Keeping in mind the ever-evolving requirements of our respected clients, we are offering premium quality Waterproofing applications especially suited for all specific requirements – swimming pools, basements, water tanks, sump pumps, terraces, toilets and bathrooms, etc,
WATERPROOFING WITH POLYMERIZED CEMENTITIOUS COATING
The polymerized cementitious coating is done as a waterproofing layer to provide a flexible layer of coating that can withstand the daily expansion and contraction of the roof, without cracking. normally the roof treatment consists of a primer treatment with two cross coats of the treatment. This may or may not be reinforced by embedding a layer of Fiber Glass Mesh for additional protection and abrasion resistance as in water tanks or bathrooms.
WATERPROOFING WITH BITUMINOUS COATINGS
Bitumen is one of the best waterproofing mediums which has been used for ages. However, one issue with bitumen is its brittleness leading to cracks during daily expansion and contraction of the modern RCC roofs, in absence of good thermal barriers. Hence for this waterproofing system, it is recommended that an insulation layer is provided to prevent differential heat from reaching the roof slab. This will ensure that the underlying bituminous waterproofing layer does not crack. However one should ensure that the bituminous coating is compatible with the polystyrene in the insulation, as volatiles in the bitumen has a tendency to dissolve polystyrene.
WATERPROOFING WITH ATACTIC POLYPROPYLENE (APP) MEMBRANE
The APP membrane is a special waterproofing material made from Bitumen. A polypropylene membrane is used as reinforcement material to prevent the bituminous layer from cracking during expansion & contraction of the roof slab due to diurnal heating & cooling. The polymer-modified bitumen used allows a more viscous and less temperature-sensitive bituminous material. The polypropylene backing increases the tensile strength of the waterproof layer and its resistance to acidic soils.
WATERPROOFING OF CONCRETE SLABS OR WATER TANKS WITH CRYSTALLINE WATERPROOFING
Concrete is porous and if not waterproofed properly, water ingress can cause cracks waterborne contaminants, deterioration. Real waterproofing of concrete would imply, preventing water passage and resisting hydrostatic pressure (due to pressure of stored water). This can be done by waterproofing from the positive (exterior), negative (interior) sides or from within the concrete itself (integral system). Crystalline-based systems typically come in a dry, powder form and are hydrophilic in nature. Unlike their hydrophobic counterparts, crystalline systems actually use available water to grow crystals inside the concrete, effectively closing off pathways for moisture that can damage concrete. They block water from any direction because the concrete itself becomes the water barrier.
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