Deckguard® HT is a high heat 40 mil roofing membrane composed of a high strength slip resistant spider web backing laminated to a high performance high heat asphalt compound with a film release for ease of application. The release liner is removed leaving a strong asphalt compound to bond to the roof deck.
Deckguard® HT is designed to help in high temperature applications. The high temperature resistance allows the membrane to be exposed to heat of 260° or less. It has superior adhesion to the roof deck. It is self-sealing and will seal around nails which will resist leakage caused by water backing up due to ice dams or wind driven rains.
NORTH BALTIMORE, Ohio--()--, a leading worldwide bridge and highway products manufacturer, today announced the introduction of its new for highway and rail bridge deck protection. Deckguard is an innovative seamless membrane that forms a durable barrier against water penetration and stray current on bridge decks. Deckguard provides longer lifecycle performance and is more easily installed than other bridge deck waterproofing products.
Deckguard is a cost-effective thin coating that has been successfully tested to meet or surpass industry standards. Independent test results for this cold-applied 100% solids elastomeric material exceed DOT and AREMA standards and outperform all other systems, including methyl methacrylate (MMA), torch-applied, preformed sheet and hot mop products. Deckguard’s crack-bridging abilities have been independently tested to four times the ASTM cycle requirements and twice the requisite crack width, allowing for dynamic bridge deck movement.
Deckguard Spray-Applied Waterproofing System is produced under stringent quality control measures and thoroughly tested for maintained quality prior to shipping. D.S. Brown is the only manufacturer to provide the infrared spectrograph for each production batch, allowing for comparison with the test analysis from which the published physical properties are based. D.S. Brown also offers onsite Quality Assurance inspections during and periodically after each bridge application.
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