Water infiltration through cracks and holes in joints, walls, floors, foundations and concrete constructions is caused by geological or hydrological conditions of the soil, defects in the design or construction, or extreme weather conditions. It affects the stability, durability, safety and realisation of the infrastructures.
TRADECC’s water sealing solutions stop the leakages and restore the bad conditions of the structure. We specialise in a wide range of injection resins to counter every type of water leakage. The resin reacts with the water and cures into a foam or gel that seals the crack. With their adjustable reaction time and all kinds of expansion volumes, the resins even block leakages with a high flow or high hydrostatic pressure. Next to resins, we also offer cement- and silane based materials.
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Our water sealing solutions:
POLYURETHANE INJECTION RESINS
TRADECC’s Polyurethane injection resins block all leakages with a high flow or high hydrostatic water pressure. Our products are also very suited for the sealing of high and low water bearing cracks and joints in concrete and underground constructions.
ACRYLIC INJECTION RESINS
Our acrylic injection resins are high quality acrylic based gels with adjustable reaction times and good elastic properties for the permanent water sealing of cracks and joints. This range of injection resins is also very suitable for curtain injection and compartment membrane injections in tunnelling industry.
CEMENT BASED MATERIALS
Our cement based slurry coat becomes part of the concrete and water seals it due to the crystallisation technique. Ideal for keeping water in or out of cement or concrete structures.
SILANE BASED MATERIALS
PC Aquadry gel is an easy applicable impregnation gel that stops rising damp in walls. It creates a horizontal liquid barrier stopping the water.
- Civil engineering
- Underground infrastructures
- Masonry and industrial buildings
- Earth retaining structures
- Particular potable and sewage water facilities
- Concrete constructions
- Building pits