Delta Ground Gas Barrier System

Delta Membrane Systems Limited has launched a new range of Gas Membranes.  The MemTech Gas Protection range are BBA Approved and work in compliance with Building Standards (BS8485:2015, BRE 211.2015, CIRIA 665, CIRIA 735, CIRIA 748 and NHBC Standards) suitable for the protection against dangerous gases and chemicals when building on Brownfield and contaminated sites.

The MemTech Gas Membranes work in harmony with Delta’s waterproofing/damp proofing membranes offering complete reassurance.

MemTech M1 is a flexible, loose laid proprietary gas barrier for use on sites with Radon (RN), Carbon Dioxide (Co2) and Methane (CH4) ground gas.

MemTech R1 is a flexible, loose laid proprietary gas barrier for use on sites with Radon (RN) ground gas.

MemTech LGB (Liquid Gas Barrier) is a ready for use specialist styrene butadiene latex based liquid applied gas membrane.  It offers a simple, continuous passive gas prevention barrier against the ingress of Methane, Carbon Dioxide, Radon, Ground Gas, VOC, air & Moisture into buildings

MemTech Void Vent provides a means of ventilation when used in conjunction with an approved Gas Protection Barrier. Void Vent 25 is independently tested and verified by UKAS accredited bodies.

MemTech Titan is a multi-layer flexible polyethylene membrane (a Gas and Hydrocarbon Barrier), with a unique core component which is designed and manufactured to provide a barrier to the most aggressive chemicals and to comply with current guidance on Hydrocarbons.  Titan is specifically designed and manufactured to perform as a Methane, Carbon Dioxide, Radon, Ground Gas, VOC, air & Moisture and Hydrocarbon protection system. Titan is available in three formats – loose laid sheet, Pre applied (Titan Tank) and post applied (Titan Bond) waterproofing/VOC barrier conforming to the requirements of both BS 8102 (2009) & BS 8485:2015.

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