Triton’s “new generation” DPC formula is a ready to use, water based and water soluble thixotropic gel which diffuses naturally into damp substrates. After injection, Tri-Gel reacts to form a water repellent silicone resin network within the capillaries of the substrate. This network is permeable to water vapour which means that the walls can “breathe” and dry out naturally. The formulation is not reliant on alkalinity for effective curing. Tri-Gel can be used effectively to treat brick, stone and other substrates.
A unique silicone emulsion cream for injection into brickwork etc. for the control of rising dampness. Tri-Cream can be used in all types of masonry without the use of high pressure equipment. The cream is delivered by hand pressure from a simple displacement pump and injector lance into a series of holes drilled into the mortar course.
A unique, high performance DPC concentrate, formulated to produce a rapid injection, dilution stable water based DPC fluid.
Triject Rapid can be injected into the mortar joints or masonry units (brick, block or stone) to form a continuous barrier to the passage of moisture rising from the ground. After injection, Triject Rapid reacts with carbon dioxide to form a water repellent silicone resin network within the capillaries of the substrate.
Triject 3 can be injected into pre-drilled holes formed either in the bricks or the mortar joints to form a continuous barrier against water rising from the ground. Within the walls, Triject 3 reacts with carbon dioxide to form a permanent water repellent coating within the capillaries of the masonry.
Triton Injection Mortar (TIM) is a one-component injection mortar designed to prevent rising damp in walls. TIM is activated by a chemical reaction beween moisture in the structure and waterproofing chemicals in the mortar, which form a crystalline growth that blocks the pores, capillaries and fine cracks in the structure.
Trimotic is a chemical-free damp proofing system that utilises the principle of Electro-Osmosis. This occurs when an electric potential is applied across a damp porous material which causes a force to be exerted on the water which then moves towards the cathode (earth). The system involves inserting platinum coated titanium wire anodes into the wall at regular intervals.
Ancillaries for damp proofing includes polymer emulsion based primers and additives for cement renders and mortars, a pre-packed Fillet Seal mortar, salt neutraliser and fixings and tape seals for PB2 Mesh.