SOPREMA Inc. has developed MAMMOUTH Neo, an eco-friendly, high performing waterproofing system developed with new technology to provide a sustainable, durable product with increased longevity and UV stability.

MAMMOUTH Neois comprised of an innovative and environmentally friendly elastomer made from organically sourced raw materials derived from 75 percent canola oil, using 30 percent less non-renewable fossil resources than traditional membranes. This high-quality composition allows the system to withstand the weathering elements longer, slowing down the aging process and contributing to a healthier building environment.

“After working for more than 10 years to find a durable and sustainable waterproofing solution, we are proud to introduce this new category to the marketplace. Combining durability and sustainability into one technology is truly a solution our industry needs,” said Sara Jonas, marketing manager, SOPREMA. “In addition to the green benefits, MAMMOUTH Neo has proven in early testing to be more than twice as durable as membranes on the market today.”

MAMMOUTH Neo system consists of two ultra-thin, ultra-lightweight and easy-to-install layers, reducing time and strain spent on the job. The system containsMAMMOUTH Neo Base SI, a self-adhered first layer and MAMMOUTH Neo Cap, a self-protected second layer, to provide the assurance and durability of a redundant system.

MAMMOUTH Neo is designed for both new construction and renovation projects. MAMMOUTH Neo can be applied to concrete, wood or steel substrates. Tensile and wind resistance tests conducted on MAMMOUTH Neo resulted in a maximum permissible depression value equal to 4,989 Pascals.

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