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2011: Photovoltaic mounting systems Icosun Console
2010: Breather membrane Sup'Air roof underlay and Sup'Air WPX wind barrier
2010: Nox-Activ®: Depolluting waterproofing membranes
2009: PVC & TPO synthetic membranes
2008: Wateroof
2005: Parathane: liquid waterproofing
2005: range of under-roofing radiant barrier membranes: Sol'X,and Therm'X
2003: complete roofing system for very high humidity buildings with acoustic absorption: Parasteel TFH Acoustique
2003: protection system for flat expansion joints for car park waterproofing. Paradyl
2002: single-layer bitumen membrane incorporating calibrated partial-bonding membrane. Thermosolo GS featuring the SYNTAN coating between torchable stripes.
2000: impervious under-roof system for renovations on corrugated asbestos-cement sheets: Paraplac
1997-1998: High-reliability "Profil" system using grooved profiles on the underside of torchable membrane and scarified welding strips.
1992: industrial roofing system with concealed waterproofing fasteners (Parasteel).
1991: first single- and double-layer elastomeric bitumen mechanically fixed systems.
1984: first cold-applied waterproofing membrane: Adesolo
1979: first synthetic under-slating felt: Fel'X
1979: first single-layer elastomeric waterproofing system: Parafor Solo
1976: Premier double reinforced shingle Toisite
1972: first extra-wide elastomeric bitumen geomembrane for civil engineering: Teranap TP
1968: first elastomeric waterproofing system: Paradiene
1964: first self-protected metallic and self-compensating dilatation waterproofing membrane: Veral, Vercuivre
1964: first fibreglass-reinforced shingle: Vertuile
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