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A 60 mil composite sheet type waterproofing membrane consisting of 4 mils of cross laminated polyethylene film bonded to 56 mils of rubberized asphalt (modified bitumen) with a silicone release liner. AQUA FLASH 1000 forms a heavy duty barrier against physical damage and water migration.

  • Features/Benefits
  • High temperature stability
  • Self-sealing
  • Self-Healing
  • High tensile strength

AQUA FLASH 1000 is used to waterproof both below and above grade; for wood, concrete, masonry

  • Foundation Walls
  • Tunnels
  • Earth Shelters
  • Plaza Decks, Parking Decks, Structural Concrete Decks
  • Split slab construction- above/below grade
  • Approved Insulating Foams

Application Summary:
All surfaces to be waterproofed must be smooth, dry, dust and frost free. New structural concrete must be cured a minimum of seven days. Lightweight structural concrete must be cured a minimum of fourteen days. AQUA FLASH PRIMER must be applied to all substrates which are to be waterproofed. See AQUA FLASH PRIMER application sheet/data sheet.

For horizontal surfaces; Apply AQUA FLASH 1000 to the primed substrate starting at the lowest point. Successive sheets of AQUA FLASH 1000 should overlap preceding sheets by 2.5 inches. Remove the silicone coated release tapes for uniform lap adhesion. The membrane sheet should be firmly rolled to ensure uniform and complete contact with the substrate.

For vertical surfaces; Apply AQUA FLASH 1000 in manageable sections (8 ft.). On wall over 8 ft., it may be necessary to overlap adjoining sections. If applicable, the upper section should overlap the lower section by at least 2.5 inches. On successive vertical sections, remove the silicone coated release tapes for uniform lap adhesion. Use a hand roller to secure membrane too substrate. Use reglet, termination bar or counter flashing if terminated on a vertical surface.

AQUA FLASH 1000 is to be applied when substrate and ambient temperatures are 25 degrees Fahrenheit or above.

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