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DATA SHEET 7110-501
501 FOUNDATION COATING
501 FOUNDATION COATING solvent-type dampproofing is an asbestos-free, fibered and non-fibered asphalt compound containing an exclusive wetting agent to convert a naturally hydrophobic surface to a hydrophilic surface to assure proper coating adhesion. 501 FOUNDATION COATING is flexible and will span small holes and hairline cracks. The product will withstand temperature changes and will not crack under normal expansion and contraction.
501 FOUNDATION COATING solvent-type dampproofing is ideal for reducing dampness and moisture infiltration through foundation walls, parapets, fire walls, tanks, culverts, cisterns, and bridge abutments. The product is also applicable for stone-backing, above-grade cavity wall applications, and below-grade masonry wall dampproofing. 501 FOUNDATION COATING also helps to minimize internal structural damage from mildew and mold. With the addition of a reinforcing fabric, it can also be used as a waterproofing coating.
18.9 Litre (5 U.S. gallon) Pails
205 Litre (54 U.S. gallon) Drums
Coverage is 1.7 m²/L to 3.1 m²/L (80 ft.² -150 ft.²/U.S. gal.), depending on porosity of the surface.
0.93 kg/L (7.8 lb./U.S. gal.)
| 4 hours @ 21˚C (70ºF)|
Surface Preparation…All surfaces to be coated must be thoroughly cleaned of all scale, loose mortar, dust, rust, dirt, oil, grease, and other foreign matter. Use a wire brush, sandblast, or other methods in keeping with good construction practices. Before product application, fill voids, cracks, and holes in concrete with cement mortar and allow to dry. At temperatures below 4˚C (40˚F), use a prime coat of #600 asphalt primer, applied at a minimum rate of 4.1 m²/L (200 ft.²/U.S. gal.). Apply at least one coat of 501 FOUNDATION COATING at a minimum rate of 3.1 m²/L (150 ft.²/U.S. gal.). Do not apply in rain or when rain is threatening.
Backfilling should be done within 24 to 48 hours after application. Protect cured application from damage by using PROTECTION COURSE from W. R. MEADOWS. Prolonged exposure to ultraviolet sunrays should be minimized.
While still wet, material may be removed with mineral spirits. Once dried, the material can be removed with kerosene or petroleum naptha. Solvent manufacturer precautions should be adhered to when using a solvent for cleanup.
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Handle as a combustible product. Read and follow application information and precautions. Refer to Material Safety Data Sheet for complete health and safety information.
2004 MASTERFORMAT NUMBER AND TITLE
07 11 13 – Bituminous Dampproofing
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