QMS ISO 9001
EMS ISO 14001
Intensive green roofing system.
The build up is most suitable for large scale or more complex areas as it is a very flexible design and can be built into the existing structure.
ShieldINTENSIVE provides the most vibrant and aesthetically pleasing living roof finish. ShieldINTENSIVE systems are principally designed to create recreational and amenity spaces for people to enjoy. They are generally accessible and contain features similar to traditional gardens including lawns, trees, shrubs and hard landscaped areas. Intensive green roof systems involve using greater substrate depths (usually above 200mm) and often create a larger weight loading on the roof. Intensive green roof systems require a higher level of maintenance, including regular irrigation.
Extensive growing medium
Q37/110 Intensive green roof
In accordance with the GRO Green Roof Code of Best Practice.
ShieldFELT Protection Sheet.
ShieldROOT M - Root Barrier Protection Sheet.
ShieldMAT Drainage Layer.
Insert thickness requirement, available 20–40 mm.
ShieldGEOTEX - Geotextile filter layer.
Recycled multi-coloured polyester, 300 g/m², laid above and below drainage layer.
ShieldBLU Blue Roof System.
ShieldDRAIN water outlets.
ShieldGREEN Growing Medium.
Minimum 75 mm thickness. Crushed brick or rubble (60%), locally sourced marine aggregate and grit (5–10%), growing medium (10–20%), wood mulch (10-20%).
Plug and plant sedum/ wildflower mixes.
20–40 mm washed pebbles with ShieldMET retainers, and in accordance with GRO guidelines.
ShieldMET retainers - aluminium retaining angle.
ShieldSEAL Liquid Applied Waterproofing System.
ShieldTEC Inverted Roof Hotmelt Waterproofing System.
ShieldTEC Warm Roof Hotmelt Waterproofing System.
ULTRAShield High Performance Felt Membrane System.
ShieldBOARD XPS Insulation.
Insert thickness requirement.
ShieldBOARD PIR Insulation.
ShieldWOOL Horizontal And Vertical Insulation.
ShieldGLASS Cellular Glass Insulation.
Country of material origin
Country of product manufacture
Applicable to each individual component, not as a combined system