THE WET OUT METHOD
WET OUT FIBREGLASS
CAULK AND BED
CAULK JOINT WITH FLEXIBLE SEALANT
bed FIBREGLASS strip INTO SEALANT,
OVERLAP THE UPTURNED strip
WET OUT THE FIBREGLASS
SEAL IT UP WATERPROOFING TRAINS IN THE FIELD and
HAS PERFECTED this RELIABLE WATERPROOFING SYSTEM.
polyester membrane exhibits fast structural curing.
between 40 and 60 minutes
enabling the installer to re layer with
subsequent, tie layers of the membrane,
without risk or damage to previous layers.
A far superior detailed method for waterproofing in a shower area of a bathroom is to
set the angle on top of the cured membrane.
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THE CAULK AND BED METHOD WITH THE FIRST LAYER OF FIBREGLASS GIVES FLEX ACROSS SHEET JOINS AND SETS the WATER STOP TERMINATION WELL ABOVE THE TILE FINNISH.
the MEMBRANE IS BONDED INTO THE WASTE OUTLET AND and also RETURNED INTO the PRE CUT RECESSED NOTCH IN THE WALL of the balcony TO PRODUCE ADEQUATE TERMINATION OF THE WATERPROOFING.
a layer of the DRY FIBRES OF THE FIBREGLASS ARE PRESSED INTO THE FC JOINT SEALANT, SURROUNDING THE WASTE OUTLET, IDEALLY BONDING subsequent layers of THE WATERPROOFING IN PLACE.
MEMBRANE IS Bonded vertically onto walls that flashover and connect with the waterproof tray.
has the most innovative solution to
• High dimensional stability
• High corrosion resistance
• Low thermal conductivity
• High strength to weight ratio
• Can be molded with different tolerances
• Excellent electrical insulation properties
• Fire retardant
• Costs less than other fabricated sheeting
• Capable of varying thickness
• Allows for flexible product design
• Can be sanded, repaired and painted
• Wide range of coloring and surface finishes
• Low moisture vapor Transmission
• Holds water out permanently
• Versatile product with a long lifespan
• Great resistance to high temperatures
A GENERAL GUIDE FOR
BONDING PAINT TO POLYESTER