Carlisle Miradrain 9900 4' X 50' Drainage Composite Roll
Part #CARLISLE MD9900
4" x 50' x 0.4", Black/Blue, Molded Polypropylene Core, Woven Filter Fabric, Solid, High Strength, Drainage Composite Roll
Item: Drainage Composite Roll
Type High Strength; Roll Size 50 Foot Length x 4 Inch Width x 0.4 Inch Thickness; Color Black/Blue; Material Molded Polypropylene (Core), Woven Filter (Fabric); Physical State Solid; Relative Density Greater than 1; Application Horizontal Plaza, Roof Deck; Applicable Standard ASTM D1777/D1621/D4716/D4751/D4491/D4632/D6241
Relieves Hydrostatic Pressure Buildup against Subterranean Surfaces; Consistent, Multi-Directional Core Configuration Provides a Uniform Flow Path for Water to Escape; High Flow Own Drainage Capacity Ensures Effective Drainage for Virtually any Horizontal Application; No-Clogging Drainage Performance; High Compressive Strength Capable of Withstanding Vehicular Traffic; Enhances Waterproofing System by Channeling Water Away and Providing a Secondary Water Retention Layer; Cost-Saving, Lightweight, Easy-To-Install Panels Eliminate the Need for Bringing Aggregate to the Construction Site
Drainage Composite Roll; Item Drainage Composite Roll; Type High Strength; Roll Size 50 Foot Length x 4 Inch Width x 0.4 Inch Thickness; Color Black/Blue; Material Molded Polypropylene (Core), Woven Filter (Fabric); Physical State Solid; Relative Density Greater than 1; Application Horizontal Plaza, Roof Deck; Applicable Standard ASTM D1777/D1621/D4716/D4751/D4491/D4632/D6241
CCW MiraDRAIN 9900 is a high strength drainage composite made up of a wovenfilter fabric that is bonded to the individual dimples of a molded polypropylene core to minimize fabric intrusion into the flow channels caused by overburden pressure. The fabric serves as afilter medium, preventing the passage of particles into the core while allowing surface moisture to pass freely. MiraDRAIN 9900's woven monofilament fabric withstands high abrasion from applied overburden and prevents intrusion into the drainage core due to its low elongation characteristics. The woven fabric is better-suited to receive a directly poured concrete topping than non-woven geotextile fabrics.