Type A waterproofing, the PCA guide

Type A waterproofing guide

The following document outlines the recommendations for effective type A waterproofing.

Compiled by the PCA, it contains contributions from waterproofing experts throughout the industry, our own Ian MacLennan is acknowledged for his contribution towards the guide.

“This document has been produced to provide guidance on the design, adoption and use of Type-A waterproofing in below ground structures. Type-A protection is defined by BS8102:2009 (Code of practice for protection of below ground structures against water from the ground) as ‘barrier protection’. This is where a material is put in place that offers a barrier to the passage of water with the aim of keeping the target environment within a prescribed level of ‘dryness’. Although generally referred to when looking at designing basement waterproofing, Type-A systems can be utilised for a number of different applications…” ( Click here to read more: PCA Type A Guidance )

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If you would like to know more, Ian MacLennan offers a free 1 hour CPD seminar on waterproofing, completely catered to your needs (details of which can be found here).

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