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LATICRETE ® Hydro Ban

LATICRETE Hydro Ban Waterproofing Membrane PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Rapid drying for a faster time to tile. LATICRETE Hydro Ban is a thin, load bearing Lighter color for ease of inspection. waterproofing/crack isolation membrane that DOES NOT Safe no solvents and non-flammable. require the use of fabric in the field, coves or corners. Very low VOC. LATICRETE Hydro Ban is a single component self-curing Install tile, brick and stone directly onto membrane. Refer to cautions section for more information on curing liquid rubber polymer that forms a flexible, seamless waterproofing membrane. LATICRETE Hydro Ban bonds directly to a wide variety of substrates. Suitable Substrates Concrete Application Concrete & brick masonry Interior and exterior. Cement mortar beds Swimming pools, fountains and water features. Cement plaster Shower pans, stalls and tub surrounds.

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1 LATICRETE Hydro Ban Waterproofing Membrane PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Rapid drying for a faster time to tile. LATICRETE Hydro Ban is a thin, load bearing Lighter color for ease of inspection. waterproofing/crack isolation membrane that DOES NOT Safe no solvents and non-flammable. require the use of fabric in the field, coves or corners. Very low VOC. LATICRETE Hydro Ban is a single component self-curing Install tile, brick and stone directly onto membrane. Refer to cautions section for more information on curing liquid rubber polymer that forms a flexible, seamless waterproofing membrane. LATICRETE Hydro Ban bonds directly to a wide variety of substrates. Suitable Substrates Concrete Application Concrete & brick masonry Interior and exterior. Cement mortar beds Swimming pools, fountains and water features. Cement plaster Shower pans, stalls and tub surrounds.

2 Gypsum wallboard*. Industrial, commercial and residential bathrooms Exterior glue plywood*. and laundries. Ceramic tile & stone**. Spas and hot tubs. Cement terrazzo**. Kitchens and food processing areas. Cement backer board**. Terraces and balconies over unoccupied spaces. Poured Gypsum Underlayment . * Interior applications only. Countertops and facades. ** If skim coated with a LATICRETE Latex Thin-Set Mortar. Steam rooms (when used in conjunction with a **Consult cement backer board manufacturer for specific installation recommendations vapor barrier). and to verify acceptability for exterior use. Interior use only. Follow TCNA Guidelines/ Methods: F200, RH111, RH122, F180. Advantages Packaging Allow for flood testing after 24 hours at 70 F.. (21 C) or higher 20 litre pail Does not require the use of fabric. Bonds directly to metal and PVC plumbing fixtures.

3 Colour - Light sage Thin; only " ( mm) thick when cured. Coverage Changes in color from a light sage to an olive Approximately 240-250sft per 20 ltr pail green when cured. Anti-fracture protection of up to 1/8" (3 mm) over Note: Coverage varies based on substrate texture & porosity, shrinkage and other non-structural cracks. and application technique. It is important not to over apply Extra Heavy Service rating per TCNA Hydroban and plan to achieve the above coverage. performance levels (RE: ASTM C627 Robinson Floor Test). Shelf Life Exceeds ANSI and Factory sealed containers of this product are guaranteed to be IAPMO approved. of first quality for two (2) years if stored indoors at 65-80 F. Contains Microban antimicrobial product (18- 26 C). protection. flood testing); flood test prior to applying tile or stone. Limitations Maximum amount of moisture in the concrete/mortar DO NOT bond to OSB, particle board, luan, bed substrate should not exceed 5 lbs/1,ooo ft2 (283.

4 Masonite or hardwood surfaces. g/s m2)/ 24 hrs per ASTM F-1869 or 75% relative Adhesives/mastics, mortars and grouts for ceramic humidity as measured with moisture probes. tile, pavers, brick and stone are not replacements During cold weather, protect finished work from traffic for waterproofing membranes. When a until fully cured. waterproofing membrane is required, use For white and light-colored marbles, use a white LATICRETE Hydro Ban . LATICRETE Latex Portland Cement Thin Set Mortar. Note: Surfaces must be structurally sound, stable For green and moisture sensitive marble, agglomerates and rigid enough to support ceramic/stone tile, and resin backed tile and stone use LATAPOXY 300. thin brick and similar finishes. Substrate deflection Adhesive. under all live, dead and impact loads, including Wet coat thickness is to " ( to mm).

5 Concentrated loads, must not exceed L/360 for per coat. Use a wet film thickness gauge to check thin bed ceramic tile/brick installations or L/480 thickness. for thin bed stone installations and L/600 for all Allow wet mortars/plasters (wall mud consistency) to exterior veneer applications where L=span length. cure for 72 hours at 70 F (21 C) prior to installing Do not use as a primary roofing membrane over LATICRETE Hydro Ban. Allow the LATICRETE Hydro Ban occupied space. a minimum 24 hours cure at 70 F (21 C) prior to flood Do not use over dynamic expansion joints, testing in these conditions. structural cracks or cracks with vertical differential Protect from exposure to traffic or water until fully movement cured. Do not use over cracks >1/8" (3 mm) in width. The LATICRETE Hydro Ban will go from a light sage Do not use as a vapor barrier (especially in steam green to a darker olive green when fully cured.)

6 The rooms). second coat should not be applied until the first coat is Do not expose unprotected membrane to sun or fully cured. All flood test times should be after the weather for more than 30 days. second coat is fully cured with no light sage areas Do not expose to negative hydrostatic pressure, showing. excessive vapor transmission, rubber solvents or ketones. TECHNICAL DATA. Must be covered with ceramic tile, stone, brick, concrete, screeds, terrazzo or other traffic-bearing Performance Properties finish. Use protection board for temporary cover. Physical Property Test Method LATICRETE Hydro Obtain approval by local building code authority Ban before using product in shower pan applications. 7-day Do not install directly over single layer wood ANSI Pass Hydrostatic Test floors, plywood tubs/showers/fountains or similar 7-day Breaking 265 300 psi constructs.

7 ANSI Strength ( MPa). Not for use beneath cement or other plaster 7-day Water 95 120 psi finishes. Consult with plaster manufacturer for ANSI Immersion ( MPa). their recommendations when waterproofing 7-day Shear 200 275 psi membrane is required under plaster finishes. ANSI Bond ( MPa Not for use under self-leveling underlayments or 28-day Shear 214 343 psi decorative wear surfaces. ANSI Strength ( MPa). System Crack ANSI. Pass (High). Resistance Test Cautions ASTM E 96 grains/h . Consult MSDS for more safety information. Water Vapor 00E1 ft2 ( g/h . Allow membrane to cure fully (typically 72 hours Transmission Procedure B m2). at 50 F 69 F (10 C 21 C) and 70% RH and 24. Water Vapor ASTM E 96 perms hours at 70 F (21 C) or higher and 50% RH before Permeance 00E1 (ng/Pa s . Procedure B m2). ANSI ; 2. Minimum construction for interior plywood floors.))

8 System cycles 1 14 "Extra ASTM C627; SUBFLOOR: 5/8" (15 mm) thick exterior glue plywood, Performance Heavy". TCA Rating either plain with all sheet edges blocked or tongue and Elongation >400% groove, over bridged joints spaced 16" (400 mm) maximum; fasten plywood 6" (150 mm) along Thickness (dried) mm sheet ends and 8" (200 mm) along intermediate Specifications subject to change without notification. supports with 8d ring-shank, coated or hot dip Results shown are typical but reflect test procedures used. galvanized nails (or screws); allow 1/8" (3 mm). Actual field performance will depend on the type of between sheet ends and 1/4" (6 mm) between sheets tile/stone/brick used, installation methods and site edges; all sheet ends must be supported by a framing conditions. member; glue sheets to joints with construction adhesive.

9 Time to Tile UNDERLAYMENT: 5/8" (15 mm) thick exterior glue Substrate Time to Tile (min.)* plywood fastened 6" (150 mm) along sheet ends Concrete 50 and 8" (200 mm) in the panel field (both Cement Board 30 directions) with 8d ring-shank, coated or hot dip Fiber Cement Underlayment 15 galvanized nails (or screws); allow 1/8" (3 mm) to 1/4". *After second coat is applied at 70 F (21 C) and 50% RH . The time to tile (6 mm) between sheets and 1/4" (6 mm) between will vary depending on substrate, temperature and relative humidity. sheet edges and any abutting surfaces; offset Working Properties underlayment joints from joints in subfloor and stagger joints between sheet ends; glue underlayment to LATICRETE Hydro Ban can be applied using a paint brush, subfloor with construction adhesive. Refer to Technical roller or trowel. All areas must have two coats to ensure waterproofing capabilities.

10 When using a paint roller, Data Sheet 152 Bonding Ceramic Tile, Stone or Brick Over Wood Floors for complete details substrate will not show through LATICRETE Hydro Ban if coated with " ( mm) of dried Pre-Treat Cracks & Joints membrane. Color changes from a light sage to olive green Fill all substrate cracks, cold joints, and control joints to a when fully cured. smooth finish using a LATICRETE Latex Fortified Thin-Set. Alternatively, a liberal coat^^ of LATICRETE Hydro Ban applied with a paint brush or trowel may be used to fill in non-structural INSTALLATION. joints and cracks. Apply a liberal coat^^ of LATICRETE Hydro Ban approximately 8" (200 mm) wide over substrate cracks, cold Surface Preparation joints, and control joints using a paint brush or roller (heavy Surface temperature must be 50 90 F (10 32 C) during napped roller cover).


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