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Intercrete 4875 (formerly Cemprotec Scrim)

Structural Concrete: Repair and Protection-Flexible Waterproof Sealing Tape

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Supplied in two grades for the reinforcement of the Flexcrete range of cementitious mortars and coatings:INTERCRETE SCRIM: Particularly suited for general reinforcement over large areas of cracking/crazing or weak/friable substrates, particularly insulation, to provide increased tensile strength and impact resistance.INTERCRETE EDGE SCRIM: For localised reinforcement over joints or cracks to provide increased tensile strength. Can also be used over welds or edges of steel sections to help maintain correct film thickness. Self-adhesive.

Characteristics

Product Chemistry Flexible Waterproof Sealing Tape
VOC content (EPA method) g/lt
Colour Options Clear
Number of components Single Pack

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