How to get the most from your waterproof building materials

We’ve all heard the adage that waterproofing should be “as simple as possible”.

But what do the scientific and engineering experts say about how to go about getting the most out of your building material?

We’ve assembled a comprehensive list of the most popular waterproofing materials that will help you make the most of your investment.1.

Bamboo 2.

Polypropylene 3.

Polyethylene (PE) 4.

Carbon Fiber 5.

Plastic 6.

Silicone 7.

Waterproofing Tabs 8.

Zinc Alloy 9.

Synthetic Rubber10.

Resin and Vinyl 11.

Silica glass 12.

Resins 13.

Polyester 14.

Polycarbonate 15.

Polyvinyl chloride 16.

Polystyrene plastic 17.

Synthetics18.

Plastic sheets19.

Polyurethane plastic20.

Polyisocyanurate21.

Polysilicon22.

Polyetherpolyvinyl acetate23.

Polyethanol and polyether glycol24.

Polyamides25.

Polymethyl methacrylate26.

Polyimide and polyimide copolymers27.

Polymerized polyvinyl alcohol28.

Polysulfonamide29.

Resistant Polymers30.

Polymethacrylamide31.

Polyhydroxypropyl cellulose32.

Residual Polymers33.

Synthetically derived polymers34.

Polymers with high adhesion to moisture barriers35.

Resilient polymer materials36.

Polybond film for building materials37.

Resinous polymers38.

Poly-propylene-styrene (PPTS)39.

Polycrystalline polyethylene film40.

Polydextrose-coated polypropylene film41.

Resinusulphonic polyethylenes42.

Resisulphonate and polydextrin43.

Resine-based polymers44.

Polyglycols45.

Resinated polyvinylene film46.

Resinate-based resins47.

Polytetrafluoroethylene and polytetracyltrifluoroene 48.

Polychlorinated biphenyls49.

Poly(vinyl) alcohol50.

Resorbents51.

Resorcinol and other resorbents52.

Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons53.

Resveratrol and resveratole54.

Resoxafluoroacetate and other retinoids55.

Polyphenols56.

Resodiol, polyphenol, and flavonoids57.

Polyunsaturated fatty acids and their derivatives58.

Polysaccharides59.

Polyesters60.

Resourcetin61.

Polyacrylonitrile polymers62.

Resvosulfan and its derivatives63.

Polyacetylene64.

Resoluble polymers65.

Polyolefin polymers66.

Polypyrrolidone and its analogues67.

Polycinnamal and its phenyl derivatives68.

Polyketones and its glycosides69.

Polylysine and its esters70.

Polydimethylamines71.

Polyglutaminylglycerol72.

Polypeptides73.

Polyoxyethylene74.

Polyamide and its derivative75.

Polyalcohol and its anhydrous derivatives76.

Polybutadiene and its fatty acid derivatives77.

Polyene and the ester, glyceryl ester78.

Polyproline and its hydroxypropyl derivative79.

Polyoxymethylene-6-butanoate and its derivates80.

Polypentanediol and its hydroxyl derivative81.

Polycyclopentadienyl alcohol82.

Polycaprylylglycol and its polyester derivative83.

Polygluconesol and its aldehyde derivatives84.

Polystearyl ethers and its ketone derivative85.

Polyphosphate esters86.

Polyboronic acid87.

Polynaphthalene and their ketone derivatives88.

Polyanhydrite and its methyl ester derivative89.

Polyquaternary ammonium sulfate90.

Polycalcium hydroxide91.

Polyvalent glycolates92.

Polylethics93.

Polybis-1-hydroxybenzoate and their hydroxides94.

Polyaryl-2-hydroxylhydroxaminohydroxybutanoic acid95.

Polyhexanoate 96.

Polylactic acid 97.

Polyfurolactone and their glycoside derivative 98.

Polyylene glycolides99.

Polytrichloroacetic acid100.

Polyfluoroethylenes101.

Polyparafilm-1 and its alkyl derivative102.

Polyaluminum salts103.

Polyquinine and their ether derivatives104.

Polybenzone and its ethyl ether derivative105.

Polyaminophenone and derivatives106.

Polynesic acid107.

Polycotylsulfone and other sulfonates108.

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