MasterLife WP 3760 - Crystalline waterproofing admixture for concrete & mortars

How does MasterLife WP 376 work?

MasterLife WP 3760 crystalline waterproofing powder admixture is an integral crystalline capillary waterproofing admixture for concrete. It is designed for use in above- and below-grade applications. 

MasterLife WP 3760 consists of Portland cement, very fine treated silica sand and various active, proprietary chemicals. These active chemicals react with the moisture in fresh concrete with the by-products of cement hydration to cause a reaction, which generates an insoluble crystalline deposit throughout the pores and capillary tracts of the concrete. Thus the concrete with MasterLife WP 3760 reduces water permeability. This product also has a selfhealing property under presence of moisture and can heal cracks below 0.4 mm. 

What is MasterLife WP 3760 used for?

MasterLife WP 3760 should be used in all structural concrete that is constantly or intermittently in contact with water such as sea walls, tunnels, basements, structural and precast concrete. MasterLife WP 3760 can also be used as crystalline waterproofing admixture for cement mortars and plasters. 

To waterproof structures such as: 

  • Building Basement and foundations 
  • Sewage and water treatment plants 
  • Dams, canals, Tunnels, Harbours 
  • Tunnel and subway systems 
  • Water reservoirs 
  • Concrete pipes 
  • Parking structures 
  • Pre-Cast, Cast-in-Place and Shotcrete applications 
  • Swimming pools 
  • Retaining walls & sea defense walls 

What are the advantages of MasterLife WP 3760?

  • Crystalline cementitious material 
  • Integral addition 
  • Reduces concrete permeability 
  • Allows concrete to breathe 
  • Non toxic 
  • Becomes an integral part of the concrete 

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