membrane waterproofing

membrane waterproofing

[′mem‚brān ′wȯd·ər‚pru̇f·iŋ]
(civil engineering)
Curing concrete, especially in pavements, by spraying a liquid material over the surface to form a solid, impervious layer which holds the mixing water in the concrete. Also known as membrane curing.

membrane waterproofing

A membrane applied to a surface to make it impervious to water.
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The 2,145-square foot flat concrete slab roof behind a decorative brick coping received a new asphalt membrane waterproofing system.
However, adhesion of membrane waterproofing to engineered wood deck sheathing tends to be more difficult and primers become key to successful adhesion.
For the new flat rooftop, the self-protected membrane waterproofing system is chosen due to the condition that it will be left expose to the external weather, both the rainwater and direct sunlight [1].
See for yourself how Krystol Internal Membrane Waterproofing Admixture completely waterproofs a concrete tank, constructed using Cemex concrete by Ali & Sons.
The external envelope construction tested comprised a steel deck with insulation and single-ply membrane waterproofing system.

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