A rising damp treatment that is injected into brick and block walls to form a remedial damp proof course. A second generation damp proof cream is non-hazardous and needs to expensive DPC injection equipment. Simply inject the damp coursing cream directly into 12mm pre-drilled holes.
The 12mm holes should be drilled 90% though the wall at 100-120mm centres along a mortar bed joint. Inject enough cream to fill the hole to within 1cm of wall surface and leave it to diffuse through the wall, where it will cure to form an effective damp proof course. Disguise holes with sand and cement whist cream is in the hole or with mastic if filling after diffusion
Damp-Cure cream is formulated without thickening agents, using an emulsification process that delivers a 100% active damp coursing cream that is available at trade prices.
This rising damp treatment cream is packaged in a Damp Cure 3L bucket
Consumption rate – 115mm wall* 30m per pail
Consumption rate – 230mm wall* 15m per pail
*Approximation only – allows 5-10% wastage
Solid walls can be drilled and injected from the most convenient side. The inner and outer skins of a cavity wall should be treated independently of each other, drilling and injecting the both sides of the wall to form a chemical DPC in each. Renew damp plaster to complete the damp proofing treatment
To install this damp course treatment cream you will need a 12mm drill bit, pump-up pressure vessel and delivery nozzle assembly