The future of cities is going to be massive buildings having many souls residing in single buildings. To overcome the ancillaries of these buildings such as parking services etc multi level basement parking are need of the day. To meet the requirement and demand for durable structures includes waterproof structures.
This lead to good requirement of waterproofing techniques which is durable and efficient enough for future. Thus, to render this service, we introduce ourselves as
Crystalline Waterproofing Technology
Crystalline Technology waterproofs and thus enhances the durability of concrete structures by pore-blocking mechanism, where in the pores, capillaries and micro-cracks in the concrete are blocked with a non-soluble, crystalline formation.
Crystalline Waterproofing Coating
Crystalline waterproofing as a coating system can be brush-applied or sprayed. The crystalline waterproofing coating system has a unique chemical diffusion characteristic. Hence, for efficient results, workmanship, viz. surface preparation, surface saturation, dosage and curing, etc. is highly important.
Negative Side Waterproofing
Existing basements that are subject to water seepage through foundation walls and floors can be treated by crystalline waterproofing on the negative side, i.e, the inside of the structure. Coatings that depend on their adhesion to the surface will delaminate. Since crystalline waterproofing penetrates into the concrete and blocks the pores beneath the surface, it does not depend on surface adhesion and therefore will not peel off.
Positive Side waterproofing
Exterior basement waterproofing systems stop ground water from reaching the basement walls as well as prevent mold and other damage which can occur in wet basement areas.
Waterproofing an exterior is the recognized IBC method to prevent damage caused by water. Exterior sealants were once only asphalt-based damp proofing, but now the most common kind of exterior basement waterproofing systems use a polymer base. This kind of material will last for the life of the building.
Drainage can be used to mitigate basement water and is often considered to be another form of basement waterproofing. Water drainage functions by drawing water away from the foundation, and forcing it into a drain, or through a pump system.