Line of gaskets in sodium bentonite, butyl rubber, bituminous resins and special compounds of PVC + NBR (rubber), in different sections and widths, in rolls or pre-formed strips, self-adhesive or to be nailed/pasted/inserted into concrete, designed to seal structural joints, construction joints, expansion joints, connections between elements and prefabricated box elements, with or without tongue-and-groove joint.
Non hydro-expansive waterstop for waterproofing joints based on bituminous resins. It is used for sealing both horizontal and vertical joints; it is suitable for tunnels, car parks, purification plants, tanks, canalizations, sewer collectors and in general for underground works subject to occasional or permanent contact with water.
Non hydro-expansive waterstop for waterproof connections between prefabricated structures, based on bituminous resins. It is used for sealing both horizontal and vertical joints; it is suitable for tunnels, sewage treatment plants, septic tanks, tanks, ducts, sewer collectors, box culverts and generally for any prefabricated concrete structure.
Hydro-expansive joint sealing waterstop, based on sodium bentonite, butyl rubber and bitumen. It is used for sealing both horizontal and vertical joints. It is suitable for tunnels, car parks, purification plants, tanks, sewers and in general for underground works subject to occasional or permanent contact with water.
Profiles based on thermoplastic vinyl resins of the highest quality, with high resistance to aging, to the aggressive action of alkaline acid substances and to mechanical stress. They are used, depending on their cross-section and shape, in expansion joints, in construction joints and in any type of structure (civil, industrial, etc.), in order to give the latter a perfect hydraulic seal.
Any building work requires appropriate structural breaks to allow free movement caused by settling, thermal expansion of materials, deformation under load. A structural joint has the twofold task of absorbing such movements at predetermined points of the structure, without causing cracks and fissures in adjacent areas, and of waterproofing the interstice from the ingress of water, air and foreign bodies. Structures in contact with water or moisture must be designed and built with great care, so that the joints are watertight.