The Snow-Grip will work on common roofing materials: we have tested adhesion and performance on asphalt shingles, metal roofing, epdm, tpo; rolled roofing, tar paper, and more. It can be applied down to 0° F.
SNOWGRIP is a new "first of its kind" snow retention coating for metal roofing. SNOWGRIP provides incomparable snow retention capability as well as easy installation, affordability, energy savings, enhanced roof performance and more. SNOWGRIP will not promote ice dams like other snow retention systems may.
The SNOWGRIP two-part Monolithic Abrasive Snow Retention Coating for metal roofs is designed to coat the entire roof to prevent any portion of the snow pack from beginning to slide.
This is a 100 lb. per sq. ft. load of ice on SNOWGRIP!
The base coat is a clear roof coating that compares to the best in the industry. The base coat is applied over the entire surface of a clean dry metal roof.
While the base coat is still wet, special abrasive aggregate granules are uniformly broadcast over and settle into the base coat. As the base coat cures, it bonds to the metal roof surface and secures the abrasive aggregate granules in a position that protrude from the surface of the cured rubber base coat.
The snow blanket that covers the SNOWGRIP surface transforms into a consolidated snow pack as the melt water flows toward the SNOWGRIP surface and refreezes. The majority of the upper snow pack becomes a uniform lightweight dehydrated insulating snow layer as the moisture flows out of it. The icy base of the snow pack conforms to the multitude of aggregate granules, creating a bond unlike any other snow retention system.
Since the surface of the roof is covered and protected by the insulating snow pack, the surface
SNOWGRIP solves these common problems of Dangerous sliding and falling ice, Expensive snow removal, and Damaging slides to building structures.
We install the best product, do it with professional skill and integrity - that is our mode of operation.
Ace Dragon has coated tank linings in Alaska , from the North Slope to the offshore rigs in Cook Inlet.