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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 INDEX 442 Page 3 breaker at all substrate junctions. Parchem nominates the Emer-Proof Elastic Joint Band System which includes tape, corners and pipe penetration detailing squares or equivalent bond breaking methods compliant with local waterproofing standards and building recommendations. Mixing Emer-Proof Quick Dry Two Part should be mixed in equal parts by volume or the ratio of 1kg Part A liquid to 1.5kg Part B dry powder. Add the Part A liquid to a suitable mixing vessel. Then whilst mixing slowly with a helical mixer fitted to a suitable drill, slowly add the Part B dry powder. The mixing speed can be increased as more powder is added. Continue mixing for around 3 minutes, until homogeneous and lump free. Cease mixing and ‘allow the mixed material to stand for 3 minutes, and then lightly re-mix’. The Emer-Proof Quick Dry Two Part is then ready to apply. Application Ensure the surface has been appropriately prepared in accordance with this TDS. The Emer-Proof Elastic Joint Band System should be installed first. Mix an appropriate amount of the Emer-Proof Quick Dry Two Part waterproofing membrane that can be used within its working life (e.g., 1kg Part A liquid to 1.5kg Part B dry powder) as per the instructions in this TDS. Apply the mixed Emer-Proof Quick Dry Two Part across the substrate joins extending approximately 70mm either side of the join. Whilst the Emer-Proof Quick Dry Two Part is still in a wet state install the Emer-Proof Elastic Joint Band tape, corners and accessories ensuring that all air voids are expelled. Emer-Proof Elastic Joint Band Corners should be placed in first followed by the Emer-Proof Elastic Joint Band tape. The Emer-Proof Elastic Joint Band tape, corners and pipe detailing squares can be joined via a 50mm overlap, sandwiching a small amount of Emer-Proof Quick Dry Two Part liquid membrane between the overlapping faces. In general wet area applications Emer-Proof Quick Dry Two Part is applied as two (2) coats with a minimum total coverage of 1.5litres/m². For permanently immersed conditions/applications Emer-Proof Quick Dry Two Part is applied as three (3) coats with a minimum total coverage of 2.0 litres/m². – (see special priming instructions under PRIMING in this TDS and drying times for submerged applications. Each successive coat should be applied at 90 degrees to the previous coat. Allowing a drying time of 1-3 hours between coats. Conduct a final inspection on the surface of the membrane prior to commencing tiling to ensure no pin holes exist. A further coat may be required if imperfections or pinholes are present in the membrane. Once the waterproofing is completed, do not disturb the area for at least 24 hours. Tiling can commence approximately 24 hours after final Emer-Proof Quick Dry Two Part coat. Polymer modified cement based tile adhesives, such as Emer-Proof Tilebond Flex are recommended for tiling application. Emer-Proof Multi-Purpose Primer and Additive used as a bonding agent is recommended for applications of cement based screeds or renders – as per TDS. Emer-Proof Quick Dry Two Part should be installed in accordance with AS3740. Curing and protection Emer-Proof Quick Dry Two Part is not UV stable and must be cured for a minimum of 24 hours at 25°C before placing protection. Tiling should commence within 5 days. Where damage to the membrane is possible (by traffic backfilling, etc.), it should be protected by a cementitious screed or protection board such as Impraboard or Emer- Proof Drain V. Emer-Proof Quick Dry Two Part can be over-coated with Emer-Proof Top Coat to make the membrane foot trafficable and UV stable. Maintenance No special requirements, any damage identified during normal inspections should be repaired or replaced as appropriate. Limitations Do not apply Emer-Proof Quick Dry Two Part in temperatures above 35°C or below 5°C. Emer-Proof Quick Dry Two Part cannot be used in areas where negative hydrostatic pressure is evident. Drying times Recoat: 1 - 3 hours Dry film: 5 - 7 hours Immersion: 21 days Allow a further drying time of 24 hours (on top of standard drying time) @ 10°C Please Note: Application of all liquid applied membranes and primers should always refer to the surface temperature conditions before commencing and not just ambient temperatures. (There are limitations to how hot/cold the surface temperature can be, when applying liquid based membrane or primer). Emer-Proof® Quick Dry Two Part


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