1. Install HydroHALT with a stick-on backer rod during installation of a tray or bath.
2. Install HydroHALT with a fleeced waterproofing membrane over the adjacent shower walls
3. Install HydroHALT into an existing 5mm ledge/wall joint using a round backer rod.
4. Install HydroHALT without a backer rod during or after installation of a tray or bath.
5. Install HydroHALT around low profile shower trays as low a 6mm high.
6. Retro-install HydroHALT over a ledge/wall joint
Installing HydroHALT to seal upstand shower bases, pans and bath tubs
7. Install HydroHALT over an upstand shower base wherein the backer board is located above upstand.
8. Install HydroHALT over an upstand shower base wherein the backer board is located outside upstand.
9. Install HydroHALT over a shower base with a sloping perimeter upstand.
Installing HydroHALT to seal (non-water sensitive) shower wall panel/ledge joints
10. Install HydroHALT behind 6mm lightweight pvc shower wall cladding.
11. Install HydroHALT behind 10/12mm lightweight pvc shower wall cladding.
12. Install HydroHALT with non-water sensitive solid core shower wall panels.
Installing HydroHALT to waterproof ‘tile over’ & ‘tile ready’ shower bases with upstand
Step a: Install the shower base leaving a 3mm joint between the shower base and adjacent walls and floor. Fill the joint with flexible silicone.
Step b: Lay the HydroHALT strip over the joint in a bed of silicone adhesive ensuring the fleece free (siliconized) strip face engages the shower base.
Step c: Tank the shower walls with a liquid or fleece waterproofing membrane extending it down over the HydroHALT strip.