Are FullForce EPDM Seams
Really That Strong?
You Asked, We Answered
Firestone FullForce EPDM™ isn't your average EPDM roof system. It's the only fully-adhered EPDM membrane to feature a factory-applied adhesive across its entire surface, so there is no need for seam tape or messy on-the-job adhesives. It relies on SecureBond™ Technology, a Firestone adhesive that's now close to seven years old.
But you might still have some questions about this industry leader, like: What is FullForce EPDM? How do you know it can stand up to the destructive power of weather and water? What tests were performed, and how do you know a FullForce EPDM seam is just as strong, if not stronger, than seam tape? You asked, and we answered.
What Is FullForce EPDM
Firestone FullForce EPDM is engineered with a factory-applied adhesive across the entire surface. The adhesive is backed by Firestone's SecureBond™ technology, which ensures robust, uniform adhesion from edge to edge. The result is a strong roofing system and great application flexibility.
And when we say strong, we mean it. SecureBond™ technology has been put to the test on real roofs for more than six years and is trusted across the market. It can create a bond twice as strong* as the nearest self-adhered membrane competitor and significantly outperform liquid LVOC adhesives.
The membrane is versatile in many ways. It can be applied to both vertical wall substrates and horizontal roof surfaces. Plus, any piece of the membrane can be cut and used for field or detail applications.