Protects underground structures according to DIN 18533 part 3 permanently against W1-E (ground damp and pressure-free water), W2.1-E (moderate action of pressing water ≤ 3 m immersion depth), W3-E (pressure-free water on earth-covered ceilings) and W4-E (splash water and ground damp at wall base as well as capillary water in and under walls).
It can be applied to vertical and horizontal surfaces, foundation slabs, foundations and cellar walls. Can be used on all known and suitable mineral substrates.
* These times may vary greatly, depending on humidity, temperature, coating thickness and substrate. Times are based on the standard climate of + 23 °C and
50 % relative humidity.
** Temperature: component, installation and ambient temperature.
|Water influence classes||MDLT||WLT||Consumption|
|W1-E (ground damp and pressure-free water)||3 mm||3.95 mm||4.34 kg/m²|
|W2.1-E (moderate action of pressing water ≤ 3 m immersion depth)||4 mm||5.26 mm||5.79 kg/m²|
|W3-E (pressure-free water on earth-covered ceilings)||4 mm||5.26 mm||5.79 kg/m²|
|W4-E (splash water and ground damp at wall base as well as capillary water in and under walls)||3 mm||3.95 mm||4.34 kg/m²|
|Scratch coating||-||-||1-2 kg/m²|
|Gluing insulation and drainage panels||-||-||1-2 kg/m²|
The consumption rates shown are minimum values. A separate professional levelling of the substrate, for example by a scratch coating is expected. According to DIN 18533 part 3, a layer thickness addition of at least 25% of the minimum dry layer thickness is to be added. MDLT = Minimum dry layer thickness, WLT = Wet layer thickness