MasterSeal 550 - Flexible, cementitious waterproofing membrane

How does MasterSeal 550 work?

Flextight is an acrylic-modified, Portland cement-based flexible, waterproofing membrane for concrete and masonry. Use it above or below grade on interior or exterior surfaces.

Recommended uses:

  • Walls and floors
  • Tiled pools and fountains
  • Plaza decks
  • Balconies
  • Mechanical rooms

What makes MasterSeal 550 a unique solution?

  • Waterproof membrane
  • Creates a flexible membrane
  • Breathable
  • Ready-to-use kit

How can you benefit from MasterSeal 550?

  • Protects against soil moisture and water seepage; extends life of structural slabs and underlayment
  • Accommodates substrate movement; prevents cracks from telegraphing; provides excellent underlayment for thin-set tile applications
  • Allows interior moisture vapor to escape
  • Easy to mix and place
  • Environmentally friendly; low odor

MasterSeal 501/502

Components of BASF’s crystalline capillary waterproofing system

MasterSeal 505

Blend of hydraulic cements, well-graded sands and additives supplied in dry powder form

MasterSeal 550

Acrylic-modified, Portland cement-based flexible, waterproofing membrane for concrete and masonry

MasterSeal 910

Suitable for all construction joints subject to hydrostatic pressure, on one or both sides

MasterSeal 912

One component, moisture curing pre-polymer which is reswellable when in contact with water

MasterSeal HLM 5000

One-component, moisture-curing, bitumen-modified polyurethane elastomeric waterproofing membrane for exterior below-grade or between-slab applications

Downloads

MasterSeal 501/502: Technical Data Sheet (ref. MasterSeal 501/502/01/0313)

pdf (232.27 Kb)

MasterSeal 505: Technical Data Sheet (ref.: MasterSeal 505/01/0313)

pdf (230.35 Kb)

MasterSeal 550: Technical Data Sheet (ref.: Masterseal 550/01/0313)

pdf (231.39 Kb)

MasterSeal 910: Technical Data Sheet (ref.: BASF_CC-UAE/Sl_910_12_94/v1/11_13)

pdf (33.97 Kb)

MasterSeal 912: Technical Data Sheet (ref.: BASF_CC-UAE/Sl_912_04_02/v1/12_13)

pdf (37.09 Kb)