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water proofing.pptx

  1. 1. Waterproofing Waterproofing describe as making an object/ building/ space water tight or water resistant.
  2. 2. Bitumen • Produced from petroleum distillation residue(From Crude oil). • Hydro-Carbon.70-80 % carbon 10-20% hydrogen 5% of oxygen, Sulfur and Nitrogen etc. • Black and brown in colour. • Plastic qualities (expand in heat but never went to original state) • Viscous (Thick and elastic) • Ages- It ages with time so the properties are (In contact with atmosphere it oxidized.) and make it brittle, rough and hard. • Good adhesive in favorable conditions. • UV rays fasten the process of decay and convert some form to gas.
  3. 3. Bitumen
  4. 4. Asphalt • Synthetic mix of sand and bitumen. • Produced for industrial use. • Sheets of asphalt produced for waterproofing and other industrial purpose. • Increase durability than bitumen. • Ignite when expose to spark or open flame at high temperature. • Water repellent.
  5. 5. Asphalt
  6. 6. Polyurethane sheets • Diisocyanates mix with many chemicals to produced Polyurethane Compouned. • Founded by Dr. Proff. Otto Bayer • Insulating material • Weather resistance • Durable • Non degradable • Flexible • Light weight
  7. 7. Marine Board • Consciously carved material for using in marine decks other places where normal Ply board can’t stand. • Insulating material • Durable • Flexible
  8. 8. Waterproofing required • Roof • Wall and Openings • Floors • Washrooms/ Toilet • Kitchen • Terrace Gardens • Basements • Swimming pools • Expansion joint

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