Waterproofing

Solutions that challenge moisture penetration

Moisture penetration is one of the most critical challenges facing concrete structures. Interior or exterior, above or below grade, unprotected structures can suffer from water-induced damage, including deterioration and corrosion caused by alkalis, salts, acids and mold. Liquid-applied high-performance membranes and cementitious coatings provide a seamless barrier to seal walls and penetrations against the most damaging conditions. Protection can be enhanced further through the use of admixtures that facilitate low concrete permeability, such as integral crystalline capillary waterproofing admixtures.

Cementitious Coatings

Cementitious Coatings

Crystalline Waterproofing

Crystalline Waterproofing

Hydraulic Cement

Hydraulic Cement

Split Slab & Below-Grade Waterproofing

Split Slab & Below-Grade Waterproofing

Related Literature

Sealing Hairline Cracks in Concrete

pdf (173.70 Kb)

Waterproofing Solutions that Challenge Moisture Penetration Brochure

pdf (8.61 Mb)