Newton Waterproofing

Exclusive Trade Partnership For Newton and Hauff-Technik Sealing Systems

  • 3 May 2019

Newton Waterproofing has announced it is now the exclusive specialist trade partner for Hauff-Technik in the UK waterproofing industry.

Based in Germany, Hauff-Technik are one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of high-quality, engineered solutions and sealing systems for sealing pipe penetrations, service and cable entries through below-ground structures.

Able to provide the right solution for even the most unique challenges, Hauff-Technik products are regularly checked with certifications and assessments to guarantee they meet the highest standards.

As their exclusive trade partner in the UK waterproofing industry, Newton are the only UK-based company able to directly supply Hauff-Technik products for customers’ waterproofing projects.

Often, one of the main reasons for water ingress into a basement is a poorly sealed penetration through the wall of the structure.

Due to the notoriously difficult nature of effectively sealing a pipe or cable entry to a below-ground structure, Hauff-Technik offer over 3,000 purpose-made, mechanical solutions.

These products guarantee any service duct will always be watertight and gas-tight, and will also protect buildings from penetrating fire, dirt and vermin.

Furthermore, every one of Hauff-Technik’s innovative solutions guarantee absolute economic efficiency, user friendliness and durability in all kinds of construction work, from construction services to residential houses and large infrastructure projects such as power stations and airports.

The Hauff-Technik products available from Newton fall into three main categories; external sealing of pipes, external sealing of service entry sleeves, and sealing of cables and pipes within service sleeves.

Newton will work with customers to identify which solution would be best suited to individual requirements.

To ensure a structure is waterproof from the start, Hauff-Technik offer a varied range of cost-effective external sealing solutions for both pipes and service entries.

From first-time installation to the retrofit sealing of pipes, the innovative range is suitable for every requirement and task.

View Newton’s Hauff-Technik product page for further information. As a specialist trade partner of Hauff-Technik, Newton can also provide any products not shown on the page along with bespoke configurations tailored to your project.

To discuss bespoke requirements or to place an order for Hauff-Technik products, call 01732 360 095 to speak to the technical team or email [email protected]

Newton Waterproofing Systems,
Newton House,
17-20 Sovereign Way,
Tonbridge,
Kent,
United Kingdom,
TN9 1RH

Phone: 01732 360 095
Fax: 01732 359 033
E-mail: [email protected]

 

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