The effectiveness and durability of waterproofing depends on expert planning and implementation of the works. SInce the summer of 2017, planners and installers have been using the new DIN 18533 standard as a basis for waterproofing new build structures below ground level.
Water and salt are responsible for most building damage. As a consequence, visible damp lines, destroyed joints, sanding or, in the worst case, can cause irreparable damage to the building's substance. In addition, brick walls saturated with moisture are harmful to users and residents. The basis for solving these kind of complex damage processes is good planning - the waterproofing concept.
With the introduction of the new series of standards for waterproofing buildings, the material, which has been comprehensively tested, meets the planning and installation principles for this type of damp protection as outlined in DIN 18534 ‘Interior waterproofing’.
Waterproofing and damp-proofing22 products found
Article No. 3014
Multi-functional building waterproofing Combines the properties of flexible and crack-bridging mineral waterproofing grouts (MWG; AbP as per PG-MDS/FPD) and bitumen thick coatings (PMBC; U report according to DIN EN 15814)
Article No. 0886
Two-component, solvent-free, polymer-modified bituminous thick coating with rubber granulate filler
Article No. 5071
High-quality, premium sealing tape based on nitrile rubber and coated with non-woven fabric
Article No. 5017
Highly elastic, self-adhesive butyl rubber waterproofing tape on polypropylene non-woven fabric
Article No. 0429
Quick-setting waterproofing mortar for grouting and filling with high sulphate resistance
Article No. 0727
Solvent-free silane cream for horizontal barriers against rising damp in masonry
Article No. 0401
Salt storing, WTA-compliant pore undercoat render in the restoration render system for masonry subjected to moisture and salt loads
Article No. 0402
WTA-compliant restoration render for masonry subjected to moisture and salt loads