Solvent-free and odourless waterproofing and surfacing systems for industrial kitchens and other indoor areas
Waterproofing is expected to prevent moisture penetrating the building fabric and to protect it against irreparable damage.
Waterproofing systems for industrial kitchens and canteens must meet specific requirements. For reasons of hygiene, the floors and walls are regularly cleaned with water and disinfectant.
Kitchens are, therefore, equipped with a floor drainage system and are basically always waterproofed, irrespective of whether the floors and walls are tiled or not. A particular challenge is the released fatty acids that are deposited on all the surfaces.
Without reliable waterproofing, these acids will attack cement-based materials, such as concrete, and steel reinforcements, causing extensive and costly damage to the structure of the building.