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July 28, 2010 1:00 PM CDT

Chem Link Updates ChemCurb Brochure

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The ChemCurb System Penetration Seal, introduced by Chem Link to the low slope roofing world in 1995 as an answer to the “pitchpan problem (aka leaking roofs) has undergone many requested updates and additions. The system has not only gotten lighter weight and virtually unbreakable, it has added more sizes, colors and specialized adaptations. The installation of more than two million ChemCurbs, of varying sizes and configurations, on low slope roofs across the country has contributed favorably to the absence of building leaks and the peace of mind--and reputation--of installers who do not have to return to a leaking penetration.

The new four-color 12-page brochure details everything you want to know about the Chem Curb System: ease of installation, where it can be used, components available, instructions for installation and—most importantly—it outlines the advantages and savings the ChemCurb System provides.

The brochure is available for viewing and downloading at www.chemlinkinc.com.


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Chem Link is an idea company, dedicated to the continuing development and manufacture of stronger, safer and more durable architectural products. For more information visit www.chemlinkinc.com.

 

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