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How to take care of aging concrete structures – what do the experts ...

Part 1: Professor Dr Mª Carmen Andrade, (Spain) The safety of structures, and the deterioration of the concrete from which they are made, are raising concerns in our ...
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Refurbishing aging dams for sustainable hydropower generation

Solutions and experiences from Master Builders Solutions   “…infrastructure cannot be taken for granted and the world needs to overcome the environmental damage faced by ...
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Refurbishment and protection of busy viaduct in the Czech Republic

Bridges, roads or viaducts are exposed to demanding conditions daily – heavy vehicles crossing the infrastructure bring the architecture to its limit of load-bearing ...
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7 key tips for durable waterproofing using liquid membranes

The versatility of liquid membranes allows their application for waterproofing of all types of structures, from roofs to cellars, including car parks, and from ...
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Watertight and water vapour permeable materials - Is that possible?

Permeability of waterproofing membranes to gases - Part 4
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In-ground tanks and cisterns

5 successful cases of negative-side waterproofing using MasterSeal P 770 and MasterSeal P 385 primers
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Methane and biogas containment

Permeability of waterproofing membranes - Part 2
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How to prevent Radon gas penetration in concrete structures

Permeability of waterproofing membranes to gases - Part 1 
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Waterproofing concrete - the simple way to reduce the environmental ...

“With the new target to cut EU greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030, we will lead the way to a cleaner planet and a green recovery.”
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4 + 1 cases where concrete structures need MasterSeal waterproofing ...

"Keeping concrete dry minimizes freezing-and-thawing damage, alkali-aggregate reaction, most types of sulphate attack, de-icer salt scaling, and carbonation.
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MasterSeal P 770: Xolutec® primer applied in various weather ...

“… what is essential is invisible to the eye.” Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
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