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Protective coating DUCOAT F100
sealingoutdoorfor walls

protective coating
protective coating
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Characteristics

Function
protective, sealing
Location
outdoor
Type of support
for walls, for concrete, for metal
Component
water-based, bituminous

Description

DUCOAT F 100 is thick emulsified anionic bitumen protective coating manufactured from high quality bitumen reinforced with superior type fiber. The special high quality product gives excellent adhesion to concrete and metal surfaces and forms a tough film upon drying. FEATURES AND BENEFITS Excellent reinforced damp proof protective coating. Forms a tough film upon drying. Penetrates and seals porous substrate. Resistant to dilute chemicals. Excellent adhesion to substrate. Seamless coating. Solvent free, no fire hazard. Water based & asbestos free, no health hazard. Non-flammable, non-explosive. Excellent adhesion on damp and dry surfaces. SPECIFICATION COMPLIANCE DUCOAT F 100 conforms to the requirement of ASTM D1227 and other relevant International Standards. QUALITY ASSURANCE AND WARRANTY Duproof is ISO 9001 Quality Assured Company, and DUCOAT F 100 carries a material warranty against any manufacturing defects. USES Reinforced damp proofing and protective coating for most cementitious building structures such as concrete, precast, light weight concrete structures, columns, non-potable water tanking systems, cellular walls etc,. METHOD OF APPLICATION(Substrate Preparation) 1. All substrate must be clean, free from dirt, dust, soil, grease, oil and other loose particles. Substrates that are very dry should be applied with a penetrative coating of DUPRIME E. If the concrete is very dry, dampen first with water. 2. Stir the emulsion thoroughly if stored for a long time.
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