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Crystalline waterproofing slurry for concrete substrates. The slurry becomes part of the concrete, creating a waterproof layer inside the concrete, making it strong against negative water pressure. It also creates a reactive layer inside the concrete, allowing the structure to self-heal shrinkage cracks under contact with water.Can be applied by brush, dry-shake or spray equipment.Features and benefits:Economic and easy to apply.Rapid curing, eliminating the need for days of water curing and protection time.Self-healing properties of up to 0.4 mm static cracks.Open to foot traffic after four hours.Extreme adhesive strength.Shrinkage compensated – no spider-web cracking.Resistance against aggressive media with a pH range of 3–12, and against soft water with low iron content.Weathering and sulfate resistant.Potable water approved.Applications:Waterproofing of basements, below-grade parking structures, potable water structures, sewage structures, and tunnels and pipelines.Protection of dams and spill-ways.Slab waterproofing (dry-shake application).Elevator pits.Technical characteristics:Appearance: Grey powder.Curing time: 3–4 hours water curing required in hot weather or very dry temperatures.Density: 1.2 kg/L.Substrate temperature: 5–35°C.Water permeability (to EN 12390-8): 13 bar (positive and negative).Flexural strength: 1 MPa (after four hours); 4 MPa (after 24 hours); 5 MPa (after seven days); 7 MPa (after 28 days).Compressive strength: 8 MPa (after four hours); 21 MPa (after 24 hours); 35 MPa (after seven days); 51 MPa (after 28 days).Chloride ions: <0.05%.Carbonation resistance: Pass.Capillary water absorption: 0.4 kg/m² x h ^0,5.Adhesive strength: 2.8 MPa.Restrained shrinkage: 2.8 MPa.Fire rating (to EN 13501-1): Class A1.

Crystalline waterproofing slurry for concrete substrates. The slurry becomes part of the concrete, creating a waterproof layer inside the concrete, making it strong against negative water pressure. It also creates a reactive layer inside the concrete, allowing the structure to self-heal shrinkage cracks under contact with water.

Can be applied by brush, dry-shake or spray equipment.

Features and benefits:

  • Economic and easy to apply.
  • Rapid curing, eliminating the need for days of water curing and protection time.
  • Self-healing properties of up to 0.4 mm static cracks.
  • Open to foot traffic after four hours.
  • Extreme adhesive strength.
  • Shrinkage compensated – no spider-web cracking.
  • Resistance against aggressive media with a pH range of 3–12, and against soft water with low iron content.
  • Weathering and sulfate resistant.
  • Potable water approved.

Applications:

  • Waterproofing of basements, below-grade parking structures, potable water structures, sewage structures, and tunnels and pipelines.
  • Protection of dams and spill-ways.
  • Slab waterproofing (dry-shake application).
  • Elevator pits.

More about Velosit® CW 111:
As standard

Velosit® CW 111
 Manufacturer:
SURFASOLOGY.
  -Web:http://www.surfasology.com/.
  -Tel:+353 (0)1 832 10 05.
  -Product reference:
Velosit® CW 111.


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More about Velosit® CW 111: As standard

As standard

Technical characteristics:

  • Appearance: Grey powder.
  • Curing time: 3–4 hours water curing required in hot weather or very dry temperatures.
  • Density: 1.2 kg/L.
  • Substrate temperature: 5–35°C.
  • Water permeability (to EN 12390-8): 13 bar (positive and negative).
  • Flexural strength: 1 MPa (after four hours); 4 MPa (after 24 hours); 5 MPa (after seven days); 7 MPa (after 28 days).
  • Compressive strength: 8 MPa (after four hours); 21 MPa (after 24 hours); 35 MPa (after seven days); 51 MPa (after 28 days).
  • Chloride ions: <0.05%.
  • Carbonation resistance: Pass.
  • Capillary water absorption: 0.4 kg/m² x h ^0,5.
  • Adhesive strength: 2.8 MPa.
  • Restrained shrinkage: 2.8 MPa.
  • Fire rating (to EN 13501-1): Class A1.

Further Information

Literature:

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Contacts:

http://www.surfasology.com/

sales@surfasology.com

T: +353 (0)1 832 10 05

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