Late March we had the first quarterly Training Night for the year with an 'Overview of Remedial Waterproofing' and practical product demonstrations on injecting for structural repair, pump injection of hydrophilic polyurethane, plus use of repair mortars. Our discussion highlighted the need to find the source of the waterproofing problem,
Another of our Quarterly Training Nights On Tuesday 26th March from 4pm onwards- Format: Short presentation covering common problems, substrate repair and waterproofing strategies Practical product demonstrations in despatch area Drinks and discussion The attached invitation has the details Overview of Remedial Waterproofing - Training Flyer 2019
Introducing new injection pumps and accessories for crack repair and waterproofing from ConRepair. There are many occasions that require dispensing crack repair epoxies to damaged concrete, the attached product brochures provide economical, practical means of doing so. Additionally, remedial waterproofing strategies often require injection of Hydrophobic or Hydrophilic polyurethane liquids
Many people are not aware that Planter Boxes are covered under the Australian Standard - AS4654.2 External Waterproofing, section 2.13. Drainage and proper membrane consideration internally and externally is important. The attached sheet has diagrams of the Standard principles , plus applications for concrete block and brick construction. Useful quick
This year we are finishing on Friday 21st, back on deck Thursday 27th, closed New Years Day Xmas Closure Message 2018
A creative, economic solution to add roofing character by waterproofing and adding a decorative stone finish . This is a project example demonstrating the application of a trafficable waterproofing membrane system (MICROL), with the customer requesting an economic decorative surface. We recommended binding paving stones as the finished decorative surface.
Last Tuesday we had our final Quarterly Training Night for the year. With a mixture of builders, waterproofer's and tradesmen attending we enjoyed a stimulating discussion on the presentation theme... "Practical guide to choosing the right waterproofing product" followed by a fantastic demonstration of the new Sikafloor Level Top product.
Another of our Quarterly Training Nights On 23rd October from 4pm onwards Format: Short presentation on compliance format, and characteristics of products for: Substrate Repair; Internal; External; and Below Ground waterproofing. Practical demonstration Drinks and discussion The attached invitation has the details: Practical Guide to choosing Waterproofing products
Sika is introducing a new high performance self leveling product for INTERNAL use --- Sikafloor Level Top The flyer has all the details: Product Of The Month Flyer - Oct 18
David & Paul representing AIW. Recently, when representing AIW (Australian Institute of Waterproofing) in a Brisbane show, we discussed the industry issues with our neighbours QBCC (Queensland Building and Construction Commission). The QBCC appear to be the most pro-active Building Authority in the country, yet they lament the