The sealing of tunnels requires specialised injection techniques in order to be able to use different sealing materials, depending on the type and nature of the tunnel wall. In most cases, injection in tunnelling serves to control and monitor the groundwater and to improve the stability and consolidation of the ground. By using specific injection methods, a successful and durable sealing against pressing water is possible.
Due to its constant contact with the ground, the cellar is particularly at risk of allowing moisture to penetrate the masonry. In the case of a damp cellar, further penetration of moisture into the brickwork must be prevented above all. For the correct renovation method, it must be clarified where the moisture penetrates into the masonry. If it is possible to seal from the outside or only from the inside, is it capillary moisture, oppressive moisture or other water damage. In order to avoid major defects in the building structure and mould, the cellar must be permanently waterproofed.
Every building is subject to a natural aging process, in addition, buildings are also exposed to various environmental influences. Therefore, there are many different reasons to preserve buildings. Both economic and safety regulations require continuous maintenance and the preservation and repair of old and new buildings. A central role in the restoration of buildings is played by structural waterproofing such as masonry waterproofing or joint sealing, coatings and the repair of buildings, underground car parks, bridges and roofs.
Wherever building fabric regularly comes into contact with moisture: for walls and floors under tiles in bathrooms, showers, saunas and swimming pools, careful sealing is required. Our tested composite waterproofing prevents the penetration of moisture, and floor and wall surfaces that are heavily exposed to water are permanently sealed.