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New waterproofing solutions for demanding applications

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BASF cloudMasterSeal M 689 waterproofing membranes provide high chemical resistance to a wide range of substances, as well as an outstanding elasticity and toughness, ensuring longterm durability of the membrane, even when exposed to the most demanding situations, says the manufacturer. In addition, MasterSeal M 689 features high mechanical resistance, so it can be used in storage areas with regular traffic, protecting secondary-containment facilities, basins, pipeline bridges or trafficked impounding basins, and stopping any leakage before it reaches soil or groundwater. MasterSeal M 689 shows high crack-bridging capacities, both static (Class A5 according EN 1504 part 2) and dynamic (Class B4.2 according EN 1504 part 2), even at temperatures below 0ºC. — BASF SE, Ludwigshafen, Germany

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