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ALSAN® RS 260 LO FIELD SKU: L-RS050S

ALSAN® RS 260 LO FIELD SKU: L-RS050S

ALSAN RS 260 LO Field is a high performance, low odor, rapid-setting, polymethacrylate (PMA) liquid resin. ALSAN RS 260 LO Field is catalyzed with ALSAN RS catalyst powder and combined with ALSAN RS Fleece to form a flexible, monolithic, reinforced membrane.

Product Properties

  • Installation Method 2 Part
  • Material Liquid
  • Technology PMMA

Installation

Apply ALSAN RS 260 LO Field with a brush or roller. Prior to
application, refer to published specifications and approved details for complete application instructions. The applicator is responsible for ensuring conditions are appropriate to proceed with proper application methods.

 

Testing & Approvals

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