We call it PROSOCO R-GUARD Emergency Water Stop. A prosaic name, but after all, stopping water in emergencies is what the stuff does.
Some other names I thought about:
Repello Jello (might have copyright issues with that one)
Look Ma, No Leaks!
A River DOESN’T Run Through It
Anyway, check out the video — in it our Air Barrier Specialist Matt Travis explains about how the same STPE technology that makes Emergency Water Stop so effective is also used in our air and waterproof barrier FastFlash products — and how that technology makes projects faster and easier for applicators and design professionals.
I originally wrote about this demo in July, before it was a movie, in a post called Operation Rubber Duckie. In that post the demo is detailed in photos, step-by-step, using a rubber duckie, a brain and John Elway.
Well, that was a Friday — this is only Wednesday.
This video may give you an idea how our PROSOCO R-GUARD Cat 5 primary air and waterproof barrier can resist Category 5 hurricane wind-driven rain — a claim not many air barrier products besides our own can make.
“Cat 5” — now that’s kind of a cool name. Though imho it’s hard to beat “Repello Jello.”
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