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  • 1. INTRODUCTION OF CENTRALTECHNICAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT
  • 2. CSTD CONSISTS OF  Technical head  Specification Manager – HO (Supporting All India Basis)  Training Manager- HO (Supporting All India Basis)  Technical Executives Supporting In Respective Regions 2Wednesday, December 14, 2011
  • 3. CTSD RESPONISBILITIES1. New Product Development2. Deriving advanced application methods3. Designing CAD and 3 D drawings4. Designing technical bulletin, manual and write ups5. Competitor comparisons during tenders6. Evaluating building standards for our products7. Designing training presentations8. Supporting technical executives9. Value engineered speciation development10. Case studies11. Complaint handling
  • 4. SPECIFICATION MANAGER 1. After taking all the details of the identified project which may be conceptual design stage or ongoing: a. Understanding the requirements of the project b. Providing a proper recommendation to the sales team after discussions with architects/consultants etc2. Initiation of project ground work a. Studying the site drawings b. Designing specification on the project specifically for various areas depending on the client’s requirements3. Presenting Technical document a. Proposal of ARDEX Endura technical services including features and benefits, system specification, treatment methodology and Auto CAD drawings, 3D illustration if required. b. Preparing detailed estimate of the proposed areas c. Preparing Bill of Quantities
  • 5. TRAINING MANAGER1. Designing training calendar.2. Providing training to all in house team including technical executives, Applicator’s, client’s including hands on3. Training on basics of building technologies (civil engineering)4. Creating modules to make site mock ups, site trials, on site training to workmen.5. Responsible for centralized training centre/academy6. Designing samples of system recommendations
  • 6. TECHNICAL EXECUTIVES1. Product presentation/Comparison/Mock up a. Highlighting the product features and characteristics in comparison with the other proposed competitor products and systems b. Executing live mock up on site to show product performance c. Mock up management.2. Quality assurance and Quality check a. Regular site visits to ensure the applicator ‘s adherence to the specifications b. Imparting site training and instructions to the applicators3. Certification of executions a. Making the final site visit after completion of job and certifying the job (Based on the requirements in consultation with sales team)
  • 7. WATERPROOFING Waterproofing portfolio Surface preparations Critical areas of waterproofing System recommendations
  • 8. Waterproofing portfolio We have various waterproofing systems to suite different areas of building Wet areas  Under tile – Liquid applied membranes  Under tile – Sheet applied waterproofing membranes Roof areas  Roof protected  Roof exposed  Roof landscaped Basement  Liquid applied membranes  Positive side  Sheet applied membranes  Positive side
  • 9. Waterproofing portfolio We have various waterproofing systems to suite different areas of building Swimming pool areas  Critical pools  Sheet applied membranes  Liquid applied membranes Water containment structures  Under tile liquid applied membranes  Epoxy potable systems Expansion joint areas
  • 10. Surface PreparationSurface Preparation for Waterproofing Surface must be structurally sound Cracking or movement of the substrate after a membrane has been installed is likely to cause the membrane to fracture. Treat cracks and movement joints Cracks, construction joints, expansion joints and other mobile joints should be treated in accordance with the membrane manufacturers recommendations. Clean and free from any contaminant materials A membranes bond will fail at its weakest point so if applied over dust, loose materials or poorly bonded contaminants it will fail prematurely. Repair any holes/voids in the substrate A uniform thickness membrane is very difficult to achieve over holes/voids. Remove any protrusions and sharp edges A uniform thickness membrane is very difficult to achieve over protrusions or sharp edges.
  • 11. Surface PreparationSurface Preparation for Waterproofing Concrete should be aged for 28 days and screeds should be aged for 7 days Cementitious surfaces can develop plastic shrinkage cracks during initial curing which must be totally formed before the membrane is applied. Time must also be allowed for the development of efflorescence which must be removed before the membrane application. Ensure substrate is dry (5% moisture or less) High substrate moisture content will form blisters in the membrane during curing. Seal wet or freshly laid concrete with ARDEX WPM 300 Allow to cure overnight. Provides a concrete curing membrane and barrier coat.
  • 12. Surface PreparationPriming for WaterproofingPorous surfaces are primed to consolidate residual dust and reduce the porosity of the substrate to avoid excessively fast interface drying and blistering of the membrane Wet or fresh concrete, PVC and metal are primed to provide a barrier between the substrate and the membrane All cementitious substrates should be primed with ARDEX WPM 265 Water Based Primer at a rate of 6m2/L Highly porous substrates may require 2 coats PVC should be primed with pink plumbers primer Metal surfaces should be primed with a two pack epoxy zinc phosphate primer If moisture content is too high or concrete is freshly laid, use ARDEX WPM 300 water based epoxy as a barrier coating Allow primer to dry prior to waterproofing
  • 13. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFINGOther than the main treatments of waterproofing the following are the most criticalareas which needs to be addressed before the main waterproofing treatment • Cracks & Construction Joints • Rain Outlets / Bore Packing • Dissimilar Construction Joints / Corner treatment • Surface Moisture • Corners • Protection of Waterproofing Treatment Wednesday, December 14, 2011 13
  • 14. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Cracks & Construction JointsSurface cracks•Surface Crack Wednesday, December 14, 2011 14
  • 15. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Cracks & Construction Joints Crack Chasing• Surface crack• Crack Chasing Wednesday, December 14, 2011 15
  • 16. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Cracks & Construction Joints Crack filling with sealant• Surface crack• Crack chasing• Crack filling with sealant Wednesday, December 14, 2011 16
  • 17. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Cracks & Construction Joints Priming with WPM 300• Surface crack• Crack chasing• Crack filling with sealant• Priming with WPM 300 Wednesday, December 14, 2011 17
  • 18. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Cracks & Construction Joints 1st Coat of WPM 002• Surface cracks• Crack chasing• Crack filling with sealant• Priming with WPM 300• 1st Coat of WPM 002 Wednesday, December 14, 2011 18
  • 19. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Cracks & Construction Joints Reinforcement cloth• Surface cracks• Crack chasing• Crack filling with sealant• Priming with WPM 300• 1st Coat of WPM 002• Reinforcement cloth Wednesday, December 14, 2011 19
  • 20. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Cracks & Construction Joints 2nd coat of WPM 002• Surface crack• Crack chasing• Crack filling with sealant• Priming with WPM 300• 1st Coat of WPM 002• Reinforcement cloth• 2nd coat of WPM 002 Wednesday, December 14, 2011 20
  • 21. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Rain Outlets/ Bore PackingCore cutting• Core cutting Wednesday, December 14, 2011 21
  • 22. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Rain Outlets/ Bore Packing Cleaning• Core Cutting• Cleaning Wednesday, December 14, 2011 22
  • 23. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Rain Outlets/ Bore Packing Pipe Fixing• Core cutting• Cleaning• Pipe fixing Wednesday, December 14, 2011 23
  • 24. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Rain Outlets/ Bore Packing Pipe fixing• Core cutting• Cleaning• Pipe fixing• Pipe fixing Wednesday, December 14, 2011 24
  • 25. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Rain Outlets/ Bore Packing Filling with WPM SG• Core cutting• Cleaning• Pipe fixing• Pipe fixing• Filling with WPM SG Wednesday, December 14, 2011 25
  • 26. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Rain Outlets/ Bore Packing Priming with WPM 300• Core cutting• Cleaning• Pipe fixing• Pipe fixing• Filling with WPM SG• Priming with WPM 300 Wednesday, December 14, 2011 26
  • 27. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Rain Outlets/ Bore Packing 1st Coat of WPM 002• Core cutting• Cleaning• Pipe fixing• Pipe fixing• Filling with WPM SG• Priming with WPM 300• 1st Coat of WPM 002 Wednesday, December 14, 2011 27
  • 28. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Rain Outlets/ Bore Packing Reinforcement cloth• Core cutting• Cleaning• Pipe fixing• Pipe fixing• Filling with WPM SG• Priming with WPM 300• 1st Coat of WPM 002• Reinforcement Wednesday, December 14, 2011 28
  • 29. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Rain Outlets/ Bore Packing 2nd Coat of WPM 002• Core cutting• Cleaning• Pipe fixing• Pipe fixing• Filling with WPM SG• Priming with WPM 300• 1st Coat of WPM 002• Reinforcement• 2nd Coat of WPM 002 Wednesday, December 14, 2011 29
  • 30. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Dissimilar Construction Joints / Corner treatment Dissimilar joints• Dissimilar joints Wednesday, December 14, 2011 30
  • 31. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Dissimilar Construction Joints / Corner treatment Surface consolidation• Dissimilar joints• Surface consolidation Wednesday, December 14, 2011 31
  • 32. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Dissimilar Construction Joints / Corner treatment Moisture barrier coating• Dissimilar joints• Surface consolidation• Moisture barrier coating Wednesday, December 14, 2011 32
  • 33. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Dissimilar Construction Joints / Corner treatment 1st Coat of WPM 002• Dissimilar joints• Surface consolidation• Moisture barrier coating• 1st Coat of WPM 002 Wednesday, December 14, 2011 33
  • 34. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Dissimilar Construction Joints / Corner treatment Reinforcement cloth• Dissimilar joints• Surface consolidation• Moisture barrier coating• 1st Coat of WPM 002• Reinforcement cloth Wednesday, December 14, 2011 34
  • 35. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Dissimilar Construction Joints / Corner treatment 2nd Coat of WPM 002• Dissimilar joints• Surface consolidation• Moisture barrier coating• 1st Coat of WPM 002• Reinforcement cloth• 2nd Coat of WPM 002 Wednesday, December 14, 2011 35
  • 36. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Surface MoistureMoisture raising in thesurface• Moisture raising in the surface Wednesday, December 14, 2011 36
  • 37. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Surface Moisture Moisture barrier coat• Moisture raising in the surface• Moisture barrier coat Wednesday, December 14, 2011 37
  • 38. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Protection of Waterproofing TreatmentWaterproofing Treatedsurface• Waterproofing treated surface Wednesday, December 14, 2011 38
  • 39. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Protection of Waterproofing Treatment Damages to membrane• Waterproofing treated surface• Damages to treated surface Wednesday, December 14, 2011 39
  • 40. CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Protection of Waterproofing Treatment Protection plastering• Waterproofing treated surface• Damages to treated surface• Protection plastering Wednesday, December 14, 2011 40
  • 41. WATERPROOFING SYSTEM RECOMMENDATIONSWednesday, December 14, 2011 41
  • 42. WET AREA (BATHROOM, TOILET, BALCONY) WATERPROOFINGWT1 - WPM 002 – Two component Acrylic Co polymer modified waterproofing System ADHESIVE WPM 002 WPM 002 WPM 300 Concrete, Timber or AND TILING F/C Substrate
  • 43. WET AREA (BATHROOM, TOILET, BALCONY) WATERPROOFING WT1 - WPM 002 – Two component Acrylic Co polymer modified waterproofing System• Surface preparation• Crack treatment• Wall consolidation• Bond breakers/cove installation• Priming with WPM 300• 1st coat of WPM 002• Reinforcement installation in the corners using WPM deck web over wet coat of WPM 002• 2nd coat of WPM 002• Protection plaster
  • 44. WET AREA (BATHROOM, TOILET, BALCONY) WATERPROOFINGWT2 – WPM 750 Butynol – Synthetic Rubber Sheet 0.50mm – 1mm thick Waterproofing System BUTYNOL #2 BUTYNOL #1 ADHESIVE ARDEX WA 98 Concrete, Timber or AND TILING ARDEX ADHESIVE F/C Substrate SEAM TAPE
  • 45. WET AREA (BATHROOM, TOILET, BALCONY) WATERPROOFING WT2 – WPM 750 Butynol – Synthetic Rubber Sheet 0.50mm – 1mm thick Waterproofing System• Surface preparation• Bond breakers• Adhesive installation• Butynol installation• Joint welding• Tile installation with necessary adhesives
  • 46. WET AREA (BATHROOM, TOILET, BALCONY) WATERPROOFINGWT3 – Waterproofing and decoupling - Seal Sheet under tile waterproofing system Butt joint Seal Sheet Treatment with Waterproofing WPM Deck web sandwiched b/n MembraneNecessary 2coats of WPM 002 BAL Gold star Concrete SubstrateTiling Adhesive Necessary BAL adhesive `
  • 47. WET AREA (BATHROOM, TOILET, BALCONY) WATERPROOFING 002 - Butynol – Synthetic Rubber Sheet 0.50mm – 1mm thick Waterproofing System• Surface preparation• Bond breakers• Adhesive installation• Seal sheet installation• Butt joint treatment• Tile installation with necessary adhesives
  • 48. ROOFS & DECKS – EXPOSED GRADE WATERPROOFINGRE1 – WPM 350 UV Stable Acrylic Co Polymer Modified Waterproofing System WPM 350 WPM 350 WPM 300 Concrete, Timber or F/C Substrate
  • 49. ROOFS & DECKS – EXPOSED GRADE WATERPROOFING RE1 – WPM 350 UV Stable Acrylic Co Polymer Modified Waterproofing System• Surface preparation• Crack treatment• Wall consolidation• Bond breakers/cove installation• Priming with WPM 300• 1st coat of WPM 350• Reinforcement installation in the corners using WPM deck web over wet coat of WPM 350• 2nd coat of WPM 350
  • 50. ROOFS & DECKS – EXPOSED GRADE WATERPROOFINGRE2 - Butynol – Synthetic Rubber Sheet 1.2mm – 1.5mm Waterproofing System ARDEX BUTYNOL #2 ARDEX WA 98 Concrete, Timber or SEAM TAPE ADHESIVE F/C Substrate BUTYNOL #1
  • 51. ROOFS & DECKS – EXPOSED GRADE WATERPROOFING RE2 - Butynol – Synthetic Rubber Sheet 1.2mm – 1.5mm Waterproofing System• Surface preparation• Bond breakers• Adhesive installation• Butynol installation• Seam tape installation• Termination using aluminum pressure bar
  • 52. ROOFS & DECKS WATERPROOFING – PROTECTEDRP1 – WPM 750 Butynol Synthetic Rubber Sheet 0.5 mm thick Waterproofing System BUTYNOL #1 BUTYNOL #2 ARDEX WA 98 Concrete, Timber or TILING WITH Heat weld ADHESIVE F/C Substrate NECESSARY ADHESIVE
  • 53. ROOFS & DECKS WATERPROOFING – PROTECTED RP1 – Butynol Synthetic Rubber Sheet 1.0mm – 1.5mm thick Waterproofing System• Surface preparation• Bond breakers• Adhesive installation• Butynol installation• Sheet joint welding• Termination using aluminum pressure bar• Tile installation using adhesive
  • 54. ROOFS & DECKS WATERPROOFING – PROTECTEDRP2 - WPM 002 – Two Component Acrylic Co Polymer Modified Waterproofing System WPM 002 WPM 002 WPM 300 Concrete, Timber or SCREED / TILING F/C Substrate
  • 55. ROOFS & DECKS WATERPROOFING – PROTECTED RP2 - WPM 002 – Two Component Acrylic Co Polymer Modified Waterproofing System• Surface preparation• Crack treatment• Wall consolidation• Bond breakers/cove installation• Priming with WPM 300• 1st coat of WPM 002• Reinforcement installation in the corners using WPM deck web over wet coat of WPM 002• 2nd coat of WPM 002• Protection plaster• Necessary screeding/tiling
  • 56. ROOFS & DECKS – LANDSCAPE WATERPROOFINGRL1 - WPM 320 – Liquid Applied Root Inhibiting Latex Emulsion Waterproofing System LANDSCAPE WPM 320 WPM 320 WPM 300 Concrete, Timber or F/C Substrate
  • 57. ROOFS & DECKS – LANDSCAPE WATERPROOFING RL1 - WPM 320 – Liquid Applied Root Inhibiting Latex Emulsion Waterproofing System• Surface preparation• Crack treatment• Wall consolidation• Bond breakers/cove installation• Priming with WPM 300• 1st coat of WPM 320• Reinforcement installation in the corners using WPM deck web over wet coat of WPM 320• 2nd coat of WPM 320• Protection plaster• Necessary screeding/tilingdrainage cells
  • 58. Typical Planter Box — Detail Finished height of Membrane min. 50mmCapping or Above soilApplied finishCoating over Apply twoMembrane Coats of WPM 320Podium/deck RetainingWaterproofed with Wall toWPM 350 Wall andRoof & Deck Base ofMembrane Planter box (Min. DFTWPM 265 1.2mm)Primer Slab PU Seal 100 Note: Proper drainage should Be incorporated into planter Planter Box — Drainage Detail Optional: Protection lining Take WPM 320 Pebbles/ (Punch hole Down into waste Stones or Over waste if Ensure 1:80 Drainage cell Using board) Falls to waste Pipe Slab
  • 59. ROOFS & DECKS – LANDSCAPE WATERPROOFINGRL2 - Butynol Synthetic Rubber Sheet 1.0mm – 1.5mm thick Waterproofing System BUTYNOL #1 BUTYNOL #2 ARDEX WA 98 Concrete, Timber or LANDSCAPE ARDEX ADHESIVE F/C Substrate SEAM TAPE
  • 60. ROOFS & DECKS – LANDSCAPE WATERPROOFING RL2 - Butynol Synthetic Rubber Sheet 1.0mm thick Waterproofing System• Surface preparation• Bond breakers• Adhesive installation• Butynol installation• Sheet joint welding• Termination using aluminum pressure bar• Necessary drainage cells
  • 61. ROOFS & DECKS – LANDSCAPE WATERPROOFINGRL3 - WPM 3000 X – 1 Layer Self Adhesive SBS 1.5mm thick Waterproofing System WPM 3000 X SELF ADHESIVE ARDEX Concrete Substrate LANDSCAPE WPM 3000 X WPM 240 SELF ADHESIVE
  • 62. ROOFS & DECKS – LANDSCAPE WATERPROOFING RL3 - WPM 3000 X – 1 Layer Self Adhesive SBS 1.5mm thick Waterproofing System• Surface preparation• Priming with WPM 240• Additional 300mm wide WPM 3000X at all internal and external corners• WPM 3000X installation• Necessary drainage cells
  • 63. BASEMENT FLOOR & WALL BELOW GRADE – POSITIVE SIDEBR1 - WPM 3000 X – 2 Layers of Self Adhesive SBS 3.00mm thick Waterproofing System PROTECTION WPM 3000 X WPM 3000 X ARDEX BOARD WPM 249 Concrete Substrate 2nd LAYER 1st LAYER PRIMER
  • 64. BASEMENT FLOOR & WALL BELOW GRADE – POSITIVE SIDE BR1 - WPM 3000 X – 2 Layers of Self Adhesive SBS 3.00mm thick Waterproofing SystemSystem BenefitsPrime with ARDEX WPM 249 3mm thick systemInstall 2 layers of WPM 3000 X Double seal at laps(1.5mm each), self adhesive SBS Positive vapour barriermembrane in lap staggered manner Uniform film thicknessInstall a Protection Board or Drainage Cell Excellent elongation Life expectancy 20 yrs plusApplicationsBelow Grade basement floor & wallpositive side
  • 65. BASEMENT FLOOR & WALL BELOW GRADE – POSITIVE SIDEBR2 - WPM 3000 X – 1 Layer Self Adhesive SBS 1.5mm thick Waterproofing System WPM 3000 X SELF ADHESIVE ARDEX Concrete Substrate PROTECTION BOARD WPM 3000 X WPM 249 SELF ADHESIVE
  • 66. BASEMENT FLOOR & WALL BELOW GRADE – POSITIVE SIDE BR2 - WPM 3000 X – 1 Layer Self Adhesive SBS 1.5mm thick Waterproofing SystemSystem BenefitsPrime with ARDEX WPM 249 1.5mm thick systemInstall a layer of WPM 3000 X 1.5mm Double seal at lapsself adhesive SBS membrane Positive vapour barrierInstall a Protection Board Uniform film thickness Excellent elongation Life expectancy 10 yrs plusApplicationsBelow Grade basement floor & wallpositive side
  • 67. BASEMENT FLOOR & WALL BELOW GRADE – POSITIVE SIDEBR3 - Butynol Synthetic Rubber Sheet 1.2mm – 1.5mm thick Waterproofing System BUTYNOL #1 BUTYNOL #2 ARDEX WA 98 Concrete, Timber or PROTECTION ARDEX ADHESIVE F/C Substrate BOARD SEAM TAPE
  • 68. BASEMENT FLOOR & WALL BELOW GRADE – POSITIVE SIDE BR3 - Butynol Synthetic Rubber Sheet 1.2mm – 1.5mm thick Waterproofing SystemSystem BenefitsARDEX WA 98 Adhesive Uniform Film ThicknessInstall Butynol Sheet #1 1.4 mtr wide sheets One layer installationApply Seam Primer in between sheet laps High flexibility >300%Apply ARDEX Seam Tape in between sheet laps High tensile strengthInstall Butynol Sheet #2 Compatible with BAL ENDURA AdhesiveInstall a Protection Board Life expectancy 20 yrs plusApplicationsBelow Grade basement floor & wallpositive side
  • 69. BASEMENT FLOOR & WALL BELOW GRADE – POSITIVE SIDEBR 4- WPM 320 – Liquid Applied Below Grade Latex Emulsion Waterproofing System WPM 320 WPM 320 WPM 300 Concrete Substrate
  • 70. BASEMENT FLOOR & WALL BELOW GRADE – POSITIVE SIDE BR4 - WPM 320 – Liquid Applied Below Grade Latex Emulsion Waterproofing SystemSystem BenefitsPrime with WPM 300 1.0mm thick system Contains root inhibitors to prevent rootApply 1st coat of WPM 320 growth ingress to the membraneDeck web reinforcing cloth in corner, cracks & joints Positive vapour barrierApply 2nd coat of WPM 320 Excellent elongationProtection Board Heavy duty, chemical resistant Life expectancy 10 yrs plusApplicationsOnly on positive side retaining wall
  • 71. EXTERNAL FAÇADE & ANTICORBONATION SYSTEMSEF1 - WPM 330 – Anti Carbonation Waterproofing Façade Membrane System WPM 330 WPM 330 WPM 300 Concrete, Timber or FACADE F/C Substrate
  • 72. EXTERNAL FAÇADE & ANTICORBONATION SYSTEMS EF1 - WPM 330 – Anti Carbonation Waterproofing Façade Membrane SystemSystem BenefitsPrime with WPM 300 water based moisture 100% water based acrylic.barrier coat Anti-carbonation semi permeable membrane preventing concreteApply 1 coat of WPM 330 Facade corrosion and allowing the substrate toApply 2nd coat of WPM 330 Facade breathe. Excellent dirt retention properties. Excellent colour retention Variable texture finish High flexibilityApplications Life expectancy 10 yrs plusExternal facades of buildingsCBDs buildingSea shore buildingsChemical & Gas plants etc
  • 73. EXTERNAL FAÇADE & ANTICORBONATION SYSTEMSEF2 - WPM 310 – Waterproofing Facade Membrane System WPM 310 WPM 310 WPM 300 Concrete, Timber or FACADE F/C Substrate
  • 74. EXTERNAL FAÇADE & ANTICORBONATION SYSTEMS EF2 - WPM 310 – Waterproofing Facade Membrane SystemSystem BenefitsPrime with WPM 300 water based primer 100% water based acrylic.Apply 1st coat of WPM 310 Façade membrane Semi permeable membrane allowing the substrate to breathe.Apply 2nd coat of WPM 310 Facade Excellent dirt retention properties. Excellent colour retention Variable texture finish High flexibility Life expectancy 10 yrs plusApplicationsExternal facades of buildings
  • 75. WATER IMMERSION – OHT/UG SUMP TANKING SYSTEMSOS1 – WPM 200/WPM 300/WPM 300 Potable Grade Waterproofing Systems WPM 300 WPM 300 WPM 200 Concrete Substrate/ Neatly plastered substrate
  • 76. WATER IMMERSION – OHT/UG SUMP TANKING SYSTEMS OS1 – WPM 200/WPM 300/WPM 300 Potable Grade Waterproofing SystemsSystem BenefitsApply 1 coat of concrete sealer WPM 200 Two Part Epoxy systemApply 1st coat of WPM 300 Water Based – compatible with damp or wet surfacesApply 2nd coat of WPM 300 0.3 mm thick Bond strength to concrete >5Mpa Life expectancy 10 yrs plusApplicationsInternal of water tanks, reservoirs,fish ponds and water featuresConforms to AS4020 and BS6920 for use incontact with potable water
  • 77. WATER IMMERSION – OHT/UG SUMP TANKING SYSTEMSOS2 Butynol Synthetic Rubber Welded Bag of Butynol 1.5mm Potable Grade Waterproofing System BUTYNOL #2 Concrete Substrate FACTORY WELD BUTYNOL #1
  • 78. WATER IMMERSION – OHT/UG SUMP TANKING SYSTEMS OS2 Butynol Synthetic Rubber Welded Bag of Butynol 1.5mm Potable Grade Waterproofing SystemSystem BenefitsWhere the structural design fits a factory Uniform Film Thicknesswelded bag of Butynol is laid into the Loose laid installationcontainment structure. High flexibility >300%Bag must be detailed in accordance with High tensile strengthArdex recommendations Life expectancy 20 yrs plusConforms to AS4020 for use in contact withpotable waterApplicationsPotable Water Tanks
  • 79. WATER IMMERSION – OHT/UG SUMP TANKING SYSTEMS OS3 WPM 300/WPM 002/WPM 002/Tile/Screed Tanking Waterproofing SystemsTile WPM 002 WPM 002 WPM 300 Concrete SubstrateProtectiveplaster
  • 80. WATER IMMERSION – OHT/UG SUMP TANKING SYSTEMS OS 3 WPM 200/WPM 300/WPM 002/WPM 002/Tile/Screed Tanking Waterproofing SystemsSystem Benefits Two Part Epoxy systemApply 1st coat of WPM 300 Water Based – compatible with damp or wet surfacesApply 2 coats of WPM 002 Acrylic 0.3 mm thickCo polymer waterproofing membrane. Bond strength to concrete >5MpaInstall a protective plaster or tiling Life expectancy 10 yrs plusApplicationsInternal of water tanks, reservoirs,fish ponds and water featuresFor use under tile/under screed
  • 81. WATERPROOFING OF SWIMMING POOL & WATER BODYSP1 WPM 200/WPM 300/WPM 002/WPM 002 Pool Waterproofing System In Hydrostatic Situations ADHESIVE WPM 002 WPM 200 AND TILING WPM 002 WPM 300 Concrete Substrate
  • 82. WATERPROOFING OF SWIMMING POOL & WATER BODY SP1 WPM 200/WPM 300/WPM 002/WPM 002 Pool Waterproofing System In Hydrostatic SituationsSystem BenefitsPrime with WPM 200 concrete sealer Water basedApply 1 coat of WPM 300 Internally reinforced High flexibility >300%Apply 1st coats WPM 002 2 componentwaterproofing membrane Cementitious Acrylic Compatible with BAL ENDURA AdhesiveDeck web polyester cloth (for corners)Apply 2nd coat WPM 002 40Kg covers 20 Sqm Surfaces must be tiledProtective layer of plaster Life expectancy 10 yrs plusNecessary tile installationApplicationsSwimming Pools & Water FeaturesMust be tiled
  • 83. SP2 Seal Sheet – Waterproofing and decoupling membrane- Elevated Pool Waterproofing System In Hydrostatic Situations Seal sheet TILING Waterproofing membrane Necessary Gold star Concrete Substrate Adhesive Adhesive
  • 84. SP2 Seal Sheet – Waterproofing and decoupling membrane - Elevated Pool Waterproofing System In Hydrostatic Situations• Surface preparation• Bond breakers• Adhesive installation• Seal sheet installation• Butt joint treatment• Tile installation with necessary adhesives
  • 85. 1001 Expansion Joint TreatmentTypical C/S of Expansion Joint Treatment
  • 86. 1001 Expansion Joint Treatment THERMO PLASTIC COATED 1ST COAT WPM ELASTOMETER SEALING 2ND COAT WPM TAPE 29200 WPM PRIMER RCC SLAB WITH EXPANSION JOINTPUSEAL 100SEALANT BACKER ROD
  • 87. 1001 Expansion Joint TreatmentSystem BenefitsPrepare the joint with WPM 256 in Total protection of expansion jointsconjunction with cement / sand in all aspects of requirementsInstall a PU Seal 100 after installation of including provision for properpolystyrene backer rod movements and waterproofing propertiesPrime both side of joints with WPM 256 High elongationInstall Coving Bandage sandwiched between2 coats of liquid applied membranes Durable & heavy dutyApplicationsExpansion joints
  • 88. THANK YOUFOR YOUR ATTENTION