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The utilisation requirements of modern buildings call for comprehensive concepts to ensure reliable waterproofing and trouble-free use of the buildings over the entire period of use. In addition to the primary sealing function of the waterproofing components, the position and design of the joints, penetrations and transitions must be considered separately. A coherent overall system must be designed and implemented in which all components are compatible with each other and support each other.
Special attention is given to the building envelope and the unpredictable occurrence of cracks. hydration shrinkage and any other given environmental factor. One possible approach is to use a sub-structure waterproofing system to deal with unpredictable cracks in a planned manner and thus protect the structure in the long term. Here, the entire building envelope in contact with the ground is lined with a pressurised water-tight membrane (sub-structure waterproofing membrane) that is bonded over the entire surface.