Vapor Intrusion Mitigation
Protecting Indoor Air Quality
Vapor Intrusion has become a significant environmental issue for regulators, building designers, and concerned residents nationwide. CETCO offers uniquely designed vapor intrusion barrier systems developed to meet the needs of your project. Our experienced technical managers can assist with the design of the system, and recommend the best solution based on various site conditions. Our systems have proven performance with extensive track record. CETCO offers innovative vapor intrusion barrier systems that will reliably provide the protection from these potentially harmful vapors that could compromise overall indoor air quality.
LIQUID BOOT® is a seamless, spray-applied, water-based membrane containing no VOCs, which provides a barrier against vapor intrusion into structures. LIQUID BOOT® is installed under slab and on below grade vertical walls as a gas vapor barrier to minimize vapor and nuisance water migration into buildings. LIQUID BOOT® spray-application directly to penetrations, footings, grade beams, pile caps and other irregular surfaces, provides for a fully-adhered gas vapor barrier system.
LIQUID BOOT® 500
LIQUID BOOT® 500 is a seamless, spray-applied, water-based membrane containing no VOCs, which provides a barrier against vapor intrusion into structures. LIQUID BOOT 500 is economically formulated specifically for horizontal applications. LIQUID BOOT 500 spray application directly to penetrations, footings, grade beams, pile caps and other irregular surfaces, provides for a fully-adhered gas vapor barrier system.
LIQUID BOOT® PLUS
The Liquid Boot Plus system is designed for the most challenging conditions. The system combines all of the benefits of Liquid Boot with the added protection of the VI-20 geomembrane.
BASEFABRIC™ fabric consists of polypropylene, non-woven geotextile that is resistant to ultraviolet degradation and to biological and chemical environments normally found in soils. BaseFabric provides a uniform substrate for spraying the Liquid Boot membrane.
GEOVENT™ consists of a three-dimensional vent core that is wrapped in a non-woven, needlepunched filter fabric.
LIQUID BOOT® TROWEL GRADE
LIQUID BOOT® TROWEL GRADE is a trowel-applied, water-based membrane containing no VoCs, which provides a barrier against vapor intrusion into structures. LIQUID BOOT TROWEL GRADE is installed in conjunction with the LIQUID BOOT vapor intrusion barrier to minimize vapor migration.
TECHNICAL DATA SHEETS
ULTRADRAIN™ consists of an impermeable polymeric sheet cuspated under heat and pressure to form a high flow dimpled drainage core. The core is then bonded to a layer of non-woven filter fabric. The filter fabric retains soil or sand particles as well as freshly placed concrete or grout, allowing filtered water to pass into the drainage core. Ultradrain also has a protection sheet bonded to the backside of the cuspated core providing protection for soft membrane barrier systems.
ULTRASHIELD™ fabric consists of polypropylene, non-woven geotextile that is resistant to ultraviolet degradation and to biological and chemical environments normally found in soils. UltraShield provides protection for the membrane from rebar and other construction processes.
VI-20™ is a 7-layer co-extruded EVOH geomembrane made using high quality virgin-grade polyethylene and barrier resins that provide unmatched impact trength as well as superior resistance to VOC vapor transmission. EVOH technology serves as a highly resilient underslab and vertical wall barrier designed to restrict methane, radon and other harmful chemicals. Applications for EVOH originatedin them of hydrocarbons, whose use was mandated by the US EPA and the CA Air Resources Board (CARB) to reduce VOC emissions.
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- LIQUID BOOT Approval from City of Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety 175 KB