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IPG Joins The Synthetic Roof Underlayment Institute

Chicago, IL – The Synthetic Roof Underlayment Institute (SRUI) welcomes Intertape Polymer Group (IPG) to its membership. The company has joined the association’s ranks of 11 member companies with specialties in the synthetic roof underlayment industry.

IPG, based in Montreal, QC, is a recognized leader in the development, manufacture and sale of a variety of paper and film based pressure sensitive and water activated tapes, polyethylene and specialized polyolefin films, and complementary packaging systems for industrial and retail use. Visit www.itape.com for more information.

“IPG is committed to being a trusted and indispensable supplier to our customer base. Since we are one of the few vertically integrated North American suppliers of synthetic roof underlayment we feel it necessary to protect the integrity of the products sold here. Becoming a member of SRUI will be one of the key pieces to insure that we will, in addition to having our B&C Scientist assigned to the ASTM committee that is writing the new standards for synthetic approvals,” said Don Heath, National Sales Manager, B&C.

“SRUI proudly welcomes IPG as a member. IPG has demonstrated its commitment to supporting SRUI’s mission to promote the overall use of premium synthetic roof underlayment through education, design and engineering performance. Their resources and experience in the standards development process will benefit all members and the industry as a whole,” said Mickey Gay, SRUI Board Chairman.

About the Synthetic Roof Underlayment Institute

SRUI-LogoThe Synthetic Roof Underlayment Institute (SRUI) was established to educate the roofing and building industries about the benefits of synthetic roofing underlayments versus asphalt based materials.  SRUI’s goal is to promote the overall use of premium synthetic roof underlayments through education, design and engineering performance, while working in conjunction with industry associations. To learn more, visit www.srui.org.

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