Las Vegas, Nevada (January-20th, 2015)– Construction projects are being built at an ever increasing rate. To keep up, contractors are demanding ever increasing jobsite productivity and efficiency in the products and systems they employ. Contractors know that time is money and construction schedules have to be short and tight.
Kryton International Inc. has been a game-changer when it comes to shortening construction schedules. As the inventor and pioneer of the world’s first crystalline waterproofing admixture, Kryton has changed the way concrete structures are built today in every corner of the globe. Smart builders no longer spend time to install externally applied waterproofing membranes. These days they have the waterproofing delivered mixed right into the concrete.
Kryton offers a complete line of supporting products and today they announce two additions: Krytonite Swelling Waterstop for joints and Krystol Repair Grout for cracks. Kryton’s VP of Product Development, Kevin Yuers explains, “While Krytonite is for new construction and Krystol Repair Grout is for existing structures, both new products form systems that are faster and more efficient than ever before.”
Come find out how Kryton is able to continue leading the industry with innovative products and passionate people on Wednesday, February 4th, 2015 from 3-4 p.m. in Press Conference Room N251. Kryton will also be showcasing these two products, as well as our entire line of Krystol technology at booth S-10721 for the entirety of the exhibition.
About Kryton International Inc.
Kryton International Inc. is the inventor of the crystalline waterproofing admixture and has been waterproofing concrete structures with its proprietary Krystol technology since 1973. Kryton was a pioneer of the crystalline waterproofing and leads the industry today through its active involvement with the American Concrete Institute, International Concrete Repair Institute, American Shotcrete Association and many other thought-leading organizations. Kryton manufactures and exports its products to more than 50 countries globally.