The Masterseal referenced is a 2 part (liquid & powder) FLEXIBLE MEMBRANE. It does not sound like Thoroseal and the allication and physical properties.
The link to BASF is certainly possible since most concrete-related products seem to be the takeover targets of huge international congomerates because of the huge projected increase in the replacement of temporary products like wood.
The U.S. investors have lost ownership of virtually all cement production and since then, the use is up and new efficient, ecologically production facilities are increasing.
You're right.It sounds like they apply a polymer first with Masterseal.Not exactly the same,but maybe actually better.I should have explained better,but after Googling around for a couple hours those are the facts I came up with.
When I was working for Lord Hanson,he came up to us and asked if we had ever used Kaiser cement?Then he informed us he had just bought the company.He was a corporate raider.He split it up and sold part of it to Mitsubishi.He also did this to Glidden paints after formulating a special color to use on his house.Hanson green.
His company emblem was the English and American flag intertwined.Supposedly he got special permission from congress to do so.