Adva Proof Emulsion
Category: Construction & Real Estate
Subcategory: Waterproofing Materials
Exporter: AL MUTATHAWIR INSULATIONS MAT.IND.LLC
Anionic latex modified Bitumen Emulsion; Latex Rubber content of dry film 10% minimum. It is dark brown in color, the product also contains a quantity of bio-acid to inhibit the growth of bacteria and mould both in the product itself and subsequent to application. These properties impart excellent durability and waterproofing characteristics.
water based non-toxic
resist attacks by chloride and sulphates
For use of a damp proof membrane in sandwich construction as a general purpose water proofer for walls, floors, other structures, and as a vapor seal as well. It's also an effective adhesive and bonding agent for insulation boards, cork panels, etc. it is practically suitable where some movements of structure is expected, exhibits much better permeability and elasticity characteristics, than similar material without latex.
The surface to be treated should be cleaned to remove dust, grease, etc.; should be applied by brush, roller or by spraying equipment "for large surfaces" on concrete or other absorbent surfaces first applied a coat of ADVAPROOF EMULSION (SBR).
The coverage of ADVAPROOF EMULSION (SBR) in accordance with specification requirements, otherwise 2 coats application rate of 1.5 Liter per meter with result in DFT of 0.77mm.
The two coats shall be applied at right angles to each other, allowing the first coat to dry completely before applying the second.
All application should be continued up verticals to the existing damp proof course. Ensure the membrane is not punched or damaged during subsequent operations. Drying time 3 hours @ 20 ˚C and over coat time 3.5 hours minimum.
The specific gravity of the products is approximately 1.00.
ADVAPROOF EMULSION (SBR) compiles with concrete curing requirements of ASTM C 309-93 when applied at the rate of 1.25 m2 per liter.
ADVAPROOF EMULSION (SBR) has a life of 12 months if stored on shade below 45 ˚C under normal conditions.
If the product dries it cannot be removed just with solvent like kerosene.
The information given in this data sheet is based on both current development work and many years of field experience. Whilst every effort is made to ensure that the information is reliable, we cannot accept responsibility for any work carried out with our materials as we have no control over methods of application, site conditions, etc.