The Krystol Assurance Program is a 10-year performance warranty that guarantees Krystol treated areas of your concrete structure will remain watertight*.
Projects with the Krystol Assurance Program benefit from:
Your organization’s reputation and profitability depends on building sustainable, durable concrete structures that will stand the test of time.
Waterproofing is complicated. To be successful, you need experts on-site with you to ensure the system is installed in compliance with the manufacturer’s instructions. You need enhanced quality assurance and project support that is easy to manage, affordable and available for the long-term. And standing behind it, a company that delivers a superior level of service. Kryton is the inventor of the world’s first crystalline waterproofing admixture. Let our experience guarantee your success!
When constructing the 700 West 8th building, the owner, Westbank Corp., faced two main challenges: their building would be in a tight location and it would be in the path of continuous run-off. They needed concrete waterproofing that wouldn’t take up space and could reliably block the oncoming water. That’s why they chose Kryton’s Krystol Internal Membrane™ (KIM®) with the added reassurance from KAP. That allowed them to confidently waterproof the project’s below grade concrete on time under a fast-paced schedule.
The City of Toronto planned to waterproof a 500-meter (1,641-foot) sewage tunnel and its ventilation shafts, and they wanted to ensure it would remain watertight. KAP made that possible. With KAP, they were guaranteed that the tunnel would remain leak-free for at least five years after completion. They also had access to expert help with applying KIM and the Krystol® Waterstop System, ensuring that the concrete of the tunnel and any joints it and its ventilation shafts had would be safe from water ingress.
To accommodate the increase in passengers at the Vancouver International Airport (YVR), the Vancouver Airport Authority decided to expand the terminal. Being close to sea level, it would need significant waterproofing protection. So the airport authority went with KIM and the Krystol Waterstop System and added KAP. That made their work a success as they had a thorough design review, on-site training and inspections, and a 10-year material and labor warranty for support.