Pure Polyurea is a new fast-track waterproofing system from TN International. This next-generation, solvent-free roof system has an excellent crack-bridging performance.
Pure Polyurea is the latest enhancement to TNi’s DacoShield PU cost-effective range of liquid roofing and waterproofing systemsDacoShield PU. These have recently been introduced into the global waterproofing specialists’ extensive portfolio.
DacoShield Pure Polyurea is a two-component, extra fast-curing system that is applied by hot mechanical spraying equipment to waterproof concrete structures such as roofs, podiums, balconies and terraces. More than 800 square metres can be applied in a single day. This provides an extremely fast-track solution, even in areas difficult to access.
The BBA approved elastomeric membrane has a Broof T4 fire classification, with a life expectancy of up to 60 years. As well as being solvent free and low-odour, it is also free of VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds).
DacoShield PU liquid waterproofing systems have been specially designed to offer specifiers, contractors and clients a fast-curing, highly durable waterproofing solution for both new-build and refurbishment applications.
The DacoShield PU range comes in a choice of finishes and a full range of accessories. It provides a highly flexible, aesthetically pleasing waterproofing option for Modern Methods of Construction.
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