What is ® 2000
Eurathane® 2000 should be applied by roller or brush to obtain a continuous, unbroken film. Two coats are recommended, allowing the first to fully dry prior to application of the second. A dry film thickness of 1 mm to 1.2 mm is recommended over concrete and block surfaces.
Extremely porous substrates should be primed with Eurathane® primer prior to coating. Application must be made uniformly to avoid pin holed and repair them should they occur.
As with all waterproofing treatment, it is essential that Eurathane® 2000 is protected from mechanical damage during subsequent construction work or backfilling.
Eurathane® 2000 is resistant to frost, but adhesion may be impaired if applied to substrates that are frozen or frosted. Treatment should be avoided if temperatures are likely to fall below 5 °C during application. It should be applied at a rate of 0.75 l/m2/coat.
Surfaces on to which Eurathane® 2000 is to be applied should be dry, smooth, sound and free from honeycombs, protrusions, voids, laitance, dust, loose material, paint, oil, incompatible curing agent or and other contaminants. Blockwork should be smooth rendered and brickwork flush pointed.
|Solids content - weight||>85 %||ASTM D2369|
|Tack-free time @ 25 °C||12 h||-|
|Re-coat time @ 25 °C||12–24 h||-|
|Tensile strength||>1.2 N/mm²||ASTM D412|
|Shore A hardness||27||ASTM D2240|
|Water vapour transmission||30 g/m² · day||ASTM E96|
|Water absorption||2 %||DIN EN ISO 62|
|Adhesion to concrete||0.7 N/mm²||ASTM D903|
|Crack bridging||>2 mm||ASTM C836|
|Hydrostatic pressure resistance||0.65 N/mm2||ASTM D751|
|Recovery||94 %||ASTM D412|
|Flash Point||59 °C||-|