Membrane Waterproofing: Spray Applied.

Both the newest and most common membrane treatment, spray applied is a membrane that’s applied through a spray applicator. Although used after deck repairs, it is used most often to waterproof new bridges.

Process

First, the bridge deck is prepped through shot-blasting, a technique that strips away unnecessary material. Next, a rapid-setting elastometric spray that is impervious to deicing chemicals and water is applied using the spray applicator before laying down the final asphalt layer.

Benefits

  • Long-lasting. Protects bridge deck from moisture intrusion for up to 20 years
  • Easier application process
  • Initial investment prevents costly future repairs due to water damage

Consider Membrane Waterproofing: Spray Applied when

you’re constructing a new bridge that needs an easily applied, moisture-repelling base layer.