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PERCEPT WATERPROOFING SERVICES LTD

#4, 1st Main, Chinnappanahalli


Marathahalli Outer Ring Road.
Bangalore - 560037

SUBMISSION OF WATERPROOFING SYSTEM TITAN COMPANY LIMITED, BANGALORE

INDEX
SPECIFICATION
METHODOLOGY

PILE HEAD PROTECTION SYSTEM

Supplying and providing pile cap encapsulation treatment, around the pile cap at the ground level with
hydrophilic water bar 20x20mm. On top of this, Dr. Fixit Pidigrout 10M free flow/self-leveling grout @
15mm thick with leak proof shuttering. Over this Dr. Fixit Flexshield E45 should be fixed including covering
with geo textile and protecting the entire system with high strength epoxy resin bedding grout & mortar.
METHODOLOGY
Materials
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Hydrophilic Water bar: Flexible adhesive strip water stop.


Dr. Fixit Pidigrout 10M : Free flow/self leveling grout
Dr. Fixit Flexshield E45: High performance non reinforced EPDM membrane.
Polygrout EY 3000: High strength epoxy resin bedding grout & mortar

Tools and Machineries


1. Cleaning tools, brushes, gloves etc.
2. Shuttering plate.
Surface preparation
1. Initial cleaning the surface.
2. The entire area shall be taken up for thorough surface preparation mechanical removal of debris,
laitance and protrusions, etc.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE
1. Fixing around the pile cap at the ground level with hydrophilic water bar 20x20mm.
2. Fixing the shuttering plate with 15mm clear cover (ensuring that shuttering plate should be leak
proof).
3. Pouring the free flow/self leveling grout.
4. Curing after 6 hrs of initial setting.
5. Removing the shuttering plate after 24hrs and curing as per standard procedure.
6. Over this, Dr. Fixit Flexshield E45 should be fixed using uncured EPDM at corners and covering with
geo textile with proper over lapping.
7. Protecting the entire system with high strength epoxy resin bedding grout & mortar.

RAFT

SPECIFICATION:
First part: Providing & laying of protective Geo textile fabric 150GSM over the entire membrane with
proper overlaps.
Second part: Supplying and providing waterproofing treatment with first layer of specially formulated
single-ply (45Mil) 1.12mm Dr. Fixit Flexshield E45 EPDM non-reinforced (Ethylene, Propylene, Dine
Monomer) membrane or equivalent non-reinforced black. Membrane shall be laid loose above the concrete
surface. Overlap joint shall be made using twin Tape technology. Membrane shall have minimum of 100mm
side and end laps which shall be sealed with highly formulated Double sided TAPE.

Third part: Providing & laying of protective Geotextile fabric 150GSM over the entire membrane with
proper overlaps.
Forth part: Providing and laying a 50 mm thick concrete screed (1:2:4) for facilitating the assembly of the
reinforcement for the RCC Raft over it.
METHODOLOGY
Materials
1. Dr Fixit Flexshield E45: High performance non reinforced EPDM membrane.
2. Geo textile.
Tools and Machineries
1. Buckets, cleaning tools, brushes, gloves etc.
A.1.1 Surface preparation
1. Sub base should be well compacted and blinding plain concrete (PCC) laid to the level as designated
by the site engineer
2. Any loose mortar and debris should be removed from the blinding concrete surface
3. The undulations in the surface should be repaired with sand cement mortar to achieve smooth surface.
A.1.2 Approach for Waterproofing Treatment on Base Raft Concrete
1. Lay 150 gsm per meter grade Geotextile layer as protection to membrane from undulations and
protrusion of sharp edges from the blinding concrete layer
2. Dr. Fixit Flexshield 1.12 mm thick EPDM rubber membrane should be lose laid with use of Dr. Fixit
Splicing adhesive at overlap joints of the membrane
3. Lay further one more layer of geo-textile membrane as protection to the membrane from further
construction activity in the area
4. Apply 50 mm thick M20 screed over the geo-textile and further activity of reinforcement laying for
casting of the base slab and concreting of the base slab can be continued
A.1.3.2 Application Technique for Dr. Fixit Flexshield EPDM Membrane
Application of Vertical Membrane
Before application of the membrane on the base slab, the drains, up stands / protrusions, corner fillets etc.
must be covered using Dr. Fixit Flexshield SV membrane for easy & durable installation and bond using Dr.
Fixit Flexshield Adhesive SA
1. Before the sheets are laid, mark out datum lines with chalk, etc., so that the membranes can be
arranged properly and paralleled with reference to the edges of raft area.
2. First arrange to lay the membrane according to datum line from one side of the raft, and fold back to
half its Length.
3. Before applying Flexshield adhesive, stir it in the container to achieve a uniform mix without any
sediment at the bottom.
4. Apply bonding adhesive, Dr. Fixit Flexshield Adhesive on to the clean and prepared substrate and
also on to the back of the membrane that has been folded. Ensure that the membrane to be fully
bonded.
5. Adhesive must be then trowel applied in a thin even coat on membrane and the substrate. An excess
of adhesive will prolong the drying time.
6. Care must be taken not to apply Flexshield Bonding Adhesive over an area that is to be cleaned later
and overlapped to the adjacent membrane (from its underside). This is to be done also at the
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peripheries of the membranes or their termination (from the underside. Use a chalk line mark or a
masking tape on the area to be overlapped (Splicing Area) and the ends of the membrane (for 5070mm) that has to remain clean.
Let the solvent evaporate naturally until the adhesive attains a tacky condition. Drying time will vary
depending on the climatic conditions and coverage rate. Never use a hot air dryer to accelerate the
process. In temperatures of 300 to 350 C, the drying time is approximately 5 to 10 minutes. Refer
datasheet of Dr. Fixit Flexshield Bonding Adhesive for more details.
Unfold back the first half of the Flexshield membrane carefully to ensure that there are no wrinkles
during the sticking process. The sticking process can be done with a roller. Since Flexshield comes in
a size of 20/25 m long & 1.2/3 m wide, maintaining the parallel position with respect to the datum
lines, spread and sticking, is very important.
Repeat the bonding procedure for other half of Flexshield membrane. Keep repeating this procedure
for every roll to complete the laying of Flexshield for the entire area.
Wait for 2 Days for the bonding adhesive to dry completely, to avoid joint failures before taking up
slicing of the joints.
An overlap of 50 70mm along the length or as specified is a must. A masking tape must be first
stuck to the laid membrane. Overlapping portions must be abraded with an emery paper thoroughly
and wiped / cleaned properly with a dry cloth.
Use Dr. Fixit Flexshield Adhesive SA to adhere the overlapped membrane portions.
Now, from the underside, remove the masking tape. Apply 2 coats of Dr. Fixit Flexshield Adhesive
SA. Please note that the overlapping in case of Flexshield application is done by tucking it below the
earlier membrane.
Thoroughly roll on the overlapped area with a 50-70 mm wide metallic roller.
If any damages occur due to unavoidable circumstances, apply a patch cut to the required shape with
Flexshield membrane itself, and stick with Dr. Fixit Flexshield Adhesive SA. The patch must be 2
more on all sides of the damaged area.
Termination of the base EPDM membrane at the retaining wall raft level with twin stick tape.
RETAINING WALL

SPECIFICATION
First part: The vertical surface of the concrete retaining wall shall be taken up for thorough surface
preparation with compressed air blowing and mechanical removal of debris, laitance, etc. It shall be
waterproofed with a mechanical spray application at 3.35kg/ Sqm to achieve a minimum DFT of 2mm, of Dr.
Fixit Extensa, a water-based, near zero-VOC, eco-friendly, and 2 part hybrid polymers based liquid
membrane comprising of a liquid base and its catalyst, applied with a special twin nozzle compressed air
operated gun.
Second part: Providing & installing protection board (8mm dimple board).
METHODOLOGY
Materials
1. Dr Fixit Extensa: water-based, near zero-VOC, eco-friendly, and 2 part hybrid polymers based liquid
membrane.
2. Dimple Board.
Tools and Machineries
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3.

Plural Component Spray equipment with accessories.


Buckets, cleaning tools, brushes, gloves etc.
Hot air blower.
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Surface preparation
1.
2.

Initial cleaning the surface.


The entire area of the shall be taken up for thorough surface preparation using compressed air and
mechanical removal of debris, laitance, protrusions, etc.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
1. The entire area of the RCC wall surface prepared by mechanically removing any laitance, debris,
deposits, protrusions, etc. It can also can be cleaned absolutely free of dust with compressed air.
2. Filling the tie rod holes.
3. Making V grove at all the construction joints.
4. Injection grouting at construction joints@ 1 M C/C.
5. Filling the grove with polymer mortar.
6. Construction of angle fillet.
7. Dr. Fixit Extensa shall be sprayed on the retaining walls; the Spray application of Dr. Fixit Extensa
shall be done with its designated equipment repeatedly to build up 2mm thickness, which shall set in a
few minutes, producing a non-sagging textured finish.
8. Over this, Providing & fixing 8mm dimple board.

WATERBODIES AND UG SUMP

SPECIFICATION
First part: Providing and applying two component ACRYLIC POLYMER MODIFIED CEMENTITIOUS
flexible waterproofing, Dr. Fixit Fastflex. The system includes base preparation of cleaning, brushing and
removal of flaky materials, grouting the porous area with cementitious grout, proper coving between slab and
wall junctions and applying Dr. Fixit Fastflex in two coats @ 1kg/M2/coat. Coating shall be done on the
entire horizontal surface. Vertical areas etc., complete as per Manufacturer's methodology and specification.
Second part: Providing and applying polymeric waterproof plastering with CM 1:4 of thickness 15mm for
floor and walls admixed with Dr Fixit Pidiproof LW+ @ 0.2litre/bag of cement as per manufacturer's
specifications and consultants approval, including curing etc. complete
Third part: Supplying and applying of two coats of food grade epoxy Dr. Fixit Safeguard @500/Gms/M2.
(In two coats @250gms/M2/coat).
METHODOLOGY
Materials
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Dr. Fixit Bathseal Grout: cementitious, expanding, non-shrink grout.


Dr. Fixit Bathseal Tape: two-way adhesion tape.
Dr. Fixit Pidicrete URP: polymer based bonding agent (Styrene butadiene rubber latex).
Dr. Fixit Fastflex: acrylic polymer modified cementitious flexible membrane.
Dr. Fixit Safeguard: food grade epoxy.

Tools and Machineries


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Grouting pump
Drilling machine
Chisel and hammer.
Wire brush, cleaning brush, gloves, bucket, paint brush, PVC nipples etc.
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PREPARATION
1. The area water proofing should be protected with proper barricades.
2. Initial cleaning the surface.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE
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4.

Initial cleaning the surface.


All bore packing with free flow non shrink grout/micro concrete for drain outlets.
Ponding test for 24 hours.
If any leaking points found, to be pressure grouted with PVC nipples and 40PSI grouting pump using
cement slurry mixed with non-shrink admixture @225gms per bag of cement.
5. After pressure grouting, final cleaning the surface, surface should be free from Grease, oils, loose
particle, dirt, dust etc.
6. If surface undulations or honeycombs, should be filled and leveled with SBR modified mortar.
7. Providing & laying of angle fillets at the junction of slab & vertical walls prepared with cement sand
mortar 1:3 admixed with 5% of Dr. Fixit Pidicrete URP by weight of cement.
8. Curing for one day.
9. Pre wet the surface.
10. Applying two component heavy duty ACRYLIC POLYMER MODIFIED CEMENTITIOUS flexible
waterproofing, DR. Fixit Fastflex @2kg per Sqm.
11. Coating shall be done on the entire horizontal and vertical surface up to the wall top level.
12. Curing for 48 hours @ four intervals.
13. Protective plastering with CM 1:4 of thickness 15mm for floor and walls admixed with Dr Fixit
Pidicrete URP @ 1 liter/bag of cement.
14. Applying of two coats of food grade epoxy Dr. Fixit Safeguard @500gms /M2. (In two coats
@250gms /M2 /coat).

ROOF LEC SYSTEM

SPECIFICATION

Providing and applying Dr. Fixit Low Energy Consumption System in the following sequence

First part: Repairing cracks by cutting & making V groove in 25x25 mm, with polymer modified mortar
using Dr. Fixit Pidicrete URP, filling the groove with CM (1:3) mixed with polymer 10% by weight of
cement.
Second part: Spray apply an average 30mm thick Dr. Fixit Foamshield, a water blown, polyurethane foam
with a core density of 45-50 kg /m3, thermal conductivity of 0.018 W/mk at 25C mean temperature as per
ASTM C518/91, compressive strength with rise of 4.2 kg/cm2 as per ASTM D-1621/94, Fire resistance
property confirming to Class B2 as per DIN 4102 and water absorption with protective coating @ 0.0019
gm/cc per cm2 as per ASTM C-272.
Third part: Supply and apply of Dr. Fixit Roof seal @1kg/Sqm, brush applied waterproofing coating with
an elongation of 500%.
Forth part: Spreading150gsm Geotextile (non-woven polyester).
Fifth part: A bitumen filler board of 10mm thickness for construction joints shall be placed vertically to
form a rectangular bay not exceed 12m2. This board will aid to meet the required slope

Sixth part: All around on the roof, at the parapet wall junction, an angular fillet of 50 mm X 50 mm shall be
trowel applied in cement-sand mortar (cement, sand mortar shall be supplied by you) in 1:3 proportion.
Seventh part: Supplying and applying slope making and protection with 75mm avg. thick M20 grade
screeding, including control joints of 3M X 4M size and filling the panels with sealant.
Eighth part: The bituminous filler board shall be exposed by means of a mechanical cutting machine. The
grooves formed by exposing the filler board shall be applied with polysulphide sealant, Dr. Fixit Pidiseal PS
41 G / 42 P, or Dr. Fixit PU sealant. The width of the sealant fill shall not be more than approx. 10 mm and
10 mm deep.
Ninth part: Over this apply two finishing coats of a total of 600 micron of Dr. Fixit New coat Ezee, a UV
resistant, fiber reinforced water based acrylic coating with a roller / brush which has crack bridging ability
up to 2mm width, elongation at break as 100% as per ASTM D 412 : 2002.
METHODOLOGY
Materials
1. Dr. Fixit Pidicrete URP: liquid polymer.
2. Dr. Fixit Foamshield: water blown, polyurethane foam.
3. Dr Fixit Roof seal: water-based, near zero-VOC, eco-friendly and single part polymers based liquid
membrane.
4. Bitumen filler board.
5. Dr. Fixit Pidiseal PS 41 G / 42 P, or Dr. Fixit PU sealant: polysulphide/PU base sealant.
6. Dr. Fixit New coat: UV resistant, fiber reinforced water based acrylic.
7. Cement, sand and aggregates etc
8. Geotextile: 150gsm.
Tools and Machineries
1. Plural Component Spray equipment with accessories
2. Buckets, cleaning tools, brushes, gloves etc.
3. 300CFM compressor.
Surface preparation
1. Initial cleaning the surface.
2. The entire area of the shall be taken up for thorough surface preparation using compressed air and
mechanical removal of debris, laitance, protrusions, etc.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE
1. The Roof Slab shall be inspected by an application specialist from the manufacturer's office and
confirm the acceptance for the application of the system.
2. The roof area shall be cleaned using a compressed air system, to ensure that the substrate is free from
dust, laitance, debris, etc. Appropriate repair materials from the Dr. Fixit range shall be applied to
make good any cracks, crevices, etc., in the substrate.
3. Any pipes or openings/protrusions shall be provided prior to taking up the surface preparation.
4. Since this application would be quite thick, adequate provision must be made to provide water vents
to the drain points in the roof, pointing upwards, so that rain water will drain with ease into them &
pass off into the down-take rainwater pipes.
5. Spray application of Dr. Fixit Foamshield, polyurethane foam of 50 kg / cum. Density, at an average
thickness of 30mm.
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Dr. Fixit Roof seal shall be applied @1kg/Sqm.


Water Ponding/Flood test shall be conducted after the application.
Water shall be filled up and retained for at least 24 to 48 hrs.
After emptying the water, a geo textile membrane of 150gsm shall be placed.
A bitumen board meant for construction joints shall be placed vertically at 3 to 4 meters along the
length and breadth of the roof area. Each rectangular bay formed in this manner shall not exceed
16sqm.
Concrete screed of M 20 grade shall be cast into these bays, either from a concrete mixer or, by a
RMC pump, maintaining the requisite slope of at least 1 in 100.
All around on the roof, at the parapet wall junction, an angular fillet of 50 mm X 50 mm shall be
trowel-applied in cement-sand mortar in 1: 3 proportion, in which the sand shall be cleaned & washed
of its silt content.
Curing of the concrete screed & angle fillet shall be done as per regular concrete curing practices, by
means of regularly wetting a hessian cloth.
A few days later the bituminous filler board shall be exposed by means of a mechanical cutting
machine, and lose mortar shall be cleaned or vacuum-sucked to make a clean surface.
The grooves formed by exposing the filler board shall be applied with polysulphide sealant, Dr. Fixit
Pidiseal PS 41 G / 42 P, or Dr. Fixit PU sealant. The width of the sealant fill shall not be more than
approximate 10 mm and 10 mm deep.
2 to 3 days later, primed with Dr. Fixit Primeseal including Dr. Fixit New coat Ezee acrylic
elastomeric coating over the angle fillet and right up to the flashing level on the parapet wall, in 2
coats to achieve approx. 600 microns.
All around on the joint of angular fillet and parapet wall a layer of New Coat with Fiber Glass Scrim
shall be applied.
ROOF GARDEN WITH INSULLATION & WATERPROOFING

SPECIFICATION

Providing and applying Dr. Fixit Low Energy Consumption System in the following sequence

First part: Repairing cracks by cutting & making V groove in 25x25 mm, with polymer modified mortar
using Dr. Fixit Pidicrete URP, filling the groove with CM (1:3) mixed with polymer 10% by weight of
cement.
Second part: Spray apply an average 30mm thick Dr. Fixit Foamshield, a water blown, polyurethane foam
with a core density of 45-50 kg /m3, thermal conductivity of 0.018 W/mk at 25C mean temperature as per
ASTM C518/91, compressive strength with rise of 4.2 kg/cm2 as per ASTM D-1621/94, Fire resistance
property confirming to Class B2 as per DIN 4102 and water absorption with protective coating @ 0.0019
gm/cc per cm2 as per ASTM C-272.
Third part: Supply and apply of Dr. Fixit Roof seal @1kg/Sqm, brush applied waterproofing coating with
an elongation of 500%.
Forth part: Spreading150gsm Geotextile (non-woven polyester).
Fifth part: A bitumen filler board of 10mm thickness for construction joints shall be placed vertically to
form a rectangular bay not exceed 12m2. This board will aid to meet the required slope

Sixth part: All around on the roof, at the parapet wall junction, an angular fillet of 50 mm X 50 mm shall be
trowel applied in cement-sand mortar (cement, sand mortar shall be supplied by you) in 1:3 proportion.
Seventh part: Supplying and applying slope making and protection with 75mm avg. thick M20 grade
screeding, including control joints of 3M X 4M size and filling the panels with sealant.
Eighth part: The bituminous filler board shall be exposed by means of a mechanical cutting machine. The
grooves formed by exposing the filler board shall be applied with polysulphide sealant, Dr. Fixit Pidiseal PS
41 G / 42 P, or Dr. Fixit PU sealant. The width of the sealant fill shall not be more than approx. 10 mm and
10 mm deep.
Ninth part: Providing and laying 4mm thick Anti root membrane reinforced with 160 GSM non-woven
polyester matt. The membrane should be applied by torching, including priming with compatible primer and
the overlaps should be kept at 100mm minimum. The membrane should be finished with touchable
polyethylene on top and bottom and should have good chemical resistance, high melting point, flexible and
elastic with high adhesive strength.
Tenth part: Providing & installing protection board (8mm dimple board) with bonded polypropylene fleece
on top side.
METHODOLOGY
Materials
1. Dr. Fixit Pidicrete URP: liquid polymer.
2. Dr. Fixit Foamshield: water blown, polyurethane foam.
3. Dr Fixit Roof seal: water-based, near zero-VOC, eco-friendly and single part polymers based liquid
membrane.
4. Bitumen filler board.
5. Dr. Fixit Pidiseal PS 41 G / 42 P, or Dr. Fixit PU sealant: polysulphide/PU base sealant.
6. Dr. Fixit New coat: UV resistant, fiber reinforced water based acrylic.
7. Cement, sand and aggregates etc
8. Geotextile: 150gsm.
9. Dr.Fixit 4mm thick Anti root membrane sand finished top and reinforced with 160 GSM non-woven
polyester matt
10. Dr. Fixit Torchshield Primer: Bitumen based primer.
Tools and Machineries
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3.
4.

Plural Component Spray equipment with accessories


Buckets, cleaning tools, brushes, gloves etc.
300CFM compressor.
Hot air blower.

Surface preparation
1. Initial cleaning the surface.
2. The entire area of the shall be taken up for thorough surface preparation using compressed air and
mechanical removal of debris, laitance, protrusions, etc.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE
1.

The Roof Slab shall be inspected by an application specialist from the manufacturer's office and
confirm the acceptance for the application of the system.
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2. The roof area shall be cleaned using a compressed air system, to ensure that the substrate is free from
dust, laitance, debris, etc. Appropriate repair materials from the Dr. Fixit range shall be applied to
make good any cracks, crevices, etc., in the substrate.
3. Any pipes or openings/protrusions shall be provided prior to taking up the surface preparation.
4. Since this application would be quite thick, adequate provision must be made to provide water vents
to the drain points in the roof, pointing upwards, so that rain water will drain with ease into them &
pass off into the down-take rainwater pipes.
5. Spray application of Dr. Fixit Foamshield, polyurethane foam of 50 kg / cum. Density, at an average
thickness of 30mm.
6. Dr. Fixit Roof seal shall be applied @1kg/Sqm.
7. Water Ponding/Flood test shall be conducted after the application.
8. Water shall be filled up and retained for at least 24 to 48 hrs.
9. After emptying the water, a geo textile membrane of 150gsm shall be placed.
10. A bitumen board meant for construction joints shall be placed vertically at 3 to 4 meters along the
length and breadth of the roof area. Each rectangular bay formed in this manner shall not exceed
16sqm.
11. Concrete screed of M 20 grade shall be cast into these bays, either from a concrete mixer or, by a
RMC pump, maintaining the requisite slope of at least 1 in 100.
12. All around on the roof, at the parapet wall junction, an angular fillet of 50 mm X 50 mm shall be
trowel-applied in cement-sand mortar in 1: 3 proportion, in which the sand shall be cleaned & washed
of its silt content.
13. Curing of the concrete screed & angle fillet shall be done as per regular concrete curing practices, by
means of regularly wetting a hessian cloth.
14. A few days later the bituminous filler board shall be exposed by means of a mechanical cutting
machine, and lose mortar shall be cleaned or vacuum-sucked to make a clean surface.
15. The grooves formed by exposing the filler board shall be applied with polysulphide sealant, Dr. Fixit
Pidiseal PS 41 G / 42 P, or Dr. Fixit PU sealant. The width of the sealant fill shall not be more than
approximate 10 mm and 10 mm deep.
16. Then priming the surface with Dr. Fixit Torchshield Primer @100ml/Sqm.
17. After 4hrs, 4mm thick Anti root membrane will be torched fully to the surface, keeping 100mm
overlaps including torch sealing at the overlaps and joints.
18. Over this protection board (dimple board) with bonded polypropylene fleece on top side.

Dr. FIXIT BATHSEAL SYSTEM FOR TOILETS

SPECIFICATION
First part: BORE PACKING: All the pipes to placed / inserted in the core cut areas, shall be wrapped
around by the Dr. Fixit Bathseal Tape, a twin sided adhesive tape and placed appropriately to be grouted
around the cut bores. The grouting of the gaps between the pipe and the core cutting shall be done by an
expansive cementitious grout Dr. Fixit Bathseal Grout that shall be poured into the gaps after fixing in place
an effective leak-free shuttering.
Second part: WATERPROOFING: Providing and applying two component ACRYLIC POLYMER
MODIFIED CEMENTITIOUS flexible waterproofing, Dr. Fixit Fastflex. The system includes base
preparation of cleaning, brushing and removal of flack materials, grouting the porous area with cementitious
grout, proper coving between slab and wall junctions and applying Dr. Fixit Fastflex in two coats @
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1kg/M2/coat. Coating shall be done on the entire horizontal surface. Vertical areas:- The coating has to be
continued 300 mm up to the wall leveled., complete as per Manufacturer's methodology and specification.
Third part: PROTECTION: Providing and applying polymeric waterproof plastering with CM 1:4 of
thickness 15mm for floor and walls admixed with Dr. Fixit Pidiproof LW+: Integral Waterproofing
Compound @ 0.2litre/bag of cement as per manufacturer's specifications and curing etc. complete.
METHODOLOGY
Materials
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3.
4.
5.

Dr. Dr. Fixit Fastflex: acrylic polymer modified cementitious flexible membrane.
Dr. Fixit Pidiproof LW+: Integral Waterproofing Compound.
Dr. Fixit Bathseal Tape: a twin sided adhesive tape.
Dr. Fixit Bathseal Grout: cementitious grout.
Dr. Fixit Pidicrete URP: polymer based bonding agent (Styrene butadiene rubber latex).

Tools and Machineries


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2.
3.
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Grouting pump
Drilling machine
Chisel and hammer
Wire brush, cleaning brush, gloves, bucket, paint brush, PVC nipples etc.

PREPARATION
1. The area water proofing should be protected with proper barricades.
2. Initial cleaning the surface.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE
1. Initial cleaning the surface.
2. All bore packing:
a. Pipes to be placed/inserted in the core cut areas, shall be wrapped around by Dr. Fixit Bathseal Tape.
b. Pipes to be inserted in the core cut areas with effective leak-free shuttering.
c. The inserted pipe appropriately to be grouted, around the cut bores with Dr. Fixit Bathseal Grout.
3. After curing the bore packing, ponding test shall be carried for 24 hours.
4. If any leaking points found to be pressure grouted after fixing the PVC nipples and 40PSI grout pump
using cement slurry mixed with non-shrink admixture @225gms per bag of cement.
5. After pressure grouting, final cleaning the surface, surface should be free from Grease, oils, loose
particle, dirt, dust etc.
6. Providing & laying of angle fillets at the junction of slab & vertical walls prepared with cement sand
mortar 1:3 admixed with 5% of Dr. Fixit Pidicrete URP by weight of cement.
7. Curing for a day.
8. Pre wet the surface.
9. Applying two component acrylic polymer modified cementitious flexible waterproofing, Dr. Dr. Fixit
Fastflex @1Kg per Sqm (in two coats).
10. The coating shall be done on the entire horizontal surface to be continued 300 mm up to the wall level.
11. Curing for 48 hours @ four hours intervals.
12. Applying polymeric waterproof plastering with CM 1:4 of thickness 15mm for floor and walls,
admixed with Dr. Fixit Pidiproof LW+: Integral Waterproofing Compound @ 0.2litre/bag of cement.
13. Curing as per procedure.

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FOR PLANTER BOXES

SPECIFICATION
First part: Supplying and applying Dr. Fixit Flexicoat PU (I), single component, pitch modified
polyurethane, cold applied, elastomeric waterproofing liquid membrane. The system consists of priming the
surface with Dr. Fixit Torchshield Primer and applying the waterproofing treatment for a DFT of 1mm.
Second part: Providing and applying polymeric waterproof plastering with CM 1:4 of thickness 15mm for
floor and walls admixed with Dr. Fixit Pidiproof LW+: Integral Waterproofing Compound @ 0.2litre/bag of
cement as per manufacturer's specifications and curing etc. complete.
METHODOLOGY
Materials
Dr Fixit Flexicoat PU (I): is a single component, pitch modified polyurethane.
2. Cement & sand etc.
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Tools and Machineries


1. Plural Component Spray equipment with accessories.
2. Buckets, cleaning tools, brushes, gloves etc.
3. Hot air blower.
Surface preparation
1. Initial cleaning the surface.
2. The entire area of the shall be taken up for thorough surface preparation using compressed air and
mechanical removal of debris, laitance, protrusions, etc.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE
1. The entire Planter box area surface prepared by mechanically removing any laitance, debris, deposits,
protrusions, etc. It can also can be cleaned absolutely free of dust with compressed air.
2. Making V grove at all the construction joints.
3. Injection grouting at construction joints@ 1 M C/C.
4. Filling the grove with polymer mortar.
5. Construction of angle fillet.
6. Dr. Fixit Flexicoat PU shall be applied on the Planter box area and the system consists of applying the
waterproofing treatment @ 1Ltr. /Sqm.
7. Final coat should be followed by sand spreading.
8. Applying polymeric waterproof plastering with CM 1:4 of thickness 15mm for floor and walls,
admixed with Dr. Fixit Pidiproof LW+: Integral Waterproofing Compound @ 0.2litre/bag of cement.
9. Curing as per procedure.

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