Ultra Floor DPM IT - Rapid Curing Primer Membrane - 5 kg Buckets
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UltraFloor DPM IT is a two component, solvent free epoxy resin system for use as a surface damp proof membrane and as a screed bonding aid (primer) for industrial flooring applications. DPM IT has been designed to provide protection against subfloor moisture and as a primer for bonded screed installations.
- Surface DPM
- Two-part epoxy resin system
- Primer for bonded screed applications
- Fast cure system
- Dual chamber packaging
- 98% RH floor moisture tolerance
- Pot life 45-75 minutes
- Cure time 5 hours Internal floors
- Size: 5kg
- Coverage will vary dependent on surface regularity and porosity
INFORMATION DPM IT
Rapid Curing Primer Membrane is a two component, solvent free epoxy resin system for use as a surface damp proof membrane (DPM) and as a screed bonding aid (primer) for industrial flooring applications. It is supplied in a twin pack dual chamber to enable ease of transport and mixing. The product performs by a reaction between the resin and hardener components to give a durable continuous membrane. When mixed the product is a black colour enabling easy identification of applied areas.
It is suitable for use a single coat DPM to suppress residual moisture in concrete and sand/cement screed where the moisture levels are 98% RH or less, when tested with a properly calibrated surface hygrometer in accordance with BS 8203. As a two coat application it may be used on subfloors where there is an absence of a constructional base DPM provided there is no hydrostatic pressure.
In some circumstances it may be used over cementitious screeds incorporating warm water Underfloor Heating Systems. It is also ideal for use as a primer/ screed bonding agent for installations of polymer modified and proprietary cementitious screeds.
See below for subfloor preparation and application to various substrate types.
IMPORTANT: DPM IT should not be used in projects where hydrostatic pressure is a concern. In such cases the use of pressure relief drainage and/or and external tanking systems must be the primary method of protection against moisture.
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