Earth Shield Waterstops for Chemical, Industrial, & Environmental Applications
Earth Shield® Waterstop is The Primary Choice for Secondary Containment™. Contact the Waterstop Experts today, and learn how your project can benefit from Earth Shield® Waterstop.
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Waterstops for Chemical, Industrial, & Environmental Applications
Earth Shield TPV (thermoplastic vulcanizate) (aka TPE-R) Waterstop is the world's leading chemical resistant waterstop, with renowned physical properties and broad-spectrum resistance to hazmat, deleterious fluids, and concentrated ozone. NSF 61 certified and GreenSpec listed. EPA-compliant waterstop profiles are available for new construction and retrofit and the necessary tools and accessories for proper installation.
Waterstops for water and wastewater
PVC (polyvinyl chloride) Waterstop for concrete joints. CRD C572-74 compliant and NSF 61 certified. Earth Shield Polyvinyl Chloride Waterstop (PVC) is the perfect solution for most water and wastewater applications. Earth Shield PVC Waterstop is manufactured from prime virgin resin and is the trusted choice for environmental engineered concrete structures. Waterstop profiles for new and retrofit applications.
Hydrophilic and Mastic Waterstop
Waterstops for Construction Joints
Earth Shield Hydrophilic and Mastic Strip Applied Waterstops are the simple solution for construction joints. Earth Shield Type NB190 Waterstop is a modern, hydrophilic chloroprene rubber waterstop with unmatched durability and water sealing capabilities. Manufactured NON-BENTONITE, modified chloroprene rubber, Type NB190 more than doubles its original size when exposed to water, creating an effective active compression seal within concrete construction joints of limited to no movement.
Stainless Steel Waterstop
Waterstops for extreme chemical resistance and high heat applications
Earth Shield Stainless Steel Waterstop is used in applications requiring extreme heat or cold resistance, as well as the ultimate protection from high concentrations of ozone or hazardous aqueous chemicals.