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KA Tanking Slurry Available From Greengates Builders Merchants Accrington

The KA Tanking Slurry water­pro­ofing system

The complete crystalline solution to water­pro­ofing masonry and blockwork.

The KA system is designed to function against water penetration in various conditions. KA Tanking Slurry is supplied as a powder and when mixed with water, is applied directly to concrete, blockwork masonry or cement renders in areas where general water­pro­ofing is required. KA Tanking Slurry is used in conjunction with KA Super Plug for instant leak plugging.

The KA Tanking Slurry water­pro­ofing system provides a solution to water leakage, ingress or seepage in concrete structures or any cementitious substrate. The formation and development of insoluble crystals into water bearing capillaries and fissures effectively blocks the further passage of water and ensures permanent water tightness for the life of the structure.

KA tanking Slurry can be applied to new or old structurally sound surfaces. It can be applied either to the negative or the positive side and will negate dampness in ground water
permeation even under hydrostatic pressure.
 

KA Tanking Slurry can be used for the following appli­cations.

Underground Cellars, basement car parks, garages, etc.
• Pre-stressed and pre-cast concrete units
• Tunnels, silos, irrigation channels
• Bathrooms, kitchens, etc
• Lift Shafts
• Vehicle maintenance pits

• Retaining Walls and columns in reservoirs
• Swimming Pools prior to tiling or painting
• Concrete drinking water tanks
• Water Treatment and sewerage plants
• Foundation Slabs
• Available in White and Grey.

why not give us a ring today or come and pay us a visit at our Whalley Road Yard where one of our staff will be only to please to help you with more information on this fantastic product

Greengates Builders Merchants delivering to the whole of Lancashire including: Accrington, Blackburn, Burnley, Clitheroe, Darwen, Great Harwood, Haslingden, Padiham and Pendle.

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