JUTA GP® RADON DPC has an embossed surface to create superior mortar adhesion which is essential when being used in 3+ storey applications. JUTA GP® Radon DPC is compliant to BS EN 14909:2012 and can be used in both vertical and horizontal applications.
Roll weights can be in excess of 5kg and hence appropriate care and equipment are required for unloading and handling.
Rolls of JUTA GP® RADON DPC 500 should be stored on stable/level ground and stacked no more than ten rolls high, with no other material stacked on top. The rolls can be stored outdoors when packaged but should be protected from exposure to UV. JUTA GP® RADON DPC is classified as non-hazardous and is chemically inert such that it will not react with any acid or alkali environment in which it is used.
JUTA GP® RADON DPC is an accessory product for use in combination with GP®1, GP®2, GP®H, GP®SAM, and GP®TITANTECH gas protective membranes. It is also compatible with a range of DPM and other DPC materials.
Take a look at the physical properties of our GP® Radon DPC. For full product information please see the datasheet linked below.
JUTA GP® RADON DPC 500 must be installed in accordance with the guidelines laid out in BS8215:1991, BS8000; part 3 and BS5628. It can be used in most common floor constructions and is installed in a similar manner to damp proof membrane. For external walls, the DPC should be applied 150mm above the adjoining surface and should be linked to a DPM or Gas Resistant DPM in solid floors. The DPC should be applied to a fresh bed of mortar, completely free of projections that may puncture the material or impede the DPC from lying flat.
Jointing and Sealing
Sheets of JUTA GP® RADON DPC 500 must be clean, dry, and free from dirt and grease before application of jointing tape. JUTA GP® RADON DPC 500 may also be heat welded to the underlying Gas resistant membrane.
Site Investigation Reports Monitoring Results. We review these reports and advise routes for compliance.
Full Ground Gas Protection System Design available.
Wide library of standard details with site specific details on request.
All our installers are certified NVQ Level 2 qualified installation contractors.
We ensure your project complies with the relevant building regulations.
Ground Gas Standards
There are many different standards and guidance documents that detail how to understand the risk of ground contamination, and design solutions to mitigate these risks. The different documents relate to different ground contamination. Below are some of the key documents to be aware of and refer to:
CIRIA C735:2014 – Good practice on testing and verification of protection systems to buildings from hazardous gases
Good practice on testing and verification of protection systems to buildings from hazardous gases
Check design and detailing is in accordance with site requirements
Checks the competency of the installer (NVQ LEVEL 2 minimum)
Test integrity of the membrane/barrier system
Written report on inspection/testing and sign-off
BS8102:2009 – Code of practice for protection of below ground structures against water from the ground
JUTA Solutions & Applications
Our gas protection membranes suit a variety of applications and situations, with our TITAN® range offering not only gas protection but also having superior waterproofing and invasive weed control qualities.
If you feel first class service, premium products direct from source, and bespoke solutions are right for you then don't hesitate to contact our team today on 01772 754177 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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