Resin-based hydro-proofing

Waterproofing building surfaces to protect against moisture and water damage.

Resin-based hydro-proofing is one of the most effective methods for protecting building and structure surfaces from water. They are resistant to weathering, chemicals, and corrosion, making them ideal for use in potable water tanks, wastewater treatment plants, bridge construction, and industrial applications.


Hydro-proofing is a process aimed at protecting building surfaces from water and moisture penetration. Various materials are used for hydro-proofing, including resins (epoxy, polyurethane, vinyl ester).


Hydro-proofing is particularly important in the case of potable water tanks and wastewater treatment plants. In these cases, it is necessary to prevent water from entering the environment and ensure high-quality water.


Different techniques are used in the process of hydro-proofing, depending on the type of surface to be protected and the type of material used. Hydro-proofing can be applied in the form of manual painting, plastering, or high-pressure, high-temperature spraying.


Polymocznik is a material used for isolating surfaces subjected to high mechanical, chemical, and high-temperature stresses.


Cement slurries are materials primarily used for hydro-proofing of terraces, balconies, and foundations. They are resistant to high water pressure and adverse weather conditions.


Hydro-proofing is essential for protecting building surfaces from moisture and water, and resins (epoxy, polyurethane, vinyl ester), and cement slurries are effective materials for their implementation. It is important to invest in professional hydro-proofing and structural protection from the destructive effects of water to ensure safe water quality and environmental protection.