Liquid waterproofing is based on reaction resins. These are applied to the actual substrate on-site in cold liquid form and reinforced with a fleece inlay. The liquid resin adapts to all structural features and cures to form a seamless, permanently elastic membrane, which bonds tightly to the substrate, thus providing long-term protection.
Waterproofings and coatings
The requirements placed on waterproofing determine which material characteristics are required. If this factor is ignored, it will usually result in the application of unsuitable materials. Therefore, the market must differentiate between the terms coating, which can provide a certain ability to bridge cracks, and waterproofing with liquid resins. Their carrier inserts ensure the required layer thickness over the entire surface - horizontally, vertically and even overhead. The resulting limited expansion properties with higher tear resistance guarantee the secure bridging of joints and any subsequent cracks and expansions.