Hot Rubberized Asphalt Waterproofing by Henry Company

June 6, 2011
Waterproofing membrane seals minor punctures.

Henry 790-11, a hot rubberized asphalt waterproofing membrane, is formulated from asphalts, synthetic rubber, and material stabilizers to ensure adhesion.

The solvent-free product provides an impervious joint-free application that fully bonds to the substrate. Henry 790-11 conforms to all surface irregularities and can also seal minor punctures caused during construction.

Certified contractors have applied the membrane to millions of square feet of space throughout North America and Europe. It has earned a LARR listing, ISO registration, UL Class A fire rating and CCMC approval.

For more information, visit www.henry.com.

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