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601 Paragonยฎ MOD Cap โ€œDove Whiteโ€ product image

601 Paragonยฎ MOD Cap โ€œDove Whiteโ€

Features & Benefits

601 Paragon® MOD Cap with fiberglass mat is a fire-rated (FR) mineral cap sheet manufactured to meet the needs of a high-performance, high-quality built-up roofing system. 601 Paragon® MOD Cap can be applied with hot mopping asphalt or cold process adhesives, and is approved for use on all fire-rated built-up roofs.

Please consult Malarkey's Technical Services Department for approval of roof systems.

601 Paragon® MOD Cap is manufactured on a fiberglass mat, uniformly impregnated and coated on both sides with SBS polymer modified asphalt compounded with a fire-retardant mineral stabilizer and surfaced with ceramic granules for ultraviolet protection and weatherability. The topside edge of the sheet has a 4" (102 mm) selvage for lap joint seams.

601 Paragon® MOD Cap in Dove White is listed in the CRRC directory, allowing for overall energy savings due to the solar reflectance of the cap sheet.

Installing 601 Paragon® MOD Cap in Dove White can qualify for LEED credits, visit our LEED page for more details.

601 Paragon® MOD Cap “Dove White” Benefits:

Reducing energy use: A cool roof transfers less heat to the entire building, allowing the structure to stay cool and uses less energy for air conditioning.

Reducing air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions: Lowering energy use for cool roofs can decrease the production of associated air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.

Improved comfort: Cool roofs can reduce the overall air temperatures inside buildings with and without air conditioning.

Cool Roof Rating Council ratings are determined for a fixed set of conditions and may not be appropriate for determining seasonal energy performance. The actual effect of solar reflectance and thermal emittance on building performance may vary.
Manufacturer of product stipulates that these ratings were determined in accordance with the applicable Cool Roof Rating Council procedures.

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