminated.

(Climatic conditions: clear skies. 24oC., ambient direct sunlight)

Surface Temperatures
32.5oC Untreated Metal Roof (2″ foam insulation underside)
22.5oC Ceramic Coating Treatment

149 btuH energy transfer per sq.ft. Untreated Metal Roof
134 btuH energy transfer per sq.ft. Ceramic Coated

Net Result
15 btuH per sq.ft. of energy transfer
Total Net Result: 570,000 btuH (entire treated surface)

Remedial Roof Repairs (Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada) – Alliances Pipe Line Company

Alliances Pipe Line CompanyProject
An Existing 6,000 square metal roof required repairs, due to leaking.

This particular roof accommodated (6) major A/C roof top units.

Conventional Repairs
The repairs would require expensive crane removal of all roof top units in order to re-apply a conventional roofing membrane system. This would disrupt a working staff environment and company operations overall for a lengthy period of time.The repairs would also involve the extra cost of re-installment of the A/C units after the conventional roof system was completed.

Delta T’s Metal Roofing Solution
Utilizing our Delta T Roofing CCC/100 system did not require the removal of the roof top A/Cunits,and we resolved all the problems.

Net Result
We saved the Company money without any disruptions to the working staff by using our CCC/100 Roofing Solutions.

Roofing Project (Wembley, Alberta, Canada) – Convenience Store Building

Convenience Store BuildingProject
Retrofit to existing asphalt and gravel roofing system

Step 1
Remove all existing loose ballast by means of manual, or mechanical means, ensuring that existing membrane is free and clear of all dust, dirt, debris and whatever other particles that may be present on the surface that would impede positive adhesion of newly installed monolithic Delta T. roofing system membrane.

Step 2
Install a spray applied, or roll on rubberizer primer type monolithic roofing membrane coating, such as roofing products distributed by Tremco, or other similar companies specializing in roof monolithic spray, or roll on prime coatings.

Step 3
Spray apply CCC/ 100 Ceramic Insulation (2) coats in total, each individual coat @ 60 sq. ft. per gallon.

Each individual coat must be allowed to cure for 24 hours before applying the next coat