LOGICBASE V-ST-T

Transparent PVC membrane with a textured surface for two-layer waterproofing systems.
  • Resistance to microorganisms
  • Resistance to mechanical stress
  • High chemical resistance
  • Resistance to root penetration
  • High strength and elasticity
  • Transparency
  • Longevity

Description

LOGICBASE V-ST-T is a transparent, textured membrane used for waterproofing tunnels, basements, underground parts of buildings, and structures as a second layer within double-layer waterproofing systems based on PVC membranes. One of the sides of the material has a specially textured surface, which prevents membranes of double-layer waterproofing systems from sticking to each other during quality control by the vacuum method. The transparency of the membrane facilitates visual monitoring of the weld seam quality and helps locate damaged areas. The material is produced on a state-of-the-art, high-tech automated line by coextrusion, which ensures the homogeneity of the product.

Characteristics

Colors transparent
Reinforcement Without reinforcement
Thickness, mm 2
Strength at maximum stress, MPa 15
Specific elongation when broken, %, not less than 300
Water absorption by weight, %, no more than 0.1
Bend point on R=5 mm beam, °C -45
Resistance to static loading, 250 N x 24 hours 20

Packaging

Each roll is wrapped in individual, protective polyethylene film packaging.

Membrane thickness, mm Width x length of a roll, m Number of rolls per pallet
2.5 20 x 2.1 14

Storage

Rolls should be stored horizontally on pallets in their original packing, away from direct sunlight, rain, and snow. Storage in two stages using rigid spacers is allowed.

Documents

Waterproofing brochures

Waterproofing of underground structures with LOGICBASE

Materials

Waterproofing brochures

Каталог материалов и систем по гидроизоляции заглубленных и подземных сооружений с применением мембран LOGICBASE (англ. яз)

Каталог материалов и систем по гидроизоляции заглубленных и подземных сооружений с применением мембран LOGICBASE

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