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COLPHENE® ICF SKU: D10126

COLPHENE® ICF SKU: D10126

COLPHENE® ICF is a self-adhered waterproofing membrane. COLPHENE ICF is composed of a high quality elastomeric styrene-butadiene-styrene (SBS) polymer-modified bitumen blend and a polyethylene woven composite facer. COLPHENE ICF is used for vertical and horizontal waterproofing of polystyrene (expanded or extruded) insulating concrete forms. The underside consists of a release film and self-adhesive bitumen layer for adhering to approved substrates.

Product Properties

  • Installation Method Self Adhered

Installation

COLPHENE ICF may be applied by peeling back the release film on the underside of the sheet and apply with hand pressure.

 

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