Elastoseal® TR

Elastoseal® TR

Elastoseal®TR is a high performance synthetic rubber-based membrane, designed to offer waterproofing to areas subjected to permanent immersion and internal pedestrian traffic. Elastoseal® TR used under screeds or toppings is capable of accommodating expected structural movement. When used in combination with a reinforcing fabric, exhibits outstanding toughness and resistance to puncture. VOC Content of Elastoseal® TR is below the maximum VOC Content for Architectural and Interior Sealants as required by Green Star Office Design V2, V3, Office Interiors V1.1, and APAS D181.

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  • Features & Benefits
  • Areas of Use

Features & Benefits

  • Suitable for collecting & storage of drinking water 
  • Suitable for pedestrian traffic 
  • High permanent elongation to accommodate thermal and structural movement 
  • Excellent crack bridging properties 
  • May be reinforced for increased puncture resistance 
  • Safe and easy to use 
  • Quick drying 
  • Excellent adhesion to substrates

Areas of Use

 

  • Roofs, gutters 
  • Podium deck areas 
  • Roof gardens 
  • Balconies and terrace areas 
  • Concrete, cement render 
  • Plywood & cement fibreboard 
  • Brick & light weight aggregate block 
  • Steel and aluminium

Warranties

Consistent with the 50 year history of Crommelin, our management team is committed to providing all customers with sound technical advice, innovative products and acceptance of responsibilities associated with our specifications and systems. Warranties of up to 15 years are issued following Quality Assurance procedures. They consist of tailored specifications, maintenance schedules and on site support. Please contact Crommelin for further information.

Projects

  • Hinduston Mills Development

    Hinduston Mills Development

    Elastoseal TR was used on the Hinduston Mills develpoment in 2011 as it is designed to offer long term UV and weather resistance to exposed areas.

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