Written by: Kryton Marketing
“Get underground! – There’s a tornado coming!” This recommendation seems logical, but what if there is no “underground” to access?...Read More
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The Universidad de San Carlos (USAC) in Guatemala was founded January 31, 1676 by Royal order of Carlos II. It...Read More
In 1980, Kryton invented the first crystalline concrete waterproofing admixture, calling it Krystol Internal Membrane (KIM). The initial discovery was...Read More
Kryton’s Krystol Mortar Admixture (KMA) transforms rendering mortars, usually applied to exterior building surfaces as finishes, into waterproof protection. Raymond...Read More
A long-term corrosion study was conducted by Joshua Ropert, MS and Ian N. Robertson. Ph.D., S.E., Professor from the University...Read More