membrane waterproofing[′mem‚brān ′wȯd·ər‚pru̇f·iŋ]
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.
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A membrane applied to a surface to make it impervious to water.
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