WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

RESPONSIBILITY


Coating Specialist, LLC to apply products per recommendation and to meet and exceed contractual obligations




PRODUCT


ELASTOFLEX 61 APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

ELASTOFLEX 61 – CDOT PRE-APPROVED PRODUCT EVALUATION REQUEST & SUMMARY MSDS

JOHN (MAXWELL PRODUCTS - ELASTOFLEX) (801)879-7866

GEOFF (BOWMAN SUPPLY - PROTECTION ROLLS) (720) 635-9656




HAZARD ANALYSIS


Proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE); Proper Safety equipment (eye protection, ear protection, gloves, respirator, steel toed boots, properly suited with vest & hard hat (harness in lift), sun screen & water) HAZARDS: Material at high temperature; fire hazard; burn hazard; do not ingest; Avoid all skin/eye contact; do not inhale large amounts of permeating smoke. Hazard Analysis form




EQUIPMENT


  1. Maxwell Mastic Kettle
  2. Metal bucket – place under kettle spout
  3. Tar carts
  4. Hot plates
  5. Shovels
  6. Tar mops
  7. Air compressor and Chicago Hose
  8. Sand blast unit
  9. Weed burners
  10. Fire extinguishers
  11. Propane tanks
  12. Protection rolls
  13. Pole for protection rolls
  14. Roller for protection boards after laid out
  15. Backpack blower
  16. Razor knives for cutting material




LABOR FORCE


GROUND CREW – employees who ensure that the paper is properly installed over the membrane. KETTLE CREW – employees who ensure that the kettle never runs low on material.TAR CART CREW – employees who push carts and ensure that the membrane is properly installed with no voids or concrete showing through. Also runs tar mops and ensures the edges are all 3-6 inches depending on specifications for curbs.




BASIC DAILY PLAN


1. Check that all necessary equipment and PPE for proper application PRIOR TO LEAVING FOR SITE. 2. Show up on site ON TIME 3. CONTACT THE SUPERVISOR of job site. Share and understand prep-work, equipment needed and application process. 4. Fill out, go through and sign HAZARD ANALYSIS 5. Fill in the CHECKLIST throughout the entire process (time, temperature and pictures) 6. COMPLETE prep work. 7. COMPLETE product application. 8. REVIEW days work with supervisor and have them sign off.




PROCEDURE


  1. Make sure Mastic Kettle is filled with Diesel Fuel.
  2. Make sure propane tank on Mastic Kettle is full.
  3. Make sure all crew members have proper Waterproofing membrane PPE.
  4. Turn on tar carts one hour prior to application.
  5. Align Mastic Kettle into starting position.
  6. Turn on HOT PLATE BURNER.
  7. Check material temperatures (Material temperature should be 300 degrees) and consistency to ensure they are at necessary levels.
  8. Make sure that your protection board/rolls are evenly spaced on bridge deck for easy application.
  9. Move tar cart under kettle spout
  10. Fill cart (make sure not to over fill cart)
  11. Start at desired edge, use cart to spill material, use tar mop to move material onto curb or side of bridge.
  12. Run cart back and forth, not more than 1 ½ lengths of rolls.
  13. Place protection roll over top of hot membrane.
  14. Run Roller over protection board to even out and ensure that rolls are wrinkle free.
  15. Trim edges of protection roll as necessary.
  16. Good house keeping, keep on top of clean up of all trash.
  17. Make sure when complete that all propane bottles are turned off.
  18. The kettle is properly turned off.
  19. Clean up all trash and materials.
  20. Fuel up all propane and fuel tanks.





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