STD - Standard Low Viscosity version (thinner texture)
Both have the same cured properties.
Everflex WPUV is a rapid drying water-based elastomeric waterproof membrane with micro-fibre reinforcing. It is a single-component liquid membrane designed for various applications, including roofs, planters, and wet areas. Once cured, Everflex WPUV forms a durable, odourless, and seamless waterproof membrane that exceeds the performance standards of AS-4858:2004. Its non-reflective nature makes it suitable for both internal and external use.
Colour: Light Grey
Size: 15 Litre
Wet areas, shower recesses, bathrooms, laundries, and toilets.
Patios, terraces, decks, and balconies that require topping, tiling, or coating with trafficable coatings.
Concrete slabs above and below grade.
Underground tanking and waterproofing.
Ready to use - No mixing or dilution required.
Rapid drying for earlier tiling.
Non-toxic and non-hazardous.
Water-based - Easy clean-up with water.
Easy to apply.
Compatible with all common building materials.
Exceeds the standards of AS-4858 and AS-4654.1.
High permanent flexibility.
Micro-fibre reinforcing for added strength.
Do not use if rain is imminent or when temperatures are below 10°C or above 40°C.
Ensure all surfaces are structurally sound and free from oils, grease, form release agents, curing compounds, dirt/dust, and any other surface contamination that may hinder adhesion.
Achieve a continuous even film build by ensuring surfaces are free from protrusions.
Rectify any non-structural cracks, holes, and deformities.
Surfaces must be free from surface water and continual dampness.
For dusty, very porous, or hot surfaces, it is recommended to use a primer.
For internal coatings, use Everflex SBP or Everflex WBP. For external applications such as roof decks, use Everflex VBS (Vapour Barrier System).
Refer to the primer application instructions for each specific primer.
Mix at a 1:1 ratio and apply the primer to porous surfaces at a rate of 5 square meters per litre per coat, ensuring the achievement of a plastic film. Additional coats may be necessary if a plastic film is not achieved.