Waste Water

  • Waste Water

It is generally accepted that waste water is often detrimentally changed. It comprises contaminated water, non-potable or rain water, residential, industrial and factory waste water, sewage, public fountain water, leaking pipes, and much more.

Any structure which is in contact with waste water will be subject to stresses such as:

  • continuously changing degree of contamination
  • environmental effects
  • fluctuating liquid level
  • formation of aggressive microclimates in sealed holding tanks.

Concrete is the major building material. Since it is frequently affected by the before mentioned stresses, protection is essential.

Recommended Systems

Vandex suggests the following products for use in this application area…

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