texture of Terapro 250 when installed


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Take your project over the finish line: Installation

You've done your part – specifying the right system. Now it's in the hands of the installers. And Siplast is still there, every step of the way, with hands-on installation training designed to help ensure the system you specified delivers the performance you expect.

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Understanding the 4 control layers

While building enclosures primarily regulate the movement of water and heat, they also play a vital and complex role in the regulation of air and vapor. This article helps specifiers differentiate between vapor retarders and air barriers, and provides guidance on enclosure design incorporating the 4 control layers.
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4 controls layers include

Terapro 250 Resin/Aggregate being installed

Ready. Set. Park!

With Siplast Terapro, you can return a parking deck to service in as little as three hours after application, which is significantly faster than single and two component polyurethanes. Less disruption. Faster return to service.

See for yourself, watch the Terapro 250 application overview video below.

Terapro 250 Application Overview

Review an overview of the Terapro 250 application process.
Wall Transition Essentials webinar

On-Demand Course: Wall Transition Essentials - Where Continuity Meets Vulnerability


This session explores the impacts of whole building performance as well as design, material & assembly, installation verification, and wind resistance requirements at the critical wall-to-roof interface. Presenters Herman Lopez and Benjamin Meyer, AIA, LEED AP will review design examples and strategies for navigating competing interests through design, specification, and construction sequencing.