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Bonded Tape Sealing Solution for Plastic Membrane Transitions

The waterproofing of road or rail tunnels generally consists of waterproof concrete and/or concrete construction with a plastic waterproofing membrane. A change of the type of waterproofing within a structure is often necessary, for example at the junction of cross passages with membrane waterproofing to segment lining tubes. Technical and operating rooms are often housed in such cross passages, which is why the German rail tunnel guidelines of DB requires the waterproofing class “completely dry” for cross passages according to DB guideline 853, Modul 4101 “Waterproofing and drainage”....

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