ParaFlex-Sand feature

ParaFlex Kiln-dried Sand

DESCRIPTION
ParaFlex Kiln-dried quartz sand with a grain size of 0.4-0.8 mm for hand casting into the wet surface of the applied ParaFlex Primer.

SUITABLE APPLICATIONS
The substrate should be primed with ParaFlex Primer prior to the immediate broadcasting of the kiln-dried quartz sand into the wet ParaFlex primer.

Building Safely, CPA

Building Safely

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ReadySeal System

Liquid Applied Membrane Waterproofing

Flexible one component Silane-Terminated Polyether (STP) liquid applied waterproofing membrane for use in warm, cold, inverted and green roofs applications in flat roof, pitched roof, roof terrace, podium deck, balcony* and walkway* applications including protected zero fall specifications. Suitable for new and refurbishment roofing.

EshaPUR 95/25

DESCRIPTION
EshaPur 95/25 is a hot applied bituminous bonding solution for use on metal, concrete, stone or timber. Manufactured in the UK and consisting of Bitumen mixed with Blow Bitumen.

APPLICATION
The roof area to be covered must be dry and clean, free from dust, dirt, grease or any other material, which may impair adhesion. Structural repairs should be made where necessary.

Prime absorbent surfaces with EshaPrimer in accordance with its application instructions. Allow primer to dry thoroughly before EshaPur is applied.

EshaPur should be broken into small lumps and put into a thermostatically controlled bitumen boiler a piece at a time, adding a piece at a time until there is sufficient molten adhesive for the work in hand and the bitumen attains its normal working temperature of 240°C.  The use of a thermostatically controlled boiler helps minimise health and safety risks by ensuring the bitumen is not overheated. As with all bonding bitumen, do not heat above 260°C.

Traditional pour and roll methods for bonding built-up roofing should be used.

Only trained operatives should use hot bitumen. Always wear gloves and suitable personal protection equipment.