(Vancouver, Canada) – British Columbia’s Kryton International is taking another lead in the exportation of Canadian innovation engineered for the global construction industry. Decades ago, Kryton ushered integral concrete waterproofing admixtures into the construction mainstream and is continuing its innovative mandate. It recently acquired Cementec Industries, a manufacturer of concrete additive solutions for the construction, … Read More
This year sees great advancements being made in restoration products and services by ROBIN BRUNET Aging infrastructure and acts of God will always ensure that those in the restoration business, and especially those who manufacture restoration products, are kept busy in perpetuity – and 2017 was no exception. Canadian roads in greater need of repair … Read More
Vancouver-based Kryton International, which specialises in crystalline concrete waterproofing, has acquired Calgary-based Cementec Industries, a manufacturer of concrete additive solutionsfor the construction and oil & gas industries. Cementec has developed Hard-Cem, the integral concrete hardening admixture that provides concrete with excellent resistance to abrasion and erosion. With this admixture, concrete floors and infrastructure are said … Read More
Water and moisture in the basement will considerably reduce the value of a home. That’s because moisture allows mold to grow, and the musty smell is not only unpleasant but can also cause health disorders. Leaky foundation walls in commercial structures cause similar damage. In extreme cases, liquid water will actually be seeping or flowing … Read More
Kryton International, una empresa experta en impermeabilización Alfonso Urquidi, lngeniero Químico egresado de la Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, es director de Ventas para Latinoamérica en Kryton International Inc., empresa especializada en el mercado de la impermeabilización por cristalización. Alfonso Urquidi cuenta con 30 años de experiencia en el universo de los polímeros, tanto en … Read More
DEVELOPMENT / CONSTRUCTION Grace Rosalin has joined the team at Kryton International Inc. as a research and development lab technician. Rosalin has 10 years of laboratory experience: her areas of responsibility include concrete testing and quality control.
Over the past ten years, sustainable construction practices and green building rating systems have become increasingly popular. Building owners and designers now insist that all facets of construction—including waterproofing—be as eco-friendly as possible. Fortunately, manufacturers have developed products to meet this demand. One type of waterproofing has proven particularly suitable for green building—crystalline waterproofing technology.
DEVELOPMENT / CONSTRUCTION Bernie Fairclough has joined Kryton International Inc. as operation manager, assuming oversight and responsibility for the manufacture and worldwide distribution of Kryton’s concrete waterproofing product line. Fairclough has a broad range of operations experience in the manufacturing segment, most recently with Custom Building Products.
To accommodate the transportation needs of Toronto’s growing population, the GO Transit authority (regional public transit service for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area) decided to raise Strachan Avenue by almost 6.5 feet. This would allow it to pass over the Go Train rail corridor, providing a smoother traffic flow. Simultaneously, the rail corridor would … Read More
With an increase in the residential building market forecasted for 2014, the demand for concrete across North America is expected to follow suit. Extensive evidence shows us that concrete structures around the world are not meeting their designed service life, due to rapid deterioration – all of which is caused by the transport of fluids … Read More