Appearance: Cardboard tube
1 metre long stiff paper tube, supplied with 6 plastic closure caps, specific for water repellent resin injections for the construction of slow radial diffusion chemical barriers at the base of the walls, against capillary rising damp, in the brick, tufas, stone, and mixed masonry of various thickness.
Shelf-life: 6 months
Lenght: 100 cm
Creation of chemical barriers, even with the "diy" system, using the slow diffusion method.
Draw a line parallel to the outside kerb or to the internal floor, at about 10-15 cm from the same. Prepare drilling points at 12 cm distance from one another on the line. The inclination of the holes should be about 20° down. The depth of the holes should be approximately 4/5 the thickness of the wall to inject. The tip of the drill should be slightly greater than 30 mm. Once the holes are finished, the dust produced by drilling is required to be eliminated.
Apply the appropriate plastic plug provided on one of the two ends of BARRIER TUBE D26. Insert it into the holes perforated for the entire depth of the hole. Cut off the excess part of the tube that protrudes from the stonework with a pair of scissors or a utility knife. Close the tube with the other plastic plug provided. Drill the cap and insert the clear rubber tube connected to BARRIER BAG. Fill the hole and the entrance of the tube with lime based mortar to prevent the escape of the water repellent resin.
- Mixed walls (bricks and stones)
- Stone walls