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Waterproof Wall Coat - WATERSTOP™ CP

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  • Waterstop CP is applied to a concrete basement wall to prevent water leaks.
  • Waterstop CP is applied to a concrete basement wall to prevent water leaks.
  • Premeasured components of Waterstop CP are packaged in a 5 gallon pail for easy application.
Price:
$250.00
Item#:
12002
Weight:
50.00 LBS
Shipping:
Calculated at checkout
   
 

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See how to apply WATERSTOP™ CP in the short video below:

FEATURES:--->BENEFITS:
Saves time --> Labor efficient formula
Bonds permanently --> For lasting effectiveness
Self Curing --> No special curing equipment or process needed
Freeze-thaw resistant --> Effectively battles temperature extremes
Impact resistant --> Not easily damaged while in use
Long lasting --> Special application skills not required. Apply with roller & brush

 

TYPICAL USES:

  • Apply over any concrete surface: precast, block, stucco and masonry
  • Use over stone and brick
  • Use on interior or exterior surfaces
  • Apply above or below grade
  • Use as base coat for other coatings
  • Eliminates water and dampness in below grade basements and storage areas 
 
 

Coverage:
42 sq. ft. at 1/8" applied by trowel. 85 sq. ft. at 1/16" applied by brush.
Cure Schedule:
@ 70F: 12-24 hours initial set.
Application Method:
Trowel, brush or roller
Packaging:
Pre-measured 5 gal kit for easy application; Components Include: 50 lbs powder
Product Info:
Material Safety:
Specified & Used By:
St Marys Lodge & Resort | Solutia Inc | Arizona Pipeline Construction | Fort Detrick DOA | PMC Specialties Inc | Town Of Somerset | Crown Cork & Seal | IQS Masterpiece Builders | Contour Metals | Federal Bureau of Prisons | Eichrom Technologies Inc
Customer Quotes:
"Used to prevent water from entering a below ground area in a theater." ~ Bob Fuson, City of Stockton