AAA WaterProofing

Guniting

This system consists of nailing weld mesh reinforcement on to the wall and spraying a mortar on to the same at a low water cement ratio and high pressure wherein the constituents of the mortar meet all together at the nozzle itself. This is still widely used in basements and even in roofs etc. though the use in basements is more common.

EXTREMELY SUCCESSFUL FOR STOPPING LEAKAGES
• Guniting is extremely successful in not letting water come inside underground structures like basements.

EXCELLENT FOR CONCRETE REHABILITATION
• It is impossible to avoid guniting wherever repair work has to be done. Due to the pressure with which it is applied the repair mortar tends to bond with the surface better than ordinary mortar and also since it has the correct water cement ratio tends to be stronger.


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