ULTRA STICK XLR is a self-adhesive waterproofing membranes are a composite of an impervious, cold applied Flexible laminated sheet consisting of a multi-layer, high density, cross laminated polyethylene film with a backing of self-adhesive rubber compound protected with a silicon coated release film and Reinforced with fiber glass carrier.
ULTRA STICK XLR membranes are generally used as water- proofing or damp proofing membranes intended for concrete protection. It may be used for horizontal and vertical application and as a damp proof course for tanking below ground structures, subways and retaining walls.
REINFORCEMENT & SURFACE FINISH:
It is produced with 50 gm. /m2 FIBER GLASS, we have two types surface (HDPE & AL) AL is a high performance roofing membrane surfaced with reflective natural color slates to give maximum protection against UV radiation.
Surface preparation a smooth, regular and dry surface is always a must for good application. The substrate should be completely free of any protrusions or cavities. The presence of oily frost substances, or other moisture should be completely avoided. Apply OXIDIZED BITUMEN primer at a rate substance, or other moisture should be completely avoided
Apply OXIDIZED BITUMEN primer at a rate of 3 sq. m. per liter as a primer coat. The primer coat should be touch dry before the application of the membrane. Application the application temperature should be between 4 degree to 45 degree. The installation procedures are to be as Follows:
1. Unroll only the required length, and cut the piece to the desired shape and size.
2. Place the pieces of membrane on the area to be covered, and check whether they match with the Profile of the marked substrate.
3. Peel off the release film and carefully place the lap membrane so as to ensure a minimum of 75mm over and then smooth the membrane from the center to the edges in order to drive out entrapped air.
STANDARDS: T-ULTRA SEAL
High Resistance to positive water & vapor pressure.
Good dimensional stability under tension
High puncture and fatigue resistance
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