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Waterproofing and protection of concrete structures, renders and cementitious screeds.

Some application examples

Waterproofing of concrete basins used for containing water.

Waterproofing bathrooms, showers, balconies, terraces, swimming pools, etc. before laying ceramic tile finishes.

Waterproofing of plasterboard, render or cementitious surfaces, lightweight cement blocks and marine-grade plywood.

Flexible smoothing layer for light-sectioned concrete structures,

Protection of renders or concrete with cracks caused by shrinkage, against the infiltration of water and aggressive atmospheric elements.

Protection of concrete surfaces which may come into contact with seawater, de-icing salts, such as sodium or calcium chloride, and sulphates.


Remains flexible at very low temperatures (-20°C).

• CE-certified product in compliance with EN 1504-2 and EN 14891.

Protects the surface of concrete from CO2 penetration (carbonation) for more than 50 years.

Resistant to UV rays.

2.5 mm of Max-elastic represents the equivalent of 30 mm of concrete against the aggressive action of chlorides

May also be applied on existing coverings.

Compatible with ceramic, mosaic and natural stone coverings.


Max-elastic is a two-component mortar based on cementitious binders, fine-grained selected aggregates,

special admixtures and synthetic polymers dispersed in water, blended according.

When the two components are mixed together, a free-flowing mix is obtained which may be easily applied, even on vertical surfaces,

at a thickness of up to 2 mm in one single coat.

Due to the high content and quality of the synthetic resins, the cured layer of Max-elastic remains constantly flexible

under all environmental conditions and resistant to the chemical attack of de-icing salts, sulphates, chlorides and carbon dioxide.

Max-elastic has excellent bonding properties to all concrete, masonry, ceramic and marble surfaces, as long as they are sound and sufficiently clean.

Mixing ratio: component A : component B = 3 : 1 ( 3 Powder : 1 Liquid )

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