Waterproofing is the process of making an object or structure airtight or waterproof so that it is relatively unaffected by air or resists the entry of air under certain conditions. These products can be used in wet environments to a certain depth.

Combination of architectural coating and waterproofing environmentally friendly.

Water resistance and often refers to the penetration of water in a liquid state and possibly under pressure, whereas moisture proof refers to resistance to moisture. Permeation of water vapor through a material or structure is reported as the rate of water vapor transmission (MVTR).

The hulls of ships and boats were once watertight by setting tar or pitch. Modern items can be waterproofed by applying a waterproofing coating or by sealing the seams with gaskets or o-rings.

Waterproofing is used to refer to building structures such as :

  • Basement
  • Deck
  • Wet Area
  • Boat
  • Barge
  • Dock
  • Rigid Concrete Surface
  • Asphalt
  • Metal

Our waterproofing that can be used in wet environments or under water to a certain depth.