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Drainage embossed membrane in polypropylene covered with a permeable non woven polyester filter layer.

  • Easy laying.
  • Very strong resistance to crushing.
  • Avoids the pathologies related to water stagnation.
Main uses
  • Draina G10 replaces the separating layer made of aggregates and geotextile to be interposed between the waterproofing and the heavy ballast, installed in compliance with the technical standards in force.
  • The heavy ballast systems allowed on Draina G10 are:
    • For pedestrian accessible flat roofs: stones or slabs embedded in mortar, slabbing poured in-situ;
    • Walkways or service zones: ballast as above, slabs laid with tight mortarless joints.
  • Draina G10 is also intended to be used as a draining isolating ply under “bedded floor coverings” installed in compliance with the technical standards in force. Particularly in the cases of exterior bedded floors (example: concrete slabbing on graded ground or on underbuilding service space, slope = > 1.5%).
  • Draina G10 can also be used as drainage and filtering layer in green roof systems with slope < 20% and including no puddling (depression) more than 10 mm deep.
  • Drainage embossed membrane in polypropylene covered with a permeable non woven polyester filter layer.

General guidelines:

  • Draina G10 is unrolled loose-laid on the waterproofing with the geotextile face visible. The side overlapping from roll to roll is done by unsticking the geotextile over about 6 cm and fitting the second roll over 6cm (3 studs). The geotextile flashing of about 6 cm is folded down.
  • Proceed in the same way at the extremity of the roll.
  • Draina G10 is easily cut out, using a cutter at the periphery, and also a foam seal is to be inserted.
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