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Structural waterproofing, gas proofing solutions, damp proofing,

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Triton Dual Assist Control Panel

The Dual Assist Control Panel is provided with integral high level alarm and monitoring capabilities to monitor the number of activations and length of run times for each of the two main pumps. Both pumps and the high level alarm are operated by the control panel via float switches located in the sump.

The panel is designed to control two pumps with either a single float or dual floats. An optional high level alarm float may be installed, set above the highest pump float, to warn of excessive water level.

In operation the first pump will start as soon as its float is activated, while the second pump will only start once the separate alarm float is activated. The audible alarm and warning light will also be activated when the second pump starts and also if the current overload trip operates. The panel incorporates an exchange system that will alternate which of the two pumps works first.

Triton LPA / Primer

Triton LPA / Primer (Liquid Polymer Additive) is a ready to use emulsion.

Triton Pipe Strap

Strap for sealing pipes within the Watertight Concrete System.

Triton Radon Sump - Radon Gas Sump

A 600 x 600 mm diameter perforated sump liner for installation into the ground for collection of radon and other ground gases for evacuation by Triton TGGFs. The sump is quick and easy to install and connect to perforated under floor pipe work.

Triton Sealing Plug

22 mm plugs for sealing formwork spacers within the Watertight Concrete System.

Triton Sealing UFO

Hydrophilic ring which fits around formwork spacers within the Watertight Concrete System.

Triton TWS-Fastcoat

Single borne single component aromatic polyurethane waterproofing.

TT Admix - Waterproofing Admix for Concrete

A chemical treatment for waterproofing and protection of concrete. Supplied as a dry powder consisting of Portland cement, treated silica sand and various active proprietary chemicals. The active chemicals react with the moisture in the fresh concrete and the by-products of cement hydration causing a catalytic reaction that generates a non-soluble crystalline formation of dendritic fibres throughout the pores and capillary tracts of the concrete. Thus the concrete itself becomes sealed against penetration of water or liquid, protecting the concrete from the deterioration effect of harsh environmental conditions.

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