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BASF MasterSeal Traffic Systems OverviewWaterproof Deck Coatings, Do It Yourself Waterproofing, Deck Waterproofing

BASF MasterSeal Traffic Systems (formerly Sonoguard and Conipur sytems) are fluid applied traffic-grade waterproofing systems for all kinds of construction. The most common applications include high-traffic pedestrian walkways, vehicular parking garages, stadiums, walkways, balcony decks and concrete floor areas which need to be waterproof and chemically resistant. Four systems are specified, but other combinations are possible.

 

MasterSeal Traffic 1500 System (formerly Sonoguard): A lower-cost polyurethane waterproofing, traffic-bearing membrane systems for vehicular and pedestrian areas. MasterSeal 1500 products are solvent based, have some odor and are not VOC compliant in some areas. It’s a longer cure-time system. Available in 40+ colors. MasterSeal Traffic 1500 waterproofing systems are composed of:

Primers: See note below.

Basecoat:  MasterSeal M 200, a one-component, moisture-curing polyurethane. Lowest cost basecoat, but longest curing.

Topcoat: MasterSeal TC 225, a UV resistant one-component aliphatic moisture-curing polyurethane. Lowest cost topcoat, but longest curing. Available pretinted in Tan, Gray and Charcoal.

 or Topcoat: MasterSeal TC 225 Topcoats. Includes a tintable version with options for 40 standard colors and 470 custom. This is a UV resistant 2-component aliphatic moisture-curing polyurethane. Very Durable.

 

MasterSeal Traffic 2000 System (formerly Conipur II): A hybrid system of Traffic 1500 and 2500. It uses a lower cost, slower curing basecoat with a high-performance quick-curing chemically resistant. Suitable for all deck types, but generally used on parking garages. Available in 2 colors. MasterSeal Traffic 2000 is composed of:

Primer: See note below.

Basecoat: MasterSeal M 200 – a one component, moisture-curing polyurethane.

Intermediate Coat: MasterSeal TC 275 – a two-component fast curing aromatic polyurethane topcoat with outstanding mechanical properties, including high tensile strength, and excellent tear and abrasion resistance. TC 295 can also be used in the intermediate coat.

Topcoat: MasterSeal TC 295 – a UV resistant high-performance, two component, aliphatic, polyaspartic modified, high-solids, polyurethane. Available pre-tinted in Gray and Charcoal.

 

MasterSeal Traffic 2500 System (formerly Conipur I): Uses a fast-setting two-component reactive-curing mechanism for both the basecoat and topcoat layers. It has a very low odor and is VOC compliant in all areas. The topcoat is very chemical resistant. Suitable for all deck types. Available in 2 colors. It’s the fastest curing (quickest return to service) yet highest cost system. MasterSeal Traffic 2500 is composed of:

Primer: MasterSeal P 255 2-part fast cure, where required.

Basecoat: MasterSeal M 265—a two-component fast-curing polyurethane base coat with outstanding mechanical properties, including excellent elongation.

Intermediate Coat: MasterSeal TC 275 a two-component fast-curing aromatic polyurethane topcoat with outstanding mechanical properties, including high tensile strength and excellent tear and abrasion resistance. Not UV resistant. TC 295 can also be used in the intermediate coat.

Topcoat: MasterSeal TC 295 (exterior applications) – a UV resistant high-performance, two-component aliphatic, high-solids urethane waterproofing membrane designed as a topcoat for the MasterSeal Traffic 2500. Available pre-tinted in Gray and Charcoal.

 

MasterSeal Traffic 2530 System (formerly Conipur E): A fluid applied epoxy/polyurethane waterproofing system comprised of a flexible polyurethane base coat and a semi-rigid epoxy topcoat. MasterSeal Traffic 2530 uses fast setting, two-component reactive curing mechanisms. It meets VOCs in all areas and has very low odor. MasterSeal Traffic 2530 is comprised of:

Primer: MasterSeal P 255 2-part fast cure, where required.

Basecoat: MasterSeal M 265 is a two component fast curing polyurethane basecoat with outstanding mechanical properties including excellent elongation.

Topcoat: MasterSeal 350 is a two-component fast curing epoxy topcoat with limited movement capability and outstanding abrasion resistance.

 

Primers: The systems above are self priming to new plywood and newly cured concrete (dust free). All old surfaces and any chalky surface should be primed. Primer should be use when re-top-coating. Three primer options are available:

MasterSeal P 173 (formerly 733): Small 1-pint cans for small area. A one-component solvent-based primer and sealer. For use with Polyurethane Caulk, Sealants and Traffic coatings.

MasterSeal P 220, (formerly #770): A two-component water-based epoxy primer and sealer. Most expensive product.

MasterSeal P 222 (formerly #772): A one-component solvent-based primer and sealer.

MasterSeal P 255, (formerly #78): A two-component polyurethane-based fast-cure adhesive primer. Smaller kit, least expensive.

 

Application Notes:

Cold Weather Installation Notes

Field Adhesion Testing

Recoating Recommendations

Architectural Details:

Dynamic Crack Details

<1" Expansion Joint Details

1-2" Wide Expansion Joint Details

Plywood Seam Details

Wall Bearing Slab Detail

System Details:

Pedestrian Deck System, Florida State Approved

Light Vehicular Traffic System

Heavy Duty Traffic System

Extra Heavy Duty Traffic System

Under Thin-Set (Tile) Applications

 

Installation: See the balcony waterproofing Wood Based Deck or Concrete Deck examples at the bottom of this page.TrafficGard Walkway

 
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TrafficGard Over Concrete Balcony Walkway
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Primers:
  MasterSeal P 255 (formerly 78) (2-component polyurethane)
  MasterSeal P (formerly 770) (2-part, water-based epoxy)
  MasterSeal P 220 (formerly 722) (1-part, solvent based, low cost)
  MasterSeal P 173 (formerly 733) (1-part, solvent based, polyurethane primer, 1-pint)
 
Basecoats:
  MasterSeal M 200 Basecoats (easiest to use)
  MasterSeal T 265 Basecoat (2-part quick cure)Polycoat wood deck waterproofing coating
 
Topcoats:
  Conipur Topcoats (super durable, quick-cure)
  Sonoguard Topcoats (easy to use)
 
Aggregate Items:
  All Aggregate Products
  Rubber Granules / Aggregates
  Sand Aggregates
  Roofing Granules
 
For pedestrian waterproofing applications, we recommend our rubber aggregate for its resilience, flexibility, lower surface deck temperature, low moisture absorption, and provides an excellent feel & wear.
 
For a sanded finish on pedestrian decks, we recommend #2/16 deck-coat sand. Its a fine grade which is washed and kiln dried for the best quality sanded finish decks.
 
For vehicular traffic areas, we recommend the coarser #2/12 deck-coat sand for enhanced wear resistance and greater slip/skid resistance.
 
Deck Repair Products:
  Concrete Repair (various concrete crack repair items)
  Wood Deck Repair (quick-set wood deck repair)
 
Application Equipment & Supplies:
(see our other sections for additional items)
  Blowers
  Brushes & Chip Brushes
  Buckets
  Cleaners, surface precleaners
  Clean-up Solvents (restricted shipping)Deck Post Base Brackets, Khaki (20) - Deck Post Base Brackets, Khaki Color. Powder coated steel. Fits 4x4" posts. Includes screws. 20/Box. Price/Box.
  Concrete Blades and Grinders
  Concrete Surface Repair / Feathering
   (SonoSkim)
  Deck Joint / Seam Materials (seam
   reinforcement tape)
  Deck Railing Hardware
  Deck Post Flashing Hardware
  Edge Metal (see other types under "Metal
   Goods" link)
  Fabrics: 4" wide detail
             More options
  Grinders/Sanders
  MixersEPDM Interlocking Deck Paver, TERRA COTTA, 24 x 24 in,
  Rags
  Roller Covers
  Roller Frames
  Screwdrivers, Collated/Automatic, Electric
  Squeegees
  Walkpads & Deck Pavers
 
Similar Cement and Asphalt Surface Coating Systems:
  Concrete Sealants, Coatings & Stains (not waterproofing grade)
  Concrete Repair and Restoration Products
  Epoxy Floor Coatings: Chemical resistant coatings, ESD rated, for food processing
  areas, basements, garage floor, airplane hangers, chemical storage, etc.
  Rhino Top -- Recommended for sport surfaces, athletic courts, gaming courts,
  handicap ramps, pool decks, cement walkways, school walkways and other
  concrete or black top surfaces. (This is not a waterproofing grade product).
 
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION & RESOURCES:
 
Users should read through this information BEFORE ordering.
 
More Details: large waterproof deck with sport surface
  Sonoguard General Guidelines
  Dynamic Crack Details
  <1" Expansion Joint Details
  1-2" Wide Expansion Joint Details
  Plywood Seam Details
 
General Use Guidelines: (please read)
  Sonoguard Product Specification
 
Maintenance & Care Information:
  Deck-Maintenance.pdf
 
Product Data Sheet & Details:
  Conipur (Low VOC, high-traffic, chemical resistant, low-temp application)
  Conipur 295 Topcoat (quick-cure, high toughness, low VOC)
  Sonoguard Data Sheet (ICBO, Class-A fire rated, easy to apply)
 
Where substrate adhesion is questionable, primers should be used. Primer-733 is an easy to use one-component solvent based sealant primer for metal, wood and coated surfaces.
 
Red all MSDS sheets before using materials. The illustrations below are intended as a general guide and not a replacement for factory procedures. Single component systems need to be applied in warmer weather (60F+ is best). Practice your technique first.
 
Basic Process for Waterproofing Balconies:
 
We recommend the Sonoguard deck coating waterproofing system together with rubber aggregate for new applicators. It is easier, faster and less prone to problems than other systems. Rubber aggregate systems have many benefits over sand (greater elasticity of finished system, cooler decks, rubber does not sink into basecoat, topcoats last longer over rubber, ease of repair and touch-ups). On the other hand, sand decks will have a more consistent surface appearance.
 
Troubleshooting Guide.

Concrete Balconies (old or new) (wood decks are below):
1. OLD Decks: Remove and scrape away all old loose or cracked coatings, caulking and sealants. It is especially important to remove ALL silicones or silicone residues.
2. Pressure wash concrete, using 3000 psi minimum washer. Remove all loose surface materials or old coatings and any oil based stains. Let dry 1 to 2 days.
3. Expansion Joints and Cracks:
Dynamic Crack Details
<1" Expansion Joint Details
1-2" Wide Expansion Joint Details
4. Be sure final the concrete surface has some "texture". Smooth surfaces will need to be blasted to create a good bonding surface. As an alternative, you will need to use epoxy 770 primer using a 1/4" nap phenolic core roller. (All new concrete must be fully cured before work begins). Primers, if needed, are applied just before base coat and only need to dry tack free.
Sonoguard 770 Epoxy Primer Info
1/4" Nap Phenolic Core Roller Cover Info
5. Caulk & Seal: Prime all metal surfaces using 733 primer before caulking. Use NP-1 or Novalink to fill any big holes or cracks. Let sealant cure 24-72 hours.
733 Primer Info
NP-1 Product Info
6. If needed in cricket areas, apply 4" WEBSEAL at the corners, deck-to-wall interfaces and all other high stress leak-prone areas.
Webseal Product Info
Webseal Roller Tool Product Info
7. Bridge all deep field cracks, joints and flashing areas by apply 4" white fiberglass 20x20 mesh tape embedded in Sonoguard basecoat or NP1 sealant.  Use a 3-course process to hide seams. This is much like taping a drywall joint wherein you taper joint to adjacent surfaces.
NP1 Product Info
Fiberglass Webbing Info
8. Let NP-1 or basecoat / taped areas cure a minimum of 24 hours.
9. Blow off surface and work area using a high power gas blower.
10. Remove and y skin and pre-mix Basecoat 5 minutes with a drill and mixer. Do not whip air into coating. Apply Sonoguard Base Coat at 2 to 2-1/2 gallons per 100 sqft. using a 1/4" notched squeegee, then back-roll to smooth out using a phenolic core (solvent proof) 1/4" nap roller.
Hint: First apply basecoat to all perimeter edge areas and up the edge of all flashings using a disposable brush.
Hint: For highly sloped surfaces order "Flash Slope" basecoat to prevent excess running of basecoat.
Sonoguard Self Leveling Basecoat Product Info
Notched Squeegee Product Info
1/4" Nap Phenolic Core Roller Cover Info
Disposable Brush Info
11. Within about 20 minutes, while material is wet, broadcast rubber granules at rate of ~ 20 lbs per 100 sqft. (fully cover all of base coat with a full layer). Broadcast by throwing it out by hand. Rubber Granule Info. Do not roll after applying.
IF USING SAND: A second basecoat must be applied after the first basecoat has cured, and the sand is broadcast into the 2nd layer. Do not put sand into the first basecoat layer. The second layer only needs to be thick enough to adhere sand (about 1 gallon per 100 sq.ft.) Do not roll after applying.
12. Mark off area with Caution tape to keep off traffic during cure periods. Wait 1 to 2 days for cure, depending on heat and humidity. Base coat cure can be accelerated by misting with water.
Caution Tape Product Info
13. When you are ready to begin topcoat, broom way excess rubber. Then blow off the rest using a high power gas blower.
14. Remove any skin and pre-mix Topcoat 5 minutes with a drill and mixer. Do not whip air into coating. Top Coat with Sonoguard Topcoat at 1-1/4 gallons per 100 sq.ft. using a phenolic core (solvent proof) 1/4" nap roller and roll out of a paint tray, being careful to get the excess of the roller before applying (do not dip in the bucket and roll on, you will apply too thick of coating).  Do not apply topcoat with excessive thickness. Pooling areas and too much thickness can result in small blisters on hot days. ALL custom tinted products need TWO topcoats. Standard Sonoguard pre-tinted topcoats will benefit from a second coat. Most Polycoat System topcoats require two coats.
Hint: First apply topcoat to all perimeter edge areas and up the edge of all flashings using a disposable brush.
Hint: If the top coating has globs in it which do not disappear with power mixing, then strain topcoat through painters sock into the paint tray before applying.
Sonoguard Topcoat Product Info
3/8" Roller Cover Product Info
Disposable Brush Info
15. Mark off area with Caution tape to keep off traffic during cure periods. Let cure 48-96 hours before traffic (depending on temperature and humidity).
16. Hint: If a high traffic system is required, add a 2nd layer of topcoat at the rate of 1 gallon per 100 sq.ft.
 
Maintenance: Clean using soap, natural bristle scrub brush or street broom and water. To maintain integrity of system, recoat top layer when rubber granules begin to show (~ 5+ years).  Street Broom Product Info

HELPFUL NOTES & HINTS:
 
* Remove any "skin" off the top of Sonoguard material before mixing or starting application. Thick skin can be cut with a razor knife and removed in one big piece.
 
* It is HIGHLY recommended to do a trial area first to practice your technique (an old piece of plywood sheet works good).
 
* When re-sealing cans, be sure and COMPLETELY WIPE sealing surfaces clean. Otherwise product in this area will cure and permanently glue the lid to the can.
 
* For both basecoat and topcoat, begin by brushing materials up wall,
 over Webseal and all around perimeter (do all the detail work
first). Then apply material to the field.
 
* Use vinyl gloves. This material is hard to get off. Use WD40 to remove from your skin.
Vinyl Glove Product Info

* Clean-up using Xylene, which you can buy at your paint or hardware
store. Remove from your hands using WD-40.
Caution: Protect your skin and eyes from xylene.
 
* If the basecoat has to set for some period before the final topcoat can be applied, cover the deck with 6 mil black plastic sheet. This will protect it from UV damage as well as contamination from other trades. This cost about $1.00 per 100 sq.ft. This investment is more than save in the clean-up needed prior to topcoat.
 
* To Shorten the Deck Coating Process-
Deck coating technicians can save one day of process time by using PC50 accelerator and Polycoat 440 for seam caulking in lieu of NP1. Make a paste of these materials, about 1-2 quart at a time, and 3-course your seams with fiberglass deck webbing as in previous process. This is a process which needs to be practiced before using. Mixing ratio is about 1/2 pint of PC50 to 1 gallon of PC440, depending on cure rate desired and the days temperature. This material can also be poured into low spots to build them up. Let materials cure to tack free before applying base coat layers over the top. CAUTION: This seam materials must completely cure before applying base coat over it. In cold weather, it may take a full day or more, even with the accelerant.
PC-50 Product Info
PC440 Product Info
 
Wood Based Decks / Balconies (new balconies):
1. Deck should be constructed of exterior grade plywood, 3/4" minimum thickness, tongue and groove, knot free on outside face. Plywood should be screwed down using deck screws. We recommend gluing beam faces before attaching plywood (glue and screw).
Deck Screw Product Info
Screwdrivers, Collated/Automatic, Electric
2. GRIND down or rest all screw heads which are not completely set to deck level. DO NOT hammer them in. This will cause loose decks and seam failures. Also grind any high wood areas (steps) along the seams. Good preparation is the key to good decks.
3. UNDER all metal, use a bead of NP1 caulking sealant, AND use NP1 caulking on both the balcony face drip-edge metal to wall interface and deck top interface. Attach all metal flashing (generally its nailed).
Ultra-low rise drip edge is recommended at the balcony edge. High lipped edge metals will cause ponding water along the edge.
Clean metal with acetone or xylene and a rag, the apply 733 primer on all metal surfaces immediately before application of NP1 Sealant or any base coat. ALL metal must be primed.
Low-Rise Deck Edge-Metal Product Info
NP-1 Product Info
733 Primer Info
4. At all high stress areas, including metal-to-wood interfaces and deck seams, apply 4" white fiberglass 20x20 mesh tape embedded into Sonoguard Basecoat or NP1 sealant. Do this using a 3-course process (coating, fiberglass, more coating, then feather out) to hide seams. This is much like taping a drywall joint wherein you taper joint to adjacent surfaces.  Again, on all metal surfaces, apply 733 Primer before application of basecoat or NP-1
Plywood Seam Details
NP-1 Product Info
Fiberglass Webbing Product Info
5. Let NP-1 (or basecoat) cure a minimum of 24 hours. It can take 48 to 72 hours in cold or very dry weather. Water mist will accelerate the cure.
6. Blow off surfaces and work areas using a high power gas blower, air or thoroughly broom.
7. Remove any skin (use a gloved hand if needed) and pre-mix Basecoat 5 minutes with a drill and mixer. Do not whip air into coating. Apply Sonoguard Self Leveling Base Coat at 2 to 2-1/2 gallons per 100 sqft using a 1/4" notched squeegee. Then back-roll to smooth out the material using a phenolic core (solvent proof) 1/4" nap roller. Back-rolling is important. Back-rolling brings air from the surface of the deck to the top of the basecoat so that it can escape, and evens out the thickness.
Hint: First apply the basecoat to all perimeter edge areas and up the edge of all flashings using a disposable brush.
Hint: For highly sloped surfaces order "Slope Grade" basecoat to prevent excess running of basecoat. IN COLD WEATHER, DO NOT USE FLASH SLOPE. IT WILL BE TOO THICK (use two thinner coats of self leveling).
Sonoguard Self Leveling Base Coat Product Info
Notched Squeegee Product Info
1/4" Nap Phenolic Core Roller Cover Info
Disposable Brush Info
Mixer Info
8. Within about 20 minutes, while basecoat material is wet, broadcast Rubber granules at rate of ~ 20 lbs per 100 sq.ft. (fully cover all of base coat with a full layer). (Broadcast by throwing it out by hand). Rubber Granule Info. Do not roll after applying.
IF USING SAND: A second basecoat must be applied after the first basecoat has cured, and the sand is broadcast into the 2nd layer. Do not put sand into the first basecoat layer. The second layer only needs to be thick enough to adhere sand (about 1 gallon per 100 sq.ft.)  Do not roll after applying.
9. Mark off area with Caution tape to keep off traffic during cure periods. Wait 1 to 3 days for cure (depending on temperature and humidity). Cure can be accelerated by misting water onto surface.
Caution Tape Product Info
10. When you are ready to begin topcoat, broom away excess or loosely attached rubber with a stiff broom. Then blow off the rest using a high-power gas blower.
11. Remove and skin and pre-mix Topcoat 5 minutes with a drill and mixer. Do not whip air into coating. Apply Sonoguard Topcoat at 1-1/4 gallons per 100 sq.ft. using a phenolic core (solvent proof) 3/8" nap roller out of a paint tray, being careful to get the excess of the roller before applying (do not dip in the bucket and roll on, you will apply too thick of coating). Do not apply topcoat with excessive thickness. CAUTION: Too thick of material or pooling areas and can result in small surface blisters. Apply only enough material to cover the sand or rubber granules, but not to cause material to pool. ALL custom tinted products need TWO topcoats. Standard pre-tinted topcoats will benefit from a second coat. Most Polycoat Systems require TWO topcoats.
Hint: First apply topcoat to all perimeter edge areas and up the edge of all flashings using a disposable brush or mini roller. THEN apply top coating to the center areas.
Hint: If the top coating has globs in it which do not disappear with power mixing, then strain topcoat through painters sock into the paint tray before applying.
Sonoguard Topcoat Product Info
1/4" Roller Cover Product Info
Disposable Brush Info
12. Mark off area with Caution tape to keep off traffic during cure periods. Let cure 48-96 hours before traffic (depending on temperature and humidity).
13. For custom colors (when using tintable Topcoat with Color Packs) deck surfaces, a second layer of Topcoat is recommended to achieve good color coverage. For white or cream color decks, sometimes a 3rd coat is needed. You will need an additional 3/4 gallon per 100 sq.ft. per coat.
14. Hint: If a very high traffic system is required, add a 2nd layer of topcoat at the rate of 3/4 per 100 sq.ft.
15. Hint: If you are using a TINTABLE or darker color topcoat, apply it in TWO thin coats (allowing it to cure between coats). This provides the best coloration and long term resistance to fading.
 
Troubleshooting: The most common deck coating problems and causes are -
Basecoat:
* Poor curing, lumps: Failure to mix thoroughly by power mixer before application; very dry climate (moisture is needed for cure).
* Bubbles: Wet or contaminated deck; extreme hot temperature or deck surface.
* Plywood splits and splinters: Basecoat applied over particle board deck, not exterior grade plywood; plywood was rained on before base coat application.
* Splits: Wood deck nailed not screwed; screws missed joists; too few screws; poor sub-framing (add more or double the joists); plywood was rained on before basecoat application.
Topcoat:
* Lumps: Failure to remove skin before mixing; poor mixing; failure to strain before putting into roller pan.
* Poor Cure: Failure to mix thoroughly with a power mixer; failure to apply topcoat out of a roller pan; too thick of topcoat applied, wrong nap size used (use 1/4" nap only).
* Poor Coverage: Failure to apply 2 topcoat layers; too thin of material applied.
EPDM Interlocking Deck Paver, TERRA COTTA, 24 x 24 in,
 
See Maintenance and Helpful Notes from Concrete deck above.
 
 
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