Winter 2014

Waterproof Magazine Fall 2008 Issue

Selecting a Spray-Applied Air Barrier
by Colin Szewaga

Air barriers are becoming more common because they reduce energy use and many codes now require them. Fluid-applied membranes are especially popular because of their continuity, strength, and airtightness.

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The Importance of Dehumidifiers
Dehumidifiers are often a critical component of a waterproofing system. But determining their size, placement and features is an essential part of making sure the units perform as intended.

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Crystalline Solutions for Wastewater Plants
Waterproofing and sealing wastewater treatment facilities are difficult because of the constant immersion, extreme head pressure, and sometimes caustic chemicals.

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A Different Direction: Green Walls
No longer satisfied with green roofs, designers are now developing vertical gardens and green walls, which require a new approach to waterproofing.

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