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Technical Dayta Sheet Compedium

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 474 Page 2 Emer-Proof® HD When finishing the membrane into perimeter flashings or around penetrations, use Nitoseal MB175 (formally Plastiseal), a bituminous rubber mastic to assist in achieving a waterproof seal. External Corner Detail Internal Corner Detail Pipe Penetration Protection Emer-Proof HD is not suitable for long term UV exposure. The membrane should therefore be protected in some way within 3 months of application. If the membrane is to be covered with a concrete topping slab, a slip sheet system must be used. A slip sheet is not necessary when the membrane is covered with asphalt. When the membrane is to be backfilled such as with basement applications, Emer-Proof HD should be protected from physical damage by using Emer-Proof Drain V drainage/protection system also available from Parchem. Limitations Do not apply Emer-Proof HD to uncured “green” concrete or to concrete with high moisture content levels. In such applications blistering of the membrane may occur due to vapour pressure building up at the interface of the membrane and the substrate. Similarly, Emer-Proof HD should not be applied to substrates subject to hydrostatic pressure from below the membrane.


Technical Dayta Sheet Compedium
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