A Cold-applied systems can be either single component, plural component or two coat reinforced membranes and are typically applied by spray, roller, squeegee or trowel.
Either system can be applied to both horizontal and vertical surfaces, and are commonly used on roof decks, plaza decks, parking, split slab applications, vertical foundation walls, tunnels, planters, and water features such as fountains.
Vehicular and pedestrian traffic coating systems are designed to protect reinforced concrete parking structures, exposed concrete stairs, stadiums, balconies, and plazas where moisture intrusion cannot be tolerated
Below-grade waterproofing materials are subject to water conditions that are typically more severe than above-grade envelope areas. Structure elements below-grade are often exposed to hydrostatic pressure from ground water tables the can rise significantly during periods of heavy rainfall.
Whether installing a surface drainage system to divert ground water away from a structure, excavating earth fill to install a membrane on the exterior (positive) side of a vertical wall, or applying a cementitious coating to the interior (negative) side of a wall.
Consists on a system specifically applied to prevent the water going through windows and doors making them even more useful in a building.
Cementitious waterproofing coatings are breathable, seamless coatings used to provide positive and negative side waterproofing protection on concrete and masonry surfaces. They prevent damage from water infiltration and resist mold and mildew.