Waterproofing Membranes for Flat Roof
Case Study: AGL Power Station Concrete Flat Roof
- Findlay Evans Waterproofing was contracted to apply and install the concrete rooftop waterproof membrane for an environmentally sensitive power station in Melbourne.
- AGL Mt Bogong Power Station, the largest hydroelectric asset built on mainland Australia for more than 25 years, is located in the upper catchment of the Kiewa valley.
- This is an extremely environmentally sensitive location and presented many challenges.
- To reduce the impact on the surrounding area, the final power station structure is almost entirely buried and re-vegetated.
- The waterproofing s product and method had to conform to these requirements.
- F.E.W Waterproofing are proud to be the specialist waterproofing contractor on Award Winning project at AGL Power Station.
Commercial Roof Waterproofing Repairs
Spray Applied Liquid Waterproofing Membranes
- Findlay-Evans Waterproofing provided a seamless monolithic waterproof membrane which is ideal for roof applications. Our system is fast to apply and meets all the requirements of health, safety and environmental issues.
- It is up to 750% elastic to expand and contract with the roof surface.
- Liquid Rubber can be used in many waterproofing applications and its low cost and versatility has made it one of the most sought after materials in the roofing industry.
- Suited to almost all common types of industrial roofing; including corrugated fibre, aluminum, steel, concrete, timber, asbestos, bitumen and can also be applied over failed sheet membrane systems.
- Applied directly with no priming, offers a 100% waterproofing formula and outstanding adhesion.