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CONTENTS CONCRETE REPAIR CORROSION CONTROL GROUTS & ANCHORS PROTECTIVE COATINGS INDUSTRIAL FLOORING SURFACE TREATMENTS JOINT SEALANTS CONCRETE JOINTING JOINT FILLERS WATERPROOFING WATERSTOPS ROOFING TIMBER FLOORING ALPHABETICAL INDEX Technical Data Sheet Properties Data quoted is typical for this product, but does not constitute a specification. Solids: 70% Colour: Black/ Charcoal 459 Emer-Proof® Ecoflex Anti-Root Polymer modified bitumen liquid coating with plant root inhibitors Uses „ Planter boxes „ Garden beds „ Retaining walls, underground waterproofing „ General areas in contact with soil, plants „ Protective coating over bituminous sheet membranes in underground areas Advantages „ Anti-root properties to inhibit plant root penetration in earth filled applications „ Low VOC „ Outstanding adhesion properties to primed surfaces „ Able to be applied to damp surfaces (free of surface water) „ Does not re-emulsify once cured „ Flexible „ Solvent free, non-flammable and user friendly „ Australian Made Description Emer-Proof Ecoflex Anti-Root is a polymer modified bituminous liquid coating that contains root inhibitors to prevent the penetration of root growth through the cured membrane surface. Designed for use in conjunction with either Emer-Proof Ecoflex or Emer-proof Quick-Dry Two Part in subterranean areas such as planters, retaining walls, garden beds or general areas exposed to earth and soil. Water based and solvent free, Emer-Proof Ecoflex Anti-Root has excellent adhesion properties to many bituminous sheet membrane surfaces*. Able to be used in high build applications by roller, spatula or trowel on vertical and horizontal surfaces. *Sheet membrane surfaces vary, therefore adhesion compatibility tests are recommended. Technical Support Parchem offers a comprehensive range of high performance, high quality waterproofing and construction products. In addition, Parchem offers a technical support package to specifiers, contractors and end-users, as well as on-site technical assistance. April 2014 Page 1 - Wet, Black - Dry Tensile strength: 0.5 MPa Water vapour transmission 1.35g/24h/m² Shore A hardness 58 Elongation: >330% Coverage Emer-Proof Ecoflex Anti-Root should be applied as a final coat over either Emer-Proof Ecoflex or Quick-Dry Two Part. Refer to their repective TDS for application instructions. Emer-Proof Ecoflex Anti-Root should be applied to achieve a dry film thickness of 0.7-1.0 mm. Approximate total coverage: 1L/m², applied at a minimum of 2 coats. Dry Film Thickness = 0.7 - 1.0 mm Specification Clause Where required, a water based bituminous rubberised liquid coating, containing root inhibitors, is to be applied to offer a waterproof area. The coating must be low VOC, Australian made and non-toxic. The Emer-Proof Ecoflex Anti-Root from Parchem Construction Supplies meet the performance criteria and is an approved product. Design Criteria All cracks >2mm must be suitably prepared and primed according to the substrate with either, Emer-Proof Multi- Purpose Primer and Additive for porous and Emer-Proof Non-Porous Primer for non-porous substrates. The Emer-Proof Elastic Joint Band System should be installed first in accordance with the Technical Data Sheet for the system. The stirred Emer-Proof Ecoflex Anti-Root is laid onto the surface continually in one direction and each successive coat should be applied perpendicular to the previous coat. Allow 2-4 hours for film to dry between coats, use 2 coats to achieve the required dry film thickness and a uniform coverage. Emer-Proof Ecoflex Anti-Root should be protected from mechanical damage with Impraboard, or Emer-proof Drain V drainage and protection sheet, available from Parchem. April 2014


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