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Application

Used for waterproofing before applying ceramic and natural stone floor tiles onto:

  • Concrete.
  • Cementitious floor screeds.
  • Cement-based plaster.

Must be used in its original state, without the addition of other materials, and should be protected against rain.

Consult manufacturer's literature for details on recommended substrate preparation and mixing instructions.

Description

One-component elastic waterproof coating. Composed solvent-free elastic resins and additives.

Features and benefits:

  • Improved workability and adhesion.
  • Ready to use.
  • Quick drying.
  • Applicable by roller, brush or trowel.
  • Suitable for use indoors and outdoors.
  • CE marked, and manufactured in accordance with EN 14891.

Applications:

Used for waterproofing before applying ceramic and natural stone floor tiles onto:

  • Concrete.
  • Cementitious floor screeds.
  • Cement-based plaster.

Must be used in its original state, without the addition of other materials, and should be protected against rain.

Consult manufacturer's literature for details on recommended substrate preparation and mixing instructions.

General information
Specification data
Product Reference

Aquazip RDY

Standard product features

Technical characteristics:

  • Form: Blue paste.
  • Yield: 1.3 kg/m² (approximately, per mm of thickness).
  • Specific weight: 1300 kg/m³ (approximately).
  • pH value: 9 (approximately).
  • Time elapsed before application of second coat: 1 hour (approximately).
  • Time elapsed before laying tiles: 3–4 hours (approximately).
  • Drying time (for 1 mm coat): 12 hours (approximately).
  • Application temperature: 5–35°C.
  • Coat thickness: 0.4–1 mm.
  • Viscosity: 54 000 mPa/s.
  • Dry residue: 68%.

- Compliance to EN 14891:

  • Impermeability to water under pressure (1.5 bars for 7 days of positive lift): No penetration.
  • Crack bridging ability (at temperatures between -5°C and 23°C): >0.75 mm.
  • Tensile adhesion strength (initial, after water immersion, after heating, after freeze-thaw cycles, and immersion in alkaline water): >0.5 N/mm².
  • Adhesion after immersion in sodium hypochlorite solution: >0.5 N/mm².