What is the difference between Hydro Ban and hydro barrier?
The key difference is Hydro Barrier requires fabric to be used in all the corners and seams while Hydro Ban does not. There is also a color difference – Hydro Ban is sage color and will dry to an olive green color while Hydro Barrier is a light blue and will dry to a dark blue color.
What is Hydro Ban used for?
HYDRO BAN is a single component self-curing liquid rubber polymer that forms a flexible, seamless waterproofing membrane. It bonds directly to a wide variety of substrates. Equipped with Microban antimicrobial product protection to fight the growth of stain-causing mold and mildew on the waterproofing membrane.
Is Hydro ban water based?
HYDRO BAN Cementitious Waterproofing Membrane is a one component, polymer fortified, cement based waterproofing material that mixes with water.
Can you tile over hydro ban?
Tile can be installed on HYDRO BAN Sheet Membrane immediately after installation with LATAPOXY 300 Adhesive or any suitable tile installation mortar.
Can Hydro ban be painted?
HYDRO BAN® can be applied using a paint brush, roller or trowel. All areas must have two coats to ensure waterproofing capabilities. When using a paint roller, substrate will not show through HYDRO BAN if coated with 0.020 – 0.030″ (0.5 – 0.8 mm) of dried membrane.
How long does Hydro ban last?
Factory sealed containers of this product are guaranteed to be of first quality for two (2) years if stored at temperatures >32°F (0°C) and <110°f (43°c).>
Can you use hydro ban on plywood?
What substrates can LATICRETE 9235 Waterproofing Membrane and LATICRETE Hydro BanTM be directly applied to? Clean, structurally sound concrete, exterior glue plywood (interior only), masonry surfaces, gypsum wallboard (interior only), cement boards and cement plasters.
Can you use hydro ban on drywall?
A single 30-pound (13.6 kilogram) bag of Hydro Ban Cementitious Waterproofing Membrane covers 120 square feet at a maximum of 0.004 inch (1 millimeter) thickness when applied using two coats by brush, roller or spray application over interior and exterior concrete and masonry finishes, and over existing tile, drywall.
How long does laticrete take to dry?
Allow LATICRETE 9235 Waterproofing Membrane to cure for a minimum of 7 days at 70°F (21°C). Cooler temperatures require longer cure times. Allow the second coat of LATICRETE Hydro Ban liquid to dry to a uniform olive green color then allow two full hours cure at 70°F (21°C) prior to commencing the flood test.
How long does it take for Hydro Ban to dry?
Allow HYDRO BAN a minimum 2 hours cure at 70°F (21°C) prior to flood testing in these conditions. Protect from exposure to traffic or water until fully cured. HYDRO BAN will go from a light sage green to a darker olive green when fully cured. The second coat should not be applied until the first coat is fully cured.
What is hydro ban?
HYDRO BAN is a thin, load bearing waterproofing/crack isolation membrane that does not require the use of fabric in the field, coves or corners. HYDRO BAN is a single component self-curing liquid rubber polymer that forms a flexible, seamless waterproofing membrane. It bonds directly to a wide variety of substrates.
Where can hydro ban XP be used?
HYDRO BAN XP can be used for waterproofing and crack protection in a variety of interior and exterior spaces in residential, commercial and industrial settings. For use in indoor applications such as: steam showers and steam rooms, bathrooms, kitchens and food processing areas, countertops and facades.
Where can I use an outdoor waterproofing membrane?
For use in indoor applications such as: steam showers and steam rooms, bathrooms, kitchens and food processing areas, countertops and facades. Plus it’s a perfect exterior waterproofing membrane for swimming pools, fountains/water features, spas and hot tubs, terraces and balconies (over unoccupied spaces).
What does Microban do for waterproofing membranes?
It bonds directly to a wide variety of substrates. Equipped with Microban antimicrobial product protection to fight the growth of stain-causing mold and mildew on the waterproofing membrane. Learn the proper way to use a wet film gauge when installing liquid waterproofing membranes.