Correct substrate preparation, the application of a primer layer and the subsequent levelling of the substrate are the prerequisites for ensuring the lasting serviceability of WestWood waterproofing and surfacing systems.
Substrate preparation is designed to create a sound substrate with good adhesion properties throughout.
The primer that is then applied acts as a barrier to protect absorbent substrates from any rising water vapour and other gases and ensures the best possible adhesion. In the case of non-absorbent substrates the primer ensures optimum adhesion. The primer may even be dispensed with on some substrates.
The subsequent levelling operation smooths out any unevenness or negative gradient slopes and closes open joints.
A substrate that has been prepared and pre-treated in this way represents a sound foundation for WestWood systems and makes it possible for those systems to achieve lasting serviceability.
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WestWood Liquid Technologies Ltd.
31 Morris Road,
Nuffield Industrial Estate
Poole, Dorset BH17 0GG
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