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AL BALAGH TRADING AND CONTRACTING 
CO WLL 
PO 5777‐DOHA‐QATAR 
PH 44667714 
 
 
MATERIAL SUBMITTAL                        
MODIFIED CEMENT WATERPROOFING 
    

     
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1. Basis of Submittal & Scope. 
 
1. This  submittal  clarifies  the  Material  to  be  used  for  water  proofing 
waterproofing  (WP2A  &  WP4A)  to  wet  areas,  water  features, 
planters,  MEP pits,  manholes  and elevator pits  as indicated  on the 
drawings. 
 
2. Specification:  Section  07  16  13  Polymer  Modified  Cement  Water 
Proofing. Copy Enclosed 
 
 
2. Material Details and Description.   
1. Manufacturer:   SODAMCO ‐ QATAR 
2. Material:    Weber  Dry  110  FX  Grey/White  (Qatar)  Formerly 
Waterproof.110/120 FX 
 
3. Enclosures  
1. Data sheet 
2. Specification 
 

     
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dry 110 FX Grey/White (Qatar) WATERPROOFING
Formerly "Waterproof.110/120 FX"

Flexible high performance cement-based waterproof coating

PRODUCT
dry 110 FX is a two component polymer modified
cementitious coating:
• Powder made of cements, fillers and admixtures.
• Liquid based on resins and additives.
It is available in Grey (formerly Waterproof.110FX) and White
(formerly Waterproof.120FX)
dry 110 FX cures to form an elastomeric, waterproof,
flexible and resistant membrane, suitable for use in potable
water tanks, reservoirs, canals and tunnels.
The material which can be applied on cement based
substrate like concrete, cement plaster, masonry and gypsum
board substrates has been designed to accommodate good
crack bridging qualities even after long term water immersion.
dry 110 FX must be used on damp cement based
substrates.
The adhesion and sealing qualities of dry 110 FX are PACKAGING
outstanding. Therefore, it can be used for positive or
Leb Syria Jordan UAE Qatar Kuwait KSA Oman
negative hydrostatic pressures.
15 Kg 15 Kg 15 Kg 22.5 Kg 15 Kg 22.5 Kg 15 Kg 22.5 Kg
The material prevents reinforcements from corrosion.
- - 30 kg - - - 30 kg -

SCOPE OF USE
Inside or outside coatings on:
• Drinking water reservoirs.
• Water tanks. Minimum Application + 5 °C
• Swimming pools. Temperature
• Saunas and jacuzzis. Water absorption Reduction in water
• Pits and tanks of any type. (ASTM D 870) absorption is 90 ± 5%
• Tunnels. Pull off Strength >1.5 ± 0.2 MPa @ 28 days
Waterproofing of terraces and wet areas. (ASTM D 4541:2002) on concrete substrate
Waterproofing of sludge basins in sewage. Crack bridging (1.68 mm) No sign of cracks,loss of
Waterproofing of below-grade structures like basements, (ASTM C836:2005) adhesion or any other type
retaining walls, foundations,etc… of failure was observed
Depth of water NIL
PROPERTIES penetration
• Approved for contact with potable water. No evidence of fungal growth
• Resists high hydrostatic positive and negative pressures The values obtained are for dry 110 FX when applied
• Long working life in total thickness of 1.5 mm wet film thickness
• Excellent crack accommodation before and after immersion. Resistance to positive 5 bar (50 m
• Excellent adhesion to sound, prepared substrates: water pressure (DIN 1048) head of water
does not require bonding agents and can be applied on Resistance to negative 3 bar (30 m
wet surfaces water pressure (DIN 1048) head of water
• Permeable to water vapor, allows the substrate to breathe.
• Resistant to abrasion. APPLICABLE STANDARDS
• Reduces carbonation and electrochemical corrosion. dry 110FX complies with BS 6920 Effect on Water
• Environmentally friendly: Non-toxic and chloride-free. Quality.
DIN 1048 Water Penetration Test.
CHARACTERISTICS
Powder appearance White or grey
Mixed Density at 24°C 1600 ± 100 kg/m³

1/2 Technical data sheet . Edition: 06.17-A PAGE 4 OF 11 www.sodamco-weber.com


dry 110 FX Grey/White (Qatar) WATERPROOFING

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE removed by mechanical method and by use of solvent.


PREPARATION OF THE SUBSTRATE CONSUMPTION
The substrate must be perfectly sound, clean, and free from 2 kg/m² to 4 kg/m² depending on the nature of the support.
grease, oil, dust or any friable matters.
Recommended cleaning methods are high pressure water STORAGE
cleaning and sandblasting. Any damage or concrete defect Powder part can be stored 12 months while the liquid part
should be repaired in advance. can be stored up to 6 months, after manufacturing date in
All corners should be saw-cut and filled with a non-shrink its original packing non open, protected from frost and heat.
thixotropic mortar like ep 331 TX.
All honeycombs or holes should be widened and filled with a
non-shrink mortar like ep 350 NSG.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Avoid prolonged contact with skin. Wear protective gear for
It is necessary to stop any running water prior to the application
hands & eyes. Splashes on the skin should be washed away
of dry 110 FX. Use a fast setting cementitious plugging
by cleaning with soap and water. In case of contact with
mortar (dry 150 BLC) to seal water leaks.
eyes, wash thoroughly with clean water. If swallowed, do not
induce vomiting. In both cases seek medical attention. The
PRODUCT PREPARATION
product is non-flammable.
Pour half of the liquid polymer to all powder and mix well for
one minute, by using a mechanical mixer.
Then add the remaining liquid part and mix for additional 1.5 DISCLAIMER
to 2 minutes until lump free slurry is obtained. You may keep While the company guarantees its products against defective
the mixture to rest for not less than 3 minutes before the materials, the use and application of these products are
application. The mixture can be applied by brush or trowel or made without guarantee since the conditions of their application
roller. are beyond its control. It is recommended to verify with the
company that the product is suitable for the intended use,
PRODUCT APPLICATION and that this Data Sheet version is the latest one. The company
Before applying dry 110 FX, damp abundantly the may modify it without prior notice. Technical characteristics
substrate to be treated. are listed for guidance only. For more information, please
To plug pores, cracks and holes, apply dry 110 FX as contact the company’s office in your location.
base coat with sufficient thickness of 1 mm minimum.
(Approximate coverage 1 to 2 kg/m² for 1 mm wet film NOTE
thickness, depending on the condition of the The information included on this Technical Data Sheet is the
substrates).Then apply the 1st layer and 2nd layer of sole property of SODAMCO Holding. The unauthorized disclosure,
dry 110 FX, in the proportion of 0.5 to 1 kg/m² each. use, dissemination or copying (either whole or partial) of this
Always allow to dry between each layer. data sheet or any information it contains, is prohibited and
The base coat should be allowed to cure for a minimum of 5 subject to legal pursuit.
hours at 20°C or 3 hours at 35°C. The material should not be
applied at temperatures below + 5°C. PG:27
*Available only in Qatar
All corners, cracks or construction joints should receive a
minimum of 20 cm wide fiberglass mesh as reinforcement
between the 1st layer and 2nd layer, or using a reinforcement
waterproofing strip  band.
Wherever tiling on dry 110 FX is required, col flex
should be used.It is recommended that the tiling start after
one week from the application of dry 110 FX. When
needed, flood test on dry 110 FX can be carried out prior
tiles fixing.
Allow one week curing before flood test.

CLEANING
Immediately after application is completed clean all tools
and equipment with clean water. Hardened material can be

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SECTION 07 16 13
POLYMER MODIFIED CEMENT WATER PROOFING

TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE

PART 1 - GENERAL

1.01 SECTION INCLUDES 2


1.02 REFERENCES 2
1.03 SUBMITTALS 3
1.04 QUALITY ASSURANCE 3
1.05 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING 3
1.06 PROJECT CONDITIONS 4
1.07 WARRANTY 4

PART 2 - PRODUCTS

2.01 AVAILABLE MANUFACTURERS 5


2.02 MATERIALS 5
2.03 PROPORTION AND DESIGN OF MIXES 6

PART 3 - EXECUTION

3.01 EXAMINATION 7
3.02 SURFACE PREPARATION 7
3.03 APPLICATION 7
3.04 CURING, PROTECTING AND CLEANING 8
3.05 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL 8

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PART 1 - GENERAL

A. Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and


Supplementary Conditions and Division 01 Specification Sections, apply to this
Section.

B. The Qatar Construction Specifications (QCS) 2010 is the governing document


and shall take precedence over this Specification. Contractors finding
discrepancies between the two documents shall follow the requirements of the
QCS 2010.

1.01 SECTION INCLUDES

A. Furnish all labor, materials, tools and equipment and perform all services and
operations necessary for the complete supply and installation of polymer
modified cement – waterproofing (WP2A & WP4A) to wet areas, domes, stairs in
courtyards, below gunite for water features, planters, MEP pits, manholes and
elevator pits as indicated on the drawings.

B. Related Sections: Related work to be coordinated and used in conjunction with


this specification includes but is not restricted to:
1. Section 03 3000 -Cast-In-Place Concrete.
2. Section 03 5300 -Concrete Topping/Screed.
3. Section 03 5419 -Sand Cement Screed.
4. Section 09 3013 -Ceramic Tiles.

1.02 REFERENCES

A. All reference to standards, regulations and requirements of statutory bodies shall


mean the latest published editions at the time of contract. Product manufacture,
testing and installation shall comply with the following references unless
otherwise stated in the specification or otherwise approved.

1. ASTM C 109 Standard Test Method for Compressive Strength of


Hydraulic Cement Mortars.
2. ASTM C 321 Standard Test Method for Bond Strength of Chemical
Resistant Mortars.
3. ASTM C 348 Standard Test Method for Flexural Strength of Hydraulic
Cement Mortars.
4. ASTM C 387 Standard Specification for Packaged Dry Combined
Materials for Mortar and Concrete.
5. ASTM D 4263 Standard Test Method for Indicating Moisture in Concrete
6. CE CRD C 48 Corps of Engineers, Standard Test Method for Water
Permeability of Concrete.

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1.03 SUBMITTALS

A. Product data for type of waterproofing specified, including manufacturer’s written


instructions for evaluating, preparing, and treating substrate, technical data, and
tested physical and performance properties.

B. Shop drawings showing locations and extent of waterproofing, including details


of substrate joints and cracks, sheet flashings, penetrations including MEP
services, openings (voids and shafts), tie-ins with adjoining construction, and
other termination conditions.

C. Product test reports from a qualified independent testing agency evidencing


compliance of waterproofing with requirements and other physical properties
reported by manufacturer based on comprehensive testing of products according
to current standard test methods within previous 5 years.

1.04 QUALITY ASSURANCE

A. Submit documented proof that the material has a proven record of successful
performance for more than 10 years, confirmed by at least five local projects.

B. Installer Qualifications: Engage specialist with 10 years’ experience in


waterproofing works similar to that indicated for this Project and who is
acceptable to waterproofing manufacturer.

C. Mockups: Apply waterproofing field sample to 10 sq.m of deck to demonstrate


surface preparation, joint and crack treatment, thickness, texture, and standard
of workmanship.

1. Build Mock-up to the satisfaction of the Engineer. If the required standard is


not achieved, the Contractor shall replace (at the contractor’s cost) until the
required standard is achieved as judged by the Engineer
2. Obtain written approval of mock-up from the Engineer before starting work on
site.

1.05 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING

A. Deliver materials to Project site in original containers with seals unbroken,


labeled with manufacturer’s name, product, date of manufacture, and directions
for storage.

B. Store materials in their original undamaged packages in a clean, dry, protected


location and within temperature range required by waterproofing manufacturer.
Protect stored materials from direct sunlight.

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1.06 PROJECT CONDITIONS

A. Environmental Conditions: Apply waterproofing within range of ambient and


substrate temperatures recommended by waterproofing manufacturer. Do not
apply waterproofing to a damp wet substrate.

B. Maintain adequate ventilation during application and throughout complete curing


of waterproofing materials.

1.07 WARRANTY

A. Special Warranty: Submit a written warranty signed by the Contractor,


manufacturer and installer agreeing to repair or replace waterproofing that does
not meet requirements or that does not remain watertight during the specified
warranty period.

B. Warranty Period: Ten (10) years after date of Substantial Completion.

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

2.01 AVAILABLE MANUFACTURERS

A. Products and manufacturers specified hereinafter are specified for the purposes
of establishing minimum quality standards and performance requirements.
Products which are equal to, or better than those specified, and which conform to
the Engineer’s design requirements and color selections, may be acceptable
subject to Engineer’s approval.

1. BASF Construction Chemicals.


Qatar.
Tel: 974 432 1149 Fax: 974 432 8056
Product: MasterSeal 588.
2. FOSROC
Qatar.
Tel: 974 441 3628, Fax: 974 444 0812.
Product: Nitocoat CM 210
3. Henkel-Polybit.
UAE.
Tel: 917 6534 0007, Fax: 971 6534 9675.
Product: Polyflex.
4. Sika.
Bahrain.
Tel: 973 735 560, Fax: 973 732 476.
Product: Sikalastic 150 PDS
5. Or approved equal.

2.02 MATERIALS

A. Prepackaged, Modified Cement Waterproofing: Manufacturers proprietary blend


of dry cementitious and other ingredients for mixing with polymer admixture that
is suitable for vertical and horizontal application.

1. Two component modified cementitious coating that requires only on site


mixing dry film thickness of 2 mm or as recommended by Manufacturer.
2. The elastomeric, cement based waterproof coating shall have the
composition of following materials :
a. A blend of Portland cement, selected silica and modifying agents, when
mixed to a slurry consistency with the acrylic polymer emulsion, which
forms liquid that shall be applied by roller or brush.
b. The cured material gives an elastomeric flexible membrane.

3. Color: Grey.

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B. Physical properties:
3
1. Wet Density (Kg / m ) 1,680
2. Thickness (mm) 2.0mm
3. Tensile Strength (MPa) EN ISO 527 PT (28 Days)
Air Cured: > 0.4
Cured in water: > 0.6
4. Elongation EN ISO 527 PT (28 Days)
Air Cured: > 40%
Immersed & dried to constant mass > 40%
5. Initial Tensile Adhesion (MPa)
EN 14891 A.6.2 > 0.5
Water Impermeability
EN 14891 A.7: 150 KPa – no penetration
DIN 1048: 7 bar
6. Crack Bridging Ability
EN 14891 A.8.2 > 0.6mm
7. Crack Bridging Ability with reinforcing mesh
ASTM C836/C1305 > 1.5mm

C. Mesh: 100% Virgin polypropylene woven fabric – use strip form over joints and
cracks and as reinforcement for the whole application.

D. Repair and Patching Compound: As per section 03 3000 “Cast-in-Place


Concrete”.

2.03 PROPORTION AND DESIGN OF MIXES

A. Prepackaged Modified Cement Waterproofing.


1. Add prepackaged dry ingredients to mixing liquid according to manufacturer’s
written instructions. Mix together with mechanical mixer to required
consistency.

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