Journal of Commerce – March, 2005 The Journal is celebrating the achievements of women in the construction industry. The 13 women profiled, all took the path less travelled and all agree that the industry offers many opportunities for a satisfying career, whether it be as an architect, engineer, electrician or project manager. Through perseverance and … Read More
Arab Construction World – January/ February, 2005 Krystol Eliminated Waterproofing Worries in Concrete Construction Joints
Concrete Repair Bulletin – January/ February, 2005 Located in the East New York section of Brooklyn, the Russian Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity was built in 1935. Constructed in a traditional Byzantine style, the masonry structure features large, onion-shaped domes, semi-circular arches, and high arched windows.
Asian Water – Volume 20, No. 9 – November 2004 Used for more than 30 years worldwide, Integral Crystalline Waterproofing (ICW) is an innovative technology that uses a chemical reaction to turn concrete into a permanent waterproof barrier. Read on to find out how ICW offers a superior waterproofing and self-sealing properties.
Shotcrete – Fall 2004 When it comes to preventing water damage and preserving the integrity of concrete structures, waterprooing is essential. In the case of concrete tanks, however, effective, reliable waterproofing is especially critical.
Construction World -Volume 4, No. 6 – September 2004 Now, the unique waterproofing needs of concrete tanked structures are no longer a concern, thanks to Kryton.
Concrete Repair Bulletin – March/April 2004 There are many methods available to waterproof concrete. One approach gaining acceptance involves a unique crystalline technology. Integral Crystalline Waterproofing can provide a permanent, cost-effective alternative to conventional waterproofing methods.
Concrete Engineering International – Volume 8, No. 1 – Spring 2004 Chemical waterproofing has been used in Europe and North America for more than 50 years, despite this, it is still met with considerable scepticism. In fact many people have never even heard of this method of waterproofing concrete. Repeated and consistent success of chemical … Read More
Arab Construction World – January/ February, 2004 Concrete water works infrastructure such as water & wastewater treatment plants, potable water reservoirs and precast sewage and septic tanks are vulnerable to water damage as a result of high hydrostatic pressure, cracking and structural defects. If these challenges are not overcome, the structure will eventually deteriorate due … Read More
Concrete International Magazine – October, 2003 WATERPROOFING ADMIXTURE AID’S VANCOUVER’S TALLEST BUILDING The Shaw Tower,Vancouver, BC, Canada’s future tallest building, will feature Kryton International Inc.’s, waterproofing technology, Krystol Internal Membrane (KIM).