Paying attention to waterproofing products which offer protection in event of fire is not the norm. However, the benefits of doing so are not quite as crazy as it sounds, Delta explains…
Delta’s technical team worked tirelessly during the first national lockdown, pulling out all the stops to deliver industry leading ‘On Demand’ Seminars.
The British Standard regarding structural waterproofing is BS8102:2009 – this standard encourages the use of a Waterproofing Design Specialist to a design team, explain Delta Membranes. NHBC Chapter 5.4 mirrors these guidelines. In cases of litigation or disputes both BS8102:2009 and NHBC Chapter 5.4 will be used as a benchmark. Both standards place great emphasis[…]
The object of structural waterproofing is to protect a structure for its lifetime from water ingress – Delta Membranes explain more about that in this piece…
One of the most interesting questions in waterproofing is what is positive side and negative side waterproofing? It is a great question, say Delta Membranes…
Newton Waterproofing has exclusively partnered with RASCOR International to bring the Switzerland-based company’s unique RASCOtank system to the UK.
Newton Waterproofing has showcased its commitment to developing by joining The 5% Club.
Vince Tansey, Business Development Manager and recent addition to the Newton Waterproofing family, has recently gained the highly desirable CSSW qualification.
Newton Waterproofing Systems is proud to be working alongside the PCA, to offer the highly desirable CSSW training course and exam at its head office in Tonbridge, Kent.
Buildings all around the world rely on structural waterproofing systems; Delta Membranes have explored the various types of waterproofing.