Repair & Remedial Waterproofing

Repair & Remedial Waterproofing

The signs of water damage are obvious, but remedial waterproofing is often needed to exact the location of leaks, identify the source of waterleakages and fix the problem using one or more waterproofing procedures. Cracks in the concrete allow water to penetrate and react with the steel, which is how the expansion starts resulting in giving way for water seepage. Remedial Waterproofing treatments are developed to stop the water leakage or seepage and prevent moisture getting through to the steel and causing further future damage.
ALCHIMICA provides remedial waterproofing treatment through Liquid Applied Membranes and Injection Resins

Liquid Applied Membranes

A single component, pure elastomeric hydrophobic polyurethane resin with special inorganic fillers. It has an excellent mechanical, chemical, thermal, UV and natural element resistance properties.


A single component, all weather rapid curing, polyurethane liquid membrane based on Humidity-Activated-Accelerator Technology. Best solution for application during winter and monsoons.
A Single component, fully aliphatic application which is humidity activated with maximum consumption without any bubbling or shrinkages, ideally suitable for heavy duty waterproofing applications in a single coat application.

Injection Resins


A single component polyurethane, hydrophobic injection resin, which reacts with water to produce a flexible grout suitable for waterproofing and sealing cracks and joints of concrete surfaces.


A single component polyurethane, moisture cured hydrophobic & heavy-duty grouting resin suitable for sealing cracks and joints of concrete surfaces, to accommodate minor seismic movements.


A two component, low viscosity epoxy resin containing 100% solids and therefore no shrinkage occurs after hardening. With reasonable pot life it builds excellent strength factors and highly effective for structural crack filling.


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