CompoSeal Drain Waterproofing Protection 12 Price per Piece 12″ x 12″ Diameter of hole to be cut at the job site The CompoSeal Drain allows you to easily install the CompoSeal Drain Waterproofing Membrane around your floor drain without having to make any additional cuts. Composeal is a blue flexible PVC waterproofing membrane. Composeal is used as a concealed waterproofing membrane for showers, Roman tubs, and Whirlpool bath enclosures. Composeal cannot be used as liner in pools contain fish or water plants. Composeal is also used extensively in renovation and remodeling, and in the northern climates, as a liner for outdoor hockey rinks. Composeal is used generally under tile or marble as a waterproofing membrane beneath a thick set mortar bed of 1 14″ – 2: above a substrate of wood or concrete. INSTALLATION Use bold-down clamping-ring type drains with weep-holes. Set so sub drain lip is flush with subfloor. Trim for drain exactly to size of drain opening. Do not trim out to bolt holes, but pierce to accommodate bolts with a tight fit. Testes material by the United State testing Co. test report no. LA 63554 Smith Emery Co. Test No. T-88-122S-B and Truesdail Laboratories, report # 24371-1 Composeal 30 and 40 also meet the Ceramic tile institute of America requirements for waterproofing membranes. Composeal 30 and 40 comply with the three major plumbing codes. UPC-IAPMO, SBCCI and BOCA, Composeal has separate municipal approval where required, e.g. City of Los Angeles, City of Philadelphia (40 mil), Metropolitan Dade County and Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Composeal also complies with the Corp of Engineers specs for PVC shower pan material (para 184.108.40.206 15 p1-18) and meets the requirements of FHA Publication 4900.1. Warranty : Composeal 30 and 40 are warranted against failure for any reason. And in the event of failure, replacement material will be supplies at no charge, this warranty applies only to the membrane itself and not to the manner of installation over which we have o control, and it does not extend to consequential damage or other implies responsibility. Composeal should last the life of the building. Made in the U.S.A Watch the Video Click here for more information
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