Code of practice for the specification and use of liquid waterproofing systems

Publication Year
1999

Document Status
Red 
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Abstract

Covers the selection and application of liquid waterproofing systems, health and safety aspects, procedures for specification of materials and methods, survey and inspection, observation of relevant regulations/legislation, utilisation of competent contractors including quality control and training, and maintenance.


Document History

Superseded by Code of practice: Specification and use of liquid applied waterproofing systems for roofs, balconies and walkways, (LRWA 2010).


Publisher Information

European Liquid Roofing Association

Now known as the European Liquid Waterproofing Association. Founded in 1979, the European Liquid Roofing Association aims to raise awareness of the technical and financial benefits of specifying liquid-applied waterproofing systems. They also provide guidance on product and installation standards to ensure that optimum performance is achieved.

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