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In honor of the back to school season, we here at Kryton wanted to share some education of our own with our readers! As you know may know, integral crystalline waterproofing is considered a new technology in the construction industry, even though we developed the first Krystol product more than forty years ago.

With that in mind, we’ve launched our new continuing education course on integral crystalline waterproofing that provides credits for architects registered with the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System. The course is free, available 24/7 online and earns 1 LU (Learning Unit) upon completion. Click here to visit in our on website.

It gives a great overview of the technology in context to existing waterproofing solutions and is supplemented with great visuals, animation, real life case studies in addition to research and data.

 The course will cover 4 learning objectives:

  • How and why concrete cracks and leaks
  • Common methods of waterproofing and how these fail
  • Integral waterproofing and the science behind it
  • Case Studies where crystalline technology solves waterproofing issues

 

 New features that it introduces include:

  • Voice recording
  • Animation demonstrating the technology
  • Easy to navigate slides and outline
  • Test results and data
  • Case studies
  • Quiz

This is a great opportunity for architects, engineers and construction industry professionals to expand their horizons and hit the books! If you consider yourself an ‘intergral crystalline technologist’ and feel that you have a good understand, test your knowledge with the quiz at the end of the course.

If you are interested in learning more about integral crystalline waterproofing but prefer a video format, watch Kryton’s video on Krystol technology below!

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