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Thanks Harold.


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> From: 	Harold Sprague[SMTP:harold.sprague(--nospam--at)]
> Reply To: 	seaint(--nospam--at)
> Sent: 	Wednesday, March 31, 1999 2:24 PM
> To: 	'seaint(--nospam--at)'
> Subject: 	RE: Nox-Y-Dek
> I guess that this is a traffic bearing membrane deck which will be exposed
> to UV.  Presumably this is a polyurethane membrane.  There are numerous
> manufacturers of this type of product.  The most important aspects of
> traffic bearing membranes are:
> 1.  A good owners maintenance manual which includes snow removal
> provisions
> (if applicable), cleaning, & maintenance.
> 2.  The applicators longevity and willingness to provide service in the
> market is vital.
> 3.  Check out the thickness' of the various components.  Generally there
> is
> blast tracking, an epoxy bond coat, the membrane, and the top coat which
> will contain the aggregate for slip resistance.  Usually you will have
> various thicknesses in the parking lanes, drive lanes, and turning areas.
> 4.  Ask for AASHTO abrasion resistance rating.
> Once you have compiled the data, compare it with a weighted evaluation
> methodology to compare various systems.
> Regards,
> Harold Sprague
> The Neenan Company
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Canitz, Charles F NAB02
> [mailto:Charles.F.Canitz(--nospam--at)]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 1999 11:01 AM
> To: 'Seaoc'
> Subject: Nox-Y-Dek
> Has anyone had any experience with this product(Nox-Y-Dek by Mathys
> Waterproofing)? It's presently proposed as waterproofing membrane for one
> of
> my customer's precast/prestressed concrete garages. This membrane is
> proposed for the upper level which consists of 7'-0" wide double T's
> beams(with no concrete topping) which are supported by precast "L" and
> inverted "T" beams.  I've previously met with the salesman and naturally
> it
> will correct all concrete defeciencies. I also met a building owner this
> morning at one his properties where this product was applied. He seemed
> happy with the performance to date but it's only been in service for
> approximately 4 months.
> Thanks,
> Charlie Canitz