We offer a diverse lineup of waterproofing materials such as the durable torch-applied sheet membrane Meltorch modified asphalt waterproofing, the adhesion types RAM Sheet and RA Sheet, and the polymer-modified cement waterproofing membrane Aquashutter.
These are self-adhesive waterproofing sheets that are formed by laminating various types of substrates such as polyester non‐woven fabrics impregnated with modified asphalt or aluminum film, and then laminated with a modified asphalt adhesive layer.
This is a rooftop waterproofing sheet that combines a substrate such as a polyester non‐woven fabric or a special film with a modified asphalt adhesive layer.
This waterproofing sheet combines modified asphalt and spunbond polyester, and is for use with the torch method.
The newly developed ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) emulsion resin offers both extremely superior workability as well as the ability to follow cracks in the substrate.
By using an acrylic polymer as the emulsion resin, this product has conquered the weather and fatigue resistance issues that were the drawbacks of previous polymer-modified cement waterproofing materials, and it can now offer waterproofing performance over a long period of time.
This polymer cement-type coating material combines a special acrylic resin emulsion with a special cement-type powder.