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Perm-A-Barrier VPLVPL Low Temp


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Description

Perm-A-Barrier® VPL Low Temp (LT) is a two-component, fluid-applied, acrylic membrane that cures to form a resilient, monolithic, fully bonded elastomeric sheet when applied to construction surfaces at temperatures between 20°F (-7°C) and rising to 60°F (16°C). Perm-A-Barrier® VPL LT membrane provides superior protection against the damaging effects of air and liquid water ingress on building structures. The product creates a solid barrier against air infiltration and exfiltration, which minimizes associated energy loss and condensation problems. Perm-A-Barrier® VPL LT membrane is vapor permeable for wall assemblies requiring this “breathable” characteristic. As a vapor permeable membrane, this product permits the transfusion of water vapor that may otherwise condense in the wall structure; but is impermeable to liquid water, which allows the material to act as a water drainage plane.

CSI Specifications

  • 07 27 00 Air Barriers
  • 07 25 00 Weather Barriers
  • 07 14 00 Fluid-Applied Waterproofing
  • 07 14 16 Cold Fluid-Applied Waterproofing
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ASTM Standards

  • E2357-11
  • E331-00(2016)
  • E2178-13
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Perm-A-Barrier VPLVPL Low Temp


Stock: In stock

Description

Perm-A-Barrier® VPL Low Temp (LT) is a two-component, fluid-applied, acrylic membrane that cures to form a resilient, monolithic, fully bonded elastomeric sheet when applied to construction surfaces at temperatures between 20°F (-7°C) and rising to 60°F (16°C). Perm-A-Barrier® VPL LT membrane provides superior protection against the damaging effects of air and liquid water ingress on building structures. The product creates a solid barrier against air infiltration and exfiltration, which minimizes associated energy loss and condensation problems. Perm-A-Barrier® VPL LT membrane is vapor permeable for wall assemblies requiring this “breathable” characteristic. As a vapor permeable membrane, this product permits the transfusion of water vapor that may otherwise condense in the wall structure; but is impermeable to liquid water, which allows the material to act as a water drainage plane.