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About Water Isolation
1What is water Isolation?Water Isolation is applied against adverse effects of water and moisture on materials like wood, metal to prevent damage of water to parts of a building in order to ensure a healthy and comfortable environment.
2What are the benefits of Isolation?Water penetrating to buildings causes corrosion of iron in the structure of the carrier parts of buildings and leads to reduce in capacity. Water causes concrete to rot and crack. Water Isolation application ensures the safety of the building and prevents formation of mold and bacteria and dripping water from our roofs or ceilings and provides a healthy and comfortable environment.
3Where is water Isolation applied?Water Isolation is applied on points where water may penetrate in buildings. These are; walls in contact with the ground, foundations and floors based on ground, exterior walls outside the structure below the level where water may penetrate, balconies, terraces and sloping roofs and wet areas such as baths, wash basin, WC. Another application area of water Isolation is structures such as artificial ponds, water tank and pools where we want water to remain inside.
4How is water Isolation applied?Water Isolation is applied by application of waterproof material to basic structures like foundation and roof where water may permeate. In applications; polymer bitumen sheeting, synthetic blankets and Isolation materials are used. The water that cannot penetrate the building with Isolation applications is removed from the building through filters and storm water drainage (evacuation) and pipes.
5Where to apply for water Isolation?To learn about water Isolation you can send an email to the address firstname.lastname@example.org and İzopak will contact you when you decide to make Isolation. Upon examination of the building free of charge proposal prepared for the cost of application.