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W R Meadows Sealmastic Emulsion Damproofing Type 2

$46.75

W R Meadows Sealmastic Emulsion Damproofing Type 2

DESCRIPTION:
W R Meadows Sealmastic Emulsion Damproofing Type 2 (brush-on/spray-grade) is an asphalt-based, clay emulsion with fibers specifically formulated to offer a tight film that combines both excellent strength and resistance to water.

USES:
SEALMASTIC emulsion-type dampproofing coatings are ideal for reducing dampness and moisture infiltration through foundation walls, parapets, firewalls, tanks, culverts, cisterns, and bridge abutments. They are also applicable for stone-backing, above-grade cavity wall applications, and below-grade masonry wall dampproofing. The SEALMASTIC product line also helps to minimize internal structural damage from mildew and mold and is compatible with ICF foam forms.

FEATURES/BENEFITS:

  • Adheres to damp or “green” surfaces … no waiting for concrete to thoroughly dry.
  • Ready to use … no heating or thinning required; dries rapidly.
  • A fast and economical way to protect concrete and masonry foundation walls from moisture penetration.
  • Easy to apply … available in spray-, brush- or trowel-grades; meets a broad application range.
  • Three application grades are available for maximum versatility.
  • VOC compliant.

PACKAGING:
5 Gallon (18.9 Liter) Pails

COVERAGE:
SEALMASTIC TYPE I:
Approximately 70 – 100 ft.2/gal.  (1.7 – 2.5 m2/L) per coat.

SEALMASTIC TYPE II/SEALMASTIC TYPE III:
Exterior below-grade dense surfaces, exterior below-grade porous surfaces, exterior above-grade surfaces
Approximately 40 – 50 ft.2/gal. (0.1 – 1.2 m2/L) (30 mils wet).

Coverage may vary due to the porosity and condition of the concrete.

SHELF LIFE:
When stored indoors in original, unopened containers at temperatures between 40° – 90° F, optimum performance and best use are obtained within one year of the date of manufacture.

SPECIFICATIONS:
TYPE II
ASTM D1187, Type I
ASTM D1227, Type II, Class 1
All products comply with current federal, state, and local maximum allowable VOC requirements, including U.S. EPA, SCAQMD, and OTC.