TREMproof® 260 Waterproofing Membrane is a polymer-enhanced, single-component, fluid-applied, asphalt emulsion, below-grade waterproofing membrane. It is available in both a spray and roller grade.
TREMproof 201/60, TREMproof 250GC and TREMproof 260 may be applied at temperatures below 40°F (5°), however, all substrates must be clean, dry and frost-free. It is Tremco’s best recommendation to apply products when substrate and ambient temperatures are at 40°F (5°) and rising. Please note the following when applying these products at temperatures below 40°F (5°).Special Note:
TREMproof 250GC and TREMproof 260 require a protection course. A TREMDrain drainage course may be an acceptable substitute or used as an add-on. TREMDrain DPI (drainage, protection and insulation board) is designed for use with TREMproof 260 and may be applied while the membrane is still tacky. The semi-rigid nature of the board acts as a protection course for the TREMproof 260 waterproofing membrane.
For between slab applications, only TREMproof 250GC, TREMproof 201/60, TREMproof 6100 Hot Rubberized Asphalt or Deckseal (Paraseal) should be used.
Tremco recommends using calcium chloride to break the TREMproof 260 emulsion at a mix ratio of 2% by weight with water. The recommended calcium chloride flake should be a 77% test CaCL2.
TREMproof 201/60 requires a minimum of 14 days, (moisture testing required), preferably 28 days. Paraseal, TREMproof 250GC and TREMproof 260 only require 24 hours following the removal of concrete form work.
Tremco's TREMproof 260 may be suitable for spraying vertical foundation walls only.
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