Laticrete Hydro Ban Waterproof Membrane

Laticrete Hydro Ban Waterproof Membrane

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Laticrete Hydro Ban Waterproof Membrane
Starting at $79.00
From $79.00 to $320.00

Product Description

Laticrete HYDRO BAN - 5 Gallon or 1 Gallon Containers - is a thin, load bearing waterproofing/crack isolation membrane that does not require the use of fabric in the field, coves or corners. Hydro Ban is a single component self curing liquid rubber polymer that forms a flexible, seamless waterproofing membrane. HYDRO BAN bonds directly to a wide variety of substrates.

Laticrete HYDRO BAN Membrane features:

  • Allow for flood testing in 2 hours at 70°F (21°C) or higher**
  • Does not require the use of fabric.*
  • Bonds directly to metal, PVC and ABS plumbing fixtures only
  • Thin; only 0.020–0.030" (0.5–0.8 mm) thick when cured
  • Changes in color from a light sage to an olive green when cured
  • Anti-fracture protection of up to 1/8" (3 mm) over shrinkage and other non-structural cracks
  • “Extra Heavy Service” rating per TCNA performance levels (RE: ASTM C627 Robinson Floor Test)
  • Exceeds ANSI A118.10 and A118.12
  • IAPMO approved
  • Contains Microban® antimicrobial product protection
  • Rapid drying for a faster time to tile
  • Lighter color for ease of inspection
  • Safe—no solvents and non-flammable
  • Install tile, brick and stone directly onto membrane

* For gaps 1/8" (3 mm) or less see DS 663.5 for complete instructions
** Refer to cautions section for more information on curing

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Product Specifications

Non-Returnable: Yes
Manufacturer: Laticrete
Warranty: Limited Warranty Upon Manufacturer Inspection

Product Questions & Answers

Q: I have mid 70s .inacrylic .in like shower, 3 large wall pieces and the pan/floor solid matching walls. I want to tile over it. Can I use hydroban on seams?
No, you should not use Hydroban for this application, and we do not recommend tiling over the acrylic.
Customer Support answered on September 19, 2018
Q: Can you apply this product directly to cement or fortified mortar?
Yes, as long as the cement or fortified mortal is completely cured.
Customer Support answered on September 20, 2018
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