HS Butyl News

HS Butyl forms Joint Venture with Anabond Ltd. India.

News | May 30th, 2013

HS Butyl and Anabond Limited – Joint Venture 

HS Butyl Ltd. is pleased to announce the formation of a 50/50 Joint Venture with India’s leading butyl manufacturer Anabond Limited. The Joint Venture Company will be called Anabond HS Butyl Ltd and will be based in India.

The JV will focus upon the manufacture, sale and distribution of butyl tapes for the Indian market.

Building upon five decades of experience in manufacturing butyl tapes HS Butyl has now taken this specific focus and technical expertise to the Indian Market. Anabond have extensive knowledge of the Indian market place, provide a sales and distribution network and have a strong reputation for quality and service. Together HS Butyl and Anabond’s wealth of experience compliment each other so well and our global knowledge and position will be significantly enhanced.

Industrial Roofing and Cladding Brochure

News | December 7th, 2012

We have been busy preparing a new brochure for the Industrial Roofing and Cladding brochure and are pleased to announce it is now ready.

The brochure showcases our butyl tape and their applications and includes our new GCA® Shim product.

The online version can be viewed on the below link.


Printed copies will be in the office next week.  If you would like a copy, please contact our office on sales@hsbutyl.com or speak to Martin Clubley directly.

Butyl Tape Vs. Bitumen – The Benefits of Butyl Tape

News | October 30th, 2012

Benefits of Butyl Tape

Why use butyl tape instead of bitumen?

  • Longer service life.
  • Non-staining.
  • Low temperature flexibility.
  • Wider service temperature range i.e. butyl tapes can perform at -40 Degrees Celsius whereas most bitumen products are limited to -10 degrees Celsius.
  • Tack at low temperatures. At low temperatures heated blowers may have to be used to increase the tack on the bitumen to help application.
  • Compatible with Polycarbonate/GRP rooflights.

Ask us today about our range of butyl tapes and how they can be used in applications as an alternative to bitumen.