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.

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Features & Benefits

  • Allow for flood testing in 2 hours at 70°F (21°C) or higher (Refer to cautions section for more information on curing)
  • Does not require the use of fabric (For gaps 1/8" (3 mm) or less see DS 663.5 for complete instructions)
  • Thin; only 0.020–0.030" (0.5–0.8 mm) thick when cured
  • Bonds directly to metal
  • PVC and ABS plumbing fixtures only
  • Anti-fracture protection of up to 1/8" (3 mm) over shrinkage and other non-structural cracks
  • “Extra Heavy Service” rating per TCNA performance levels (RE: ASTM C627 Robinson Floor Test)
  • Changes in color from a light sage to an olive green when cured
  • Equipped with anti-microbial technology to protect the treated article.
  • Rapid drying for a faster time to tile
  • Install tile
  • brick and stone directly onto membrane
  • Exceeds ANSI A118.10 and A118.12
  • IAPMO approved
  • Lighter color for ease of inspection
  • No solvents and non-flammable

Product Information

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. HYRO BAN is a single component self-curing liquid rubber polymer that forms a flexible, seamless waterproofing membrane. HYDRO BAN bonds directly to a wide variety of substrates.
  • Product #: 9255-XXXX-2
  • Packaging Sizes:
    Commercial Unit: 5 gal (18.9 L) pail liquid (36 commercial units/pallet)


    Mini Unit: 4 x 1 gal (3.8 L) pails of liquid packed in a carton (30 cartons/pallet)
  • Part of System: LATICRETE®
United States
Canada

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Installation Information

  • DS-663.5 Installation Instructions
  • TDS410 Spraying LATICRETE® Hydro Ban™

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Approvals, Certifications and Environmental

How to Use

Learn the proper way to use a wet film gauge when installing liquid waterproofing membranes.