Propane Torch Safety for Roofers and Remodelers

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Torches have one job. Your job is to be aware of the dangersH

Heat-welding systems are easy to install and they last a long time, so they are an obvious choice for commercial roofs. Because modified bitumen membranes requires heat to weld together, open-flame torches are used.

Roofers and general contractors should put safety first throughout the construction process.

To bring safety to every 'hot' work project, IKO Roofing put together this infographic.

 

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—This video is provided by IKO Roofing, one of ProTradeCraft's advertisers. IKO is a worldwide leader in the roofing, waterproofing and insulation industry for residential and commercial markets. A vertically integrated company, IKO operates more than 25 manufacturing plants throughout North America and Europe. IKO is a family-owned business established in 1951. View all of IKO's content.

 

Daniel Morrison
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