Dryseal uses the highest quality spray applied single membrane water barrier products on the market. From subterranean concrete slabs to metal roofs we have the solution you need to keep water out and your assets dry.

Sample Uses:

  • Pipelines: To prevent corrosion and leakage, ensuring the safe and efficient transport of liquids and gasses.
  • Industrial Tanks and Silos: Protects the stored materials and the structure from water damage and corrosion.
  • Manufacturing Plants: Waterproofing the floors and walls to prevent damage to machinery and equipment.
  • Chemical Storage Areas: To prevent spills and protect the surrounding environment.
  • Mining Operations: Protecting tunnels, shafts, and equipment from water infiltration and corrosion.
  • Electrical Substations: Preventing the infiltration of water to ensure safety and operational efficiency.
  • Dams and Reservoirs: Enhancing the integrity of structures exposed to constant water pressure.
  • Power Plants: Safeguarding critical areas from water intrusion to ensure uninterrupted power generation.
  • Waste Management Facilities: Preventing the seepage of contaminants into the ground and protecting structures from corrosion.

Each of these additional industrial use cases underscores the critical role that effective waterproofing plays in ensuring the safety, efficiency, and longevity of a wide array of specialized structures and facilities.
By preventing water ingress and associated damages, waterproofing solutions contribute to operational reliability and maintenance reduction in these demanding environments.

The recipe for a
Superior Water Proof System!

DrySeal Roof Restoration

Step 1: Replace Decking

The presence of rotted decking on a commercial roof can lead to structural issues and water leakage, creating potential hazards in the infrastructure of the building.

It is important for us to identify any areas throughout the entire roof that may have been compromised or exposed to moisture.

These areas are immediately mitigated and made structurally sound.

Step 2:  Reinforce Seams

The product, enhanced with fiberglass strands, hardens into a durable, minimal-elongation roofing and waterproofing patch.

It can be conveniently applied via a trowel, brush, or even by hand.

This makes it ideal for addressing high-movement areas like penetrations and joints.

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Step 3: Apply Primer

Begin by applying a high-quality, plasticizer-free, single-component, water-based acrylic primer using a spray brush or roller. This primer is designed to deliver exceptional adhesion and resist plasticizer migration, effectively preventing unsightly discoloration and premature failure of elastomeric coating systems due to PVC membrane interactions. This primer adheres excellently to most single-ply surfaces, including PVC, Hypalon, and aged TPO, providing an optimal surface for a seamless waterproofing membrane.

Step 4:  Apply Membrane

Start with the application of a water-based, medium viscosity, self-leveling liquid membrane which can be sprayed, brushed, or roll-applied up to 80 mils wet vertically.

This membrane is suitable for roofing, waterproofing, and air/vapor barrier applications, and works perfectly on materials like standing seam metal, aged SPF, wood, and concrete. In the preparatory phase, a reinforcement fabric is frequently embedded into the membrane during application to existing seams and joints, or to establish a fully reinforced membrane.

Dryseal Commercial Roofing