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MIL-HDBK-1001/5A
will shrink while losing water and the shrinkage strain could be
transmitted to the roof membrane, do not fully adhere thick pads
directly to the roof surface.  Adhered modified bitumen sheets or
precut pavers placed on filter fabric may also be used.
10.4.8
Cold-Process Roofing.  Cold-process systems are life
extension and maintenance procedures on smooth roofs.  There are
coating and overlay types in asphalt or coal tar base with or
without reinforcement.  They must be placed on clean, dry
surfaces with no entrapped wet insulation below.
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