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Bituminous System.

Asphalt, also known as bitumen, is a tacky, black and highly viscous liquid or semi-solid form of petroleum. The primary use of   asphalt/bitumen is in road construction, where it is used as the glue or binder mixed with aggregate particles to create asphalt concrete. Its other main uses are for bituminous waterproofing products, including the production of waterproofing membranes and protection boards and for sealing flat roofs.

There are two general types of polymer modified bitumen membranes. Those with the   principal modifier being atactic polypropylene   (APP) and those with bitumen modified with styrene butadiene styrene (SBS). This polymer modified membranes differ in characteristics as well as application. Generally, atactic polypropylene polymer modified bitumen possess   the characteristic of a ‘plasticised asphalt’, whereas styrene butadiene styrene polymer modified bitumen have a characteristic of ‘rubberised asphalt’.

PVC System (Polyvinyl Chloride).

Polyvinyl Chloride, commonly abbreviated as PVC, is the third-most widely produced plastic, after polyethylene and polypropylene. PVC is   used in construction because it is more effective than traditional materials. It can be made softer and more flexible by the addition of plasticisers.

Thermoplastic materials are distinguished from thermosets in which there is no chemical cross-linking. Because of the material’s chemical   nature, some thermoplastic membrane may be seamed by either hot air or solvent welding.

Thermoplastic Olefin (TPO).

TPO membranes are compounded from a blend of polypropylene and ethylene-propylene polymers. Flame retardant, pigments, UV   absorbers and other proprietary ingredients may also be included in TPO roof membrane formulations.

TPO membrane may or may not be reinforced. TPO membrane may be ballasted fully adhered, mechanically fixed to an approved substrate, or as a protected membrane roof.

Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer Or Terpolymer (EPDM).

EPDM is an extremely durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane and is principally composed of two compounds, ethylene and propylene,   which are derived from oil and natural gas. EPDM is usually offered in its natural black colour, although sheets can be formulated to form a   white membrane. This is used for Roofing and Substructure applications.

Liquid Waterproofing Coatings.

Liquid waterproofing is the process of making a surface or object water resistant in given conditions by applying a liquid coating to it. The   liquid coatings, whether single-or multiple-component, are easy to apply and provide long-lasting protection to metals, wood, concrete and   other surfaces.

Liquid waterproofing involves the application of a monolithic, fully bonded, liquid-based coating to the substrate. The coating cures to form a   rubber-like elastomeric waterproof membrane, capable of stretching and returning to its original shape without damage. Such coating systems are usually reinforced with secondary materials such as glass-reinforced plastic to provide additional tensile strength.

Liquid waterproofing can be undertaken with high-performance materials. Many of the products used in the liquid waterproofing process have been independently tested and their performance verified.

The benefits of this process lie in its simplicity to apply. The joint-free process is the most important benefit as there is significantly no chances of seepage of water unlike in other waterproofing methods. Unlike the installation processes of asphalt and bitumen membranes,   liquid waterproofing does not involve hot works. The coating material used in the liquid waterproofing process is applied cold, thus negating   any fire risk.

Concrete Repairs And Injection Systems.

Concrete Crack Injection is the preferred repair method for both cracks in horizontal concrete foundations and vertical concrete surfaces. It also is used to eliminate moisture intrusion in cracks left from other foundation repairs.

The benefit of this process is that injections are specially formulated to permanently restore structural strength to cracked concrete by welding the crack together.

Combo Roof System.

Combo Roof System is a technologically advanced system that offers durability, low maintenance costs and made from sustainable raw   materials. It is the fastest way to insulate and waterproof the entire roof.

The important constituents of this multiple layer system comprise of polyurethane foam, acrylic coating, screed and the final top coat.

Benefits of this process are that polyurethane foam is fully bonded to the roof slab, making it impermeable to water. The Combo Roof   System reduces the relative dead load of the structure by 20% and work can be completed in 30% less time. The system has been expertly   engineered to meet any U Value set out by the local regulations or as required by the consultant or client

Bonded System.

Designed for a wide range of floors exposed to extreme wear and tear. Recommended for steel plants, plant rooms, warehouses, factories,   aircraft hangars, food and beverage plants and oil refineries.


Epoxy Screed.

Designed for a wide range of floors exposed to extreme wear and tear. Recommended for steel plants, plant rooms, warehouses, factories,   aircraft hangars, food and beverage plants and oil refineries.

Epoxy self Levelling.

It is a self levelling product leaving a seamless surface. It is flexible, abrasion, impact, chemical and slip resistant, and it is suitable for a wide range of floors with various levels of mechanical and chemical exposure. Specially designed for industrial floors, laboratories, hospitals, food   and beverage plants, kitchens, high tech manufacturing facilities, dairies, warehouses, factories and hangars. May be used as a scrape coat to   cover minor undulations on the surface.

Cementitious self-levelling.

Cementitious, self-leveling underlayment is a one component, durable and versatile cementitious underlayment for interior concrete, and cementitious substrates. It can be applied manually or by pump to produce a self-smoothing, rapid-setting, flat and economical substrate prior to the application of a final floor finish. Typical application thickness is 1/8 to 2 inches* (3 to 50 mm). * in localized areas USES Interior floor leveling and smoothing applications where floor coverings are to follow, such as: Institutional – schools, colleges, hospitals, clinics, libraries, galleries, museums Commercial – offices, corridors, hallways, canteens, cafeterias, stores, hotels, restaurants Residential – domestic properties, condominiums and high rise construction.

Epoxy Coating.

The epoxy floor coating system designed to offer seamless, durable floor protection at applied thicknesses between 0.2 to 0.40mm, the   epoxy floor coating exhibits excellent wear, abrasion and chemical resistance and is suitable for use in a wide variety of industrial and   commercial applications, It can be used to provide a surface coating with a high gloss hygienic finish or a slip resistant coating system, and it   is  provides impermeable protection against common oils, greases, lubricants, aviation fuels and hydraulic oils such as Skydrol. As in all corrosive situations.

Polyurethane Coating.

the polyurethane traffic deck system designed to provide an added level of protection to new and existing trafficked areas such as car park decks, car park ramps, Aircraft hangars, Transport depots, The of the polyurethane coating Suitable for all zones in a car park, seamless and   waterproof , rapid application, reliable and safe, UV resistant and  available in a range of colours.

Terrazzo Flooring System.

Terrazzo flooring system is often specified in projects like airports, schools, and office buildings because of its benefits over other flooring   systems. Overall, installing epoxy terrazzo brings longevity, low maintenance, durability, and flexible designs to any indoor space. No other flooring material offers specifiers with the uniqueness and creativity of epoxy terrazzo along with its lasting and low maintenance lifecycle after installation.