Heavy duty damp proofing membrane with air gap and mesh face. Ideal wall lining following DPC injection. Enables the direct application of wall plaster on damp walls within the drying out period. 3 sizes.
Mesh membrane kit in 3 sizes with everything needed for waterproofing wall surfaces. These waterproof tanking membranes include a mesh face for direct application of plaster or dabs for plasterboard.
A cost effective polypropylene tanking membrane with 2mm studs formed on one face of the product and a mesh welded to the other side. Available at a special trade price in a 1m x 20m or 2m x 20m roll
A universal damp treatment kit for treating damp walls above ground level. This 3 in 1 damp treatment system will stop rising-damp block penetrating damp and combat condensation. Options for 5m and 10m of wall.
Domestic grade damp-proof course in a twin pack for use in buildings up to 15m high. Twistfix supplies this imperious DPC barrier in widths of 100mm and 150mm; each roll being 30m long.
Damp Proof Membrane - Barriers that Keep Moisture Out
Damp proof membrane is a flat polythene sheet and it serves as a physical damp proofing course that is incorporated into a structure to stop rising damp in walls and floors. Profiled cavity drain membranes have an ‘egg-box-like’ shape to form a continuous air gap or drainage channel; they are often used to control dampness in existing buildings.
Twistfix Damp Proof Membranes feature:
Isolate plastered and decorated finishes from damp walls and salt contaminated masonry
Are robust, durable with a life expectancy greater than 50 years
Are quick and easy to fit
Have an optional mesh face that provides a key for plasterboard adhesive or cement render
Are available with; stand-off' stud sizes ranging from 2mm to 8mm
Air-gap membranes are particularly useful in projects that require waterproofing of cellar walls and floors, protecting wall sufaces against lateral damp penetration and allowing the immediate reinstatement of plastered finishes following treatment of rising damp problems.
Fix Mesh- faced Damp Proof Membrane Systems in 4 Easy Steps
Unroll membrane and spread tightly along the wall, bending it around corners where necessary
Drill 8mm anchorage holes through the membrane and into the wall
Secure the membrane to the wall by knocking plastic fixing plugs into the holes
Tape membrane edges and finish with dot and dab plasterboard, tiling or render
For help and advice on damp treatment products, proof membrane systems and physical DPC's simply call our office and speak to one of our technical sales team.