The robust DELTA®-MAXX X waterproofing membrane (DHV) is characterised by its very high mechanical resistance. The extraordinary combination of materials gives it an above-average strength. DELTA®-MAXX X has been successfully tested for resistance to cave-in (GS-BAU-18 Certificate 201920914). It can also be used on roofs with large batten spacing for large format tiles according to DIN 4426. This provides significantly increased safety when working on the roof!
30-year guarantee of functionality.
Safe installation even in wet and sub-zero temperatures. The unique overlap adhesive works reliably in wet conditions and even at temperatures down to -10 °C.
Highly resistant to hail and thus forms an additional protective shield under the roof covering itself (tested according to DIN EN 13583, certificate 111329/14).
DELTA®-MAXX X complies with the requirements of the German Roofing Guild Rules (ZVDH-Regelwerk) and can be used together with system elements and as temporary roofing.
After laying the strips, simply remove the protective film from the self-adhesive edges, press them together and you're done! The self-adhesive edges adhere immediately and the joint is windproof.
Year of market release: 2023
Green technology: YES
DELTA®-MAXX X is the solution for fully-insulated pitched roofs and meets the requirements of ZVDH product data sheets UDB-A and USB-A
The sheeting can also be used as temporary roofing and as façade membrane behind ventilated cladding with closed joints as well as for wooden sheathing.
The two integrated adhesive strips on the underside enable especially efficient and economical laying of the pitched roof membrane.
Up to 30% material savings - thanks to the double adhesive strips, during the laying work much less material is consumed because the roofing membrane can simply be rotated
Enduring Energy savings - he self-adhesive edging prevents cold exterior air and moisture from penetrating. This protects the roof and saves precious energy and heating costs.
DELTA-MAXX X can be used for roofs with folded, concrete or burnt roofing with a slope of maximum 8° lower than the safe slope of concrete or burnt roofing always indicated by the roofing manufacturer. In practice, this means that the limit for use is tightness class 3.
In the case of corrugated metal roofing, these limits and requirements do not apply.