Carlisle Barritech VP is a fluid-applied membrane made from inherently fireresistant materials. Carlisle Barritech VP is applied to exterior wall assemblies where it functions as an air barrier and a water-resistive barrier. Barritech VP may be installed down to 20°F. Barritech VP is vapor-permeable —moisture vapor can diffuse directly through the membrane. Barritech VP can be applied over concrete block, concrete, exterior gypsum sheathing, plywood, OSB and many other common building materials. The product is fully adhered to the substrate, flexible and rubber-like. Barritech VP is a singlecomponent, air-drying product applied by spray or roller at nominal 0.040″(40 mils) dry film thickness. The high film thickness and flexible, elastic properties enable Barritech VP to bridge cracks and seal around penetrations, which creates a truly continuous, monolithic air and water barrier. Questions? Contact Us.
Shall be cured in place 7 days minimum. It shall be smooth, with sharp protrusions such as cold joints ground flush. Honeycomb and holes/cracks exceeding ¼” across shall be fi lled with grout or mortar.
Concrete Masonry Unit (CMU):
Mortar joints shall be struck flush and shall be free of voids. Mortar droppings shall be removed from brick ties and all other surfaces accepting Barritech VP and CCW accessories. Mortar joints shall be allowed to cure 3 days minimum before installation of Barritech VP.
Sheathing boards shall be flush at joints, with gap between boards according to building code and sheathing manufacturer’s requirements. Sheathing boards shall also be securely fastened to the structure with proper fastener type, technique and spacing according to building code and sheathing manufacturer’s requirements. Sheathing boards shall be repaired or replaced if inspection reveals moisture damage, mechanical damage or if sheathing boards have exceeded the exposure duration or exposure conditions as required by the sheathing manufacturer.
Promptly clean uncured Barritech VP from hands, tools, surfaces and spray equipment with tap water. Cured product must be removed mechanically or by soaking in solvent, such as xylene.