Brush it On 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. Lightly dampen wall before applying second coat.

How do you mix Thoroseal waterproofing?

Blend the powder into the mixing liquid using a slow- speed mortar mixer (400 – 600 rpm). Mix until a thick, batter-like consistency is obtained. Leave the THOROSEAL to stand for 5 – 10 minutes to allow full saturation to take place. Re-mix, adding a small quantity of liquid if required, to restore the consistency.

How long does it take Thoroseal to cure?

Allow Thoroseal® Foundation Coating to cure 7 – 10 days before immersion in water.

How much Thoroseal do I need?

Using a solution of at least 1 part Acryl 60® diluted with 3 parts clean water, mechanically mix sufficient material to provide a consistency suitable for trowel application. 2. For an 80 lb (36 kg) bag of Thoroseal® Plaster Mix, use about 2 qts (1.9 L) of Acryl 60® diluted with 5 qts (4.7 L) of water.

What is super Thoroseal?

Super Thoroseal is a blend of Portland cements, selected aggregates and spray dried polymer modifying agents. The aggregates are carefully graded. When mixed with clean water to a slurry consistency, Super Thoroseal can be applied easily with a stiff hand brush, broom or spray equipment.

Can you spray Thoroseal?

Thoroseal® 550i can be applied by low-pressure spraying or hand troweling.

Does Thoroseal come in colors?

Coverage will vary depending on surface texture and porosity. White and standard gray (this color is not uniform) Custom and landscape colors are available for 5,000 lbs (2,268 kg) minimum order.

Is Thoroseal cementitious?

SuperThoroseal is a cementitious waterproofing intended for use on cement-based surfaces. Super Thoroseal is a blend of Portland cements, selected aggregates and spray polymer modifying agents. The best type of waterproofing for use on concrete surfaces is a cement-based material.

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.

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