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Bridge Deck Membrane™ is a rapid setting, 100% solids, two-component polymer product. Bridge Deck Membrane™ is used as a waterproof membrane with dielectric properties for protection against typical corrosion conditions that exist on many rail and DOT structures. Bridge Deck Membrane can be applied in temperatures down to -20°F without effect on setup time or curing, and can be applied at specified thickness in one continuous application. BDM can be sprayed horizontally, vertically and overhead at any thickness. BDM is a superior high strength elastomeric coating designed for protection against water, salts, chemicals and other corrosive effects on bridge and elevated deck structures.
Environmentally friendly formula, 100% solids, No VOCs
Cures in seconds, even in temperatures well below freezing. Can accept ballast and asphalt overlays within one hour
Has passed the ASTM C 1305 Standard Test Method for Crack Bridging Ability of Liquid-Applied Waterproofing Membrane at 40 cycles.
Meets AREMA Chapter 8, Part 29 for Cold Liquid-Applied Elastomeric Membranes
Provides continuous seamless waterproofing membrane, even on irregular surfaces
All Bridge Preservation™ products are manufactured in Kansas City, Kansas
|Property||Test Method||Typical Value|
|Gel Time||<10 Seconds|
|Tack Free||<30 Seconds|
|Open to Light Traffic||1 Hour|
|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||>300|
|Tabor Abrasion, mg. Loss (1000 gm, 1000 rev, H-18)||ASTM D 4060||<250|
|Crack Bridging Test (80 Mils - 1/8” Opening @ 15°F, 40 cycles)||ASTM C 1305||Pass|
|Adhesion to Concrete (PSI)||ASTM D 7234||>150|
|Adhesion to Steel (PSI)||ASTM D 4541||>300|
|Resistance to Penetration||ASTM D 1883 (Modified per AREMA Ch. 8, Part 220.127.116.11)||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.|