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Foundation Waterproofing Sheet Membrane

Common Product
MasterFormat 03 30 00 Cast-in-Place Concrete; 03 39 23 Membrane Concrete Curing; 07 00 00 Thermal and Moisture Protection; 07 10 00 Dampproofing and Waterproofing; 07 13 00 Sheet Waterproofing; 07 13 26 Self-Adhering Sheet Waterproofing

This information reflects our best understanding of product composition in 2021.

Sheet membranes are commonly used to waterproof below grade structures such as foundations, though may also be used to waterproof tunnels, earth shelter structures, split-slab construction, and decks. The main advantage of sheet membranes, as...

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Sheet membranes are commonly used to waterproof below grade structures such as foundations, though may also be used to waterproof tunnels, earth shelter structures, split-slab construction, and decks. The main advantage of sheet membranes, as opposed to cementitious waterproofing or liquid applied membranes, is their consistent thickness. These membranes also have good elongation and flexibility to move with the building. The most common sheet membranes are self-adhering rubberized asphalt membranes. They are comprised of a polymer film laminated to a rubberized asphalt adhesive which is covered by a release liner for peel-and-stick application. The membrane comes in a roll and can be applied horizontally or vertically. A primer is required on concrete prior to application of the membrane. Once the membrane is applied, it must be rolled with a hand roller to ensure a complete bond to the substrate. Some products have a selvage edge of asphalt adhesive to aid in sealing between sheets, but in order to ensure continuity, sheets must be overlapped by a minimum of 2-3 inches and the seams rolled to ensure adhesion. Some products may require additional sealing at corners or edges or additional protection from damage. Care must be taken not to damage the membrane during backfill.

A historical version of this CP is available here: https://pharosproject.net/common-products/2214301.

Name % Weight Whole Function GS Score Sources
Asphalt
8052-42-4
62.51% Water Resistance Subscribe to view
Limestone
1317-65-3
11.17% Filler Subscribe to view
Styrene Butadiene Rubber (Benzene, ethenyl-, polymer with 1,3-butadiene)
9003-55-8
8.93% Elastomer Subscribe to view
DISTILLATES (PETROLEUM), HYDROTREATED (MILD) HEAVY NAPHTHENIC (9CI)
64742-52-5
8.93% Process Oil Subscribe to view
Quartz
14808-60-7
0.67% Residual Subscribe to view
Hydrogen sulfide
7783-06-4
0.01% Residual Subscribe to view
BENZO(E)PYRENE
192-97-2
<0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
TRIPHENYLENE
217-59-4
<0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
Perylene
198-55-0
<0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
Naphthalene
91-20-3
<0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
BENZO[G,H,I]PERYLENE
191-24-2
<0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
PHENANTHRENE
85-01-8
<0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
dibenzanthracene
414-29-9
<0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene
193-39-5
<0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
Benzo(a)pyrene
50-32-8
<0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
Chrysene
218-01-9
<0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
Pyrene
129-00-0
<0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
BENZ[A]ANTHRACENE
56-55-3
<0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
BENZOFLUORANTHENE
56832-73-6
<0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
FLUORANTHENE
206-44-0
<0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
Fluorene
86-73-7
<0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
ACENAPHTHENE
83-32-9
<0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
CORONENE
191-07-1
<0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
ANTHRACENE
120-12-7
<0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
ANTHANTHRENE
191-26-4
<0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
Polyethylene
9002-88-4
5.93% Polymer Subscribe to view
Carbon black
1333-86-4
0.11% Pigment Subscribe to view
Cellulose, microcrystalline
9004-34-6
1.39% Cellulose Fiber Subscribe to view
Calcium carbonate
471-34-1
0.10% Filler Subscribe to view
Titanium dioxide
13463-67-7
0.03% Filler Subscribe to view
Starch
9005-25-8
0.01% Sizing Agent Subscribe to view
Aluminum sulfate anhydrous
10043-01-3
0.01% Sizing Agent Subscribe to view
Polyethylene
9002-88-4
0.19% coating Subscribe to view
Dimethicone
9016-00-6
0.01% Polymer Subscribe to view
Stannous 2-ethylhexanoate
301-10-0
<0.01% Catalyst Subscribe to view
Octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane
556-67-2
<0.01% Residual monomer Subscribe to view
Name % Weight Part % Weight Whole Function GS Score Sources
Rubberized Asphalt Adhesive
92.21% 92.21% Water resistance Subscribe to view
Asphalt
8052-42-4
(Nested within Rubberized Asphalt Adhesive)
67.79% 62.51% Water Resistance Subscribe to view
Limestone
1317-65-3
(Nested within Rubberized Asphalt Adhesive)
12.11% 11.17% Filler Subscribe to view
Styrene Butadiene Rubber (Benzene, ethenyl-, polymer with 1,3-butadiene)
9003-55-8
(Nested within Rubberized Asphalt Adhesive)
9.68% 8.93% Elastomer Subscribe to view
DISTILLATES (PETROLEUM), HYDROTREATED (MILD) HEAVY NAPHTHENIC (9CI)
64742-52-5
(Nested within Rubberized Asphalt Adhesive)
9.68% 8.93% Process Oil Subscribe to view
Quartz
14808-60-7
(Nested within Rubberized Asphalt Adhesive)
0.73% 0.67% Residual Subscribe to view
Hydrogen sulfide
7783-06-4
(Nested within Rubberized Asphalt Adhesive)
0.01% 0.01% Residual Subscribe to view
Residual PAHs in Asphalt
(Nested within Rubberized Asphalt Adhesive)
<0.01% <0.01% Residual Subscribe to view
BENZO(E)PYRENE
192-97-2
(Nested within Residual PAHs in Asphalt)
14.61% <0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
TRIPHENYLENE
217-59-4
(Nested within Residual PAHs in Asphalt)
12.49% <0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
Perylene
198-55-0
(Nested within Residual PAHs in Asphalt)
11.34% <0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
Naphthalene
91-20-3
(Nested within Residual PAHs in Asphalt)
10.57% <0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
BENZO[G,H,I]PERYLENE
191-24-2
(Nested within Residual PAHs in Asphalt)
9.23% <0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
PHENANTHRENE
85-01-8
(Nested within Residual PAHs in Asphalt)
8.84% <0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
dibenzanthracene
414-29-9
(Nested within Residual PAHs in Asphalt)
6.34% <0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene
193-39-5
(Nested within Residual PAHs in Asphalt)
4.61% <0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
Benzo(a)pyrene
50-32-8
(Nested within Residual PAHs in Asphalt)
4.23% <0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
Chrysene
218-01-9
(Nested within Residual PAHs in Asphalt)
3.84% <0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
Pyrene
129-00-0
(Nested within Residual PAHs in Asphalt)
3.46% <0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
BENZ[A]ANTHRACENE
56-55-3
(Nested within Residual PAHs in Asphalt)
2.56% <0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
BENZOFLUORANTHENE
56832-73-6
(Nested within Residual PAHs in Asphalt)
2.31% <0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
FLUORANTHENE
206-44-0
(Nested within Residual PAHs in Asphalt)
1.58% <0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
Fluorene
86-73-7
(Nested within Residual PAHs in Asphalt)
1.54% <0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
ACENAPHTHENE
83-32-9
(Nested within Residual PAHs in Asphalt)
1.35% <0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
CORONENE
191-07-1
(Nested within Residual PAHs in Asphalt)
0.77% <0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
ANTHRACENE
120-12-7
(Nested within Residual PAHs in Asphalt)
0.27% <0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
ANTHANTHRENE
191-26-4
(Nested within Residual PAHs in Asphalt)
0.08% <0.01% Impurity Subscribe to view
Polymer Film
6.04% 6.04% Water resistance Subscribe to view
Polyethylene
9002-88-4
(Nested within Polymer Film)
98.23% 5.93% Polymer Subscribe to view
Carbon black
1333-86-4
(Nested within Polymer Film)
1.77% 0.11% Pigment Subscribe to view
Polyethylene-Coated Release Paper
1.75% 1.75% Anti-adhesive agent Subscribe to view
Kraft Paper
(Nested within Polyethylene-Coated Release Paper)
88.28% 1.54% Subscribe to view
Cellulose, microcrystalline
9004-34-6
(Nested within Kraft Paper)
90.00% 1.39% Cellulose Fiber Subscribe to view
Calcium carbonate
471-34-1
(Nested within Kraft Paper)
6.67% 0.10% Filler Subscribe to view
Titanium dioxide
13463-67-7
(Nested within Kraft Paper)
2.00% 0.03% Filler Subscribe to view
Starch
9005-25-8
(Nested within Kraft Paper)
0.67% 0.01% Sizing Agent Subscribe to view
Aluminum sulfate anhydrous
10043-01-3
(Nested within Kraft Paper)
0.67% 0.01% Sizing Agent Subscribe to view
Polyethylene
9002-88-4
(Nested within Polyethylene-Coated Release Paper)
10.89% 0.19% coating Subscribe to view
Release Coating
(Nested within Polyethylene-Coated Release Paper)
0.83% 0.01% Subscribe to view
Dimethicone
9016-00-6
(Nested within Release Coating)
95.53% 0.01% Polymer Subscribe to view
Stannous 2-ethylhexanoate
301-10-0
(Nested within Release Coating)
3.99% <0.01% Catalyst Subscribe to view
Octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane
556-67-2
(Nested within Release Coating)
0.48% <0.01% Residual monomer Subscribe to view

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HBN Resources (1)

HBN Resources for Product
TYPE TITLE
Report Optimizing Recycling: Criteria for Comparing and Improving Recycled Feedstocks in Building Products

Sources

Sources for Common Product Data
Source Uploaded Document Linked Document
3M liners
3M Patent
3M patent
3M TDS
3MNonSilicone_SDS
3MNonSilicone_SDS
Abby
AsphaltInst
Barksdale
Bioresources
Burroughs
Carbide
Cargill
CCW_web
CCWMiraDRI_SDS
CCWMiraDRI_TDS
CetcoEnvirosheet_LEED
CetcoEnvirosheet_PDS
CetcoEnvirosheet_SDS
CetcoEnvirosheet_TDS
CetcoEnvirosheet_web
ChemID_CyanamerP250
Cor-Pak
D4 Env Canada
Deiss
DoerkenDeltathene_SDS
DoerkenDeltathene_web
ECHA Restriction Report - D4-D5-D6
EPA
EvansPatent_2018
EvansPatent_2018
Fortfiber
GaidisPatent_1992
Goyo
GraceBituthene_SDS
GraceBituthene_web
HenryBlueskin_Declare
HenryBlueskin_HPD
HenryBlueskin_LEED
HenryBlueskin_TDS
HenryBlueskin_web
HurstPatent_1975
Hydragloss SDS
HydrotechVM60_PDS
HydrotechVM60_SDS
HydrotechVM60_TDS
Int J Mol Sci.
International Paper SDS
Kenji
Kraft MSDS
Kraft Pulp
Kraton1101_SDS
Loparex
MarFlexArmorSheet600_PDS
MarFlexArmorSheet600_SDS
MarFlexArmorSheet600_web
MBK
MeadowsMelRol_SDS
MeadowsMelRol_web
Metatin
mfm_SDS
mfm_TDS
mfm_web
Minnesota
MSHA
NIH
NPS
Polycoated
Polyguard650_HPD
Polyguard650_PDS
Polyguard650_SDS
Polyguard650_web
PPM
ResistoSAmembrane_SDS
ResistoSAmembrane_TDS
ResistoSAmembrane_web
RobertsPatent_1988
Rock
Rock
SamanataPatent_2012
Sappi
Scapa
Scott
SikaBit60_PDS
SikaBit60_SDS
Single
SiSiB
Solutia
SopremaColphene3000_HPD
SopremaColphene3000_PDS
SopremaColphene3000_web
Specialty
Specialty Minerals
Structured
Sylvester
Tamko_SDS
Tamko_TDS
Tamko_web
TarcoLeakBarrier_PDS
TarcoLeakBarrier_SDS
VosunChem_ArosurfAA60
Wagner
WestRock
WiercinskiPatent_2010
YamamotoPatent_2011
YamamotoPatent_2011
YorkSeal_HPD_Expired
YorkSeal_SDS
YorkSeal_TDS