DCF (Damp Course Fluid) is a silane/siloxane-based impregnant specifically formulated to permeate into wet walls, resulting in a dampcourse that’s fluid bonded. Once impregnated into a course of brickwork, DCF reacts with the minerals present to form a durable polysiloxane damp course which permanently stops rising damp.
Tech-Dry DCF was developed and tested at the Victoria University of Technology Building Protection Science Unit. It has been used in over 30,000 successful damp course installations Australia-wide, both in domestic and commercial properties as well as some important heritage buildings since 1982. DCF is used to install a durable polymer damp course into brickwork or other masonry walls to permanently stop rising damp.
For more information on how to install the Damp Course Fluid, click here.
We also offer a DIY Applicator Kit for easy use.
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