Triton Fillet Seal
Triton Fillet Seal is a pre-packed cement based and polymer modified product for use as a floor to wall junction seal during waterproofing works when using cementitious slurry coatings such as Triton TT55. In most circumstances, Fillet Seal needs only be mixed with water for use. Where extra adhesion is required, Triton SBR may be used. Note: Where water is leaking or seeping the use of Triton Quick Set is advised.
The use of Fillet Seal helps to ensure a smooth transition between horizontal and vertical surfaces that will minimise the risk of leaving gaps or holes unsealed during the waterproofing works.
Situations where the Fillet Seal will be employed should already have been prepared in accordance with the slurry coating or render specification. In the majority on instances, the Fillet Seal will be applied on to the slurry coated surface.
Triton Fillet Seal is available in 25 kg bags.
Triton LPA/Primer is a ready to use emulsion that can be used as a surface primer for Triton Repair Mortar, Triton Floor Levelling Compound and Triton TT Vapour Membrane.
Available in 5 litre packs.
Triton Fleece Band
Triton Fleece Band is a reinforcing fabric for use with Triton TT Vapour Membrane and is specifically designed for use within liquid applied waterproofing systems.
Available in 1M x 100M and 300mm x 100M rolls.
TWS – EX Primer/TWS – EX Primer LT
A primer for use with TWS-EX100GM membrane in order to consolidate the substrate and ensure complete bond development. Supplied as a single pack, brush applied liquid coating. Coverage – 8 m2 per litre. Available in 5 and 25 litre packs. The ‘LT’ (low temperature) version is classed as moisture tolerant and can be applied to damp or slightly green concrete.
TWS-EX Reinforcing Tape
For use with TWS fully bonded waterproof membranes for the reinforcement of edge and corner details.
TWS – PU Primer
In most circumstances, polyurethane resins, thanks to their chemical cross linking (as opposed to physical curing water based products), provide excellent adhesion to substrates. However, the very high cohesion of these polymers, may contribute to a lack of adhesion and eventual failure on difficult substrates such as metals or non-porous ceramics.
Some supports tent to offer more resistance to adhesion than others:
Tiles, Metals, Bricks, Terrazzo, Marble, Ceramics, Old / polished concrete, Glass, Stainless Steel, Old flooring surfaces/
In these circumstances, if it is possible, it is recommended to scratch the surface slightly, creating some friction, and favouring the adhesion and compatibility between materials. Other substrates requiring primer treatment include rusted metal, old roofing felt, fibre cement sheets and wood.