QUICSEAL 104 is a two component, flexible cementitious waterproofing membrane consisting of a synthetic resin mixed with a blend of selected cement and well-graded fillers. When mixed, QUICSEAL 104 becomes a smooth slurry and is easily applied by brush, roller or suitable spraying equipment.
QUICSEAL 104 can be applied onto damp substrates. The cured membrane is flexible, durable and weather resistant and has excellent adhesion to most building substrates. Its unique chemical structure provides a breathable membrane that is permeable to water vapour and yet impermeable to water. QUICSEAL 104 is capable of bridging hairline cracks.
The substrates must be clean and sound, free of dust and loose particles. Laitance, oil, grease, mould release agents or curing compound must be removed from concrete surfaces by using wire brush, scabbler or other means. Ensure sufficient gradient to allow water to run off.
It is recommended that a cement & sand fillet be formed at all corners to receive the waterproofing membrane.
Prior to the application of the waterproofing membrane, dampen the substrate with water while ensuring that no free water is present on the surface.
In situations where the membrane is left exposed, QUICSEAL 113 Primer C is recommended to consolidate the substrate prior to application of QUICSEAL 104 waterproofing membrane.
Pour Part A (liquid) into a clean container. Slowly add Part B (powder) into the container and mix with a slow speed mechanical mixer until homogenous and lump free. Allow the mix to stand for 5 minutes and re-stir manually before use.
For horizontal and vertical surfaces, a roller, brush or spray gun, may be used to apply the slurry. Care must be taken to ensure that air is not entrapped in the membrane.
Apply the first coat of QUICSEAL 104 and allow it to dry. At the same time, ensure that all joints and corners are properly coated, preferable with a brush. Allow membrane to dry for approximately 2 hours before application of the second coat.
After applying the 2nd coat of waterproofing membrane, allow a minimum curing time interval of 12-72 hours before laying the screed and commencing ponding test. Should ponding test exceed 4 hours, a minimum curing time interval of 72 hours is recommended.
For exposed applications, QUICSEAL 718 Fibremesh should be incorporated. Apply the first coat of QUICSEAL 104 and immediately incorporate QUICSEAL reinforcing mesh. Apply subsequent coats at right angles to the last coat while ensuring ample coverage at all joints and corners. QUICSEAL 718 Fibremesh is also recommended at joints and corners where movement is expected.
Packing & Coverage
Pack size : 12 kg/set or 36 kg/set
Coverage : 0.85 kg/m2/coat
(Approx. 1.7 kg/m2 is required for 2 coat application, depending on site conditions) Wet film thickness : 0.7 + 0.1 mm/coat
The shelf life of QUICSEAL 104 is 12 months when stored unopened in a cool and dry place.
Health & Safety
Gloves and goggles should be worn. Any splashes to the skin or eyes should be washed off with clean water. In the event of prolonged irritation, seek medical advice. Powder products should be handled to minimize dust formation. Use a light mask if excessive dusting is unavoidable.