The UltraBaseSystems® Difference
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Your Rooftop, Reimagined
With space becoming more and more difficult to locate, the ability of bringing athletic and recreational areas to rooftops is a necessity. The per sq. ft. load rating of under two pounds per sq. ft. for UBS Professional and 1.1 pound per sq. ft. for UBS Champion, coupled with our patented vertical and horizontal drain system, makes our panel system a dream come true for architects and installers alike.
Install directly on the existing roof structure or incorporate a leveling pedestal system or position the panels on support joist. We have done it all! Rooftops across the world are getting a facelift and turning unusable space into structurally sound, safe active sport and entertainment havens.
Historically, rooftop installations presented quite the challenge for customers and installers alike. It was a blank canvas ready for a putting green, pet play area, sports field or just a great place to hang out and enjoy the view. However, the question was how to protect the integrity of the roof system, provide proper drainage, and most importantly, deliver end results that look as beautiful as a city park. With hundreds of rooftop installations to our credit, the UBS system has opened the eyes of an industry forever. Our interlocking panels deliver all the performance your rooftop project demands and more. Structurally superior yet light enough to satisfy the load requirements of any architect, barren rooftop landscapes are a thing of the past with UltraBaseSystems.
Panel Weight: 9.1 lbs /4.12 kg per panel
PSI: Static load capacity for the weakest location of the panel is equivalent to 1335 psi (93.86 kgf/cm2) at 70ºF (21ºC). Load values when placed over a full descending cellular rib 1664 psi (117 kgf/cm2).
Panel Weight: 5.38 lbs per panel / 2.44 kg per panel
PSI: Static load capacity for the weakest location of the panel is equivalent to 374 psi (26.3 kgf/cm2) at 70ºF (21ºC). Load values when placed over a full descending cellular rib 998 psi (70.17 kgf/cm2).