Moisture proofing agents are a type of building material used to protect structures from water damage. These agents are typically applied to the exterior of a building, such as walls, roofs, and foundations, to create a barrier that prevents water from entering the structure. Moisture proofing agents can also be used to protect interior surfaces, such as floors and ceilings, from water damage. The most common types of moisture proofing agents are sealants, coatings, and membranes. Sealants are applied to the surface of the building and form a waterproof barrier, while coatings are applied to the surface and create a waterproof film. Membranes are applied to the surface and form a waterproof barrier that is also breathable, allowing moisture to escape from the structure.
Some companies in the moisture proofing agent market include BASF, Dow, Sika, Pecora, and Tremco. Show Less Read more