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Construction projects are being built at an ever-increasing rate. To keep up, contractors are demanding higher job site productivity levels and efficiency in the products and systems they employ. Contractors know that time is money and construction schedules have to be short and tight.

This is why we at Kryton have streamlined our Leak Repair system by improving our Krystol T1 waterproofing treatment that brings the system to another level of leak repair effectiveness, allowing a faster application with an even more reliable solution that can be implemented in an easier four-step process.

Steps are as follows:

KCR_diagram_simplifiedStep 1: Clean and prepare the crack and joint

Step 2: Stop water with Krystol Plug

Step 3: Install Krystol Repair Grout

Step 4: Finish with ONE LAYER of Krystol T1 coating

Just one layer of our upgraded Krystol T1 crystalline waterproofing slurry is enough to transform concrete into a permanent waterproofing barrier. Krystol T1 chemically reacts with water and un-hydrated cement particles to form insoluble needle-shaped crystals that fill capillary pores and micro-cracks in the concrete and block the pathways for water. Any moisture introduced over the lifespan of the concrete will initiate crystallization. Krystol T1 reliably self-seals cracks up to 0.02 inches / 0.5 mm and is effective against up to 460 ft / 140 m of head pressure.

Have a look at our instructional videos below.

Step 1 – 4: Stopping active leaks

Step 5: Waterproofing permanently with Krystol T1 surface-applied slurry

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