How do you apply Thoroseal?
How do you apply Thoroseal?
Start at the top and work down. Use a tampico fiber brush to apply Super Thoroseal® in a thick coat, working the mixture into the pores of the surface for a good penetrating seal. Double back and use the brush to smooth out the material. Allow 12 hours between coats for drying time.
What type of waterproofing is Thoroseal?
Super Thoroseal, a superior solution that offers long-term protection, is a cementitious type of waterproofing in non-toxic formula. It can be used in all concrete structures like fish ponds, firewalls, basements, toilets and bathrooms, roof decks, and even concrete water tanks.
What is Thorocoat?
Thorocoat: A water-based high-build, 100% acrylic coating for above-grade concrete, masonry, stucco, and EIFS. It. waterproofs, protects, and decorates building exteriors while allowing them to breathe.
Is Thorocoat waterproof?
Thorocoat® 200 is a 100% acrylic, smooth waterproof coating designed for airless spray application.
How long does it take Thorocoat to dry?
DRYING TIME Times assume 70 °F (21 °C) and 50% relative humidity. To touch: 1–2 hours To recoat: minimum of 6 hours Lower surface or air temperatures and higher relative humidity will extend the drying time.
How long does it take Thoroseal to cure?
Allow Thoroseal® Foundation Coating to cure 7 – 10 days before immersion in water.
Can Thoroseal be tinted?
The two formulas differ for our purposes only in that Thoroseal is more expensive and can be dyed more easily to a desired color whereas Thoroseal Foundation coating is gray, and is suitable for use in situations where the desired hue is one of the darker shades: gray, brown, or black.
Can you paint over cementitious waterproofing?
A. Yes and no. DRYLOK® may be used over any other cementitious-type waterproofing paint in good, repaintable condition, either inside or outside. However, DRYLOK® cannot be used over an oil or latex-based paint on the inside of a building.
Is Thoroseal safe for drinking water?
It is also used in culvert tanks to seal the seam between the metal culvert and concrete base (after the concrete has been sealed with Thoroseal), and the spiraling seam of the culvert itself. It is USDA-approved and NSF-approved for potable water contact.
How long does cementitious waterproofing last?
It can be very expensive. And if you don’t have the right product, you may need to do it all again in 10 years. A cheap product might last 10 to 15 years. A quality PVC membrane might be a third more expensive but last up to 60 years, so there are incredible benefits long-term.”
Is Thoroseal toxic?
H335 May cause respiratory irritation. H372 Causes damage to organs (Lung) through prolonged or repeated exposure (inhalation). Precautionary Statements (Prevention): P280 Wear protective gloves and eye/face protection. P271 Use only outdoors or in a well-ventilated area.