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DriTac Unveils Eco-DriBloc, a 1C Adhesive Isolation Membrane & Concrete Moisture Control System

Published on 2015-02-24. Author : SpecialChem

DriTac Flooring Products has introduced DriTac Eco-DriBloc Premium "Green" Moisture Control and Adhesive Isolation Membrane for resilient flooring installations.

A fast drying, single-component concrete moisture control system and adhesive isolation membrane, Eco-DriBloc allows installers to apply a moisture mitigation system and install their resilient floor on the same day with only a 3-hour dry time. This roller applied, easy-to-use 2-in-1 product offers a zero VOC, zero solvent and low odor formula that also serves to isolate old adhesive residue, including cutback.

Manufactured in the USA, Eco-DriBloc is warranted for up to 15 lbs. of concrete moisture vapor transmission, per the ASTM F1869 Calcium Chloride Test Method and up to 90% RH, per the ASTM 2170 Relative Humidity Test. Eco-DriBloc is for use with DriTac resilient water-based flooring adhesives and available in 1 and 4-gallon pails.
Eco-DriBloc is for use under most types of resilient floor coverings, including luxury vinyl tile/plank, fiberglass back sheet vinyl, carpet tile, VCT, cork tile, cork/rubber/foam underlayments, laminate flooring and all other floating floors. This innovative eco-friendly product is used over porous concrete to help reduce penetration of the adhesive and dusting of the concrete, which results in increased spread rates and a stronger bond with DriTac resilient water-based floor covering adhesives.

About DriTac Flooring Products

DriTac Flooring Products, LLC is celebrating over 59 years as one of the oldest and most experienced manufacturers of environmentally friendly flooring adhesives in the market. DriTac's innovative and high-tech product line is available through more than 100 distributors and flooring outlets nationwide.

Source: DriTac Flooring Products

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