SIGA Majrex® is a smart directional vapor retarder that limits moisture transportation into the wall cavity and at the same time maximized inward drying. The result is a dry and mold free assembly over the life time of a building.
“SIGA believes in the strengths of its development competences and ability to innovate in the industry,” said Stefan Schaab, CPO, SIGA Cover AG. “This settlement represents another successful milestone in defending the intellectual property that enables us to provide superior products like the Majrex® to our customers.”
The Institute of Building Climatology in Dresden, Germany, carried out testing on flat roof assemblies under construction-relevant climate conditions. They proved that the Hydrobrid technology works and that SIGA Majrex® has a highly directional permeability.
SIGA is a leader in the development and production of high-performance adhesive tapes and membranes for air- and weathertight building envelopes. SIGA’s vision is a world with zero-energy loss buildings. Today, approximately 50 percent of the world’s energy requirements are consumed by heating and cooling systems. With SIGA’s innovative products, this energy requirement can be massively reduced.
SIGA operates in more than 40 countries and employs over 500 people working together to shape the future of the building industry. Find more information about SIGA’s innovative approach to air and weathertight construction at www.siga.swiss