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Ardex WPM 368 20 Litre

Ardex WPM 368 20 Litre

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ARDEX WPM 368

ARDEX WPM 368 is a single component acrylic copolymer membrane that will prevent rising damp, efflorescence and will resist negative hydrostatic pressure when used in accordance with the technical data sheet. It has excellent adhesion to most substrates including brick, masonry, concrete block, concrete and stone.

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  • As a low water vapour transmission coating and as a barrier/seal coating over freshly laid or damp concrete.
  • As a hydrostatic pressure resistant waterproofing membrane to prevent water seepage or dampness penetration through to the interior of walls and floors.
  • As a waterproofing barrier on the negative side in below grade surfaces such as basements, tunnels, lift wells, retaining walls and carparks.
  • As a waterproofing membrane or barrier coating over freshly laid hardened (green) concrete, prior to the application of conventional levelling compounds, carpet and tile adhesives.
  • As a barrier seal coating over damp, green or efflorescence producing concrete prior to over coating with conventional building paints.
  • For use as a waterproof barrier prior to applying ARDEX floor levellers and tile adhesives.
  • Non-flammable and negligible odour.
  • Can be applied to damp surfaces.
  • Can be safely applied to freshly laid hardened (green) concrete.
  • When applied directly to the substrate (dual coat system) the cured membrane will withstand 250kPa of hydrostatic pressure which is equivalent to a 25 metre head of water.
  • Can be over coated using almost any decorative finishing paint.
  • Prevents rising damp and the formation of efflorescence when used as a dual coat system

Ardex WPM 368 20 Litre - Ardex WPM 368

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