AC HydroSeal 3000 3' x 66.7' Foundation Membrane at Menards®

AC HydroSeal 3000® Waterproofing Composite 3' x 66.7'

Model Number: 1536000  | Menards® SKU: 1536000

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AC HydroSeal 3000® Waterproofing Composite 3' x 66.7'

Model Number: 1536000  |  Menards® SKU: 1536000

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Uniquely designed to provide high strength, low temperature adhesion and high temperature stability in a superior waterproofing membrane. Ideal for waterproofing concrete, masonry or wood structures. Forms a resilient barrier against physical damage and water migration.

  • Self adhesive and cold-applied.
  • For use with vertical, below grade waterproofing applications
  • Warranted to be free from defects in manufacture for five (5) years.
  • Approved for foam insulations (XPS or ICF).

Dimensions: 3' x 66.7'

Brand Name: Owens Corning

MSDS Document: 104164_001.pdf  

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Product Type: Below Grade Waterproofing Material: Cross Laminated Polyethylene Facer
Coverage Area: 200 square foot Overall Length: 799" inch
Overall Width: 36" inch Special Features: No special adhesives, heat or equipment are necessary to install.
Thickness: 3.5 milli-inch  

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