Constant exposure to natural elements has an adverse influence on building materials. The type, degree and rate of degradation depends on environmental conditions like heat, cold, rain radiation and chemical environments.
Water, however, remains the most destructive element in forms as diverse as wind driven rain, condensation, ground seepage through cracks, joints, porosity in substrates, terraces, chhajas, sloping roofs. Water contains many damaging substances which seep through the constructions gradually weakening them.
To create a barrier against water penetration, to resist the forces of the environment and protect the structure thereby increasing its life, CHEMISTIK has researched and formulated some of the most effective surface coatings.
CHEMISTIK surface coatings have the ability to resist a wide range of external stress: physical, chemical and extreme climatic conditions. Moreover, they are designed to conform to stringent standards of civil engineering and architectural technology. CHEMISTIK surface coatings have proven their mettle over a range of metal and masonry surfaces, significantly reducing maintenance costs.
Single-component, ready-to-use. Can be applied to damp surfaces. Excellent adhesion to all surfaces. Forms elastic, water-proof film. Resistance to temperatures around 80° to 90° C.
For waterproofing of terraces, parapet walls,rubberised wfc chhajas, AC/GI sheets, gutters, Mangalore tile roofs, roofing compound for bus roofs, car chassis etc.
Remove all existing treatments if any. Clean the surface of dust, loose particles, oils and grease.
Apply one coat of Chemistik Bitu Sealer as primer coat. Let it dry for 4-6 hours.
METHOD OF APPLICATION
Stir the contents thoroughly prior to use. Apply first coat of Chemistik RWPC Plus on prepared surface. Allow to dry for 8 hours or overnight. Apply second coat of Chemistik RWPC Plus.
The surface to be treated should be clean, dry and moisture free. Cannot be applied on damp surfaces. Working areas should be well ventilated, as the fumes of the evaporation of solvent should not be inhaled.