are the guarantee of durability of building structures of any complexity and for any purpose.
Comparatively "young" technology, but already proved to be exclusively positive. The main advantage of liquid protection is obvious – it can protect the surface of any geometry and texture.
There is a number of characteristics that an ideal type of waterproofing should have - safety for human health, resistance to a wide range of climatic conditions, high maximum service life of this coating, elasticity, fast and convenient installation, reliable protection against water.
ISOPOLANT material groups:
are used for primer coatings before applying basic waterproofing coatings and are suitable for most bases, have low consumption, good penetration into porous materials, versatility and ease of use.
are liquid, seamless monolithic membranes, which are used in a cold method and have unique qualities. After being applied to the base surface, they polymerize to form a strong, flexible, seamless, monolithic coating with high mechanical, waterproofing and performance characteristics.
are used to protect polyurethane waterproofing coatings: from UV exposure, under pedestrian loads and non-intensive traffic of cars. Along with these, the materials can be used as a protective coating for metal and concrete surfaces.
are materials for compaction of corner joints of bearing structures, for joints and seams, for roof parts and elements, etc. An important feature of the products is their resistance to weather changes and the possibility of colouring.
is a polyurethane, hydro-active, injection resin of hydrophobic type based on special polymers, with low viscosity for filling the voids, fixing the soil and stopping high pressure leaks. Interacting with water, it increases greatly in volume with the formation of hydrophobic type elastic foam. The material is easily movable and plastic, penetrates well into building materials, blocking the penetration of moisture.