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Tamoseal


Description: A portland cement based waterproofing material for concrete and masonry. Its formulation is similiar to concrete and becomes an integral part of the wall when properly applied. It fills and seals the pores and voids in the surface but still allows full breathing.

No.         Description
TAM TSG Gray
TAM TSW White 
Size
50 lb. bag, 48/pallet
Liquid:
H 1G7T 1 gal. pail, 6/ctn,
60 lbs.
H 5G7T  5 gal. pail, 50 lbs., 36/pallet 


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Application: Tamoseal waterproofs and decorates all masonry and concrete surfaces, interior and exterior, above and below grade. It may be effectively applied to concrete block, brick, stone, preacast concrete, formed concrete, stucco, cement plaster or any other properly prepared and structurally sound concrete and masonry surface. Typical applications include reservoirs, water tanks, tunnels, foundations, bridges, parapets, building walls or other surfaces subjects to water penetration. It is normally applied to the positive side but may be applied to the negative side when hydrostatic pressures are low.

Applicable Standards: Meets ASTM G-26. Weathermeter 6000 hours. No crazing, cracking, chipping or flaking. Light chalk and color change. No other deterioration.

Specifications: 72° F

Application Life:
30 min

Recoat Time:
12–24 hrs

Final Cure:
7 days

Compressive Strength
(ASTM C-109):
7 days       4,740 psi
28 days     6,810 psi

Flexural Strength
(ASTM C-348):
7 days       385 psi
28 days     890 psi

Tensile Strength
(ASTM C-190):
7 days       346 psi
28 days     410 psi

Coverage: First coat at 225 ft²/mixed 50 lb. unit.
Second coat at 450 ft²/mixed 50 lb.
unit.


 


 

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