Acryl Seal is a liquid-applied waterproofing acrylic usually re-inforced with an acrylic membrane to provide a seamless waterproofing system.
All types of flashings
Tops of parapet walls
Waterproofing of Corrugated Iron and IBR roofs
Excellent weathering properties
Tough and flexible
Application of the Acrylseal system is simple. However, before starting, one should ensure that the area to be waterproofed is sound, stable, and free of detritus, oil, or any other substance that may prevent the system from achieving a good bond to the substrate. Acryl Seal should not be applied if rain is imminent.
Iron and steel surfaces should be primed using a suitable corrosion-resistant etch primer. All other surfaces can be primed using Acryl Seal diluted 1:1 with water.
When using membrane, a generous first coat should be applied to the substrate using a brush or roller. The membrane should then be bedded into the wet coat, taking care to remove all air pockets and creases. Overlaps should be a minimum of 50mm. Apply a further coat to the membrane and allow to become “touch-dry” before applying a final coat.
2.5sqm per litre when used with membrane
Uncured Acryl Seal can be removed with water. Once cured, Acryl Seal can only be removed mechanically.
Full instructions can be obtained from Safeguard. Tel: 011 708 3603 or 021 982 5131