Delta Membrane Systems Limited has launched the innovative AT 800, which bridges Type C waterproofing and ground gas protection.
This innovative Type C Drainage Membrane which satisfies both BS 8102:2009 and BS 8485:2015+A1:2019, Table 7 achieving waterproofing and ground gas protection simultaneously.
Delta AT 800 will lessen the complexities of waterproofing and gas protection to below ground structures where BS 8102:2009 and BS 8485:2015+A1:2019 do not currently align.
Delta AT 800 has high compressive strength, excellent compressive shear behaviour, high resistance to alkalis and satisfies ISO EN 15105-1 Methane permeability (manometric test method) requirement as stipulated in Table 7 BS8485:2015 +A1:2019.
The Delta AT 800 can be used as part of a twin waterproofing and gas protection system, in conjunction with Delta’s MemTech gas protection systems and its waterproofing range. Delta AT 800 is suitable for new, existing and retrofitting systems.
Delta Membrane Systems Limited is the leading Type C Cavity Drain Membrane Manufacturer in the United
Kingdom, providing a full range of waterproofing and damp proofing solutions for architects, specifiers,
developers, contractors and homeowners on new, retrofit and refurbishment construction and in flood resilience.
The company also supply ground gas protection membranes protecting structures from harmful ground gases such as radon, carbon dioxide, methane and hydrocarbons.
With over 125 years of manufacturing experience, Delta is an impeccable partner on every project, with its skills having been mastered through experience in the waterproofing industry.
Delta’s Technical Team will help from concept to completion, with its projects include commercial and residential developments, new-build and refurbishment, civil infrastructure projects and domestic basements.
Its nationwide network of Delta Registered Installers offers a fully guaranteed installation service.
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