VOLTEX DS combines the proven waterproofing capabilities of Voltex with a high-strength HDPE Liner. VOLTEX DS is designed for projects that require additional chemical resistance, extremely low water vapor and gas permeability.
The durable construction of VOLCLAY DS lends itself perfectly to shotcrete installation.
Protection from Water Ingress:
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APPLICATIONS: VOLTEX DS is designed for below-ground vertical and horizontal structural foundation surfaces. Typical applications include backfilled concrete walls, shotcrete walls, earth covered roofs, structural slabs, tunnels and property line construction.
RESISTANCE TO PUNCTURING: The Voltex DS composite is comprised of two high strength geotextiles making it suitable for projects that require more durability or additional chemical resistance. Its composite construction resists damage from tradesman installing reinforcing steel over it and inclement weather. The dropping of heavy articles will normally have no damaging effect on the membrane. Any accidental cuts will self heal when the membrane is hydrated following correct installation.
B2 DURABILITY: Performance B2.3.1 (a) not less than 50 years.
E2 EXTERNAL MOISTURE: Performance E2.3.3.
F2 HAZARDOUS BUILDING MATERIALS: Performance F2.3.1. The Volclay Waterproofing System meets this requirement and will not present a health hazard to people.
The Volclay Waterproofing System is an approved Alternative Solution in terms of New Zealand Building Code compliance.
With the durability of the needle punched composite and the ability to self-heal, Voltex offers major construction advantages over adhered sheet membrane and fluid applied waterproofing.
For contaminated water or salt-water conditions, Voltex is available with a contaminant resistant Volclay sodium bentonite – Voltex SWR.
ROLL SIZE & PACKAGING: Volclay Voltex DS is supplied in 66.6m² (Super Sixty) rolls.
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