Delta Membranes

New product development from waterproofing leaders Delta Membranes

  • 9 Mar 2020

Delta Membrane Systems Limited are leading the field in innovations within the waterproofing sector, as it launches the new Delta PT 3mm Membrane.

This membrane has been specifically developed for addressing the issues of damp and contaminated walls, or where fast reinstatement of wall finishes is required following chemical damp proof injection.

Delta PT 3mm has a High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) low profile studded membrane, with a heat welded polypropylene mesh that provides a key for plasters, renders and dab fixing of plasterboards.

Air-gap membranes are particularly useful in projects that require waterproofing, damp proofing or a barrier against contamination, especially in barn conversion projects. Air gap membranes allow for the immediate reinstatement of plastered finishes following treatment.

The PT 3mm membrane can be used in a range of ways, is easy to apply and offers a long-term protection to buildings and structures.

Delta Membranes

Kevin Dodds, Director at Delta Membranes, commented: “Achieving sustainability in manufacturing requires a comprehensive view spanning not just the product and the manufacturing processes, but also the entire supply chain, including product lifespan.

“We recognise the need to provide leadership, promote quality and add value in all aspects of construction especially the waterproofing sector. We shall continue to invest in technologies and to lead the field.”

Delta specialise in solutions, from the smallest domestic project to high-end residential developments, commercial structures and civil projects which can be tailored to even the most challenging environment – above or below ground.

It considers the entire project process, from concept to completion, to the very finest of detail and can offer solutions for all manner of project requirements.

Delta has built a reputation for offering the finest technical and customer support for waterproofing and damp proofing systems in the country, with its technical team able to provide extensive expertise covering a broad range of specialist systems, with troubleshooting and every other step along the way.

Delta Membrane Systems,
Delta House,
Merlin Way,
North Weald,
CM16 6HR
United Kingdom

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