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System 500 damp-proofing from John Newton has been installed in the basement of a museum in London's Docklands to provide additional storage space for artefacts currently not display.

The basement was showing signs of water ingress through the floor and walls of the structure. System 500 is manufactured from special polymers and produced with an 8mm deep studded profile which, when installed, provides an air gap behind the membrane. This allows the original wall to be ventilated and create an adequate passage for the drainage of excess water.

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