DRYflex Resin Foam and elastic
When the resin is injected it has the same viscosity of water: it therefore fills cracks, joints, cavities, gravel pockets and concrete voids.
In just a short time, the elastic resin catalyses and expands, sealing the crack through pressure. If there is any movement in the crack, the resin expands further, thereby making the waterproofing secure.
This reactive and reversible swelling effect remains constant and allows the resin to adjust to any movements in the crack, ensuring the waterproofing remains effective over time.
Photo: the DRYflex resin fills the small cracks, following the length of the wall, and the gravel pockets.