Miraflex XL Decking System
MiraFlex XL is a cementitious, fabric- reinforced, waterproofing membrane system engineered for pedestrian traffic applications. Ideal for exterior environments, since the system is moisture vapor permeable.
- Vapor permeable - allows substrate to breath without blistering
- Monolithic, seamless protection – waterproofing membrane
- Water-based - environmentally safe & non-toxic
- Excellent UV stability – won’t yellow or degrade from sun
- Wide array of slip resistant textures, colors and finishes
- Lower maintenance and life cycle costs vs. other flooring types
- VOC and LEED-compliant, low odor and fast cure time
Where to use:
- Mixed use, residential and commercial
- Exterior and interior pedestrian traffic surfaces
- Existing sandwich membrane with topping slabs
- Unvented metal pans
- Over concrete, plywood and other substrates
- Balconies, plaza decks and podium decks
Create a custom PDF for your submittal package. Select from the following documents: Product Technical Data Sheets (PTDS), Installation Guides, Safety Data Sheets, Color Charts, CSI Specs, Detail Drawings, Warranty Info., Care & Maintenance, and Chemical Resistance Charts.
MiraFlex XL is a multi-component, fabric-reinforced, polymer-modified, cementitious, pedestrian traffic membrane waterproofing system designed for use on concrete and wood substrates. Ideal for use in both exterior and interior environments, MiraFlex XL is a moisture vapor permeable membrane system comprised of individual fluid-applied, and layered components each performing distinct functions. Individual layers include an elastomeric waterproofing base coat reinforced with poly fabric mesh, a polymer-modified cementitious intermediate textured wear course, and an acrylic pigmented top coat for optimal care and daily maintenance requirements.
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Color charts approximate actual color. Final color appearance is affected by lighting, surface texture and method of application. Final color approval should be made from physical sample.