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CONTENTS CONCRETE REPAIR CORROSION CONTROL GROUTS & ANCHORS PROTECTIVE COATINGS INDUSTRIAL FLOORING SURFACE TREATMENTS JOINT SEALANTS CONCRETE JOINTING ROOFING WATERSTOPS WATERPROOFING JOINT FILLERS TIMBER FLOORING ALPHABETICAL Emer-Proof® Aqua Barrier Add equal parts 1:1 by volume of the Base and Hardener in a total volume suitable for application within the pot life of the product. Mix for another 3 minutes with a slow speed power stirrer, until a uniform mix is achieved, avoiding aeration of the material. It is advisable to allow the mixed product to stand for five to fifteen minutes before application. Application Spread the material with a suitable squeegee or stiff nylon broom, working the Emer-Proof Aqua Barrier into the surface to ensure total absorption into any pin holes and voids. Finish off using a medium to long nap roller. Spray application is also acceptable. Care must be taken to ensure the required application rates are achieved to obtain the minimum dry film thickness per coat. If the first coat is to be spray applied an addition of 10% water will assist spraying and penetration. Curing Cured at room temperature Emer-Proof Aqua Barrier will be ready to accept foot traffic next day. Emer-Proof Aqua Barrier has been formulated to show optimum curing and application characteristics in the temperature range from 15-25°C. At lower temperature the rate of cure will slow down considerably and at higher temperatures the working life of the mixed composition will be reduced. Complete cure is normally achieved after 7 day @ 20°C. In general, it is not advisable to use water-based coatings under conditions of low temperature and high humidity. Clean Up Clean up of brushes, roller sleeves and spraying equipment is by means of soapy water. INDEX 472 Coverage 300 μm is the minimum theoretical dry film thickness to be achieved to ensure all the advertised performance properties of Emer-Proof Aqua Barrier are met. This is achieved by applying two coats at 3.0 m2/litre total (undiluted) and is dependent upon substrate porosity as to the final dry film build achieved. The diluted first coat is to be applied at 1.3 m²/litre (minimum 2 hours at 25°C / 50% R.H.) followed by the second coat at 1.5 m²/litre. Supply 20 litre kits PC: 405015 Storage Shelf life / Storage 12 months if stored in dry conditions between 10°C and 30°C in the original, unopened packs. If stored at high temperatures the shelf life may be reduced. Emer-Proof Aqua Barrier should be protected from frost.


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