The benefits of using waterproof membrane construction:PE waterproofing membrane
What is PE?
PE (polyethylene) is a very common material in life and industry. Its finished products are odorless, non-toxic and tasteless, so it has a wide range of applications, including the bathing products bottles and cosmetics you can see in ordinary times. It can be seen in bottles and cans and pipes for different purposes.
Characteristics of PE
Because of its stable chemical properties, PE has excellent data on resistance to acid and alkali corrosion, high and low temperature, etc., and its characteristics such as anti-seepage, abrasion resistance, puncture resistance, weather resistance, environmental protection and non-toxicity have been used in the Taiwan market for many years. Therefore, it is quite popular in the market of waterproof materials in Taiwan. Because of its excellent stretching ability and elasticity, it is relatively easy to lay, and it is a material that is often recommended among waterproofing engineering companies.
Green waterproof membrane
In the process of making waterproof membranes, Singform constantly improves and advances. All products will go through strict quality control tests, just to provide customers with nearly perfect products. The raw materials of the waterproof membrane will also be carefully selected with high-quality environmentally friendly materials. In addition to providing excellent products to customers, it also contributes to the earth's environment.
Recommended application range of PE waterproof membrane
As anti-corrosion, anti-leakage and moisture-proof materials for pipelines, reservoirs, sewage tanks, building construction, underground structures, garbage dumps, etc.
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