The Weproof structural waterproofing system is a seamless, crack-bridging and joint-bridging waterproofing system that is able to withstand mechanical stresses. It is abP-approved (approved by the construction supervision authority) and is adapted perfectly to each load case (load cases 4 to 7 as defined by DIN 18195). Consequently the system always offers the best possible solution, both in terms of technology and cost-effectiveness.
Applied in conjunction with heavy-duty and abrasion-resistant protective and wearing layers, it is suitable for all areas susceptible to cracking and subject to heavy vehicle and pedestrian traffic. The system's liquid application and high bonding strength on almost any substrate allow breakthroughs and upstands to be integrated securely and permanently. The surface design can feature any colour as well as patterns or markings. These properties make the system a cost-effective and high-quality solution, especially for refurbishment projects.
The Weproof structural waterproofing system is used for a wide range of structural waterproofing requirements. It is used most frequently for waterproofing multi-storey car parks, balconies and roof terraces. Approved by the construction supervision authority, it is admitted for use in load cases 4 to 7 as defined by DIN 18195 and securely bridges cracks that subsequently appear in the substrate.
Highly cost-effective due to adaptation of waterproofing system to individual load cases (4 to 7 as defined by DIN 18195)
Seamless, crack-bridging, with low-temperature flexibility
Suitable for heavy duty (vehicles, foot traffic)
Secure integration of penetrations and upstands
Fully bonded to the substrate, therefore no flow paths for water
Can be applied to almost any substrate
Permanently weather-resistant (resistant to high and low temperatures, UV rays, hydrolysis)
Resistant to most commonly used acids and alkali solutions
Unlimited design options (colour finish, tiled look, road markings etc.)
Easy and fast application
abP-approved (approved as structural waterproofing with liquid resins in accordance with building rules list A, part 2, ser. no. 1.12)