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RoofPRO Advanced

RoofPRO Advanced

A terrace or roof is the top covering of your safe haven, shielding all your loved ones and cherished possessions inside it towards rain and extreme weather conditions during summer and winter. Unfortunately, an envelope that protects your homes' interior and exterior is the most exposed part of your home. We usually expect the roof of our houses to be watertight and robust enough to endure all the challenges nature forces in its way. But in reality, because of the constant exposure to extreme climate, roofs slowly get damaged. If we don't stop this damage, the entire structure could suffer from water leakage, seepage, and cracks.

Our Magicrete RoofPRO Advanced is a premium fiber-reinforced waterproofing coating composed of very elastic and resilient acrylic polymers, graded fillers, weather durable pigments, additives, microfibers, and high quality biocidal, mixed in a water medium. It is usually used as a 3 layer coating system for structures where high-performance waterproofing is necessary. 

Typically these structures are large roofs where RoofPRO advanced provides 3-layer protection with fiber mesh coated between two coats of RoofPRO Advanced. It is best for flat roofs, terraces, and podiums. It also works as a great coating over existing cementitious waterproofing area Brickbat Coba, concrete screeds, acrylic coatings, sound APP membranes, and more.

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Suitable For: Waterproofing roofs/terraces and podiums. Size: 4 Ltr & 20 Ltr Pail

Features

Easy overcoating

Easy overcoating

Can be easily over coated over existing surfaces that were in the past coated with acrylic based elastomeric coatings

Easy application

Easy application

Does not require that previous sound brickbat coba, and/or plaster concrete surface prior to application. Furthermore, very easy application using a brush & roller, also it can be effortlessly overcoated

UV resistant and Weatherproof

UV resistant and Weatherproof

Provides a long-lasting protection against UV and weather-related deterioration and degradation

Abrasion resistant

Abrasion resistant

Is highly resistant abrasion, due which, it is comfortably able to accept foot traffic without any requirement for additional protective coating

Crack bridging

Crack bridging

Used for bridging cracks that measure up to 2mm wide

Tensile strength and Bonding

Tensile strength and Bonding

Imparts much higher tensile strength, making it resistant to tears and cracks, and providing better bonding strength with cementitious substrates

Technical Specification

PARAMETERS SPECIFICATIONS
Appearance White
UV Resistant Excellent
Water Vapor Transmission 19 g/m2/day
Solid Content 60 +/- 5 %
Crack Bridging Ability Upto 2 mm
Fungus Resistant Satisfactory
Tensile Strength >0.9 N/mm²
Chloride Permeability Very Low
Adhesion Bond Strength 1.0 N/mm²

Knowledge Base

FAQs

Which waterproofing is best?

Opting for the best waterproofing solution for your building is crucial to ensure its integrity and well-being. The ideal waterproofing should entirely block the entry of pressurized water into your structure. Magicrete offers distinctive waterproofing solutions tailored for various application areas. We recommend selecting the finest waterproofing solutions from options such as Unimix IW, Unibond SBR, BathPRO Advanced, RoofPRO Advanced, WallPRO, PrimeKote, and CrackPRO.

Which material is used for waterproofing?

A range of waterproofing materials is utilized across various construction sectors to shield structures from water damage. The commonly employed and most effective waterproofing materials comprise Cementitious Coating, Bituminous-based Membrane, Polyurethane Liquid Membrane, Rubberized Asphalt, EDPM Rubber, Thermoplastic, and PVC Waterproofing Membrane.

What are waterproofing methods?

Selecting an appropriate waterproofing method for your specific application is crucial. The following are various techniques for waterproofing: 

1. Cementitious Waterproofing 

2. Liquid Waterproofing Membrane 

3. Bituminous Membrane Waterproofing Method 

4. Polyurethane Waterproofing 

5. Bituminous Coating Waterproofing

What are the four steps to waterproofing?

Ensuring proper waterproofing for your structure is imperative. The four fundamental steps in the waterproofing process are as follows: 

1. Clean and smooth the substrate. 

2. Prepare the sub-surface adequately. 

3. Apply the primer. 

4. Apply the waterproofing membrane.

What is waterproofing roof?

It becomes crucial to enhance the protection of your rooftop through waterproofing. The application of waterproofing materials on your roof helps prevent leaks and, concurrently, safeguards your walls and support beams from potential rot caused by water damage. Magicrete recommends opting for -RoofPRO Advanced to ensure a robust and watertight roof.

How long should waterproofing last?

Opting for high-quality waterproofing ensures a durability of at least ten years for your structure. Conversely, selecting subpar waterproofing can lead to future issues for your building. It is advisable to steer clear of inferior workmanship and low-quality waterproofing products. Instead, we recommend selecting from Magicrete's extensive range of waterproofing products, designed to provide longer-lasting protection.

What is a bituminous membrane?

Bituminous membranes are widely recognized as the most suitable waterproofing material for structures. These hydrophobic sheets ensure that water is effectively kept out of your building when installed. Bituminous sheets serve as a protective barrier for roofs, guarding against water infiltration. Additionally, these membranes function as water repellents for basements, bridges, and various other structures.

What type of cement is recommended for waterproofing?

The optimal choice for waterproofing is water repellent cement. This hydrophobic concrete incorporates Portland cement with top-notch additives. By acting as a protective waterproofing shield, water repellent cement enhances the strength of your structure. Utilizing waterproofing cement ensures prevention of water seepage.