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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 Page 2 477 Emer-Proof® HDPE Application Instructions Surface preparation All surfaces to which Emer-Proof HDPE is applied must be smooth and free from contaminants and any loose material. Rough concrete should be ‘faired up’ before application. Priming Emer-Proof Self Adhesive Primer should be applied at the rate of 6 - 8 m² / litre to surfaces which will have Emer-Proof HDPE applied. The coverage rate for the primer will vary depending on the porosity of the surface being treated. Allow the primer to dry for a minimum of 2 hours and a maximum of 8 hours, at temperatures of 25°C and above, or until touch dry. Longer drying times will be required at lower temperatures. Priming should only be carried out on surfaces which will be covered with Emer-Proof HDPE the same day. Application Planning the installation of the membrane is important to ensure joins occur in suitable locations and not at corners and penetrations. Longitudinal overlaps should be 50 - 60 mm and transverse laps 70 - 80 mm. Application of membrane should always start from lowest point on a surface to ensure laps are self-flashing. Apply suitable lengths of Emer-Proof HDPE membrane by first carefully aligning the roll and applying an initial 300 mm of material, then pull the siliconised release paper and press the membrane on to the prepared surface. Take care not to incorporate air bubbles under the membrane or wrinkles in the membrane. 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


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