Everbuild 908 DPM
A ready to use, odourless, rubber enriched bitumen emulsion providing a highly effective damp-proof membrane
Everbuild 908 DPM is a ready to use, odourless, rubber enriched bitumen emulsion providing a highly effective damp-proof membrane and also acts as a waterproofer for walls, above ground structures and foundations and may be used internally or externally.
Everbuild 908 DPM is commonly used to providing sandwich damp-proof membranes for floors and for general Waterproofing on concrete, fibre/cement, render, plaster etc. Can be used for waterproofing structures such as bridge abutments, retaining walls and culverts. Also for fixing insulation boards, expanded polystyrene, cork slabs, wood blocks, wooden mosaic flooring and as a bonding agent for plastering difficult substrates such as glazed tiles.
Additionally, Everbuild 908 DPM can act as a curing agent for concrete.
- Impervious to water
- Creates a water vapour barrier
- Internal or external use
- Easy clean with water
- Use as an adhesive or bonding aid
Please note: This product is ready to use and should not be thinned.
It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.
|John Robinson on 2019-03-27 19:43:19|| |
Would this product be suitable for an external rendered retaining wall? The wall contains small hairline cracks which allow a small amount of water ingress from behind thus causing unsightly growth of moss and algae. Can this product be over painted with traditional external paint products? What is the coverage for this product? Are there any sales outlets for this product in N. Ireland?
If Everbuild 908 DPM is to be backfilled against we would recommend the coating to be protected by a thin render, ideally the 901 Black Bitumen Paint can be used to back fill against.