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Grace Bituthene System 4000 200 sq. ft. Waterproof Membrane and Conditioner


Bituthene System 4000 200 sq. ft. Waterproof Membrane and Conditioner

$28990 /each

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Product Overview

The Bituthene System 4000 200 sq. ft. Waterproof Membrane and Conditioner is a flexible, pre-formed membrane designed for foundation walls, tunnels, earth-sheltered structures and more.

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  • 1/16 in. flexible, pre-formed waterproof membrane with latex conditioner
  • Ideal for foundation walls, tunnels, earth-sheltered structures, and split-slab construction such as plaza areas and parking decks
  • Also for interior uses including mechanical rooms, laboratories and kitchens
  • For positive-side waterproofing applications over concrete-, masonry- and wood surfaces
  • Cross laminated, high-density polyethylene carrier film provides high tear strength and resists punctures and impacts
  • Accommodates minor structural movements and will bridge shrinkage cracks
  • Split release-on-demand feature allows the splitting of the membrane into 2 pieces for ease of installation in detailed areas
  • Surface conditioner is ready to use and can be applied by spray or roller
  • Conditioner provides a high-tack finish and is specifically formulated to bind site dust and concrete efflorescence
  • Special adhesive compound engineered to work with high tack system 4000 surface conditioner
  • Wide application temperature range and cold applied for simple application to substrates, especially at low temperatures
  • Overlap security minimizes the margin for error under site conditions

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Customer Questions & Answers

can this be installed over a foundation wall that has already been covered with tar?

Asked by: Clarke
The answer is YES! In fact it will work better. The whole idea behind these dimple shields is to allow water to pass through to a drain. This type of product also reduces lateral pressure on the wall, helping to prevent bowed walls. Read the directions and you will be fine. I also recommend a footer drain. This dimple shield allows the water to pass quickly down the wall, with a footer drain the water has a place to go.
Answered by: mikek
Date published: 2017-05-30

Use as Ice Shield?

I have 8 rolls left over, would like to use on roof deck for shingles, will I be OK?
Asked by: vans
Years ago, I used this product for a second story walk-out deck. It was installed directly onto plywood with no primer or conditioner. It worked fine for many years, and was no problem at all. People walked on it with shoes on, and there was some deck furniture on it as well. Once it was installed, and the sun hit it. it was impossible to get off. I often thought that it might be nicer to coat it with a white mobile home roof coating, but never bothered to do it. I never had any holes, but you could simply install a patch over any tears. Once this is adhered to the plywood it is like an armor coating. After 10 - 12 years I extended the upstairs out over the deck area, enclosing it. I am now purchasing it to coat a vertical surface of exterior wall (plywood and foam form) that is in accessible when my patio deck is in place against the house.
Answered by: TJM
Date published: 2016-11-16

Can i use on elevated concrete deck for waterproofing and then lay pavers ?

Asked by: Mikedi
Yes. I used to be in the highway and bridge construction business and this product met NYSDOT specifications. On some types of bridge decks, the concrete sub-slab was poured first, then this product was put down, and then regular asphalt paving was placed right over the top of it. Of course, this involved pavers and rollers and trucks loaded with asphalt driving right on the membrane. Usually, 3" of blacktop was placed over this, and then opened to traffic. I'm very confident that It would work fine for your application. You need a clean, dry surface for adhesion, and do not attempt below 50 degrees or so.
Answered by: TJM
Date published: 2016-05-13

Can it be installed on a fieldstone and mortar wall (not a smooth surface)

Asked by: leakystone
I believe that it could be, once the wall was washed to remove any flaking and then dried. Of course, it is not going to be very attractive, but I assume that you are trying to solve some other problem and not concerned about cosmetics. The warmer the surface, the better luck you will have getting it to adhere.
Answered by: TJM
Date published: 2016-04-22
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Customer Reviews

Bituthene System 4000 200 sq. ft. Waterproof Membrane and Conditioner is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Product works as advertised but far too expensive. My next project I discovered TAMKO TW 60. A 6... Product works as advertised but far too expensive. My next project I discovered TAMKO TW 60. A 60 mil self-adhered peel and stick membrane similar to the Grace. A 200 sf roll went for $115.00! Also got a 5 gallon bucket of their TWp-2 water based primer for $128.00. Covers 350 to 400 square feet. Applied it and within 20 mins applied the TW60 and it was a snap. Using the TAMKO product from now on.
Date published: 2017-06-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great product, with important detail left out of instructions. Caution: Not enough instructions are supplied with this product. Do not let this product get wet, or damp before peeling and installing it. Nowhere on the box does it say this, but if you let the paper backing (that peels off before installation) get wet, the product looses all sticky qualities, and becomes nearly useless. When new, used out of the box, it is a really great product (when dry). *A 3 inch overlap is required. *Make sure the surface being covered, is dust free, and dry. *Be careful to get inner corners tucked in before allowing the sticky side of the membrane to touch the surface being covered. It is really tacky and difficult to move after it gets stuck. *When this material is applied @ 80+ degrees, then it cools, it will shrink a small amount. The inner corners will pull away from the surface, leaving voids in the corners. *When the sticky back is applied to the top of the membrane, there is no removing, or re-aligning, the product will not move. That characteristic of super stickiness, is what makes this a good waterproofing material.
Date published: 2015-09-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good choice for sealing outer basement wall Product was as advertised. Has very sticky adhesive already applied, not sure how much the spray on solution is needed. Film seems pretty puncture resistant, and soft enough to self repair where needed. Only time will tell how durable. I used dryloc hydraulic cement and sealing paint over the whole area, and applied the film only in case the foundation cracked further. Gives me peace of mind that i wont have to dig again. Product was pricey, but after digging an 8 foot hole by hand, it seems well worth not having to go through that agian.
Date published: 2015-10-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from * This membrane is nicer to work with than the Mel-roll. It is more elastic. When you install it, make sure you have at least one person to help peel the paper backing and apply the membrane to a foundation (three people are preferable). It is technically impossible to apply it in one person (it will start to adhere to itself and you are going to waste a good portion of the membrane). Don't keep it on the wall unsecured for a prolonged time; it will come off eventually if not back-filled or supported with insulation.
Date published: 2012-08-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not worth the time or money. Poorly manufactured I had purchased this product to waterproof my mother's basement. The shipping was very fast. I had the basement dug cleaned prepped and primed. The paper backing was hard to remove due to the small tears. The product itself was 20% dry and would not stick to anything. The parts that were sticky, would stick to me and to itself NOT the block. It boils down to; I bought six rolls of thick rubber and only 1 1/2 rolls made it on the wall. DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY! If you do buy this and have a problem, GRACE will send out a rep and could take 10-14 days. While you wait, the basement can not be backfilled for that time. I would buy this for an extra-large fly-paper, or maybe a slip-n-slide for the kids, or as I did......fill, because it fell off the wall when I backfilled.
Date published: 2012-07-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product, Do Your Homework. It was a great product, but I was upset when I found it at a place Called Allied Building Products for half the price. other than that it was a great product...
Date published: 2014-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Has already cut down on the dampness tough product to work with in tight quarters. If product folds back on itself it is impossible to separate and must be discarded. Has stopped all leaks and greatly reduced the dampness seeping into my basement
Date published: 2011-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very sticky Used it to seal sill plate and band joists around slab where grade could not be easily lowered. Primered clean concrete and wood, let it dry, and this stuff stuck very well to it. Don't let it touch itself or you'll never get it off. It's done easily by 2 people, but not easy to do by one. Someone needs to hold it into position while someone peels the backing. Took one point off for value, because it's expensive and only possible to buy a huge roll, but it seems like you could use it for sealing all manner of stuff. Maybe I'll build a boat.
Date published: 2014-05-27
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