Fixing Point for Cold Roof Constructions

A revolutionary solution to an old problem

The Roof-Pro Fixing Point can be used with nearly all roof membranes including bituminous and liquid waterproofing solutions.  

It is supplied as a factory assembled unit pre-fitted with the correct membrane enabling full integration with the roof system it is being installed on. 

It provides a universal fixing offering two M10 x 20 female threaded anchor points for supporting and securing most types of rails and bars. Multiple fixings can be made directly to the roofing structure  providing excellent pull out values into most substrates. 

All the fixings are sealed under the flange of the Fixing Point against water ingress using the same horizontal lap joint that the rest of the roof is installed with.

Cold Roof Constructions (FixPoint PV)

The FixPoint PV can be fitted to cold roof constructions with either liquid or bituminous membranes and in new build or retrofit situations.  

In cold roof constructions the Fixing Point is normally fixed directly to the roof deck using the 7mm Ø holes in the fixing plate. It is suggested that all fixing holes are used to achieve the  maximum uplift values.  

Subject to calculations and testing it is often the case that the IFP units can be positioned with no reference to the structural supporting members within the roof construction eg joists or purlins.  

Where used with bituminous roofing systems it is suggested that the IFP is fitted with cap sheet although underlay sheets can be used. In both cases, a reinforced sheet is required. 

  • Key Features
  • 2 no connection points
  • 6mm thick fixing plate
  • Flange membrane to suit roof
  • Spacer bar to fixings
  • Can be installed on existing roofs


 Roof construction type
 Warm roof  Y
 Cold roof  Y
 Inverted Roof  N
 Roof covering type
 Single ply  Y
 Hot melt  Y
 Liquid applied  Y
 Membrane composite  Y
 Hard metal  N
 Trapezoidal  N
 Aluminium  N
 Retrofit to existing roof  Y
FixPoint PV for Cold Roof Constructions
Ask a Question or Request a Quote
Attach a file  

I agree with the Website T&C's of use