Nov 19, 2020, 10:16 AM by Keith Walker

Dicor Products, an Airxcel brand and the industry leader in RV roof products, sealants, coatings and wheel accessories, debuts Diflex III. The new TPO roof membrane delivers the same best-in-class performance as its current TPO product, but provides 20% more puncture and tear resistance.

Diflex III is slightly more rigid than Dicor's current TPO membrane, yet flexible enough to handle in low temperatures. This perfect combination of rigidity and flexibility provides ease of installation on long crowned roofs and a smooth finish. Compatible with all existing Dicor sealants and bonding adhesives, it's also phthalate-free for a safer manufacturing environment. It has an industry leading 20-year warranty.

"We took all the features that people admire about TPO roofing and improved upon it," said Anthony Wollschlager, Airxcel division president. "Diflex III will quickly become the superior TPO roof membrane choice for OEMs. This product evolution is another example of how Airxcel and Dicor are committed to delivering unparalleled service to our customers."


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