Hampshire, IL – W. R. MEADOWS has recently added CLAY-TITE, a dual layer waterproofing membrane consisting of virgin HDPE and sodium bentonite, and a protective layer consisting of a non-woven polypropylene, to its vast line of construction products. The HDPE in CLAY-TITE provides the first layer of waterproofing while the bentonite’s self-sealing capabilities ensure puncture protection under hydrostatic conditions. The additional of polypropylene fabric protects the bentonite on the job site and from direct shotcrete installation.
Designed for use below-grade, CLAY-TITE can be used in both vertical and horizontal applications. CLAY-TITE is an outstanding choice for tough and durable waterproofing, even when used in high water head conditions. It self-seals under hydrostatic environments and can be installed in all weather conditions on green or damp surfaces.
“The addition of CLAY-TITE to our waterproofing line offers our customers a waterproofing option that is based on bentonite clay,” says Glenn Tench, Director of Marketing for W. R. MEADOWS. “This is a first of its kind from W. R. MEADOWS.”
For more information on our newly released CLAY-TITE waterproofing product, visit wrmeadows.com/clay-tite-bentonite-waterproofing-membrane.