INTEGRATED BALLAST MAT (PATENT PENDING)

Bridge Preservation Integrated Ballast Mat is a spray applied layered protection course designed to provide seamless, high build protection of the waterproofing system. Bridge Preservation Integrated Ballast Mat is designed to work in combination with Bridge Deck Membrane waterproofing, creating a seamless waterproof membrane and secondary ballast protection course for use in demanding applications that require additional protection against ballast impact. Bridge Preservation Integrated Ballast Mat is a field applied, multi layered ballast protection course that incorporates proprietary filler and resin to achieve a high build protective finish.  Bridge Preservation Integrated Ballast Mat is a superior high strength, high build, elastomeric ballast protection course designed for both concrete and steel rail bridge structures.

ADVANTAGES

Environmentally Friendly

Environmentally friendly formula, 100% solids, No VOCs

FAST CURE

Cures in seconds, even in temperatures well below freezing. Can accept ballast loading within one hour

PROVIDES SLOPE

Can be applied at varying thickness to provide slope on flat bridge decks

MEETS AREMA CHAPTER 8, PART 29

Meets AREMA Chapter 8, Part 29 for Cold Liquid-Applied Elastomeric Membranes

SEAMLESS

Provides continuous seamless waterproofing membrane, even on irregular surfaces

MADE IN AMERICA

All Bridge Preservation™ products are manufactured in Kansas City, Kansas

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

Property Test Method Typical Value
Solids Content 100%
Gel Time <90 Seconds
Tack Free >2 Minutes
Open to Ballast Loading 1 Hour
Standard Thickness (Can vary depending on application) 125 mils - 250 mils
Shore Hardness ASTM D 2240 >40D
Elongation ASTM D 638 >250%
Tensile Strength (PSI) ASTM D 638 >2,000
Tear Strength (PLI; Die C) ASTM D 624 >390
Resistance to Penetration ASTM D 1883
(Modified per AREMA Ch. 8, Part 29.10.3.3)
Pass
North American Ballast Impact Test 9.2 - 28.1 kips, 2,000,000 Cycles Pass
The value ranges stated above are based on system processing under laboratory conditions. Equipment configurations and/or field application conditions may produce variances in final system values.

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