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Being one of the most important products in waterproofing concrete, Kryton's unique line of products will help you to have the most effective and sustainable results in your use. All what we care about in final is the satisfaction of our clients, this is why we will always be engaged in the assure and to verify that our products will meet or even exceed the international standards.
The products provided by CWP can contribute to achieving valuable
points for your structure.
(Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification measures a building's impact on the environment. It is one of the most widely used project rating systems for new construction and major renovation. The program is regulated by the US Green Building Council. Our products can reduce waste and site disturbance, and most importantly the products do not contains volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and being safe for use with portable water Here are just a few tips that our products can contribute in providing
points for our stakeholders as follows: Materials & Resources MR Credit 2.1: Construction Waste Management (1 point) While membrane coated concrete goes straight to the landfill, KIM concrete can be recycled post demolition, eliminating waste. Indoor Environmental Quality EQ Credit 4.2 Low-Emitting Materials: Paints & Coatings (1 point) Our products contains no volatile organic compounds, and does not affect air quality. Sustainable Site SS Credit 5.1 Site Development: Protect or Restore Habitat (2 points) Our products can help reduce site disturbance. Less excavation is required because Krystol Internal Membrane (KIM) waterproofing admixture is added directly to the concrete mix. No need to excavate to accommodate space for workers applying physical membranes. SS Credit 7.2: Heat Island Effect: Roof (1 point) CWP can waterproof roofing, adding to a building's green roof. Innovation and Design Process ID Credit 1.1-1.4 Innovation in Design (1 point) KIM and Krystol concrete waterproofing products contribute to the overall durability and life expectancy of a building by stopping corrosion, increasing freeze/thaw durability, and protecting against chemical attack, carbonation and other detrimental effects