Hypalon (CSPE) Roofing

Useful Links:

1. General: For a quick and excellent explanation of what Hypalon is, where it comes from, and why it's hard to find these days, see this page at the website of Anixter International.

2. General: A good short article, "Where Is Hypalon Among Today's Roofing Options?" by the venerable roof expert Dick Fricklas, is archived on the Buildings.com website. The article is from 2010.

3. Building Codes: "R905.13 Thermoplastic Single-Ply Roofing" from the 2015 International Residential Code and "1507.13 Thermoplastic Single-Ply Roofing" from the 2015 International Building Code. Both available on the UpCodes website.

4. Chemical Compatibility of Hypalon: See this chart for a long list of chemicals and whether you can expect them to damage Hypalon. Chart is made available by Mykin Inc

5. SafetySee this Material Safety Data Sheet for health and safety information about Hypalon.  This is only an example and other products and brands may be different. 

6. TechnicalSee this Hypalon roof specification for an idea of how a Hypalon roof system is put together. Provided by the Conklin Company.

7. Technical: Hypalon roof membrane product specification: viewable at Burke Industries' website as a PDF document here.

8. TechnicalAn old DuPont Product Data Sheet for Hypalon can be seen here.

9. Technical: Data sheets for various now-discontinued Dupont Hypalon products are available at the MatWeb site if you go to this page.

10. Hypalon roofing manufacturers are listed here.