Triton TT Vapour Membrane
Triton TT Vapour Membrane is a versatile, ready-blended waterproof coating that also acts as a barrier against Radon, Methane and Carbon Dioxide.
The easy to use product dries to form a flexible, tough and seamless film to existing concrete, masonry and brick substrates.
Triton TT Vapour Membrane is typically used as the primary waterproofing barrier on the external faces of below ground structures built with ICF, blockwork or concrete etc.
It can also be used as an alternative to sheet membranes in new construction, or in conjunction with Triton’s gas barrier sheet membranes for edge, column and penetration detailing.
Other typical areas of use include retaining walls, lift pits, roof decks, swimming pools, ponds, bunds/bund walls, and as a ground floor DPM or gas barrier.
The non-toxic formulation is applied using an airless spray, roller or brush to walls, floors or soffits.
Waterproof to 3 bar (30m head), it will withstand temporary light trafficking and is difficult to puncture as it is fully bonded to the substrate.
It can be repaired easily by locally over coating and can be painted, plastered or screeded as required.
It dries rapidly and in good conditions two coats can be applied in one day. It can also be applied to damp and ‘green’ substrates if the overall environmental conditions are conducive to drying.
BS8102: 2009 defines Triton TT Vapour Membrane as Type A liquid applied waterproofing.
There are various other types of Type A waterproofing systems including fully bonded sheet types and cementitious types. Triton Systems supplies a comprehensive range of each type including all the ancillary products required for their installation such as primers, sealers, repair mortars and reinforcing fabrics.
Other liquid applied systems available from Triton include a two part epoxy resin coating, typically used beneath raised access floors, in plant rooms and bunded areas, and a single pack, moisture curing elastomeric resin that withstands building movements, and is ideal for waterproofing low pitch and flat roof areas with pedestrian traffic, wet rooms, lightly trafficked flooring and water channels.