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Use & Purposes

  • To Seal Joints

Highlights

General Information

ProTac is a self adhering waterproofing membrane used in conjunction with resurfacing and overlaying operations and in pipe/culvert bandage operations to seal joints.  It is comprised of a stress absorbing geotextile fabric that is combined with a rubberised bitumen to produce a composite membrane that bonds tenaciously to clean, dry surfaces.

ProTac is a versatile ‘strain alleviating fabric strip’ meeting client expectations and industry specifications providing the following benefits and applications for use.

Benefits of ProTac 

  • Quick and easy to install, self adhering
  • Reduces reflective cracking
  • Available in different roll widths
  • Robust product with a high elongation to allow flexibility
  • Stress relief and waterproofing in concrete and asphalt pavements

Application 

Applications include crack sealing of many surfaces prior to surface overlaying or backfilling in applications such as:-

  • Road surfaces
  • Lane widening joints
  • Other paved surfaces such as runways and carparks
  • Bridge decks and pipe / culvert joint sealing
  • Sealing of bridge girder joins prior to surfacing

For more information please refer to the Technical Document located on the right.

 




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