Many ongoing construction projects incorporate designated tree pit areas for future tree planting and floral arrangements. However, even within these meticulously crafted public spaces, waterproofing remains a critical focus to safeguard against potential damage caused by tree roots and the underlying floors.
extraordinary material combines the strength of EPOXY with the elastomer of RUBBER, surpassing the waterproofing capabilities of traditional materials.
＊＊GRETEC®Here are the Ten essential steps for implementing the GRETEC® waterproofing construction method.＊＊
Utilizing concrete floor ginder to eliminate debris and weak sections from the concrete surface.
Implementing high-pressure water cleaning to ensure meticulous removal of dust particles.
Ensuring that the humidity level is below 8% before commencing the construction process
priming – to facilitate adhesion between the waterproofing material and the concrete surface.
Applying OLYKKO PS1K to reinforce all weak spot, dissimilar materials, pipe edges, and joints
Applying GRETEC Sprayable/hand-appliable
Thickness Measurement by ultrasonic wave without casing any damange
Pinhole Leaks Prevention and ensure the integrity of perforations and openings on the surface
Sand broadcasting to facilitate convenient adhesion during the construction process.
72 Hours Water Leaking Test and detailed inspection of the lower floor