LAVATEX 2000 is a high-performance liquid waterproofing membrane that can be used for various purposes, including - Waterproofing of concrete and block foundations, retaining walls, basements, and wet areas such as kitchen, toilet floors, and balconies - Damp proof membrane in sandwich panel constructions - Curing membrane cum protective coating for substructure - Façade damp proofing.
Single component, ready to use. • Resistant to temperatures from -20 0C to +110 0C. • Easy to use. • Non-flammable and Non-toxic. • Applicable on damp surfaces. • Resistant to chlorides & sulphates usually present in the soil. • Environment friendly • VOC Free
LAVATEX 2000 can be applied by brush, roller or squeegee. Hot, dry or very porous substrate should be dampened with clean water prior to application of LAVATEX 2000. When two or more coats are required, ensure that the preceding coat is fully dry before applying the successive coat, which should be applied at right angle to preceding coat.
LAVATEX 2000 also acts as a curing membrane; hence it may be applied to fresh concrete immediately after the removal of formwork, eliminating the need of conventional curing with water. Since it gives a permanent black finish LAVATEX 2000 is recommended as curing membrane only for surfaces which have no aesthetic value such as sub-structures of buildings.
1. What are the safety precautions that should be taken when using LAVATEX 2000 ?? Normal safety precautions should be taken when using LAVATEX 2000. It is recommended to wear rubber hand gloves, safety shoes, and safety goggles while using and handling the product. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. In case of accidental contact with eyes, wash with plenty of water and seek medical treatment immediately.
2. Can LAVATEX 2000 be used on all types of substrates ?? LAVATEX 2000 can adhere well to most common substrates such as concrete, cement blocks, wood, and existing roof felts.
3. How long does it take for LAVATEX 2000 to cure fresh concrete ?? LAVATEX 2000 can be applied to fresh concrete immediately after the removal of formwork, eliminating the need for conventional curing with water. However, the product is not specific about how long it takes to cure fresh concrete.
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