Concrete repair using seamless liquid membranes.

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Concrete Repair Services Melbourne Australia
Phone: 03 8812 2918
http://www.waterproofingfew.com.au

F.E.W Waterproofing’s expert team are experienced in identifying and treating the cause of concrete deterioration, whether due to carbonisation, chemical attack or mechanical damage

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Concrete repair using seamless liquid membranes.

  1. 1.  www.waterproofingfew.com.au  Phone 03 8812 2918
  2. 2. Based In Melbourne Australia  F.E.W Waterproofing’s expert team are  experienced in identifying and treating  the cause of concrete deterioration,  whether due to carbonisation, chemical  attack or mechanical damage.
  3. 3. A project recently completed by F.E.W Waterproofing: Repair concrete slab and existing waterproof membrane which was used as overhead protection for an underground Electronic Control Room. Concrete roof had been landscaped into a public access area.
  4. 4.  Due to an existing defective waterproof membrane within the concrete slab, water ingress was occurring down the walls in the underground electronic control room. This emphasizes the importance of using experienced waterproofing applicators, products and methodology.
  5. 5. Water ingress into Control Room underground
  6. 6. Due to ageing, inferior waterproof membranes lack flexibility and consequently cracks occur at various points. This causes the membrane to delaminate, decompose and/or deteriorate over time. Waterproofing membranes may delaminate from a continually wet substrate, or a substrate with a high moisture vapour emission rate (MVER).
  7. 7. Common faults we see all the time with with sheet membranes. Sheet waterproof membranes delaminate at joins/seams and also at area of turn ups.
  8. 8. F.E.W Waterproofing takes great care inspecting all surfaces to be coated. These must be thoroughly clean prior to installing a waterproofing membrane. Smooth, monolithic concrete surfaces are required for proper membrane adhesion. Surfaces must be free of voids, spalled areas, loose aggregates, and sharp protrusions, with no coarse aggregate visible.
  9. 9. F.E.W Team dug out the area above the water leak, exposing the defective membrane demonstrating delamination and broken seams/joins.
  10. 10. We spray applied Liquid Rubber waterproof membranes. Watertight integrity, flexibility, adhesiveness and self- healing characteristics of Liquid Rubber make it well suited for repairing and restoring damaged waterproofing membrane systems.
  11. 11.  Liquid Rubber bonds to any surface to create an impervious waterproofing membrane.  Consisting of a highly elastomeric polymer rubber infused with adhesives, Liquid Rubber absorbs movement, minimizes damage and separation, and is resistant to wide temperature fluctuations.
  12. 12. We provide: Structural Waterproofing Remedial Waterproofing Concrete Repair Crack Injection Environmentally Friendly Protective Coatings
  13. 13.  www.waterproofingfew.com.au Phone 03 8812 2918

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