Concrete Technology Today – Vol 7 – No 1 2008 Kryton’s new concrete waterproofing technology, Integral Crystalline Waterproofing (ICW) has been used at Republic Polytechnic’s Woodlands Campus in Singapore.
Construction World – February 2008 Skyline Contractors Pvt Ltd was able to cut down on costs and save 8-10 weeks of construction time on a five-star hotel in Gurgaon using Integral Crystalline Waterproofing technology.
Arab Construction World – January 2008 In order to prevent water damage and preserve the integrity of concrete structures, it is essential to use a proven waterproofing system for your foundation to avoid costly problems in the years to come.
Construction World – January 2008 The Municipal Corporation of Delhi choose Integral Crystalline Waterproofing to completely block leakage of water at its sewerage pumping station on a riverbank. ICW provides long-term protection, says Leo Connell.
Waterproof! Magazine – Winter 2008 Over the past three decades, an innovative technology known as Integral Crystalline Waterproofing (ICW) has been changing the way concrete structures are waterproofed and repaired worldwide.
Waterproof! Magazine – Winter 2008 Every building needs a solid foundation. Depending on the size of the building and the soils at the site, some of those foundations extend more than 30 feet below ground level.
Concrete International – January 2008 Kryton International Inc.
Concrete Surface – Winter 2007 A waterproofing treatment was the answer for a large reservoir project Managers required a timely and cost-effective solution for waterproofing the reservoir slab at the Lacombe Park Reservoir in St. Albert, Alberta.
Construction World – December, 2007 Leo Connell on waterproofing for the Al Mashfa Hospital by the Red Sea. The Al Mashfa Group, a respected medical company in the Middle East, built a 10-storey full-service private hospital in Jeddah, just 1 km from the shore of the Red Sea.
The Vancouver Specifier – December 2007 How An Innovative Crystalline Waterproofing Product Solved YVR Aquarium’s Toughest Challenges