Liquid Rubber

Liquid Rubber from Steelcon Cava Pty Ltd

By: Steelcon Cava Pty Ltd  13-Dec-2010
Keywords: Waterproofing, Waterproofing Contractors, Protective Coatings

 

Introducing our Liquid Rubber anti-corrosion and waterproofing products. Our products contain no VOC’s, are environmentally friendly, non-toxic, and virtually odourless. Liquid Rubber products are a water based asphalt emulsion blended with proprietary blends of elastomeric polymers that are easy to apply, rapid curing and provide excellent adhesion to a wide range of building materials. Liquid Rubber products have excellent U.V. resistance that resist  ageing and cracking due to thermal cycling and chemical attack. 

Liquid Rubber products can be spray, roller, brush or trowel applied and can be used for a wide range of waterproofing and corrosion protection applications including;

·         Concrete foundations, pipes and forms

·         Retaining walls and containment basins

·         Storage and intermediate process tanks

·         Roof waterproofing and restoration

·         Corrosion protection of metal roofs and structures

·         Waste water and sewerage pipe protection

·         Environmental protection barriers to prevent gas and liquid leakage

·         Waterproof liners for bunds, dams, ponds and planters

·         Timber boardwalks and paths

Liquid Rubber products are sold in over 30 countries and are helping solve corrosion and waterproofing problems in an environmentally friendly way.

If you have any questions, or would like to discuss the benefits of Liquid Rubber products, please do not hesitate to call me on Ph 0488 662 820or visit our website at  www.steelconcava.com.au

Thank you for taking the time to consider our products and we look forward to hearing from you soon.

Regards

Greg Ginn

Manager

Liquid Rubber Division

Keywords: Corrosion Control, Protective Coatings, Protective Linings, Spray Applied Lining, Waterproofing, Waterproofing Contractors, Waterstop Engineering

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