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Structural Waterproofing

Types A, B & C Waterproofing

Waterproof refers to the penetration of water (in its liquid state) and possibly under pressure.  Structural waterproofing is a general term within the industry that covers methods and treatments to describe waterproofing any structure.  Waterproofing or Structural Waterproofing is applicable to any construction under-ground or below ground level.

Damp proof refers to resistance to humidity or dampness.  Damp proofing is a general term that covers methods and treatments used to prevent damp from being absorbed through walls or floors into the interior of a structure above ground.

Basement Waterproofing

Problems

Water and moisture can cause damage to buildings and structures. Suitable provision must therefore be made, as early as the design stage, for project-specific waterproofing measures for construction, crack control and movement joints as well as penetrations to protect the structure, fit-out and furnishings, and prevent any operational disruption. 

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Implement

The choice of waterproofing system or product is dictated by parameters such as The Intended use, Geotechnical conditions, form of construction, programme, accessibility.

Basement Waterproofing

Services

Exterial Membrane
Type A

Type A (Barrier) Protection provides protection against ground water ingress by applying a waterproof material to the internal or external walls and floor slab of a basement or underground structure forming a barrier between the structure and any groundwater present.

RASCOtank
TYPE B

Our RASCOtank can be used as a standalone solution or part of a twin or multi-system approach to waterproofing depending on your requirements.

Cavity Drain System
TYPE C

Type C Protection allows moisture or running water to penetrate through the external wall or floor of the structure and to travel behind the membrane in a controlled drainage system. Type C systems collect and manage any water ingress by diverting it into a designated safe point of disposal (such as a sump pump/package pump station).