Bituthene 3000 Flexible Waterproof Membrane - 36" x 66.7' Roll

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Priming is required for this product. Apply the primer directly to the concrete. Do not apply primer to Bituthene membrane. You can find Perm-A-Barrier W.B. Primer here


Grace Bituthene 3000 Flexible Waterproof Membrane is a high performance, cold applied, flexible, preformed waterproof membrane combining a special high performance cross-laminated, HDPE carrier film with a unique self-adhesive rubber bitumen compound. Intended for waterproofing concrete, masonry and wood surfaces,

Bituthene 3000 is suitable for installation at temperatures of 40F and above. It is supplied in easy-to-apply rolls which makes the self-adhesive membrane a quick and clean install without the hazards associated with hot applied systems. Concrete does need to be properly dried and primed before applying the bituthene.


  • For basements, sub-structures and flat deck applications
  • Prime concrete before bituthene is applied
  • Excellent waterproofing capability of a high hydrostatic head
  • Self-adhesive, cold-applied composite membrane with full continuity at overlaps
  • Cross-laminated HDPE film providing high tear strength, dimensional stability and puncture resistance
  • Chemically resistant against aggressive soils and ground water
  • Ripcord split release on demand
  • Note: Not suitable for metal roofs. 130 degree max in use temperature.


Manufacturer Part Number582
Sub BrandGCP Applied Technologies
ColorDark Grey
Compatible MaterialsCan be combined with Preprufe Pre-applied Membranes, Bituthene Liquid Membrane, and Hydroduct Drainage Composites for System Solutions
Installation Temperature40 degrees Fahrenheit or higher
Length - Feet66.7
Package Quantity1
StorageUpright in Dry Conditions below 95 Degrees F
Tear Resistance23 N/mm
Tensile Strength - PSI325
Thickness - Inches.0625 Inches
Warranty5 year
Width - Inches36
Ships to HI/AKNo