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COLPHENE® BARR Flashing SKU: W7531

COLPHENE® BARR Flashing SKU: W7531

COLPHENE BARR Flashing is a single component, 100% solids content, liquid applied, moisture curing elastomeric waterproofing membrane. COLPHENE BARR Flashing’s STPE moisture cure technology forms a continuous, tough elastic seal to the substrate that withstands extreme cold and high- temperatures without cracking or softening. COLPHENE BARR Flashing is ideal as a positive-side waterproofing for sealing foundations. It can also be used in between slab waterproofing, equipment wells, and other underground construction. In above grade applications, use COLPHENE BARR Flashing to waterproof planter boxes, sealing parapets, plaza decks, and green roof systems.

Product Properties

  • Installation Method 1 Part
  • Material Liquid
  • Technology STPE

Installation

COLPHENE BARR Flashing should be used in temperatures above 35°F (2°C.) Maintain COLPHENE BARR Flashing materials above room temperature before applying. Remove all dirt, oil, loose paint, water, frost and other contamination that can interfere with bonding. Form release residue and lime should be power washed and allowed to dry. COLPHENE BARR Flashing should be applied to a minimum thickness of 90 mils. Please refer to SOPREMA specifications and installation instructions for additional application guidelines prior to use.

 

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