Single Component Flexible Waterproofing Slurry
CEMCOAT is a flexible, hydraulically setting, Sulphate resistant waterproofing slurry that can be applied as a crack-bridging waterproofing coating for indoor and outdoor areas of buildings. CEMCOAT as a single component dry mix mortar can be mixed on site with water to form a ready-to-use waterproofing slurry.
CEMCOAT is supplied in paper bags of 20 kg.
Consumption: 1.7 kg/m² for 1 mm thickness.
CEMCOAT should be stored under cover away from extreme heat or direct sunlight or frost. Shelf life is 12 months if stored properly.
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|Shore D Hardness||
|Vapor Permeability (ASTM E96)||
|Tensile Adhesion Strength (BS EN 14891)||
> 2 N/mm²
|Resistance to Hydrostatic Pressure at 1.5 bar (BS EN 14891)||
|Water Suitability (BS 6920)||
> 30 min
|Application temperature / Service Temperature||
+5ºC to +35ºC / -5ºC to +80ºC
|Open to water exposure||
after 7 days
|Can be covered (plaster, tiles, etc.)||
after 24 hours
Shrinkages and non-moving structural cracks less than 0.3mm shall be filled with a pre-treatment strip of CEMCOAT directly bridging over the crack.
Static cracks that are greater than 0.3mm shall be repaired by chiseling the crack into a V-shape, to a depth and width of 25mm and priming it with PRIMER A18 followed by the application of Colmef cementitious repair material.
Voids and honeycombs shall be patched with BETOFINISH C, a single component polymer modified fairing coat, allowing the area to cure before applying
Right angle bends
All right angle bends must have a coving detail installed. In areas where parapet walls, columns, pipe penetrations are present, a 45° coving fillet shall be made at all corners using BETOCEM FIBER, a Fiber reinforced shrinkage controlled mortar for concrete repair to the water saturated cured surface.
All other angles, joints, protrusions and stress joints should be pre-treated with a heavy application of CEMCOAT.
Expansion and movement joints should be sealed with ELASTOSEAL PU, a Polyurethane sealant. Allow to cure before the application of CEMCOAT.
Highly porous concrete or concrete containing microsilica will require priming with PRIMER A18, from Colmef, a synthetic, high penetrating primer.
The primer shall be applied at a rate of 5-6 m²/L and left to achieve a tack-free condition before applying the top coat. A second coat of primer may be
required if the substrate is excessively porous.
Mix 20 kg of CEMCOAT (1 bag) with approximately 6.0 to 6.5 liters water. Mix until a uniform, lump-free and slurry grade mortar is obtained. The mixture
should not contain any residue of dry powder. For best results an electric drill mixer (approximately 400rpm) with attached stirrer should be used. Let
the mixture rest for about 5 minutes, and remix again shortly before application.
CEMCOAT can be applied with a roller, brush or with a spraying machine. For specified method application, contact Colmef Technical Department.
For positive pressure waterproofing in application such as waterproofing in swimming pools, reservoirs, foundations, basements from outside, etc, the
waterproofing is carried out with at least 2 fullsurface applications (3 applications in the case of water under pressure).
The first coat of CEMCOAT must always be applied by brush. It must be applied intensively to provide saturation coverage and a closed surface (consumption approx. 1.7 kg/m² for 1 mm thickness).
The second coat can be applied minimum after 6 – 8 hours at +25ºC. The consumption should not exceed 1.7 kg/m² per coat to guarantee crack free drying of the waterproofing layer. Do not apply CEMCOAT to frozen substrates, in frost or at high temperatures (substrates temperature should be less than +35ºC).
On substrates that are exposed to movements and deformation or where cracks are expected, reinforcing glass fibre mesh shall be spread into the first coat of CEMCOAT before applying adhesives. Tiling or finished floor installations should be carried out as soon as possible after full cure of membrane is
Curing and Protection
Surfaces treated with CEMCOAT must be kept damp and must be protected from the drying action of direct sunlight for a minimum period of 3 days after application.
Protect all treated surfaces from wind and frost, by covering with plastic sheeting, damp hessian or equivalent.
All tools should be cleaned with water Cured material can only be removed mechanically.
The surface of the concrete shall be sound, clean and uncontaminated.
This preparation shall be such as to leave a sound exposed concrete surface free from dust, loose particles and any deleterious matter. If the concrete
surface is defective or has laitance, it must be cut back to a sound base.
Moss and lichen must be removed physically followed by treatment with fungicidal wash. After treatment, it must be washed down thoroughly with clean water.
In addition, make sure that all surfaces must be damp but not totally wet before progressing the work.
While CEMCOAT is non-toxic, skin and eye contact should be avoided.
Use gloves, protective creams and goggles to avoid the contact with eyes and skin.
In case of skin contact clean immediately with a resin removing cream, followed by soap and water. In case of contact with eyes, use clean water to wash the eyes and seek doctor medical attention immediately.
The information in this Technical Data Sheet is based on Colmef Monneli’s experience. Colmef Monneli does not accept any liability arising from the use of its products as it has no direct or continuous control over where or how its products are applied. All Colmef Monneli’s Data Sheets are updates on regular basis. It is the user’s responsibility to obtain the latest version.
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