Comfort Property Management
|Areas Repaired||Wall / Ceiling Patching and Waterproofing, Crack Injection|
|Repair Types||Polyforce Plus Patching with Basalt and Concrete, Fiberglass Coating, Polyforce Plus Crack Injection|
|Issues||Active leaks, Concrete Delamination, Concrete Cracks|
Royal Orchard - Underground Parking, apartment building, Toronto.
The repair of Expansion Joints was done from a negative side by injection of PolyFlex.
The old Expansion Joints were removed and the Joint surfaces were cleaned.
A flexible Polyforce strip of fiberglass with injection nozzles was installed on the ceiling. PolyFlex was injected into the joint.
PolyFlex is completely liquid when applied, which makes it ideal for this type of application. PolyFlex's increased adhesion to concrete with ability to stretch to 200% of its applied volume provides a sustainable and long lasting results. PolyFlex is ideal for Expansion Joint repair and waterproofing.
In accordance with third-party testing, the repaired surfaces are rated to the following:
- Application of PolyFlex from the negative side reduces cost by 90% when compared to the traditional method of repair
- 10 years of useful life
- 0% water permeation
- PolyFlex is able to expand and compress 200%
- 200% expansion and compression does not affect adhesion or tensile strength of PolyFlex