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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 Coverage As a primer for ‘All’ Emer-Proof water-based membrane systems on masonry substrates: Approximately – 1 litre will cover 6-8m² on general porous substrates The coverage figures are theoretical – due to wastage factors and the variety and nature of possible substrates. Practical coverage figures may be substantially reduced. Application Instructions General application details as primer Surfaces must be clean, sound, stable and free of: loose foreign material; existing coatings; laitance; release agents; curing compounds and oil/grease residues. „ Emer-Proof Multi Purpose Primer and WP Additive should 467 Emer-Proof® Multi Purpose Primer & WP Additive SBR latex primer & waterproofing additive Uses „ Primer over porous surfaces such as brick, masonry, cement and concrete. „ Tile primer for floor and wall tile adhesives, Such as Emer-Proof Tilebond Flex (able to be diluted 1:1 with water for this application) „ Enhancing bond strength of mortars, screeds and renders (See MIX DESIGNS on following page) „ Waterproof additive for cement based tile adhesives, grouts, screeds, renders and patching compounds (See MIX DESIGNS on following page) Advantages „ Low VOC „ Suitable for internal and external priming applications for ‘All’ Emer-Proof water-based membranes „ Fast drying „ Provides waterproofing additive properties that assist in the reduction of efflorescence within sand and cement toppings „ Solvent free, non flammable and free of hazardous odours „ Australian made Description Emer-Proof Multi Purpose Primer and WP Additive is a single component fast drying primer that provides excellent high bonding and penetrating properties into concrete and masonry surfaces. In addition to its priming properties, Emer-Proof Multi Purpose Primer and WP Additive can also be used as a waterproofing additive for cement based products to enhance adhesion, water resistance and compressive strength. 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. Properties Data quoted is typical for this product, but does not constitute a specification. Appearance: Milky white when wet Clear when dry Water Soluble: 100% soluble in a wet state Flammability: Nil April 2014 Page 1 be lightly stirred before using, and can be applied to vertical, horizontal and overhead surfaces using a roller, brush or airless spray unit. „ When applied, Emer-Proof Multi Purpose Primer and WP Additive appears in a milky white state, drying clear. „ Not suitable for solvent based finishes. Only use water based systems over Emer-Proof Multi Purpose Primer and WP Additive. Applications as additive „ Renders exposed to weather, e.g. beach fronts, facade walls, feature walls. „ For high strength screeds and renders. „ Renders, mortars for immersed areas, e.g. tanks, ponds, water features and pools. „ As a patch and repair mortar. „ Grouts exposed to weather and water. „ Cement based adhesives for kerb stones, tiles and fixtures. „ Enhancement of general purpose tile adhesives, grouts and renders, screeds. „ Slurry sealing primer over block and brick surfaces, over aged or open pores of concrete, filling pores, voids etc. Using as additive, bonding agent „ Provides improved bond strength in areas subject to moisture, weather or immersion. „ Provides improved water resistance and waterproof properties. „ Provides improved crack, frost and salt resistance. „ Provides improved durability. Forming a waterproof and high bonding slurry coat - mix the following parts by volume: 1 part Primer + 1-1.5 parts of Portland cement + 0.5 -1.0 parts sand. Once mixed to a brushable consistency, apply to substrate with a brush, April 2014


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