TREMproof 201/60

Fluid-Applied, Elastomeric Waterproofing

TREMproof® 201/60 is a high-solids, VOC compliant, modified polyurethane waterproofing membrane. It is a one-part moisture-curing elastomer available in three viscosities: Self-Leveling (SL), Roller (R) and Trowel. (Trowel grade intended for detailing work only).

Basic Uses
  • TREMproof 201/60 is designed for use on backfilled walls, primarily on concrete and masonry.

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FAQ
  • What applications are TREMproof 201/60 suitable for?

    TREMproof 201/60 are suitable for backfilled walls, between slab and planter applications.

  • What viscosity grades are TREMproof 201/60 available in?

    S/L = Self-Leveling, R = Roller Grade, and T = Trowel Grade.

  • Can TREMproof 201/60 be applied in cold weather below 40°F (5°C)?

    TREMproof 201/60 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 201/60 can freeze while in the pail but it will make them both very difficult to apply to the substrate and will significantly increase cure times.

  • What is the advantage of combining a drainage mat with a below-grade waterproofing membrane?

    Use of a drainage mat reduces hydrostatic head pressure, affords protection to the membrane and better directs water to the perforated foundation drainage system. Combining a drainage mat with a Tremco below-grade waterproofing membrane typically qualifies for extended warranties. 

  • What ASTM specification does TREMproof 201/60 meet?

    TREMproof 201/60 meet or exceed all minimum performance requirements of ASTM C 836.

  • How long does the concrete have to be cured before TREMproof 201/60 can be applied?

    TREMproof 201/60 requires a minimum of 14 days, (moisture testing required), preferably 28 days. 

  • What is the typical minimum dry mil thickness requirement for TREMproof 201/60?

    60 mils.

  • Can TREMproof 201/60 be sprayed?

    Spraying of TREMproof 201/60 is not recommended.  If a sprayable membrane is preferred or required, TREMproof 260 may be a suitable alternative. Please consult with Technical Service.