How We Can

Detect Water Leaks.

We have many ways to detect leaks.

Waterproofing testing is an important part of every solution, and not just at the final stage of your project.

At Danrae Group, our team uses a variety of testing methods for our strata, commercial, civil and government clients. 

This blog provides some insight into the different types of options possible. 

Testing Methods

Waterproofing testing is particularly important at both the first and last stages of any waterproofing project. We use it for leak detection, to ensure we can correctly identify the source of water ingress and all issues including concrete spalling and cancer.

We use a broad scope of equipment and multiple testing methods during diagnostic, including traditional water testing, Electric Field Vector Mapping (EFVM) and InfraRed Detection via either on-ground personnel or airborne drones. Effective leak detection is essential for a tailored solution design. After installation and full remediation, we conduct further testing to ensure the waterproofing installation is watertight – and meets all applicable industry standards.

The Infrared system enables 

Danrae to be very productive.

We use a broad scope of equipment and multiple testing methods during diagnostic, including traditional water testing, Electric Field Vector Mapping (EFVM) and InfraRed Detection via either on-ground personnel or airborne drones. Effective leak detection is essential for a tailored solution design. After installation and full remediation, we conduct further testing to ensure the waterproofing installation is watertight – and meets all applicable industry standards.

Drone Usage

Drones can be used to inspect rooftops and facades visually, and we can get up close and reduce the time taken to identify a leak.

We also use other methods such as;

Electronic leak detection – a non-destructive testing method using an electric circuit to detect minute voids and holes not readily visible.

Moisture testing – can involve destructive or non-destructive samples to measure moisture content and relative humidity in substrates.

Thickness testing – a non-destructive test using an ultrasonic thickness gauge to confirm installed membrane thickness meets required performance specifications.

You Can Trust Danrae.

At Danrae Group, we provide end-to-end project management and comprehensive leak detection, solution design, waterproofing and remediation from our skilled in-house team of waterproofing contractors and trades professionals.

Our team tailors every solution design to the type and location of the property, we triple test every waterproofing installation, and we provide a full waterproofing guarantee. We also offer preventative maintenance plans to preserve your waterproofing solution and the integrity and value of your property.

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