Published: Jan 1976
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The uses of cold-applied fluid elastomeric membranes for waterproofing are discussed, particularly in comparison with other means of waterproofing. The features of the available types of membranes are discussed: coal tar/polymer, asphalt/polymer, rubberized asphalt, and emulsion membranes. Finally, a series of drawings show the optimum design features for the use of these membranes, including the details of preparation for application.
sealers, waterproofing, coatings, construction materials, rubber coatings
Senior scientist, Tremco, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio