Impregnation Sealers | Tanking System | Injection Systems
Thanks to hydrophobizing impregnation, the capillary water absorption of a façade through rain and splashwater is significantly reduced. The water repelling, hydrophobic treatment is therefore a sensible damage-preventing and/or supplementary measure.
Water and salt are responsible for most building damage. As a consequence, visible damp lines, destroyed joints, sanding or, in the worst case, can cause irreparable damage to the building's substance. In addition, brick walls saturated with moisture are harmful to users and residents. The basis for solving these kind of complex damage processes is good planning - the waterproofing concept.
Over the past few decades, injection procedures for the subsequent production of horizontal impervious layers in the brickwork have established and proven themselves. These are effective, clean and, in particular, inexpensive procedures. The latest development in this field is the revolutionary cream technology.
Rising Damp System
Non invasive Rising damp solution using The electrophysical principle or geomagnetic system.
Remmers Waterproofing & Tanking System
Remmers are renowned for their technical innovations in materials for facade restoration and protection. This includes systems for natural stone and brickwork, timber framed infill, rendered and reinforced concrete substrates. Heritage, traditionally built and modern structures all around the world are protected, successfully restored and refurbished with Remmers systems.
One of the primary requirements for facades is the prevention of water ingress and the management of water and water vapour movement through and out of the building, particularly from the fabric of the building envelope. This is of course exactly the same for the foundations and any below ground areas of building structures.
USP-100 Impregnation Treatment impregnation prevents ingress of most types of urban contamination, including oils and graffiti to wall, paving and roof, porous building substrates.