New polyurethane waterproofer from CROMAR Building Products

  • 20 May 2015

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Designed for the waterproofing of walls, roofs and balconies, CROMAR ELASTATHANE 25 is a cold-applied, moisture-curing polyurethane can also be used to waterproof bridge decks and other commercial projects.

ELASTATHANE: polyurethane waterproofer

CROMAR’s ELASTATHANE is a rapidly curing, single component polyurethane waterproofer

As a high solids formation, it can provide adhesion to a range of surfaces; it also offers weather resistance and a high degree of elasticity when cured.

In addition to this, the polyurethane is a low odour product, enhancing its appeal.

CROMAR offers two primers: the first is for same day application of a single coat of ELASTATHANE, whilst the second must be applied the day after priming.

After application, the polyurethane is resistant to most domestic chemicals, along with detergents, sea water and oils.

Find out more about CROMAR ELASTATHANE 25

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