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27 July 2021 - 15:09, by , in Waterproofing, Comments off
What are concrete expansion joints and why are they important? You’ll find everything you need to know in our easy-to-use guide. What is a concrete expansion joint? A concrete expansion joint – or control joint – is a gap that allows the concrete to expand and contract as/when the temperature changes. It forms a break...
26 July 2021 - 14:19, by , in Uncategorized, Comments off
Expansion joints are a critical component for any industrial application which includes piping or ducting. With a broad variety of designs and materials to choose from, the correct selection and optimal installation of expansion joints are vital to ensure reliable and safe operations. Commercial and industrial installations which feature any kind of pumping, piping, or...
14 April 2020 - 10:32, by , in Uncategorized, Comments off
RECOMMENDED SYSTEM: FOSROC MEMBRANE HDPE – P: PRE-APPLIED HDPE PRESSURE SENSITIVE adhesive waterproofing membrane which bonds integrally to poured concrete slabs, remaining in place if settlement of substrate occurs   PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Fosroc Membrane HDPE -P is a unique membrane HDPE film pressure sensitive adhesive which allows poured concrete to bond fully with the membrane....
24 December 2018 - 11:40, by , in Basement Waterproofing, Comments off
What is Basement Waterproofing? We can help you make sure no water enters the most vulnerable areas of your home. We provide our clients with Basement Waterproofing for below ground areas such as basements, cellars and soil retaining sections of all types of properties. If you own a property with an unprotected basement, you could...
30 November 2018 - 9:52, by , in Basement Waterproofing, Comments off
While many people in the construction industry associate us with just tunnelling, it isn’t the only sector that we are experienced in. At first glance, basements aren’t similar to tunnels in shape, scope, dimension or even use, but when water is involved, the consequences are very similar indeed. As civil engineers, we have seen the...