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Historical: Foundation Waterproofing Sheet Membrane - 2015

Common Product
MasterFormat 03 30 00 Cast-in-Place Concrete; 03 39 23 Membrane Concrete Curing

This information reflects our best understanding of product composition in 2015.

Below grade waterproofing products range from cementitious waterproofing to liquid applied membranes to sheet membranes. The main advantage of sheet membranes is their consistent thickness. These membranes also have good elongation and flexibility...

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Below grade waterproofing products range from cementitious waterproofing to liquid applied membranes to sheet membranes. The main advantage of sheet 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. These products are often used to waterproof foundations and other below grade structures. They are comprised of a rubberized asphalt adhesive which is laminated to a polyethylene film, with a release liner applied to the adhesive side. The membrane comes in roll form 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.

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Name % Weight Whole Function GS Score Sources
Asphalt
8052-42-4
46.41% waterproofing Subscribe to view
Limestone
1317-65-3
21.10% filler Subscribe to view
Styrene Butadiene Rubber (Benzene, ethenyl-, polymer with 1,3-butadiene)
9003-55-8
10.97% elastomer Subscribe to view
DISTILLATES (PETROLEUM), HYDROTREATED (MILD) HEAVY NAPHTHENIC (9CI)
64742-52-5
8.44% process oil Subscribe to view
Cellulose, microcrystalline
9004-34-6
6.01% Cellulose Fiber Subscribe to view
Calcium carbonate
471-34-1
0.45% Filler Subscribe to view
Titanium dioxide
13463-67-7
0.13% Filler Subscribe to view
Starch
9005-25-8
0.04% Sizing Agent Subscribe to view
Aluminum sulfate anhydrous
10043-01-3
0.04% Sizing Agent Subscribe to view
Dimethicone
9016-00-6
0.08% 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
Polyethylene
9002-88-4
6.30% waterproofing/ support membrane Subscribe to view
Carbon black
1333-86-4
0.03% pigment Subscribe to view
Name % Weight Part % Weight Whole Function GS Score Sources
Historical: Rubberized Asphalt Adhesive - 2015
86.92% 86.92% Subscribe to view
Asphalt
8052-42-4
(Nested within Historical: Rubberized Asphalt Adhesive - 2015)
53.40% 46.41% waterproofing Subscribe to view
Limestone
1317-65-3
(Nested within Historical: Rubberized Asphalt Adhesive - 2015)
24.27% 21.10% filler Subscribe to view
Styrene Butadiene Rubber (Benzene, ethenyl-, polymer with 1,3-butadiene)
9003-55-8
(Nested within Historical: Rubberized Asphalt Adhesive - 2015)
12.62% 10.97% elastomer Subscribe to view
DISTILLATES (PETROLEUM), HYDROTREATED (MILD) HEAVY NAPHTHENIC (9CI)
64742-52-5
(Nested within Historical: Rubberized Asphalt Adhesive - 2015)
9.71% 8.44% process oil Subscribe to view
Release Liner
6.75% 6.75% Subscribe to view
Kraft Paper
(Nested within Release Liner)
98.84% 6.67% Subscribe to view
Cellulose, microcrystalline
9004-34-6
(Nested within Kraft Paper)
90.00% 6.01% Cellulose Fiber Subscribe to view
Calcium carbonate
471-34-1
(Nested within Kraft Paper)
6.67% 0.45% Filler Subscribe to view
Titanium dioxide
13463-67-7
(Nested within Kraft Paper)
2.00% 0.13% Filler Subscribe to view
Starch
9005-25-8
(Nested within Kraft Paper)
0.67% 0.04% Sizing Agent Subscribe to view
Aluminum sulfate anhydrous
10043-01-3
(Nested within Kraft Paper)
0.67% 0.04% Sizing Agent Subscribe to view
Release Coating
(Nested within Release Liner)
1.16% 0.08% Subscribe to view
Dimethicone
9016-00-6
(Nested within Release Coating)
95.53% 0.08% 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
Historical: High Density Polyethylene Cross-Laminated Film - 2015
6.33% 6.33% Subscribe to view
Polyethylene
9002-88-4
(Nested within Historical: High Density Polyethylene Cross-Laminated Film - 2015)
99.50% 6.30% waterproofing/ support membrane Subscribe to view
Carbon black
1333-86-4
(Nested within Historical: High Density Polyethylene Cross-Laminated Film - 2015)
0.50% 0.03% pigment 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 TDS
3MNonSilicone_SDS
3MNonSilicone_SDS
Abby
Appendix B
Asphalt Institute
Barksdale
Bioresources
Bituthene
Bituthene 2
Bituthene TDS
Blueskin
Blueskin TDS
Burroughs
Carbide
Carbon black
Cargill
Chroma
Colphene
Colphene TDS
D4 Env Canada
ECHA Restriction Report - D4-D5-D6
Envirosheet
Envirosheet TDS
EPA
EvansPatent_2018
EvansPatent_2018
Fortfiber
Goyo
Grace patent
HydroGard
HydroGard TDS
Int J Mol Sci.
International Paper SDS
Kenji
Kraft MSDS
Kraft Pulp
Loparex
Mel-Rol
Mel-Rol web
Metatin
MiraDri
MiraDri TDS
MSHA
NIH
NPS
Owens
PolyGuard
PolyGuard Patent
PolyGuard Spec
PolyGuard TDS
PPM
Rock
Rock
Sappi
Scott
SikaBit
SikaBit brochure
SikaBit TDS
SiSiB
Specialty
Specialty Minerals
SubSeal
SubSeal 60 TDS
TW-60
TW-60 TDS
VM60
VM60 TDS
WestRock
WR Meadows
YamamotoPatent_2011
YamamotoPatent_2011