Damp Seal

Damp Seal is an epoxy-based dampness protective coating over masonry, cementitious surfaces, wood, and metal. It is an ideal epoxy coating sealer for the protection of surfaces against moisture and corrosion. Damp Seal is ideal for areas with rising dampness of water from natural ground level.

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    Damp Seal is an epoxy-based dampness protective coating over masonry, cementitious surfaces, wood, and metal. It is an ideal epoxy coating sealer for the protection of surfaces against moisture and corrosion. Damp Seal is ideal for areas with rising dampness of water from natural ground level.

    ADVANTAGES

    • Applicable over a variety of surfaces.
    • Easy to apply.
    • Ideal for rising dampness surfaces.
    • Corrosion-resistant medium for metal

    TECHNICAL DATA

    Component Three:      Part A: Base
                     Part B: Hardener
                     Part C: Diluent
    Mixing Ratio Part A: 0.65 Parts
    Part B: 0.35 Parts
    Part C: 0.25 Parts
    Mixed Form Liquid
    *Pot Life @ 25°C 35 minutes ± 10 minutes
    *Gel Time @ 25°C 70 minutes ± 10 minutes
    *Drying time @ 25°C 4 to 5 hours
    *Full Cure 7 Days
    *Application temperature +5°C to 40°C
    Bond Strength 1.5 N / mm2
    Service Temperature +5°C to +70°C

    *Typical Results under laboratory conditions 

    SURFACE PREPARATION 

    All loose particles from the surface shall be cleaned prior to the application of the Damp Seal. Excessive rust over metal should be removed either via mechanical means or by using appropriate rust removing chemicals. For reinforced steel, it is important to check the thickness of the steel. Further reinforcement may be added if required. For areas of rising dampness, it is essential that the paint that has been flaked off should be thoroughly removed using an appropriate paint remover or proper sanding. No paint should be left onto the surface of the cemented plaster prior to the application of Damp Seal.

    PRODUCT PREPARATION 

    The mixing container should be uncontaminated, non-corrosive and clean, and free from any oil, dust, or impurities that may cause the product to be mixed improperly. Mix Part A with Part B in the appropriate ratio until a uniform mixture is obtained. Part C is a diluent and can be used to adjust the viscosity of the mixed material if difficulties in application take place. Part C should not be used in mixing and can be used to clean tools.

    APPLICATION 

    Damp Seal can be applied by spray, brush, roller, or flow coating. The solution can be applied directly to the dry, porous building material, adjacent surfaces such as doors, windows, and other non-absorbent surfaces should be masked before spraying to avoid contact with the impregnating solution. Typically, the solution is brushed or spray applied generously and evenly, and the second coat should be applied whilst the first is still wet. Large horizontal surfaces are usually applied by flooding the surface with the diluted solution of the product. The solution of Damp Seal can also be applied by dipping or brushing. The consumption of the material would vary greatly depending upon the surface porosity. Preliminary evaluation with regards to the coverage should be conducted.

    SHELF LIFE

    12 months from the date of manufacturing when stored under dry, sheltered warehouse conditions in original unopened packaging. Extreme temperature/humidity may reduce shelf life.

    PACKAGING

    Damp Seal is available in 1.25 KG Kits.
    Part A:             650g (Base)
    Part B:             350g (Hardener)
    Part C:             250g (Diluent)

    Note: Bulk packaging available upon request

    HEALTH & SAFETY

    Damp Seal is regarded as non-hazardous for transportation. Do not reuse containers and dispose of them as per local rules and regulations. Gloves and suitable masks can be worn during application. Please refer to the MSDS of the product for further health and safety information.

    Packaging

    1.25 KG


Product Description

Damp Seal is an epoxy-based dampness protective coating over masonry, cementitious surfaces, wood, and metal. It is an ideal epoxy coating sealer for the protection of surfaces against moisture and corrosion. Damp Seal is ideal for areas with rising dampness of water from natural ground level.

Damp Seal is an epoxy-based dampness protective coating over masonry, cementitious surfaces, wood, and metal. It is an ideal epoxy coating sealer for the protection of surfaces against moisture and corrosion. Damp Seal is ideal for areas with rising dampness of water from natural ground level.

ADVANTAGES

  • Applicable over a variety of surfaces.
  • Easy to apply.
  • Ideal for rising dampness surfaces.
  • Corrosion-resistant medium for metal

TECHNICAL DATA

Component Three:      Part A: Base
                 Part B: Hardener
                 Part C: Diluent
Mixing Ratio Part A: 0.65 Parts
Part B: 0.35 Parts
Part C: 0.25 Parts
Mixed Form Liquid
*Pot Life @ 25°C 35 minutes ± 10 minutes
*Gel Time @ 25°C 70 minutes ± 10 minutes
*Drying time @ 25°C 4 to 5 hours
*Full Cure 7 Days
*Application temperature +5°C to 40°C
Bond Strength 1.5 N / mm2
Service Temperature +5°C to +70°C

*Typical Results under laboratory conditions 

SURFACE PREPARATION 

All loose particles from the surface shall be cleaned prior to the application of the Damp Seal. Excessive rust over metal should be removed either via mechanical means or by using appropriate rust removing chemicals. For reinforced steel, it is important to check the thickness of the steel. Further reinforcement may be added if required. For areas of rising dampness, it is essential that the paint that has been flaked off should be thoroughly removed using an appropriate paint remover or proper sanding. No paint should be left onto the surface of the cemented plaster prior to the application of Damp Seal.

PRODUCT PREPARATION 

The mixing container should be uncontaminated, non-corrosive and clean, and free from any oil, dust, or impurities that may cause the product to be mixed improperly. Mix Part A with Part B in the appropriate ratio until a uniform mixture is obtained. Part C is a diluent and can be used to adjust the viscosity of the mixed material if difficulties in application take place. Part C should not be used in mixing and can be used to clean tools.

APPLICATION 

Damp Seal can be applied by spray, brush, roller, or flow coating. The solution can be applied directly to the dry, porous building material, adjacent surfaces such as doors, windows, and other non-absorbent surfaces should be masked before spraying to avoid contact with the impregnating solution. Typically, the solution is brushed or spray applied generously and evenly, and the second coat should be applied whilst the first is still wet. Large horizontal surfaces are usually applied by flooding the surface with the diluted solution of the product. The solution of Damp Seal can also be applied by dipping or brushing. The consumption of the material would vary greatly depending upon the surface porosity. Preliminary evaluation with regards to the coverage should be conducted.

SHELF LIFE

12 months from the date of manufacturing when stored under dry, sheltered warehouse conditions in original unopened packaging. Extreme temperature/humidity may reduce shelf life.

PACKAGING

Damp Seal is available in 1.25 KG Kits.
Part A:             650g (Base)
Part B:             350g (Hardener)
Part C:             250g (Diluent)

Note: Bulk packaging available upon request

HEALTH & SAFETY

Damp Seal is regarded as non-hazardous for transportation. Do not reuse containers and dispose of them as per local rules and regulations. Gloves and suitable masks can be worn during application. Please refer to the MSDS of the product for further health and safety information.