EconStrata 2012 Awards Product Innovation Award to Newton Hydrobond
12/03/2012

EconStra 2012, Europe’s largest Trade Fair for Civil Engineering and Structural Repair, presented a Gold excellence award for the Newton Hydrobond by John Newton & Company.

Online PR News – 03-December-2012 – London – EconStra 2012, Europe’s largest Trade Fair for Civil Engineering and Structural Repair, presented a Gold excellence award for the Newton Hydrobond by John Newton & Company. Award nominees are judged by industry professionals who look at a range of features and benefits including sustainability.

The Newton Hydrobond is also being featured at the 2013 Concrete Show in February 2013. This waterproofing solution is definitely gaining recognition for its unique and wide scale features and benefits.

About the Newton Hydrobond 403

The Newton Hydrobond is an externally applied waterproofing membrane. It has become recognised as an extremely high-performing composite sheet membrane. Hydrobond 403’s design of locking fleece to one side and polymer hydrophilic coating on the other has gotten great reviews by contractors who consistently report that it is a highly effective waterproofing solution that is simple to apply.

Product features include a hydrophilic coating, which, when it comes into contact with water, expands by an estimated 150% and seals small punctures or holes that could occur during fixing of reinforcing steel or during the pouring and compaction of the concrete. This product can be used with domestic basements and in large scale civil engineering projects, too.

Read More and Download Newton 403 Datasheet [http://newton-membranes.co.uk/external-waterproofing/newton-403-hydrobond/] or read a case study at http://newton-membranes.co.uk/category/case-studies-list/?cs_type=0&cs_problem_treated=0&cs_products_used=Newton+403+HydroBond.

About John Newton & Company

John Newton & Company leads the market for damp proofing and structural waterproofing solutions. The company, established in 1848, was built in West London and remains there to this day. Evolving from a beginning in plasterers’ hair, the organization now provides air gap technology, structural waterproofing products, and more. Learn more at http://newton-membranes.co.uk.