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Basement Drainage for Below Ground Structures
Basement Drainage for Below Ground Structures

When waterproofing a below ground structure with a Type C cavity membrane system, a suitable basement drainage system is also required to safely remove ground water ingress which percolates the structure.

This drainage system is made up of four key components – a submersible pump, often referred to as a sump pump, basement drainage channels/modular drainage system, high level water alarm(s) and battery backup(s), larger projects may also require a control panel.  

The first stage of a cavity drainage system install is to provide an accessible and maintainable drainage system.  Whether new build or retrofitting, the drainage system is always the first step. 

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New Delta MS 500 Fire Retardant System
New Delta MS 500 Fire Retardant System

Delta propels the waterproofing sector with the launch of Delta MS 500 Fire Retardant system. 

Utilising the highest grade of High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Delta MS 500 Fire, has a fire classification of B-s2, d0 to ensure safe use in buildings.  Delta MS 500 Fire offers the same design flexibility as MS 500, whilst maintaining the brands quality, ensuring the system offers strength, durability, functionality and workability.

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FloodRecover™ – A new partnership in PFR Solutions
FloodRecover™ – A new partnership in PFR Solutions

Delta Membrane Systems Limited, Aquobex, Dragonboard, Timberwise, Sealwise and OGKitchens proudly announce their UK FloodRecover™ partnership, whereby the six companies will combine their expertise in property flood resilience (PFR) to provide homeowners and business owners a complete packaged solution to flood resilience, resistance and recoverability.

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Waterproofing and Sealing Expansion Joints
Waterproofing and Sealing Expansion Joints

The key function of waterproofing an expansion joint is to minimize water ingress into a structure by creating a secure waterproofing barrier.  Penetrating water may cause damage and may reduce the usage and lifecycle of the building.

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