Triton Tri Gel
After injection, Tri-Gel reacts to form a water repellent silicone resin network within the capillaries of the substrate.
This network is permeable to water vapour which means that the walls can breathe and dry out naturally. The formulation is not reliant on alkalinity for effective curing. Tri-Gel can be used effectively to treat brick, stone and other substrates.
Tri-Gel DPC is an aqueous gel of potassium methyl silicon ate, used to form a barrier against rising damp in a wall where there is no dpc, or where the existing dpc has failed.
Tri-Gel DPC is available in cartridges for use with an applicator gun, or tubs for use with a compression pump.
The installation process comprises the delivery of a set amount of Tri-Gel DPC into a series of holes drilled into the mortar course, and the subsequent replastering of the walls.
TRI-GEL is formulated in a special way to produce a Thixotropic gel. This gel consistency allows placement in horizontally drilled holes without dripping or the use of pressure.
Traditional pressure injection can be slow and awkward, Triton TRI-GEL is quick and easy to apply which means improved work rates and faster job turn-around.