This simple method of rolling a flock material to the underside of our box profile and corrugated sheets reduces the risk of condensation* and drastically cuts the cost associated with full insulated panels.
Click on the video below to compare the effects of condensation on steel sheets with and without anti condensation liner:
Adding anti condensation liner to our roof sheets is a cost effective method of handling condensation problems in many buildings. If you believe that there is a chance of condensation we would highly recommend Dripstop anti condensation liner as an extremely effective solution.
When the temperature and humidity conditions in the building reach dew point, moisture will condense on the underside of an uninsulated metal roof sheet. If there is a lot of condensation, water droplets will form and start to fall. The traditional method for eliminating build up of condensation is to insulate the roof so that the temperature on the metal sheet never reaches the dew point.
Drip Stop anti condensation liner is pre rolled onto the sheet and will provide a much more cost effective solution than full roof insulation.
Roofing sheets lined with Drip Stop anti-condensation material provide a medium for trapping this moisture in the specially designed pockets formed in the membrane. Drip Stop holds the moisture until conditions go back below the dew point. The moisture is then released back into the air in the form of normal humidity.
Drip Stop is self adhesive felt liner that is applied to our sheets during the roll forming process. This means that the sheets will arrive with you with Drip Stop already in place, ready to be installed immediately. Your sheets are then installed as normal.