Rising Damp Treatment Providers
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Please note that only companies listed in your state are approved applicators for Dryzone.
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Please contact the Dryzone Applicator from your state.
- South Australia
- New South Wales
- Western Australia
Fernihough T/A Brick and Mortar Restoration
Phone: 1800 667 827
Mobile: 0459 503 454
Brick and Mortar Restoration South West Pty Ltd
Mobile: 0455 881 223
Mobile: 0458 804 141
Mobile: 0428 888 779
- Northern Territory
Rendertech Solid Plastering
Mobile: 0415 076 031
- The DRYZONE Advantages
Effective, Fast, Non Toxic, Safe, Clean, and Best Value
Developed in the U.K. in 2000 DRYZONE is the result of an extensive in-house research and development programme. This involved the screening and testing of hundreds of potential formulations. These tests demonstrate that DRYZONE offers a higher degree of protection against rising damp than the chemical injection systems that it was designed to replace and is now the best selling system in the world.
Most walls requiring salt damp treatment have voids and /or fissures which provide the course of least resistance. Fluids will flow more readily through these voids minimising their effectiveness as even distribution of the coursing fluid is not assured. DRYZONE targeted treatment uses the same capillary action as the rising damp and diffuses evenly thus eliminating the uncertainty of un-even installation which comes with fluid solvent systems.
DRYZONE was designed with the environment in mind and its concentrated formulation, over 60% active ingredients, does not use a liquid chemical solvent as a carrier for those ingredients. The formulation is based on silicones derived from quartz, which are widely used to manufacture a wide variety of products from medical instruments to cosmetics and sealants.
This in turn is introduced into the wall via a water-based cream carrier that contains no hydro-carbon solvents and is non-caustic and non-flammable. People with allergies have no cause for concern when using DRYZONE.
DRYZONE contains 63% by weight active ingredients, compared to 15- 20% by weight active ingredients in competitive creams now being sold in Australia, giving superior results (click here for independent test report). DRYZONE can be applied up to three times faster which saves $$$$ on labour costs.
Traditional chemical injection systems, have (prior to the conception of creams) been carried out by introducing silicones into the wall via a paraffin based carrier which have recently proven to be dangerous with a house being demolished by an explosion in South Australia due to poor safety procedures by the installer. DRYZONE contains no volatile chemicals and is completely safe.
DRYZONE can be injected 2 – 3 times faster than ordinary liquid injection fluids. Treatment can therefore be completed earlier, minimising disruption to the householder, with no unsightly bottles protruding from the wall for a long period of time. Because of this, and the lack of any unpleasant smells, all rooms treated, including bedrooms, are habitable the same day.
DRYZONE is not injected under pressure. The risk of fluid leaking into neighbouring rooms or properties and causing damage is therefore eliminated. Being a water based cream which is injected by nozzle directly into pre drilled holes DRYZONE eliminates the risk of damage to carpets and floor covers caused by spillage common with liquid injection fluids which, if not pumped under high pressure, is gravity fed through protruding bottles which are prone to leak.
DRYZONE does not contain any hydrocarbon solvents, is non toxic and has no smell. You can use your room the same day as the application. Bedrooms can be slept in the same night without the risk of irritating smells. No other injection system will offer this. Anyone with asthma has no concerns.
Dryzone – Heritage Case Studies
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