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  • INTRODUCTION OF CENTRALTECHNICAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT
  • CSTD CONSISTS OF Technical head Specification Manager HO (Supporting All India Basis) Training Manager- HO (Supporting All India Basis) Technical Executives Supporting In Respective Regions 2Wednesday, December 14, 2011
  • CTSD RESPONISBILITIES1. New Product Development2. Deriving advanced application methods3. Designing CAD and 3 D drawings4. Designing technical bulletin, manual and write ups5. Competitor comparisons during tenders6. Evaluating building standards for our products7. Designing training presentations8. Supporting technical executives9. Value engineered speciation development10. Case studies11. Complaint handling
  • SPECIFICATION MANAGER 1. After taking all the details of the identified project which may be conceptual design stage or ongoing: a. Understanding the requirements of the project b. Providing a proper recommendation to the sales team after discussions with architects/consultants etc2. Initiation of project ground work a. Studying the site drawings b. Designing specification on the project specifically for various areas depending on the clients requirements3. Presenting Technical document a. Proposal of ARDEX Endura technical services including features and benefits, system specification, treatment methodology and Auto CAD drawings, 3D illustration if required. b. Preparing detailed estimate of the proposed areas c. Preparing Bill of Quantities
  • TRAINING MANAGER1. Designing training calendar.2. Providing training to all in house team including technical executives, Applicators, clients including hands on3. Training on basics of building technologies (civil engineering)4. Creating modules to make site mock ups, site trials, on site training to workmen.5. Responsible for centralized training centre/academy6. Designing samples of system recommendations
  • TECHNICAL EXECUTIVES1. Product presentation/Comparison/Mock up a. Highlighting the product features and characteristics in comparison with the other proposed competitor products and systems b. Executing live mock up on site to show product performance c. Mock up management.2. Quality assurance and Quality check a. Regular site visits to ensure the applicator s adherence to the specifications b. Imparting site training and instructions to the applicators3. Certification of executions a. Making the final site visit after completion of job and certifying the job (Based on the requirements in consultation with sales team)
  • WATERPROOFING Waterproofing portfolio Surface preparations Critical areas of waterproofing System recommendations
  • Waterproofing portfolio We have various waterproofing systems to suite different areas of building Wet areas Under tile Liquid applied membranes Under tile Sheet applied waterproofing membranes Roof areas Roof protected Roof exposed Roof landscaped Basement Liquid applied membranes Positive side Sheet applied membranes Positive side
  • Waterproofing portfolio We have various waterproofing systems to suite different areas of building Swimming pool areas Critical pools Sheet applied membranes Liquid applied membranes Water containment structures Under tile liquid applied membranes Epoxy potable systems Expansion joint areas
  • Surface PreparationSurface Preparation for Waterproofing Surface must be structurally sound Cracking or movement of the substrate after a membrane has been installed is likely to cause the membrane to fracture. Treat cracks and movement joints Cracks, construction joints, expansion joints and other mobile joints should be treated in accordance with the membrane manufacturers recommendations. Clean and free from any contaminant materials A membranes bond will fail at its weakest point so if applied over dust, loose materials or poorly bonded contaminants it will fail prematurely. Repair any holes/voids in the substrate A uniform thickness membrane is very difficult to achieve over holes/voids. Remove any protrusions and sharp edges A uniform thickness membrane is very difficult to achieve over protrusions or sharp edges.
  • Surface PreparationSurface Preparation for Waterproofing Concrete should be aged for 28 days and screeds should be aged for 7 days Cementitious surfaces can develop plastic shrinkage cracks during initial curing which must be totally formed before the membrane is applied. Time must also be allowed for the development of efflorescence which must be removed before the membrane application. Ensure substrate is dry (5% moisture or less) High substrate moisture content will form blisters in the membrane during curing. Seal wet or freshly laid concrete with ARDEX WPM 300 Allow to cure overnight. Provides a concrete curing membrane and barrier coat.
  • Surface PreparationPriming for WaterproofingPorous surfaces are primed to consolidate residual dust and reduce the porosity of the substrate to avoid excessively fast interface drying and blistering of the membrane Wet or fresh concrete, PVC and metal are primed to provide a barrier between the substrate and the membrane All cementitious substrates should be primed with ARDEX WPM 265 Water Based Primer at a rate of 6m2/L Highly porous substrates may require 2 coats PVC should be primed with pink plumbers primer Metal surfaces should be primed with a two pack epoxy zinc phosphate primer If moisture content is too high or concrete is freshly laid, use ARDEX WPM 300 water based epoxy as a barrier coating Allow primer to dry prior to waterproofing
  • CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFINGOther than the main treatments of waterproofing the following are the most criticalareas which needs to be addressed before the main waterproofing treatment Cracks & Construction Joints Rain Outlets / Bore Packing Dissimilar Construction Joints / Corner treatment Surface Moisture Corners Protection of Waterproofing Treatment Wednesday, December 14, 2011 13
  • CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Cracks & Construction JointsSurface cracksSurface Crack Wednesday, December 14, 2011 14
  • CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Cracks & Construction Joints Crack Chasing Surface crack Crack Chasing Wednesday, December 14, 2011 15
  • CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Cracks & Construction Joints Crack filling with sealant Surface crack Crack chasing Crack filling with sealant Wednesday, December 14, 2011 16
  • CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Cracks & Construction Joints Priming with WPM 300 Surface crack Crack chasing Crack filling with sealant Priming with WPM 300 Wednesday, December 14, 2011 17
  • CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Cracks & Construction Joints 1st Coat of WPM 002 Surface cracks Crack chasing Crack filling with sealant Priming with WPM 300 1st Coat of WPM 002 Wednesday, December 14, 2011 18
  • CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Cracks & Construction Joints Reinforcement cloth Surface cracks Crack chasing Crack filling with sealant Priming with WPM 300 1st Coat of WPM 002 Reinforcement cloth Wednesday, December 14, 2011 19
  • CRITICAL AREAS OF WATERPROOFING Cracks & Construction Joints 2nd coat of WPM 002 Surface crack Crack chasing Crack filling with sealant Priming with WPM 300 1st Coat of WPM 002 Reinforcement cloth 2nd coat of WPM 002 Wednesday, December 14, 2011